Lambretta Furgone C 125

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The Lambretta Furgone C 125.

Technical Specification

Model Furgone C 125
Production Started November 1950
Production Ended October 1952
Frame Prefix N/A
Engine Prefix 125 M
Starting Frame N° 10001
Starting Engine N° 10001
Amount Produced 3,001
Engine 123cc, two stroke, 52x58mm
Power & Rate 4 HP at 4,400RPM
Compression Ratio 1:6
Head & Cylinder Aluminium & Cast Iron
Engine Cooling Forced Air
Crankcase Oil Mobil Oil A 180grams
Starter Pedal
Clutch Multiple discs in oil bath
Gears 3 speed hand shifter (teleflex)
Gear Ratios 1st 1:19
2nd 1:11
3rd 1:7
Ignition Filso or Marelli
Spark Advance 26°-28° 33-35mm on the circumfrance of the flywheel
Point Settings .40-.50mm
Sparkplug Bosch 225, short thread
Primary Gear
Secondary Shaft and gear
Transmission Oil Special Mobil grease 430grams
Carburetor dell'orto MA16 or Zenith 18MTC
Carburation MA16 Main 68, Pilot45, valve 55. 18MTC Main 80-84, Pilot 40
Fuel Mix 5.00%
Fuel Consumption 1lt per 30-35km
Fuel Capacity 6.3lt plus .7lt reserve
Maximum Speed 50.7km/h
Brake Type Front:Mechanically controlled drum
Rear: Mechanically controlled drum
Tire 4.00 x 8
Tire Pressure Front: 1.6ATM
Rear: 1.6ATM
Front Oscillating arms with crosswise leaf springs
Rear Joint attached to motor with hydraulic shock absorber
Dry Weight 140kg
Longitudinal Dimension 2,480mm
Transversal Dimension 1,200mm
Vertical Dimension Box 1,060mm
Max Hight 1,060mm
Ground Clearance 150mm
Wheel Base 1,557mm
Track Width 1,050mm
Minimum Turning Radius 3,500mm
Load Capacity 220kg
System 6 Volt with 7amp battery
Frame Steel tubing with 1,557mm resistence
Cab N/A
Trunk Type Aluminum compartment
Wooden compartment
Wooden compartment with wood reinforcing on the edges
Wooden pickup trunk with wood reinforcing on the edges
Also available as chassis only
Colours Grey, Green, Blue
Steering Handlebar
Accelerator Actuated by twisting of the right handlebar grip
Brakes Foot pedal operates both front and rear combined
with a seperate lever on the right handlebar controling the rear independantly
Clutch Left lever on right handlebar
Gears Actuated by twisting of the left handlebar grip with clutch engaged