1998 Italjet Formula 125 Technical Specifications

Posted on January 15th, 2010 by by Shenron
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In 1998 Italjet created the Formula 125, which is a Twin 124.00 ccm (7,53 cubic inches) beautiful motorcycle that we will now get to know better by examining its characteristics in further detail.

Over the next few lines Motorbike Specifications will provide you with a complete list of the available Italjet Formula 125 technical specifications, such as engine type, horsepower, torque, top speed, compression rates, tyre dimensions and many others, so here it goes:

Italjet Formula 125 Technical Specifications

  • Brand: Italjet
  • Model: Formula 125
  • Production Year: 1998
  • Category (Type of Bike): Scooter
  • Engine Size: 124.00 ccm (7,53 cubic inches)
  • Engine Type: Twin
  • Engine Horsepower: 15.00 HP (10.9 kW
  • Compression Rates: N/A
  • Stroke: 2
  • Torque: N/A
  • Starter Type: Electric
  • Top Speed: N/A
  • Transmission Type: N/A
  • Gearbox Type: N/A
  • Fuel Capacity: N/A
  • Fuel Control: N/A
  • Number of Valves: N/A
  • Cooling System Type: N/A
  • Weight: 100.0 kg (219,40 pounds)
  • Length: N/A
  • Front Brakes Type: Single disc
  • Rear Brakes Type: Single disc
  • Front Tyre Dimensions: N/A
  • Rear Tyre Dimensions: N/A

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