Suzuki LT80 Specs
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The Suzuki LT80 is a four-wheel-drive all-terrain vehicle designed for children and smaller adults. Not only is it smaller to fit a younger person's frame, but it is also designed to be easier to operate -- there is no need to shift the vehicle, for example. Used versions of the Suzuki LT80 can cost less than £650.
The Suzuki LT80 has a two-stroke, single-cylinder engine, meaning there is only one piston and cylinder. Since it is two-stroke, it needs a mixture of oil and gas. The piston displaces 82cc of oxygen and gas, and it is 1.9 inches in diameter by 1.7 inches long. It compresses gasoline at a 7.4:1 ratio, meaning that when the piston pushes fuel it divides its volume by 7.4 while increasing its density by the same amount. It starts with an electric starter.
- The Suzuki LT80 has a two-stroke, single-cylinder engine, meaning there is only one piston and cylinder.
- Since it is two-stroke, it needs a mixture of oil and gas.
The Suzuki LT80 is 56 inches long by 32 inches wide. Thirty-seven inches of its width are in its wheelbase, and it clears the ground by just more than 4 inches. The seat height is 25 inches, and the fuel tank can hold six gallons. The Suzuki LT80 weighs 99.8 Kilogram.
- The Suzuki LT80 is 56 inches long by 32 inches wide.
The front suspension is an independent, single A arm while the rear suspension is a unit swingaxle. Their respective travel distances are two and 2.3 inches. Both the front and rear brakes are drum brakes, and the transmission is a variable belt drive system, with a chain acting as the final drive connection.
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