Monday, August 9, 2010
Yamaha X-Max 125 2010
The recent presentation of the renewed X-Max 250 brought with it also update the model to 125 cc, a perfect medium for the city and secure because it originated as a 250 and then oversized performance of cycling and brakes.
Compared with the former X -Max 125 news are really many, and certainly not just from the aesthetic point of view. Wind protection and look to improve through a more sleek and sporty line, new light clusters split and the middle part inspired by the style of the T-Max 500. Among the most important is certainly the plexiglass motorcycle design, now part of the body no longer in front and block with the steering, front fender and more efficient in convogliora fresh air to the radiator for cooling.
Also redesigned the riding position more comfortable and yet more effective thanks to the weight distribution that imposes a larger mass on the front, to improve handling in curves and stability. It also improves the life on board for the presence of spacious storage compartments in the leg shield, in addition to the panel by some 47 liters.
The engine is a single-cylinder 4-stroke 124.66 cc distribution with 4-valve, liquid-cooled power with electronic fuel injection, capable of some 14.5 horsepower at about 8750 rpm. E ‘inserted in the steel frame of the characteristics of rigidity and improved through the new Kayaba suspension ensures driving pleasure and good absorption of road bumps, also thanks to wheels 15 inch front and 14 inches at the rear.
Comfort and steering precision also contribute to the tires in sizes 120/70 and 140/70, while the braking relies on 267 mm front discs and 240 mm rear. The easy to maneuver, even for novices, is provided by the seat post only 775 mm from the ground, and the dry weight of about 160 kg.