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Gilera Runner FXR 180 2003

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General Information
Category Maxi-scooter 
Model Year 2003  
Manufacturer Gilera  vs 5.2% Scooters have Gilera
Model # Runner Fxr 180 
Number of riders 2 persons 
Maximum Speed
67.11 mph
vs
61.90 mph

5.21 mph higher than average.
Engine and transmission
Engine Type 1 Cylinders, 4-stroke, Single  vs 50.2% Scooters have 1 cylinders 4-stroke Single
Gear box Automatic  vs 35.5% Scooters have Automatic
Displacement
176 cc (10.75 cubic inches)
vs
155.74 cc

20.26 cc higher than average. Engine displacement is the volume inside the cylinders of an engine. The larger the engine displacement is, the more powerful the scooter usually is.
Power
20.39 HP (15 kW)
vs
13.76 HP

6.63 HP higher than average. The power of the scooter is measured in HP or KW.  The more power the scooter has the faster it can travel.
Torque
11.7 Nm (8.63 lb-ft)
vs
16.22 Nm

4.52 Nm lower than average. Torque is a measure of the turning power of the engine.  A higher torque means faster acceleration.
Power-to-weight ratio
0.11 KW/lbs (9.00 lbs/HP)
vs
0.07 KW/lbs

0.04 KW/lbs higher than average. A calculation of horsepower divided by weight.  The higher the ratio the more power there is per lb, which means a faster scooter.
Throttle Cable Operated 
Engine mounting Transverse  vs 90.6% Scooters have Transverse
Most scooter engines are transverse mounted.
Sparks per cylinder 1  
Clutch Dry, Centrifugal Clutch, Cable Operated  vs 21.1% Scooters have Dry centrifugal clutch cable operated
Starter Electric 
Electric starters have a push button, or use a key turn to get the engine started.
Cooling system Water Cooled  vs 45.9% Scooters have Water cooled
Bore × stroke 3 inch × 2.05 inch (oversquare - shortstroke) 
Fuel supply system Carburetor  vs 61.2% Scooters have Carburetor
Lubrication system Wet Sump  vs 87% Scooters have Wet sump
Final drive Belt  vs 76% Scooters have Belt
Ignition Type Digital Cdi 
Valves per cylinder
vs
3.76

0.24 higher than average.
Valve train Sohc, Variable  vs 51.4% Scooters have SOHC variable
Compression 10.5:1   vs 11.4% Scooters have 10.5:1
Spark plug pipe type NGK, B9ES  
Motor oil Synthetic, 5w/40 
Fuel capacity
2.27 gals
vs
2.40 gals

0.13 gals lower than average.
Suspension, Chassis and Brakes
Brake Disk, ø8.66 Inch  vs 10.1% Scooters have Disk Ø8.66 inch
Suspension Twin Shock, Swingarm  vs 33.9% Scooters have twin shock Swingarm
Tire 130 / 70 R12  
Tire pressure 0.11 Psi, With Pillion: 0.15 Psi Withpilion 
ABS available No  vs 96.1% Scooters don't have ABS available
ABS (anti-lock braking system), prevents the brakes from locking when applied under constant pressure, by pulsating.  ABS allows for more control while braking.
Dimensions
Length
73 inch
vs
75.02 inch

2.02 inch lower than average.
Wheel Base
52.8 inch
vs
52.97 inch

0.17 inch lower than average.
Width
29.1 inch
vs
28.69 inch

0.41 inch higher than average.
Seat Height
33.7 inch
vs
30.39 inch

3.31 inch higher than average.
Dry weight
271.2 lbs
vs
263.75 lbs

7.45 lbs higher than average.
Height
52.8 inch
vs
46.60 inch

6.2 inch higher than average.
Curb weight
297.6 lbs
vs
313.02 lbs

15.42 lbs lower than average.


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