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E-TON America  Sierra-U - DXL Series  ATV Utility General Specifications

General Specifications
Make E-TON America Model Sierra-U - DXL Series
Year 2003 Engine 82.5cc two-stroke single
Displacement CC 82.00
Type ATV Utility Displacement Cubic Inches 5.00
Front Suspension Dual Adjustable Shock A - Arm Rear Suspension Single Adjustable Shock swing arm
Electrical
Ignition CDI
Engine and Components
Engine 82.5cc two-stroke single Cubic Centimeters 82
Cubic Inches 5.0039470162 Bore and Stroke 40mm x 39.2mm
Induction Mikuni 18mm/Electric Choke
Drivetrain
Transmission Automatic CVT (V-Belt)
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 19x7-8 dual purpose tread Rear Tire 19x7-8 dual purpose tread
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 280.00 Dry Weight KG 127.01
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 1.17 Fuel Capacity Litre 4.43
Wheel Base 40
Seat Height MM 660.40
Seat Height Inches 26.00
About
The Sierra sports a front & rear utility rack kit with optional integrated dual headlights. ETONs attention to style and design makes the Sierra a sure winner in the youth ATV market. The 90cc Sierra develops more than enough power to carry it through all kinds of riding terrain. The Sierra's heavy duty suspension and automatic CVT transmission insure that the Sierra will take you where other ATVs in its class would not dare to tread.
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