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1996 MuZ Skorpion Traveller 660 specifications, pictures, reviews and rating
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|Model:||MuZ Skorpion Traveller 660|
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|Engine and transmission|
|Displacement:||660.00 ccm (40.27 cubic inches)|
|Engine type:||Single cylinder, four-stroke|
|Power:||48.00 HP (35.0 kW)) @ 6250 RPM|
|Torque:||56.00 Nm (5.7 kgf-m or 41.3 ft.lbs) @ 5250 RPM|
|Valves per cylinder:||5|
|Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels|
|Front brakes:||Single disc|
|Rear brakes:||Single disc|
|Physical measures and capacities|
|Dry weight:||182.0 kg (401.2 pounds)|
|Power/weight ratio:||0.2637 HP/kg|
|Seat height:||785 mm (30.9 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.|
|Insurance costs||Get a US insurance quote from Progressive.|
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