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125 cc=130 km/h max ( difference=05)
110 cc=115 km/h max ( difference=05)
100 cc=105 km/h max ( difference=05)
70 cc=90 km/h max ( difference=20)
Why is this difference?????
Well thats nothing big. A cc of an engine doesn't really determine the speed of the bike, it is only the measurement of engine displacement. If 100cc= 105km/h (Difference 05), 70cc=90km/h (difference=20), my FZR has top speed of 190km/h and lets suppose that if it can do a maximum of 170km/h then the difference goes in negative. Why is that? And what about bigger bikes. Can a liter bike even do half the speed of its engine displacement?