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Italian Motorcycles

Di Blasi Folding Motorcycles and Scooters


A Brief History of the Marque

Di Blasi Folding Motorcycles

Available in both two-stroke and electric versions.

Sources:  Correspondence, et al.


James McFarland
jimmyis at mac.com wrote:

Thu Sep 20 2007
Dellorto sha 1412L
Di Blasi scooter
Hi, is there a way to unrestrict these bikes with this carburettor on, i don't want to go any faster really, just move off a little quicker and get up the hills a little easier, thanks
london

http://www.diblasi.co.uk/Caratteristiche.asp?Prd=R7&Lng=en


Speciification for the R7:

  • Dimensions
    • Open:
      • Overall length 128 cm (50,3")
      • Wheel base 92 cm (36,8")
      • Width 57,5 cm (22,6")
    • Folded:
      • Length 79 cm (30,7")
      • Width 35 cm (14,5")
      • Height 61 cm (24")
  • Unladen mass 31,5 kg (64,9 Lbs)
  • Rim size (front & rear) 5"
  • Tyre size (front & rear) 4.00 - 5"
  • Brakes drum diameter 70 mm (front & rear)
  • Electrical equipment 12V - 65W
  • Tank capacity 3 litres (3 quarts)
  • Fuel consumption 35 km/lt (approx)
  • Maximum speed 45 km/h (30 mph)
  • Seating capacity 1
  • Max load capacity: 110 Kg
  • Engine
    • manufacturer & model DI BLASI M1
    • single cylinder, two stroke
    • bore 39 mm
    • stroke 41,8 mm
    • cylinder capacity 49.9 cc
    • compression ratio 8,65 : 1
    • maximum power 0,86 KW at 4000 rpm
    • maximum torque 2,56 Nm at 3000 rpm
  • carburetor:
      DELL'ORTO SHA 14-12 main jet size: 53 choke tube: 12 mm
  • fuel regular gasoline with 2% of 2 stroke oil
  • primary drive V-Belt variator
    • ratios:
      • min 1:1,577
      • max 1: 3,736
  • secondary drive timing belt ratio 22/102 = 1 : 4,636
  • starting foot kick starter



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