From 0 to 100 km / h in 4 seconds
From 0 to 100 km / h in 4 seconds
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It may be a little more than four seconds, or it may be a little less than 100 km / h, but what we cannot deny is the acceleration capacity of this invention with a Kreidler motor. If we look at the data available in the video, it reaches 106 km / h, which is not bad at all because we are talking about a 50 cc Kreidler engine that gained up to 90 cc in 2006.

The technical data tells that the chassis was manufactured in 2004, based on a Dutch racing design from 1967. As we have already said the engine cubes 90 cc, it is powered by a carburetor 30mm Koso diameter diffuser and uses a rotary valve for intake. The cylinder could still be squeezed a little more, because they say it has not been touched up and uses only two charge transfers. What is improved is the ignition that allows several power curves and the use of a quick shift (semi-automatic without cutting the gas) and the cylinder head and exhaust designed by FTT. The final power is about 30 hp at 14,000 rpm with conventional 98 octane gasoline.

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