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2013 Beta Ark One AC/LC
2013 Beta Ark One AC/LC

2013 Beta Ark One AC/LC Review

2013 Beta Ark One AC/LC

Funny and cheerful, Ark is the Beta proposal for every person who is looking for a practical, reliable and gritty vehicle.

Ark AC One air cooled available with the new more winning graphic, is the suitable scooter for people who live the road with fun and freedom, adding colour to your day.

The Ark look doesn’t hide its sporting and scathing spirit: high mudguards, off-road sides, brawny muffler, are only some details that add energy and race look to a daily use vehicle. With its hardy frame and with its handiness, Ark has a forceful hydraulic fork and a adjustable spring preload mono-shock that grant adherence to the road and an incredible steadiness.

Equipped with a powerful and steady engine, Ark is extremely versatile: it was born with off-road heart according with Beta style, but he is also aggressive on the asphalt thank to slick tyres.

 


2013 Beta Ark One AC/LC – Features

In order to get Ark riding more exciting a lot of accessories are available: the very practical windshield that protect against rain and wind and the rear luggage rack, which is extremely useful to go shopping in city.


 


 

2013 Beta Ark One AC/LC – International Specifications/Technical Details
MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing

Arc One AC Specs

CHASSIS
Frame tubular steel
Wheel base 1240 mm
Max length 1740 mm
Max width 750 mm
Max height 1150 mm
Seat height 830 mm
Ground clearance 215 mm
Footrest height 320 mm
Dry weight 84 kg
Fuel tank capacity 7,5 l.
Reserve 1,3 l.
Front suspension Hydraulic fork with ø32 mm shaft
Rear suspension Monoshock with adjustable spring preload
Shock absorber stroke 85 mm
Front wheel travel 95 mm
Rear wheel travel 89 mm
Front brake disk ø190 mm
Rear brake drum ø110,5 mm
Front rim 3,50 x 13
Rear rim 3,50 x 13
Front tyre 120/70 – 13
Rear tyre 130/60 – 13
ENGINE
Type
Single-cylinder, 2-stroke, air cooled, lamellar
induction in the crankcase
Bore 40 mm
Stroke 39,2 mm
Displacement 49cc
Compression ratio 12:1
Ignition Electronic Ducati 12V – 60W
Spark plug NGK BR 7 HS
Lubrication
With mechanical pump – gasoline-oil 1,5% (with
synthetic oil)
Feeding with carburettor
Carburettor Dell’Orto PHVA 12 HS
Spark advance 14° (0,7 mm) B.T.D.C.
Clutch Dry automatic centrifugal type
Primary trasmission “V” belt drive
Transmission Automatic continuously variable transmission
Secondary trasmission With gears. Final ratio: Z.13/42
Engine oil SAE 20W/30(110cc)

 

Arc One LC Specs

CHASSIS
Frame tubular steel
Wheel base 1240 mm
Max length 1740 mm
Max width 750 mm
Max height 1150 mm
Seat height 830 mm
Ground clearance 215 mm
Footrest height 320 mm
Dry weight 88 kg
Fuel tank capacity 7,5 l.
Reserve 1,3 l.
Cooling system capacity 995 cc
Front suspension Hydraulic fork with ø35 mm shaft
Rear suspension Monoshock with adjustable spring preload
Shock absorber stroke 82 mm
Front wheel travel 95 mm
Rear wheel travel 89 mm
Front brake disc ø220 mm
Rear brake disc ø190 mm
Front rim 3,50 x 13
Rear rim 3,50 x 13
Front tyre 120/70 – 13
Rear tyre 130/60 – 13
ENGINE
Type
Single-cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled, lamellar
induction in the crankcase
Bore 40 mm
Stroke 39,2 mm
Displacement 49cc
Compression ratio 12:1
Ignition Electronic Ducati 12V – 60W
Spark plug NGK BR 8 HS
Lubrication
With mechanical pump – mix gasoline-oil 1,5% (with
synthetic oil)
Feeding with carburettor
Carburettor Dell’Orto PHVA 12
Clutch Dry automatic centrifugal type
Primary trasmission “V” belt drive
Transmission Automatic continuously variable transmission
Secondary trasmission With gears-final ratio: Z.13/42
Engine oil SAE 20W/30 (110cc)

*specifications subject to change without notice.

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