Ducati Cruiser (1952-54)

The Ducati Cruiser motorcycle was produced from 1952 to 1954, and featured a four stroke, single cylinder, OHV, pushrod engine with a capacity of 175 cc. It had a compression ratio of 7.5:1 and was cooled by air. The bike was equipped with a Dell’Orto carburetor and a 12V, 45W generator for ignition. The Ducati Cruiser had an electric starting mechanism and was capable of producing 5.6 kW or 7.5 hp at 5600 rpm. It had an automatic transmission with hydraulic torque converter and a shaft final drive. The frame was made of pressed steel, with front suspension consisting of a single hydraulic shock absorber and rear suspension being a swingarm with rubber inserts for damping. The front and rear wheels both had a size of 2.45 x 10, with Pirelli tires. The bike had drum brakes on the front and rear and weighed in at 175 kg or 386 lbs. The top speed of the Ducati Cruiser was 80 km/h or 50 mph.

Technische Daten:

Make Model: Ducati Cruiser

Year: 1952 – 54

Motor: Viertakt, Einzylinder, OHV, Schubstange
Capacity: 175 cc / 10.7 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 62 x 58 mm
Verdichtungsverhältnis: 7,5:1
Kühlsystem: Luftgekühlt
Induction: Dell’Orto carburetor
Ignition: 12V, 45W generator
Anfahren: Elektrisch
Max Power: 5.6kW / 7.5 hp @ 5600 rpm
Transmission: Automatic with hydraulic torque converter
Endantrieb: Welle
Rahmen: Gepresster Stahl
Front Suspension: Single hydraulic shock absorber
Rear Suspension: Swingarm with rubber inserts for damping
Front Wheel: 2.45 x 10, Pirelli

Rear Wheel: 2.45 x 10, Pirelli
Vordere Bremsen: Trommel
Hintere Bremsen: Trommel
Trockengewicht: 175 kg / 386 lbs
Top Speed: 80 km/h / 50 mph

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