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Hyosung GT 250 FI

 

 

 

 

Make Model

Hyosung GT 250 FI

Year

2010

Engine

Four stroke, 75° V twin, DOHC, 4 per valve cylinder.

Capacity

248
Bore x Stroke 57 x 48.8 mm
Cooling System Oil / Air
Engine Oil Semi-Synthetic, 10W/40
Compression Ratio 11.0:1

Induction

Fuel Injection

Ignition 

Digital CDI
Spark Plug NGK, CR8E
Starting Electric

Max Power

30 hp /  22.4 kW @ 10500 rpm

Max Torque

20.6 Nm / 2.1 kgf-m@ 7300 rpm
Clutch Wet Multi-Plate

Transmission 

5 Speed 
Final Drive Chain
Frame Perimeter Double Cradle

Front Suspension

41mm Oil upside down forks, 120mm wheel travel

Rear Suspension

Swinging arm, 100mm wheel travel.

Front Brakes

Single 300mm disc

Rear Brakes

Single 230mm disc

Front Tyre

110/70 -17

Rear Tyre

150/70 -17
Dimensions Length 2280 mm
Width 760 mm
Height 1120 mm
Wheelbase 1455 mm
Seat Height 780 mm

Dry Weight

150 kg

Fuel Capacity 

17 Litres

The best lightweight standard on the market just got better! For 2010 the GT250 now features electronic fuel injection, revised riding position through new handlebars and seat design, sleeker tail section, revised pillion seat, and revised tail light assembly.

Features and Benefits:

75° v-twin engine that delivers low and mid-range torque and makes this a very spirited 250 as well as being smooth.

Fuel Injection

Improved geometry improving the handling and stability

Upgraded tail section with a slimmer look

Easily removable rear fender

Clear tail light lens with LEDs

Improved seat

Lower and wider handlebars

Aluminum exhaust canister and stainless 2 into 1 exhaust for maximum power and torque.

Large underseat storage for convenience.

Features 43mm inverted forks and single disc brake