Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Latest TVS MotorBike Review

Flame sports a new design and embraces the contemporary black theme. Flame borrows the headlamp,front fender, attractive rear view mirrors, body coloured shock absorber springs and special engine cowl from its big brother apache. TVS 125cc Flame is packed with exciting features like attractive body graphics, alloy wheels, disc brake at the front, electric start and handle bar weights to control vibrations.
The Flame is technologically the most advanced motorcycle in the country with a 3-valve 125cc engine and sports the india’s first three-valve CC VTi (controlled combustion variable timing intelligent) engine. The engine’s produces maximum power of 10.5 bhp at 8,250 rpm. TVS has patented the CC-VTi technology in Austria and rest of the world. It has sporty deltaedge exhaust that is not just a styling element but also to deliver the smoothest of sounds,lowest emissions and excellent performance.
It features an analogue speedometer but other gauges such odometer,digital clock, fuel gauge, mileage meter are embedded in the digital console. The sporty deltaedge exhaust is not just styling element but also to deliver the smoothest of sounds, lowest emissions and excellent performance. also sports a neat lockable, water-bottle-sized cubby hole ahead of the tank, which will prove really useful in daily use. The plastic tank adornments incorporate the indicators and complete the look, but they have their own utility value too.

Technical Specifications:

Engine: 124.8cc, CCVTi
Power: 10.5bhp@8250rpm
Torque: 10nm@6250rpm
Weight: 121.00
Clearance: 165.00
Fuel Tank: 8.00
Wheelbase: 1320.00
Gears: 5 Speed
Top Speed: 95
Brakes: Drum 130 dia / Disc 240 dia
Fuel Economy: 85

Flame has been designed to capture attention in one go. The bike has been given a contemporary urban look by having a black theme. Much of its features like headlamp, front fender, attractive rear view mirrors, body colored shock absorber springs and special engine cowl are designed like the Apache.


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