TEMPO.CO, New Delhi – Java, one of the legendary motorcycle makers from the Czech Republic, who has now moved to India, raises and releases new products. This new product will be launched on November 15, 2018. Earlier spishoot from the Java machine was missed with a capacity of 300 cc. At the latest teaser, the sound of the exhaust gases of the Java Motor 300 is unlike the Roial Enfield Classic, but it is lighter and more lukewarm, almost like the sound of a two-stroke motorcycle that is ding-ding.
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Although the sound of the exhaust system is similar to a two-stroke motorcycle, the Java 300 will carry a 4-stroke engine with a capacity of 293 cc, a liquid-cooled cylinder that is claimed to produce 27 hp and a maximum torque of 28 Nm. This machine is paired with six-speed gearbox. Some observers suspect that Java will present several variants with roadsters, modern classics and scramblers.
Based on the spy image, the Java 300 cc design will return you back to the retro era of the past. The design is almost identical to the original Javan model including a round headlight, chrome fuel tank, double exhaust and flat saddle. The front suspension is telescopic, but uses the upper cloak to make it look like a model of the past.
Less details that make up the difference include chain lids, wheels with markings on the wire and rounded instruments. This motorcycle uses a maronish yellow stripe color on missed images that appear to be inspired by Java Type A.
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Distinguished images also show shock absorber amortizers that use gas on the rear, on front brakes that already use discs and drums. Following the Roial Enfield trend, this engine also uses single-channel ABS as standard. The Java 300 will compete with the Roial Enfield Classic 350.
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