This special Race Edition comes painted in a Pearl White colour with race inspired graphics. The instrument console has readout for speed, revs and also has a lap timer, 0-60 kmph speed recorder and service indicator along with other information display as well. The bike has an analogue-digital combo cluster with a blue backlit display and includes 0-60 kmph speed recorder, lap timer and service indicator among others. Fuel tank extensions add a muscular look to the overall package. The most visible change in the 180 Race Edition is the new body graphics that give a sleek look to the motorcycle. It is equipped with an all-new, back-lift speedometer with dial-art, new seats and new handle-bar end dampers for better stability and precision.
The instrument console offers the important information such as speed, revs, lap timing, service indication and recorded 0-60kmph speed. Engine mechanism has also been updated. The well-received styling cues include the sharp design for the headlight and a wind deflector at the front. Currently, it competes against the. This enables the rider to find the quickest line around the corner without losing any speed. The 2019 version has the same engine and design.
The motorcycle remains mechanically unchanged and is powered by a 177. In addition to this, the blue-backlit digital instrument panel will feature a 0-60kph and lap timer, along with the usual features such as an odometer, tripmeter, service indicator and fuel gauge. The Race Edition also features a 270 mm front and a 200 mm rear petal disc as standard. The styling is based on a unique racing carbon fibre theme which denotes light-weight attributes and racing intent. Coming to the engine, the Race edition still gets the same engine as on the previous gen 160, which is a 159. The motorcycle, which boasts of a 0-60kmph in 4.
The motorcycle, which boasts of a 0-60 kmph in 4. The system offers 22% force reduction during upshifts while downshifts during critical conditions will now even become easier. It also gets a blue backlit digital instrument cluster which features a 0-60kmph speed recorder, lap timer and a service indicator. Powering the motorcycle is the same 177. There is a new badge on the fuel tank as well.
This makes it slightly more expensive than the old model. The motorcycle special edition comes in a single colour, pearl white, and will be offered with front and rear disc brakes as standard. It has a digital dashboard with a blue backlit display and numerous tell-tale signs which includes 0-60 kmph speed recorder, lap timer and service indicator amongst others. The special edition bike gets bold styling and graphics that make it look quite different and sporty. On the other hand, the braking mechanism includes the front and rear roto petal disc brakes. Thanks to the new clutch, the clutch lever pull is also expected to get lighter, which in turn will reduce fatigue.
The availability of disc brakes at the front and at the rear are standard. With the new colour variant, there are now seven colour options available. For 2019, the bike remains mechanically identical to the current bike. The motorcycles are already on sale in market to ensure proactive compliance to the regulatory requirement laid down by the Government of India. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The slipper clutch allows the riders to downshift aggressively without letting the rear wheel lock.
The Race Edition costs Rs 550 more than the regular bike and sports a Pearl White colour scheme with race-inspired graphics. The engine is mated to a new five-speed transmission. The system provides ultimate braking control while allowing sharp feedback. As the name suggests, the bike gets a white paintjob with red stripes on the fuel tank, the front mudguard and the rear body panel near the grab-rail. The motorcycle is available in five colour options - Pearl White, Gloss Black, T Grey, Matte Blue and Matte Red. Also See — Commenting on this, Mr.
Power Asia-Pacific Quality survey in 2016. The Race Edition gets no mechanical updates, with the 177cc, single-cylinder motor producing 16hp at 8,500rpm and 15. The older model was available in black, while the new one appears to have a different finish and a unique red and white stripe. The new machine comes with racing-inspired graphics along with front and rear discs brakes. Apart from these minor changes, the rest of the bike remains similar to the regular versions. The brakes, suspension and the frame have been comprehensively updated as well. Apart from that, the bike retains the full digital instrument console which has a blue backlight.
With a kerb weight of 137 kg, the brand claims the bike has best-in-class power to weight ratio. For the latest and , follow CarAndBike on , , and subscribe to our channel. The styling is based on a racing carbon fibre theme, further accentuated by the new race-themed graphics. The milestone, and the refresh is part of the celebration. With a mission to have one of the highest readership figures of senior-level executives and investors in India, Business Connect brings its edition on monthly basis. Also Read: The Race Edition continues to use the 177. The motorcycle now comes with slipper clutch, windscreen and all-new race inspired graphics as standard.