Fantic Motor have released technical details, images and a video of their 2021 four-stroke 250 enduro model, the Fantic XEF 250. The new model will make its race debut in the 2021 Enduro World Championship and Italian Enduro championship.


FANTIC XEF 250 technical specifications:

Engine: Single-cylinder four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, DOHC

Displacement: 249cc

Induction: Fuel Injection

Bore: 77.0mm

Stroke: 53.6mm

Compression ratio: 13.8:1

Ignition system: TCI

Starting system: Electric starter

Lubrication system: Wet sump

Transmission: six-speed

Clutch: Wet, multiple-disc



Frame type: Aluminum perimeter frame

Caster angle: 27.2°

Trail: 116mm

Rear frame: Aluminium

Swingarm: Aluminium with variable section and progressive link

Rims: 21 x 1.60, 18 x 2.15

Tyres: 90/90 x 21, 130/90 x 18

Brakes: Hydraulic disc ø270mm - Hydraulic disc ø245mm

Front suspension: KYB ø48mm, fully adjustable, wheel travel 310mm

Rear suspension: KYB, fully adjustable, wheel travel 317mm

Length: 2175mm

Width: 825mm

Height: 1270mm

Seat height: 955mm

Wheelbase: 1480mm

Curb weight: 115kg

Fuel tank capacity: 7.9 litre

Engine oil quantity: 0.95 litre

At the time of writing Enduro21 does not have details about the pricing of the new model and availability globally, we'll update when it becomes available. In the meantime, here's a video of the new bike razzing around a quarry... 




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