2007 Hyosung RX125
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– 2007 Hyosung RX125
2007 Hyosung RX125
Hit the road.
Sometimes wild, sometimes gentle.
It’s equally at home on both back roads and highways. Sometimes wild, sometimes gentle, meets your needs anywhere and anytime. Especially its enhanced powerful engine gives the RX125 excellent acceleration.
Starting point of feeling, passing through 5 senses.
Features & Benefits
– Stable power of 4 strokes engine
Stable power is implemented by installing SOHC 4 valve 4 stroke engine, and durability is enhanced by installing oil cooler.
– The first Mono link and Mono shock installation in the country.
All-weather driving becomes very possible by developing innovational mono link and mono sorber for the first time in the country to keep the suspension stabilized in driving.
– High-capacity (8l) fuel tank of quality of High-strength P.P. material
User’s convenience is enhanced by employing high-capacity fuel tank of P.P. material which made car lighter and stronger to external impact and also employing the starting device of cell button method.
– The first-ever high performance shock-absorber of the up-down mode in the country.
Stable driving is guaranteed in on and off the road by employing the first domestic inverted type (up-down mode) of shock – absorber.
– Disk brake system of powerful performance
Braking system enhances stability by strong braking force at on/off road driving by employing caliper of dual piston mode and disk brake of cooling hole type.
Specification & Capacity
Full length(mm) 2,190
Full width(mm) 840
Full height(mm) 1,160
Ground clearance(mm) 295
Dry mass(kg) 125
Engine system 2 stroke, Air-cooled
Carburetor Piston Valve Type
Starter system Electric / Kick
Clutch Wet Multi-Plate Type
Gear shift 1Down-4Up
Tire (Front) 2.75-21 45P
Tire (Rear) 4.10-18 59p
Suspension (Front) Telescopic and Up/Down
Suspension (Rear) Swing Arm
Brake (Front) DISK
Brake (Rear) Drum
Fuel tank 8 l
Specifications and features are subject to change