View Full Version : So who wantís a 102 MPG vehicle?

Radar Chief
08-29-2005, 10:16 AM

Type: 4-Stroke, IDI, single cylinder, liquid cooled.
Displacement: 611cc
Power: 30 PS @ 5700 RPM
Torque: 32 ft-lbs @ 4200 RPM
Lubrication: Wet sump
Air Filtration: High capacity, 3-stage, oiled foam, reusable
Transmission: 5-speed, constant mesh, return shift.
Final Drive: Self lubricated, sealed, O-ring roller chain.

Dry Weight:369 lbs
Max Width:37 inches
Max Length:85 inches
Max Height:49 inches (w/o mirrors)
Wheel Base:57 inches
Ground Clearance:10.7 inches

Acceleration: 0-30 mph (53 kph), 3.3 sec0-60 mph (106 kph), 10.6 sec
Gradeability: 60% (32E)
Turning Radius: Less than 7 feet
Maximum Speed: In excess of 90 mph.
MinimumConstant Speed: Less than 3 mph.
Fording Depth: 24 inches
Fuel Mileage: 102 mpg @ 55 mph (Tested):eek:
Range: 600 miles @ 55 mph

With a world class rolling chassis, the proven performance and durability of the M1030M1 Military Motorcycle engine, the spectacular patriotic graphics, and over 102 mpg, the Diesel fueled D650A1Bulldog is a true "triple threat", winner for sport touring, on/off road riding, and everyday commuting. Production is scheduled for March of 2006.

08-29-2005, 10:25 AM
I am glad i have my Ninja 250 right now, it gets between 60-75 mpg. I take it all across America, motorcycle sales are up while SUV sales are down...

I bought it about a month ago .. Will upgrade soon to a Katana 600 Suzuki before the year is over, still get 50-60mpg on that.. Anything is better than my Corvette right now, thats $2.85 a gallon for the premium and YES, i have to use the higher octane..

Radar Chief
08-29-2005, 10:37 AM
Iím just glad the weather finally cleared up so I can ride my scoot for a while.

08-29-2005, 11:36 AM
Nice. Diesel motor bike.

08-29-2005, 12:16 PM

The Euro model get's a little better yet...

Fuel Consumption: 110 mile/US gal [140 mile/Imp gal, 50 km/l]

08-29-2005, 12:17 PM
I'd fall off.