AJP PR4 240 Enduro (Pro), Supermoto, Extreme

   

Make Model.

AJP PR4 240 Enduro (Pro), Supermoto, Extreme

Year

2014

Engine

Single cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve

Capacity

233 cc / 14.2 cub in
Bore x Stroke 69 x 62.5 mm
Cooling System Air/oil cooled
Engine Oil NI i-Ride SAE 20WW-50 API SF or SG
Oil Capacity 1.1 L / 2.3 US pints
Exhaust 1-into-1

Induction

PZ 30 mm carburetor
Spark Plug LG D8TC (Champion A8YC or NGK DR8ES)
Battery YTX5L-BS, 12V, 4Ah
Starting Electric + kick

Max Power

14.7 kW / 19.7 hp @ 8000 rpm

Max Torque

18 Nm / 1.8 kgf-m / 13.3 ft lbs @ 7000 rpm

Transmission 

5 Speed
Final Drive Chain
Frame Aluminium double beam and double steel cradle

Front Suspension

Enduro / Enduro Pro / Supermoto: Marzocchi 40 mm, multi-adjustable

Extreme: Marzocchi USD 48 mm, multi-adjustable

Front Wheel Travel Enduro Enduro Pro / Supermoto: 260 mm / 10.2 in

Extreme: 300 mm / 11.8 in

Rear Suspension

ZF Sachs – Progressive System with reservoir, multi adjustable
Rear Wheel Travel 300 mm / 11.8 in

Front Brakes

Disc, 260mm, double piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Disc, 220mm, single piston caliper
Wheels Steel with wire spokes

Front Tyre

Enduro / Enduro Pro: 90/90 – 21

Supermoto: 100/80-17

Rear Tyre

Enduro / Enduro Pro: 120/90 – 18

Supermoto: 130/70-17

Wheelbase 1394 mm / 54.9 in
Ground Clearance 330 mm / 13 in
Seat Height 919 mm / 36.2 in

Dry Weight

103.9 kg / 229 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

6.8 L / 1.8 US gal
Tank Range 145 km / 90 miles

The AJP PR4 240 Enduro Pro - The ultimate do-it-all off-road bike. 

This motorcycle has it all: a class-leading low seat height, fully adjustable Marzocchi forks and Sachs shock, bullet-proof 240 size engine with factory oil cooler, electric and kick start, hybrid Aluminum/Steel frame, 520 o-ring chain, full enduro lighting, hand-guards, and extended coverage skid-plate.  All these high-end components are mounted to a chassis graced with the shortest wheelbase by far of any full-size enduro bike. 

To round-out the packaging – we’ve made the fuel cell opaque to better see the actual fuel level, then moved that cell from its traditional location up high and forward to a lower, more mass centralizing place directly under the rider’s seat.  This move has also enabled us to create a riding compartment with the most narrow seat/tank/shroud junction this side of a Trials bike!  

Nimble, Narrow, and Low – that’s the easiest way to get thru the toughest trails.