The Adler Favorit was a motorcycle produced from 1957-60. It had a 2 stroke, 2 cylinder engine with a capacity of 247cc and a maximum power of 11.8 kW/16 hp at 5600rpm. The bike had a multi plate, wet clutch and a 4 speed gearbox. The frame was a double cradle steel frame and the front suspension was a cartridge while the rear suspension was plunger shock absorbers that were adjustable for load and road conditions. The bike also had drum brakes, 180mm in diameter, and a fully enclosed chain for final drive. The Adler Favorit had a chrome twin exhaust system, a single Bing carburetor, and a magneto ignition. The bike had a maximum speed of 120km/h and its fuel was a petrol oil mix with a ratio of 25:1. The bike had front and rear tyres of 3.25 x 16 in. and 3.50 x 16 in. respectively. The bike had a compression ratio of 1:6.6 and a kick start mechanism with a 6V battery and 6Ah power output. Overall, the Adler Favorit was a reliable motorcycle, known for its stylish design and comfortable ride.
Make Model: Adler Favorit
Year: 1957 – 60
Engine: 2 cylinder, 2 stroke, inline
Hubraum: 247 ccm / 15,1 cub in.
Bohrung x Hub: 54 x 54 mm
Lubrication: Petrol oil mix 25:1
Clutch: Multi plate, wet, cable operated
Battery: 6V, 6Ah
Carburetor: Single Bing carburetor
Exhaust System: Twin, steel, chrome
Max Power: 11.8 kW / 16 hp @ 5600rpm
Compression Ratio: 1: 6.6
Transmission: 4 Speed gearbox housed in engine block, foot gearchange
Final Drive: Chain, fully enclosed
Rahmen: Doppelter Wiege-Stahlrahmen
Front suspension: Cartridge
Rear suspension: Plunger shock absorbers, adjustable for load and road conditions
Front Tyres: 3.25 x 16 in.
Rear Tyres: 3.50 x 16 in.
Brakes (front and back): Drum, 180 mm diameter
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