Honda Zoomer

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Zoomer
Honda Ruckus
ManufacturerHonda
Also calledRuckus
Production2002-
Types of motorcycleMotor scooter
Engine49 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Top speedAuto km/h (2006)
Power (physics)Convert/kW @ 8000 rpm
Torque4.5 N·m (3 lb·ft) @ 7200 rpm
Transmission (mechanics)Automatic
BrakesFront and rear drum
Wheelbase1265 mm (49.8 in)
Weight82 kg (181 lb)
Fuel capacity5 L (Convert/impgal usgal)

The Zoomer is a Motorscooter developed by Honda and introduced in America in late 2002 (2003 model year); in Canada and the USA the model name for the same design is Ruckus. The Zoomer/Ruckus differs from more traditional scooters because of its rugged design including tires that are thicker and have deep treads, and a skeleton frame that intentionally lacks an enclosed storage compartment.

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Model: Zoomer(NPS50)
Engine type: 49 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Carburetion: 18 mm CV with automatic choke
Ignition: CD
Transmission: Automatic V-Matic belt drive
Front suspension: Twin-downtube fork; 55 mm (2.16 in) travel
Rear suspension: Single shock; 65 mm (2.55 in) travel
Front brakes: Drum
Rear brakes: Drum
Front tires: 120/90-10
Rear tires: 130/90-10
Wheelbase: 1265 mm (49.8 in)
Seat height: 740 mm (29.1 in)
Dry weight: 82 kg (181 lb.)
Fuel capacity: 5 L (1.32 gallons)
Fuel economy: 2.75 L/100 km - 2.25 L/100 km (85-105 mpg)
Top speed: 70 km/h (43 mph) (2006-up) or 60 km/h (37 mph) (2003-2005)
Power: 3.65 kW (4.9 hp) at 8000 rpm (2003-2005)
Torque: 4.5 N·m (3.31 ft·lb) at 7200 rpm (2003-2005)
Redline: 8850 rpm (2006) or 8000 rpm (2003-2005)[1]

Colors

2003 models: Red or Black
2004 models: Yellow, Black, or Camo (brown camouflage)
2005 models: Black or Silver Camo (gray camouflage)
2006 models: White, Yellow, Red or Silver Camo (gray camouflage)
2007 models: Black or Silver Camo (gray camouflage)
2008 models: Black or Metallic Silver (gunmetal)
2009 models: Matte Gray Metallic or Red

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