News 2011 Kymco Super 8 50 2T | Preview

2011 Kymco Super 8 50 2T | Preview

2011 Scooters

Building on the popularity and success of the Super 8 Sport styled series scooter, Kymco brings you the Super 8 50 2T.

From its introduction into the US market, the Super 8’s overall performance, attention grabbing graphics and aggressive sport bike attitude have made it both IndyCar and NHRA Race Team’s pit scooter of choice.

The new 2-stroke, oil injected, EPA compliant engine coupled with KYMCO’s flawless CVT automatic transmission add up to unbelievable performance, fuel economy and the best value in a 50cc scooter available today.

Available in three bold race color combinations of Red/White, Blue/White and Black/Silver.

2011 Kymco Super 8 50 2T Specs:

Engine Type 2-Stroke

Displacement 49cc

Bore x Stroke 39×41.4

Cooling System Forced Air

Ignition Electric/Kick

Transmission CVT Automatic

Front Suspension Telescopic Forks

Rear Suspension Dual Shocks

Front Brake Disc

Rear Brake Drum

Front Wheel/Tire 100/80-14

Rear Wheel/Tire 120/80-14

Dimensions (LxWxH) 76.3″x29.3″x48.8″

Wheelbase 52.7″

Seat Height 30.5″

Fuel Capacity 1.3 gal

Weight 233 lbs

Available Colors Red/White, Blue/White, Black/Silver

Warranty 2 Year Factory

Instrumentation Speedometer, Odometer, Fuel & Clock

MSRP $2,099.00

KYMCO’s roots in the motorsports industry go back to its founding in 1963 as the Kwang Yang Motor Company, Ltd., with headquarters in Taiwan.

Long a leader in quality, fuel economy, and versatility, today KYMCO manufactures motor scooters, motorcycles, and ATVs at five plants in Asia, including the main facility in the city of Kaohsiung.

KYMCO is the largest scooter manufacturer in Taiwan and currently exports to 88 countries worldwide. All KYMCO plants use the latest technology for the engineering and production of reliable engine, chassis, and other components. Since 2004, KYMCO has been officially accredited for ISO-9001 quality in manufacturing.

KYMCO is committed to maximum customer satisfaction and constant innovation, making use of the most advanced CAD/CAE tools to bring superior engineering and design to their products.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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