Gilera KK 125 (1990)

The Gilera KK 125 was a motorcycle produced in 1990. It had a two-stroke, single-cylinder, reed valve engine with a capacity of 124 cc and a compression ratio of 13.0:1. This liquid-cooled bike had a maximum power of 29.3 hp at 9900 rpm and maximum torque of 18 Nm at 10250 rpm. It used a 28mm Dell’Orto carburetor and had CDI ignition. The bike had an electric start, a multi-disc oil bath clutch, and a six-speed transmission with a chain final drive. The frame was a diagonal double cradle tubular steel with traditional 36mm fork front suspension and hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in spring preload Court Cosso rear suspension. The front and rear brakes were both single 240mm discs. The maximum speed of the bike was 154.2 km/h or 95 mph, and it had a fuel consumption average of 20 km/lit. The wet weight of the bike was 136 kg or 300 lbs. It had a 60-0/100-0 braking distance of 13.7 m/42.5 m and a standing 1/4 mile time of 15.8 sec/132.8 km/h.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Gilera KK 125

Year: 1990 –

Engine: Two stroke, single cylinder, reed valve
Capacity: 124 cc / 7.6 cu-in
Bore x Stroke: 56 x 50.5 mm
Cooling System: Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio: 13.0:1
Induction: 28mm Dell’Orto carburetor
Ignition: CDI
Starting: Electric
Max Power: 29.3 hp / 21.8 kW @ 9900 rpm
Max Torque: 18 Nm / 13.2 lb-ft @ 10250 rpm
Clutch: Multi-disc oil bath
Transmission: 6 Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Frame: Diagonal double cradle tubular steel
Front Suspension: Fork traditional 36mm. Antidive adjustable

Rear Suspension: Hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in spring preload Court Cosso
Front Brakes: Single 240mm disc
Rear Brakes: Single 240mm disc
Front Tyre: 100/80-16
Rear Tyre: 120/80-16
Wet-Weight: 136 kg / 300 lbs
Fuel Capacity:
Consumption Average: 20 km/lit
Braking 60 – 0 / 100 – 0: 13.7 m / 42.5 m
Standing 1/4 Mile: 15.8 sec / 132.8 km/h
Top Speed: 154.2 km/h / 95 mph

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