Hyosung GT 250R

 

 

 

Make Model

Hyosung GT 250R

Year

2007 - 09

Engine

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

Capacity

248 cc / 15.2 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 57 x 48.8 mm
Cooling System Oil / Air
Engine Oil Semi-Synthetic, 10W/40
Compression Ratio 11.0:1

Induction

2x 26mm Mikuni  carburetors

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
Front Wheel Travel 120 mm / 4.7 in

Rear Suspension

Swinging arm
Rear Wheel Travel 100 mm / 3.9 in

Front Brakes

Single 300mm disc

Rear Brakes

Single 230mm disc

Front Tyre

110/70 -17

Rear Tyre

150/70 -17
Dimensions Length 2060 mm / 81.1 in
Width 
655 mm / 25.7 in
Height 1135 mm / 44.6 in
Wheelbase 1435 mm / 56.4 in
Seat Height 780 mm / 30.7 in

Dry Weight

168 kb / 370.8 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

17 Litres / 4.4 US gal

Turn bad roads into good ones with our top-selling 250cc road bike. Silky, responsive and agreeable on the wallet, the GT250R is wrapped in a stunningly gorgeous fairing combined with racy
clip-on handlebars.

The chassis is a dual lateral bar frame designed to reduce weight and lower the center of gravity. The GT250R shares the distinct styling of the GT650R featuring a 2 stage projection beam for greater visibility and VFD ("Vacuum Fluorescent Display" commonly used in luxury automobiles for the digital displays).

The 2 Stage Projection Beam Head Lamp is not only functional for great visibility but is also distinctive in styling and make the GT250R Highly Recongnizable.

The GT250R comes stock with a 249 cc V-twin engine.[4] The Hyosung V-twin engine was designed in Hamamatsu Japan by a design team consisting of engineers who have previously worked in the research and development teams of Suzuki. Technical features include roller bearing camshafts, two-piece spring dampened bevel silent primary drive gears, dual squish combustion chambers. It utilizes a DOHC eight-valve engine configuration. Twin downdraft Mikuni carburetors were standard until 2010, when fuel injection became available.[3] Cycle World tested the GT250R's acceleration at 0 to 97 km/h (0 to 60 mph) in 7.6 seconds and 0.0 to 0.4 km (0 to 1⁄4 mi) in 16.06 seconds at 128.89 km/h (80.09 mph).

The GT250R's recorded fuel consumption is 3.4 L/100 km (83 mpg‑imp; 69 mpg‑US) in comparison to 4.59 L/100 km (61.5 mpg‑imp; 51.2 mpg‑US) recorded on the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. This allows the GT250R 500 km (310 mi) range from its 17 l (3.7 imp gal; 4.5 US gal) fuel tank.[3] Motorcyclist and Cycle World recorded 3.8 L/100 km; 74 mpg‑imp (62 mpg‑US).

Suspension and handling

Non-adjustable 41 mm inverted forks are combined with a twin-spar steel frame to provide improved handling. Stock suspension setting is firm, providing stability through corners.[citation needed] Although commonly found only in larger sized sport bikes, the Hyosung GT250R comes standard with a 300 mm front disc setup using twin-piston calipers. Rear brakes is a single 230 mm disc.