2012 Husqvarna SMS125

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2012 Husqvarna SMS125
2012 Husqvarna SMS125

2012 Husqvarna SMS125
2012 Husqvarna SMS125

– 2012 Husqvarna SMS125 Review

2012 Husqvarna SMS125

The SMS125 has become an icon for sixteen-year-olds, a sales phenomenon and a new fashion. It is the starting point for those who want to feel the thrills of an off road style bike, but is also ideal for everyday commuting in town. Easy to ride, light and easily handled, the 2011 version of the SMS125 has what it takes to confirm its status as category leader. The bike is available in two colour schemes. The red and white colour scheme shared by all Husqvarna off road models is now enhanced by the addition of bodywork graphics using “In?Mould Decoration”, integrated to the plastic itself. The black and white version also has In-Mould Decoration. The bike is fitted with new handlebar guards.

 

 

 

2012 Husqvarna SMS125 Features and Benefits

Engine
The SMS125 comes with the ECS electronic carburetion system, an integrated system for electronic control of the fuel mix (both air/petrol and petrol/oil), developed in collaboration with Dell’Orto. The unit also controls the ignition system. This enables the2-stroke SMS 125 to meet Euro 3 requirements, contains costs, boosts commercial competitiveness and maintains all the advantages typical of 2-stroke engines: lightness, performance and low running costs. The new exhaust and silencer is derived from the125cc racing CR/WR.

Chassis
The suspension now features new Marzocchi front forks, specially developed for this model, further enhanced by the Sachs shock absorber with new calibration allowing greater flexibility and support.

 



 

2012 Husqvarna SMS125 – North American Specifications/Technical Details
MSRP Price: NA

Model not available in North America


 


 

2012 Husqvarna SMS125 – Australian Specifications/Technical Details
AU MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing.

Model not available in Australia

 


 

2012 Husqvarna SMS125 – International Specifications/Technical Details
MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing.

Dimensions, weight, capacities
Wheelbase57.56in
Overall length84.49in
Overall width32.48in
Overall height46.26in
Seat height36.57in
Min. ground clearance10.43in
Trail2.70in
Kerb weight, without fuel244.71lb / 111kg
Fuel tank capacityU.S. Gallons 2.5 / Imp. Gallons 2.09
Transmission oilU.S. Gallons 0.69 / Imp. Gallons 0.57
Engine
TypeSingle cylinder, two stroke
Bore2.12in
Stroke2.14in
Displacement7.61cu.in / 124,82cc
Compression ratio8.8:1
StartingKick starter
CoolingLiquid cooled
Water radiator No. 2
Lubrication
TypeBy electrical pump
Transmission-primary driveBy oil contained in the crankcase
Ignition
TypeC.D.I. electronic, digital type, with adjustable advance
Spark plug typeChampion QN84 / NGK BR 9EG
Spark plug gap0.024in
Fuel system
TypeCarburettor
Brand and typeDell’Orto VHST 28-CS
Venturi diameter1.1in
Clutch
TypeWet, multiplate type; mechanical control
Number of driving discs7
Number of driven discs6
Transmission
TypeConstant mesh gear type
Number of gears6
Secondary drive
Transmission sprocketTeeth 14
Rear wheel sprocketTeeth 49
Transmission ratio3,500
Driving chain
TypeRegina 135RX-5/8″x1/4″
Frame
TypeDouble tube cradle with high resistance steel round tubes; rear frame with steel square tubes
Front suspension
TypeUpside-Down telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle
Fork legs dia.1.574in
Travel on legs axis10.236in
Front fork manufacturerMarzocchi
Rear suspension
TypeProgressive “Soft Damp” type with single hydraulic shock absorber; spring preload adjustment
Wheel travel10.71in
Shock absorber manufacturerSachs
Brakes
FrontFixed disc with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Disc dia.10.24in
RearFixed disc with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Disc dia.8.66in
Wheels
FrontLight alloy
Size2.50×17″
RearLight alloy
Size3.50×17″
Tires
FrontPirelli Sport Demon
Size110/70-17″
RearPirelli Sport Demon
Size140/60-17″
Internal ratios
1st2,692 (35/13)
2nd1,800 (27/15)
3rd1,333 (24/18)
4th1,100 (22/20)
5th0,954 (21/22)
6th0,869 (20/23)
Primary drive
Engine sprocketTeeth 22
Clutch gearTeeth 72
Transmission ratio3,272
Electrical equipment
Voltage12V
Headlight35W
Pilot light3W
Tail light5W
Stop light21W
Turn signals10W
Battery12V – 4Ah
Timing system
TypeReed valve in the crankcase and “H.T.S.” valve with mechanic control on the exhaust port
Valve timing
Exhaust175°
IntakeReed valve
Transfer114°
Overall ratios 1st30,839
2nd20,618
3rd15,273
4th12,600
5th10,934
6th9,960

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