2021 Yamaha V50 Motorcycle
became the target of antique motorcycle collectors in several countries. Well, one of the most targeted targets is the Yamaha V50.
Yamaha V50 old school motorcycle specifications are not too special. Even so, the Yamaha V50 offers a classic design that cannot be compared to today’s motorbikes. In addition, Yamaha equipped it with a 3-speed transmission that generated considerable power and torque in its time. Then there is also the fuel tank which can accommodate as much as 4.5 Lite gasoline and is supported by a Platina electrical system.
For lovers of old school motorbikes, we are sure that they are not too concerned with specifications. As long as you can get a Yamaha V50 that is original and roadworthy, you will definitely be wrong to buy it even though it is priced very expensive. Moreover, the Yamaha V50 has an iconic design with a simple concept that is easy to drive and easy to maintain. But for those of you who are interested in buying this old school Yamaha motorbike, you must be ready to buy very expensive spare parts.
On average, Yamaha old school motorbike spare parts are expensive, because the goods are hard to find. As a result, the cost of restoration is quite draining, especially the cost of buying original body parts, such as lamps, fenders, mirrors, and the body. As for other parts, such as brakes, wheels, and exhaust can be cannibalized from other motorbikes. Read More !
For those who are curious, here are the complete specifications of the Yamaha V50:
Yamaha Vintage V50 motorbike specifications
Engine type: Single Cylinder 2 stroke
Engine capacity: 50cc
Bore x Stroke: 40.0 X 39.7 mm
Combustion System: Carburetor
Electrical System: Platinum
Transmission: 3 Speed manual automatic clutch
Weight: 74 Kg
Fuel tank capacity: 4.5 liters
Side Oil Tank Capacity: 1.2 Liters
Wheel axis: 1,170 mm
Length: 1,840 mm
Width: 645 mm
Height: 1,006 mm
Front suspension: leading link
Rear suspension: swing arm, double shock
Front tires: 2.25-17 – 4pr
Rear tires: 2.25-17 – 4pr