Zongshen GS 250

Author: admin on 26-07-2013, 07:31

Specifications Motorcycle Zongshen GS 250

Engine and transmission
Engine Type Single-cylinder
Number of cycles 4
Volume 230.00 cubic cm
Number of cylinders 1
Valves 2
Power 17.00l. pro 7500 revolutions per minute
Torque 16.50 Nm per 6000rpm
Fuel system Carburettor
Lubrication system Carter in oil bath
Cooling system Air cooling
Fuel control SOHC
Clutch In the oil bath
Transmission 5-speed
Drive Chain
Fuel consumption 3.36l/100 km
Full speed 115.9km/h
Frame Steel
The front suspension Upside-down
Rear suspension Monoshock
The dimension of the front wheel 110/70-17
The dimension of the rear wheel 140/70-17
Front brake Disc 2 Disc
The diameter of the front brake 279 mm
The rear brake Disc, 1 disc
The diameter of the rear brake 229 mm
Weight and dimensions
Length 2007 mm
Width 762 mm
Height 1092 mm
Seat Height 787 mm
Minimum ground clearance 145 mm
Wheelbase 1387 mm
Dry weight 166.00 kg
Fuel capacity 20.06l
The volume of an oil system 0.90
Colours Silver / Charcoal
Starter Electric and kick starter
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  • Myomin

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Hello!First of all congratulations for your work! I was widenrong if by any chance you could include a template where you can select a specific track and the results of the tune calculations would be optimized for that specific track. Another thing i think would be useful for begginers it would be a kind of minitutorial explaining how the different settings of tuning affects the driving in Forza 3. Another thing (and this is personal request ) that would be appreciated is if you can select if you are playing with a steering wheel or a controller. This last sugestion/request comes from my personal experience, i often end up making different tunes for the same track and car, one for controller and one for steering wheel because the input whit the controller use to be more agressive than the input from the steering wheel.Thank you very much!!