Gilera DNA 50

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Gilera DNA 50
Gilera DNA 50
Manufacturer Gilera
Production period 2000 to 2008
class Small scooter
Motor data
Two-stroke engine , single cylinder, liquid-cooled, EURO 2 Piaggio Hyper2 engine
Displacement  (cm³) 49
Power  (kW / PS ) 3/4 at 7250 rpm
Torque  ( N m ) 4 at 6000 rpm
Top speed (  km / h) 45
drive belt
Brakes vo. 240 mm disc brake,
rear 200 mm disc brake
Dimensions (L × W × H, mm): 1,930 × 800 × 1040
Seat height (cm) 81.5

The Gilera DNA 50 is a moped that was produced by the motorcycle manufacturer Piaggio , which also owns the Gilera brand . This model differs from conventional scooters mainly in its external appearance, which is close to that of a motorcycle . The displacement has a size of 49 cm³ and the scooter throttled a speed of 25 km / h, so that it can be driven with a moped test certificate . It is also available for the AM class with a maximum design speed of 45 km / h. If it is dethrottled, a speed of up to 90 km / h is possible without replacing parts. The Gilera DNA was also produced as 125 cm³ and 180 cm³ and was one of the most expensive 50 cm³ scooters off the rack.

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