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Offline Firstforward

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Engine Output 2021
« on: Nov 19, 2020, 07:46 PM »
Anybody know why the BHP and Torque are down on the 2021 model years, is is to attain the latest Euro?

Maximum power
    49 kW {66 PS} / 8,500 rpm

Limited power version
    35.0 kW {48 PS} / 7,900 min

Power down kit 35 kW
    Available

CO2 emission
    107 g/km

Maximum torque
    61 Nm {6.2 kgfm} / 7,000 rpm

Offline TowerMan

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Re: Engine Output 2021
« Reply #1 on: Nov 19, 2020, 10:51 PM »
*Originally Posted by Firstforward [+]
Anybody know why the BHP and Torque are down on the 2021 model years, is is to attain the latest Euro?

Maximum power
    49 kW {66 PS} / 8,500 rpm

Limited power version
    35.0 kW {48 PS} / 7,900 min

Power down kit 35 kW
    Available

CO2 emission
    107 g/km

Maximum torque
    61 Nm {6.2 kgfm} / 7,000 rpm

If you are talking about the 35kW version - This is the restricted power output so that an A2 licenced rider can legally use this bike on the road  :031:

If not yes the peak power is down to enable it to meet the latest Euro 5 emission laws
Richard    :001: