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Peugeot  Jet Force 50  Scooter General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Peugeot Model Jet Force 50
Year 2003 Engine 2-Stroke Single Cylinder, Electronic Injection, Liquid Cooled
Displacement CC 49.00
Type Scooter Displacement Cubic Inches 2.99
Rear Suspension Combined gas & hydraulic
Engine and Components
Engine 2-Stroke Single Cylinder, Electronic Injection, Liquid Cooled Cubic Centimeters 49
Cubic Inches 2.9901634609
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire Tubeless 130/60.13 Rear Tire Tubeless 130/60.13
The Jet Force - a natural sensation of speed A Worlds First - Jet Force opens the way to a new generation of engine with three stunning new models: 50 cc TSDI horizontal engine with liquid cooling. 125 cc EFI optimized horizontal engine. 125 cc Compressor - fuel injected, supercharged engine with displacement compressor: a world first! Featuring the new Direct Perimetric Frame (DPF) with partitioned double tubes provides the chassis with unparalleled rigidity without any increase in weight: the perimetric frame is just as light as a classic chassis. With optimum weight spread, Jet Force has much in common with motorbike design: central fuel tank, central shock absorber and horizontal engine. Daring and original architecture, drawing its inspiration from motorbikes, a natural sensation of speed, exceptional performance and faultless road-handling... Jet Force embodies sportsmanship at every level: perimetric type visible chassis, central shock-absorber, flowing lines.

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