Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Modenas KRISS 110

Modenas Kriss is the first model launched by Modenas in 1996. The model is actually named after a Malay traditional weapon, keris, though some motorcycle shops in the United KingdomAmericanKenny Roberts due to the fact that Modenas had once built some racing motorcycles for Modenas KR Motorcycle Grand Prix team. had mistakenly advertised the model to be named from the acronym of a famous motorcycle racer,

It was previewed to the public during Malaysian National Day parade in 1996 and began production at the end of 1996. The original model only uses drum brakes, but in 1999 the front disc brake model was launched, known as Kriss 2 (or Kriss 115 Sports in some countries). Powered by 111-cc Kawasaki-developed engines, Modenas Kriss becomes the best-selling motorcycle model in Malaysia.

Another Kriss variant known as Kriss SG was launched in 2002. However, unlike other Kriss variants, this model didn't sell very well due to its outdated design.

All Kriss series variants outcame major cosmetic changes in 2003 especially at the lights for newer, better looks.

In 2005, all Kriss 110 variants have been phased out to make way for production of Kristar, leaving only Kriss 100 as the sole variant of Kriss. However, Modenas decided to bring back the Kriss 110 into production in August 2006 due to extremely high demand from the customers, which is known as Kriss 110SE.



Specfication


Code AN110E-E310
Overall Length 1910 mm
Overall Width 670 mm
Overall Height 1050 mm
Wheel Base 1245 mm
Road Clearance 150 mm
Dry Weight 96 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 4.3 L
Fuel Consumption 44 km/litre @ 90 km/hour
Front Tyre 70/90 - 17 38P
Rear Tyre 80/90 H17 44P
Max. Power 6.6 / 8500 kW/rpm
Max. Torque 9.3 / 4000 N.m/rpm

Engine
Type 4 stroke, 1 cyl, SOHC
Bore X Stroke 53.0 X 50.6
Displacement 111
Compression Ratio 9.3
Carburetor KEIHIN PB18 X 1
Ignition System Magneto to CDI
Starting System Kick
Cooling System Air Cooled

Transmission
Type 4 - SPEED RETURN
Clutch Centrifugal and Wet
Primary Reduction Ratio 3.048 (64/21)
Final Reduction Ratio 3.0 (42/14)
Driving System Chain

Chassis
Type Pipe backbone
Front Suspension Telescopic fork
Rear Suspension Trailing swing
Front Brake Drum
Rear Brake Drum

Electrical System
Battery 12 V 3 Ah

My Modenas Kriss










early
with standart body cover.. no disk break!




















added GIVI box & ® Kawasaki sportrim























New Kriss 100 body cover + new Suspension.












New SportRim LC135 look like.
















With my brother. rf1298














In Progress to add new Com* (star) sportrim and disk break!














Complete with front disk break! That blue one my dad kriss!















My Brother Rf1298












Latest. night at Cimb Sungai Petani..

With new Racing Boy Disk break
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