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Gilera Fuoco 500 - 2009 /2010


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Have anyone heard of any shop/agent bringing in this beast...?

 

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Bike Current Update :-

Scorpion Titanium Slip-Ons - 03/06/08

2nd Hand Ohlin Steering Damper - 28/06/08

Flapper Valve Removal - 14/07/08

Pair System Removal - 14/07/08

Modified Clutch Springs - 29/10/09

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wow... i saw it in one of the mags... full black...

 

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Have anyone heard of any shop/agent bringing in this beast...?

 

http://www.viamichelin.co.uk/viamichelin/gbr/tpl/mag5/art20070515/img/Gilera-Fuoco-500-texte01.jpg

 

Give Piaggio a call n speak to John or drop him a PM..he will be able to help.

 

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any idea how much...?

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Bike Current Update :-

Scorpion Titanium Slip-Ons - 03/06/08

2nd Hand Ohlin Steering Damper - 28/06/08

Flapper Valve Removal - 14/07/08

Pair System Removal - 14/07/08

Modified Clutch Springs - 29/10/09

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ok...that a nice figure...:-)

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Bike Current Update :-

Scorpion Titanium Slip-Ons - 03/06/08

2nd Hand Ohlin Steering Damper - 28/06/08

Flapper Valve Removal - 14/07/08

Pair System Removal - 14/07/08

Modified Clutch Springs - 29/10/09

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Haiz.... why oh why, no storage space! :p

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wat picture..?

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Bike Current Update :-

Scorpion Titanium Slip-Ons - 03/06/08

2nd Hand Ohlin Steering Damper - 28/06/08

Flapper Valve Removal - 14/07/08

Pair System Removal - 14/07/08

Modified Clutch Springs - 29/10/09

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man the skeLeton's pretty sophisticated. just Look at the reLays Lining up in front. wiring must be a biatch.

 

storage capacity seems big tho.

as for fueL capacity it wouLd be great if it was bigger as weLL. right now its simiLar to '05 n beLow runners.. 12 L i think.

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Brembo Bro, your picture a little too large... cannot be loaded!!!

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GILERA FUOCO 500ie - Technical specifications

Engine- Single cylinder Master 4 stroke with double ignition, four valves, and electronic fuel injection

 

Displacement- 492.7 cc

 

Bore- 94 mm

 

Stroke- 71 mm

 

Fuel- RON 95 unleaded petrol

 

Compression ratio- 10-11: 1

 

Max power at crankshaft- 40 HP (29.5 kW) at 7,250 rpm

 

Max torque- 42.23 Nm at 5,500 rpm

 

Exhaust- Closed loop system with lambda sensor and three-way catalytic converter in exhaust pipe

 

Valve train- (SOHC) 4 valve, electronic injection

 

Ignition- Electronic inductive discharge and variable spark advance in electronic unit with electronic immobilizer.

Fuel pump shutoff when bike tips over. Two spark plugs.

 

Starter- Electric

 

Cooling- Liquid with three-way thermostat

 

Gears- Twist-and-go CVT

 

Clutch- Dry centrifugal type with damping plugs

 

Frame- Double cradle trellis made of high strength steel tubes

 

Front suspension- Parallelogram composed of four aluminium arms supporting two steering tubes, cantilevered

suspension. Travel: 85 mm. Electro-hydraulic suspension locking system.

 

Rear suspension- Oscillating engine fixed to the frame with a swingarm and two dual effect hydraulic shock

absorbers with four-position spring preload. Travel: 110 mm

 

Braking system- Traditional: separate hydraulic brakes on front and rear wheel. Parking brake: mechanical; locks rear wheel.

 

Front brakes- Stainless steel double disk, Ø 240 mm, two-piston caliper

 

Rear brake- Stainless steel disk, Ø 280 mm, floating two-piston caliper

 

Front wheel rims- Die-cast aluminium alloy, 3.00x12”

 

Rear wheel rim- Die-cast aluminium alloy, 4.50x14”

 

Front tyres- Tubeless 120/70-12” 51S

 

Rear tyre- Tubeless 140/70-14” 68S

 

Length- 2,160 mm

 

Width- 775 mm

 

Wheelbase- 1,550 mm

 

Seat height- 785 mm

 

Dry weight- 244 kg

 

Fuel tank capacity- 12 litres (includes 1.8 litres reserve)

 

Max speed- Approx. 145 Km/h

 

Distance covered under ECE Euro 3 conditions- 21 km/l

 

Emissions- Euro 3

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Noob here in 4strokes...any1 can enlighten me y I see 2 spark plug cable in the pic Brembo attached when it is a single cylinder bike?? :confused:

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Noob here in 4strokes...any1 can enlighten me y I see 2 spark plug cable in the pic Brembo attached when it is a single cylinder bike?? :confused:

 

It's a dual spark engine, means 2 sparkplugs for 1 cylinder. More commonly seen on Hondas, some of their V-Twins uses 2 sparkplugs per cylinder also.

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

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Noob here in 4strokes...any1 can enlighten me y I see 2 spark plug cable in the pic Brembo attached when it is a single cylinder bike?? :confused:

 

u know the India bike, Bajaj Pulsar? its a single cylinder 180cc bike. also have 2 spark plugs.

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GILERA FUOCO 500ie - Technical specifications

Engine- Single cylinder Master 4 stroke with double ignition, four valves, and electronic fuel injection

 

Displacement- 492.7 cc

 

Max power at crankshaft- 40 HP (29.5 kW) at 7,250 rpm

 

Max torque- 42.23 Nm at 5,500 rpm

 

Rear tyre- Tubeless 140/70-14” 68S

 

 

Fuel tank capacity- 12 litres (includes 1.8 litres reserve)

 

Max speed- Approx. 145 Km/h

 

 

It is very tempting for me to get one.

 

If the cc can go up a little (700 to 800 cc), top speed go up to 180km/hr, make it 2 cylinder and bigger fuel tank, something like 16 - 17 liters, wider rear tyre, like 160/70, plus with folderable side mirrors, adjustable windshield....

 

Wow....Loves it :lovestruck:

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forgot about the price but very affordable for a fierce 500cc. :cheeky:

think its roughly ranging around $15k - $16k. :cheeky:

 

May not leh,bro.

 

I see the USA website, the MRSP (don't know what's tt mean) is the same as burgman 650 executive leh, it is USD8999.

 

So it shd be somewhere like burgman 650 exec, about S$18.5k, I think....

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May not leh,bro.

 

I see the USA website, the MRSP (don't know what's tt mean) is the same as burgman 650 executive leh, it is USD8999.

 

So it shd be somewhere like burgman 650 exec, about S$18.5k, I think....

 

it will definitely cheaper than the burgman 650. :smile:

 

anyway, its not be on sale over here. :angel:

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It is very tempting for me to get one.

 

If the cc can go up a little (700 to 800 cc), top speed go up to 180km/hr, make it 2 cylinder and bigger fuel tank, something like 16 - 17 liters, wider rear tyre, like 160/70, plus with folderable side mirrors, adjustable windshield....

 

Wow....Loves it :lovestruck:

 

if there's any kind of this scooter let me know too. :smile:

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