By: Richard (offline)  Friday, 29 July 2011 @ 11:36 AM ICT (Read 9856 times)  

The rumors about Sachs Bikes getting back onto the Thai market are getting stronger, to some information I received while visiting Germany was that Sachs Bikes are working on a plan to ship Sachs Bikes from Indonesia to Thailand. Apparently this all should be up and running at the beginning of next year.

If that is true, Thailand will get the latest and best designed Sachs Bikes ever....

The latest model, which will replace the aging X-Road 250, is the ZZ 250.

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The Sachs ZZ 250 is together with all the other 250cc models developed with the help of all ASEAN Sachs Bikes distributors and manufacturers. Even Tiger Motor Co. Ltd. contributed to the project by helping to develop the 247cc engine.

   

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By: Richard (offline)  Friday, 29 July 2011 @ 11:41 AM ICT  

Here is also a picture of the 250cc Sachs Roadster, which they likely will call the Sachs ZR 250

The chassis and engine is the same as used in the ZZ 250 and the suspension is a bit tweak to be more suitable for this bike.

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By: Richard (offline)  Friday, 29 July 2011 @ 11:47 AM ICT  

The specifications of the Sachs motorcycles

Engine Type SOHC, Air Cooled with Advanced Balancer Shaft
Bore x Stroke (mm) 72,5 x 59,8
Displacement 247cc
Compression Ratio 10,2:1
Carburettor Type Teikei MV30P
Max Power 20,5 horsepower @8500rpm
Max Torque 18Nm @6000rpm
Lubrication System Forced & Wet Sump
Clutch: Wet Type & Multi Plates
Gear Transmission 5 Speed (gear Shift Pattern: 1-N-2-3-4-5)
Gear Ratio : 1st 2,769, 2nd 1,722, 3rd 1,318, 4th 1,125, and 5th 0,962
Generator 8 pole
Ignition CDI
Battery Type 12V 9 AH
Head Light L/H = 35 / 35 w
Tail Light 0,23 w
Stop Light 0,58 w
Winker 5 w
Frame Type Multi Twin Spar Trellis Configuration
Steering Head Angle 30o
Suspension Front Telescopic
Suspension Rear Mono Shock
Wheel Front Rim 2.75x17
Wheel Rear Rim 3.50x17
Type Front 100/70 x 17
Type Rear 130/70 x 17
Chain : Pitch 520 (number of links 104)
Fuel Tank Capacity 11 Lt
Height 1.040mm
Length 1.990mm
Widht 825mm
Seat Height 800mm
Wheel Base 1.350mm
Ground Clearance 200mm
Weight 122kg

   

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By: Anonymous: John ()  Friday, 29 July 2011 @ 03:07 PM ICT  

Sharp looking bikes

By: Anonymous: Jeffrey ()  Friday, 29 July 2011 @ 06:11 PM ICT  

Nice looking

Power seems to split between the Honda CBR 150 and 250

Wonder how the pricing will be as well as the fit and finish

By: news (offline)  Friday, 29 July 2011 @ 06:35 PM ICT  

In Indonesia, where the Sachs ZZ 250 is already available, it costs 26,900,000 Indonesian Rupiahs (which is about 93,000 THB ). Transport and handling charges per container load I estimate that the Sachs ZZ 250 will cost around 100,000 THB in Thailand.

   

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