The LEM engine (also: Type LEM ) is a generation of Piaggio engines that has been built since 2012.
The motor, in two displacement variants, cc 125 cc and 155, is offered, is a forced air-cooled single cylinder - four cycle - Otto engine with two intake and an outlet valve, via an overhead camshaft are controlled (SOHC). It is based on the Leader engine , from which Piaggio took over parts of the housing and the continuously variable transmission with V-belt. It has an intake manifold injection . The weight of the engine is 32 kg. The 125 cc engine has been available since 2013 with a slightly reduced performance.
|125 3V||125 3V||150 3V|
|construction time||2012||since 2013||since 2012|
|Engine type||Four-stroke, air-cooled, 3 valves|
|Mixture preparation||electronic injection PFI (Port Fuel Injection)|
|Displacement||124 cc||124 cc||155 cc|
|Bore × stroke (mm)||52.0 x 58.6||52.0 x 58.6||58.0 x 58.6|
at 1 / min
at 1 / min
|transmission||Stepless V-belt transmission with centrifugal clutch|
|Emission standard||Euro 3|
|Service intervals||10,000 km|
- Piaggio Technical Data Sheet (PDF file). Retrieved December 27, 2013