Honda Super Cub 50 Specifications, Review, Top Speed, Picture, Engine, Parts & History

Honda Super Cub 50 Specifications, Review, Top Speed, Picture, Engine, Parts & History

Honda Super Cub 50 Review

Honda Super Cub 50 Model is a Scooter Motorcycle Manufactured by Honda. This Motorcycle Has Been Exported Since the Year 1958 through Present. This Motorcycle Has an engine of Four-stroke, Air-cooled, Single cylinder, 50cc engine. The Motorcycle Engine is capable of giving around Maximum Power of 10000 rpm & Maximum Torque of 4500 rpm. Honda Super Cub 50 Has been Added 4.8 Horsepower. This Motorcycle is used on a Wet, Semi-Automatic. The 3-speed manual transmission has been added to the Motorcycle. Honda Super Cub 50 is available in White, Black, Green, Yellow, Blue, Red ETC Colors.

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    Kick & Electric Start services added This Motorcycle. Honda Super Cub 50 is capable of reaching a maximum Top speed of 69 kmph. The motorcycle can reach 60 (approx) kilometers per liter. Honda Super Cub 50 Motorcycle Made by Pressed Steel Type Frame. Its tire sizes are 2.25 x 17 on the front and 2.25 x 17 on the rear. Drum Brake System services Have added to Both Sides As for stopping power, the Honda Super Cub 50 braking system includes an Expanding brake Drum at the front and an Expanding brake Drum at the rear. 
    Honda Super Cub 50 Bikes is a Legendary Bike in The Whole World. It was First Released in 1959. The Honda Super Cub Has Sold Over 100 million units worldwide So Far. There is very few Motorcycle Rider in the world who don't know This bike. 

    Honda Super Cub 50 Key Features

    1. ENGINE Displacement 50cc
    2. MAXIMUM POWER 10000 Rpm
    3. MAXIMUM TORQUE 4500 Rpm
    4. TOP SPEED 69 Kmph
    5. MILEAGE PER LITER 60 Kmpl

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    Honda Super Cub 50 Technical Specs

    More Specification
    Bike Brand Honda
    Model Name SUPER CUB 50 (C50)
    Year 1966 - 1980
    Bike Type Scooter
    Brand Origin Japan
    Engine Type 50cc, Four-stroke, Single-Cylinder, OHC
    Displacement (cc) 49.5cc
    Maximum Power 4.8 hp @ 10000 rpm
    Maximum Power 2.41 lb-ft (3.2 Nm) @ 4,500 rpm
    Stroke 4 Stroke
    Starting Electric and kick
    Bore & Stroke 37 x 41.4 mm
    Compression Ratio 8.8:1
    Cooling System Air
    Ignition Magneto
    Brakes Drum
    Front Brake Expanding drum, 110 mm
    Rear Brake Expanding drum, 110 mm
    Wheels and Tyres
    Front Tyre Size 2.25 x 17
    Rear Tyre Size 2.25 x 17
    Dimension and Weight
    Overall height 1,050 mm
    Overall length 1,915 mm
    Overall width 700 mm
    Weight 69 kg
    Wheelbase 1,215 mm
    Seat Height 1,215 mm
    Ground Clearance 135 mm
    Milege and Performance
    Top Speed 43 mph (Est.) (69 kmph)
    Fuel Capacity 3.4 liters
    Autolube oil capacity
    Mileage 60 kmpl
    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Supply Carburetor
    Features Value and Safety
    Speedometer Analog
    Techometer Analog
    Tripmeter Analog
    Electricals and Transmission
    Battery YUASA 6N4A-4D
    Head Light Yes
    Tail Light Yes
    Gear 3
    Clutch Wet, Semi-Automatic
    Final Drive Chain
    Spark Plug NGK Spark Plug CR7HS
    Chassis and Suspension
    Frame Type Pressed Steel
    Front Suspension Leading link
    Rear Suspension Swing arm
    More Specification
    Bike Colours White, Black, Green, Yellow, Blue, Red Etc
    No. of Cylinders 1

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