Ducati 125 Scrambler (1962-63)

The Ducati 125 Scrambler is a motorcycle produced from 1962 to 1963. It has a four-stroke, single-cylinder, OHC engine with a capacity of 125cc and a compression ratio of 8.0:1. The bike is air-cooled with an induction of 22mm Dell’Orto carburetor and a magnetic flywheel ignition. The maximum power output is 7.3 kW or 10 hp at 7000 rpm. The bike has a wet, multi-disc clutch and a 4-speed transmission with final drive provided by a chain. The frame is a single cradle, tubular steel design with hydraulically damped telescopic fork front suspension and dual plunger shocks rear suspension. The front and rear brakes are drum, with 158mm and 136mm drums respectively. The Ducati 125 Scrambler is a classic motorcycle with a distinctive design, and it remains popular amongst collectors and enthusiasts today.

Technische Daten:

Make Model: Ducati 125 Scrambler

Jahr: 1962 - 63

Motor: Viertakt, Einzylinder, OHC
Hubraum: 125 cm³ / 7,6 cu in
Bohrung x Hub: 55,2 x 52 mm
Verdichtungsverhältnis: 8,0:1
Kühlsystem: Luftgekühlt
Induction: 22 mm Dell’Orto carburetor
Ignition: Magnetic flywheel
Start: Kick
Max Power: 7.3 kW / 10 hp @ 7000 rpm
Kupplung: Nass, Mehrscheiben
Getriebe: 4 Gang
Endantrieb: Kette
Frame: Single cradle, tubular steel
Front Suspension: Hydraulically damped telescopic fork
Rear Suspension: Dual plunger shocks

Front Brakes: 158 Drum
Rear Brakes: 136 Drum

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