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2006 Suzuki Katana R50
2006 Suzuki Katana R50

2006 Suzuki Katana R50
2006 Suzuki Katana R50

2006 Suzuki Katana R50
2006 Suzuki Katana R50


– 2006 Suzuki Katana R50

2006 Suzuki Katana R50 – Europe Model

The compact commuter is powered by a new, liquid-cooled, direct-injection, two-stroke engine, and it is bestowed with aggressive looks thanks to a new, aerodynamic GSX-R-style fairing. It has light and sporty six-spoke alloy wheels, hydraulic front and rear disc-brakes and new Showa inverted forks.



New, liquid-cooled, direct-injection, two-stroke engine

Aggressive and aerodynamic styling

Multi-reflector halogen headlamp, wider radiator grille and racing-type fairing

Sporty, six-spoke wheels

Under-seat storage compartment

Electric-start with back-up kick-start

Hydraulic front and rear disc-brakes

Conforms to ‘Moped’ classification

High-tech Showa inverted forks


Overall Length: 1,865mm (73.4 inches)
Overall Width: 650mm (25.6 inches)
Overall Height: 1,125mm (44.2 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,260mm (49.6 inches)
Ground Clearance: 125mm (4.9 inches)
Seat Height: 790mm (31.1 inches)
Dry Mass: 89kg (200 lbs)
Fuel Capacity: 6.8 litres

Engine Type: Liquid-cooled, 2-stroke, single cylinder
Bore x Stroke: 41 x 37.4mm
Max Power: 2.9ps @ 6,500rpm
Max Torque: 3.4Nm @ 5,000rpm
Piston Displacement: 49cc
Compression Ratio: 8.1 : 1
Carburettor: Keihin PWS14
Lubrication: Posi forced lubrication

Ignition Type: CDI
Starter System: Electric kick starter

Clutch: Automatic
Transmission: Variable ratio
Drive System: V-belt

Front Suspension: Inverted telescopic, coil spring
Rear Suspension: Swingarm, coil spring, oil damped
Rake/Trail: 25.3 degrees / 76.7mm (3.0 inches)
Front Brake: 180mm single hydraulic disc
Rear Brake: 120mm single hydraulic disc
Front Tyre: 120/70-12 51L
Rear Tyre: 130/60-13 53L

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