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What is the Italijet Dragster?

One of the more jazzy scooters around, the Dragster, was first introduced in 1997 and built between 1997 and 2002. Apart from the unique space-age design, this scooter is particularly remarkable in its unique forkless RAAD front suspension. This forkless suspension setup is an unusual setup for two-wheelers – the only other one that has used this setup is the Yamaha GTS 1000.

The 2022 Dragster reboot

The Dragster must have clicked with a lot of people because, in 2021 (almost two decades after the discontinuation of the original model), a new, rebooted version was announced. Now available with either a 125cc and 200cc engine, the new Dragster features among other things:
  • Full LED headlights
  • Independent steering system
If you’re interested in hearing more about the new 2022 Dragster, check out this review from Singaporean-based YouTube channel TRI333PLE:

Italijet Dragster Specs

Dragster 125 Specs (2020)

Engine: Single-cylinder, two-stroke, liquid-cooled Displacement: 125 cc Ignition system: CDI Gearbox: Automatic Fuel system: Fuel injection Starter system: Electric starter Fuel capacity: 7 liters / 1.85 US gallons Front tire size: 12″ Rear tire size: 13″ Front brake: Single disc Rear brake: Single disc Wheelbase: 1335 mm/ 52.6 inches Total weight (dry): 108 kilos/238 lbs Source: Bikez.com

Dragster 125 Specs (2020)

Engine: Single-cylinder, two-stroke, liquid-cooled Displacement: 125 cc Ignition system: CDI Gearbox: Automatic Fuel system: Fuel injection Starter system: Electric starter Fuel capacity: 7 liters / 1.85 US gallons Front tire size: 12″ Rear tire size: 13″ Front brake: Single disc Rear brake: Single disc Wheelbase: 1335 mm/ 52.6 inches Total weight (dry): 108 kilos/238 lbs Source: Bikez.com