Makina Reviews the Raider 150 Carb vs FI

The Suzuki Raider Shoot-out. Carb vs. FI

Carb vs FI. There can only be 1 King.Suzuki Raider FI SpecsMAX POWER 13.6Kw /10,000rpmMAX TORQUE 13.8Nm/ 8,500rpmENGINE TYPE 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-ValveBORE X STROKE 62.0mm x 48.8mmENGINE DISPLACEMENT 147.3ccCOMPRESSION RATIO 11.5:1FUEL SYSTEM Fuel InjectionCOOLING SYSTEM Liquid CooledLUBRICATION Wet SumpSTARTING Electric / KickIGNITION SYSTEM DC-CDI (Digital)TRANSMISSION TYPE 6-speedCLUTCH TYPE (PRIMARY) Hydraulic with Multi LayerChassis SpecificationsSUSPENSION (FRONT) Telescopic, coil spring, oil dampedSUSPENSION (REAR) Swingarm; Mono ShockTIRE SIZE (FRONT) 70/90 – 17 38PTIRE SIZE (REAR) 80/90 – 17 50PBRAKES (FRONT) DiscBRAKES (REAR) DiscFUEL TANK CAPACITY 4LOVERALL LENGTH 1,960mmOVERALL WIDTH 675mmOVERALL HEIGHT 1.280mmWHEELBASE 1,280mmGROUND / ROAD CLEARANCE 150mmCURB MASS 109kgSEAT HEIGHT 765mmDRY WEIGHT 109kg

Posted by Makina on Tuesday, 21 November 2017


Carb vs FI. There can only be 1 King!

Thanks sir Zack of Makina for the Review Video and Photo! Chow!

Suzuki Raider FI Specs
MAX POWER 13.6Kw /10,000rpm
MAX TORQUE 13.8Nm/ 8,500rpm
ENGINE TYPE 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-Valve
BORE X STROKE 62.0mm x 48.8mm
ENGINE DISPLACEMENT 147.3cc
COMPRESSION RATIO 11.5:1
FUEL SYSTEM Fuel Injection
COOLING SYSTEM Liquid Cooled
LUBRICATION Wet Sump
STARTING Electric / Kick
IGNITION SYSTEM DC-CDI (Digital)
TRANSMISSION TYPE 6-speed
CLUTCH TYPE (PRIMARY) Hydraulic with Multi Layer
Chassis Specifications
SUSPENSION (FRONT) Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
SUSPENSION (REAR) Swingarm; Mono Shock
TIRE SIZE (FRONT) 70/90 – 17 38P
TIRE SIZE (REAR) 80/90 – 17 50P
BRAKES (FRONT) Disc
BRAKES (REAR) Disc
FUEL TANK CAPACITY 4L
OVERALL LENGTH 1,960mm
OVERALL WIDTH 675mm
OVERALL HEIGHT 1.280mm
WHEELBASE 1,280mm
GROUND / ROAD CLEARANCE 150mm
CURB MASS 109kg
SEAT HEIGHT 765mm
DRY WEIGHT 109kg

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2 Comments on “Makina Reviews the Raider 150 Carb vs FI”

  1. How much is the cost if the fi will be damaged?Can we purchase fi right away?Is it available to the market?Hoping for your timely reply.

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