Famel Flash Super Sport
Famel (Fabrica de Produtos Metalicos Lda), Famel was one of the largest Portuguese moped manufacturers between 1960 and 1994. Based in Águeda, the company built different models using Zündapp engines. The most popular model was the XF17 from 1970.
Their latest product was the world's first electric scooter, developed in 1993. Famel Electric or Electron, fully produced with Portuguese technology in collaboration with Efacec. In 1994 Famel closed the factory gate. In Águeda, Portugal, Zündapps were built in 1989 by the company Famel-Zündapp.
Engine: A cylinder two-stroke, 49.9 cc, air-cooled Maximum Power: 1,425kW at 5500 RPM Carburation: Dell'Orto carburetor type SHA-14-12 Electronics: Flywheel (12 Volt) Transmission: Chain Number of gears: 5 Coupling: Multiple wet plates
Frame: Construction: Cradle frame Suspension for: Muted telescopic fork Suspension Rear: Suspension arm with Hydaulically damped Spring elements, adjustable Tire size: Front: 2.75 x 17 "Rear: 3.00 x 17" Fuel tank capacity: 9 liters, of which 1 liter reserve Brakes for: Disc brake, 220 mm diameter Rear brakes: Volnaaf drum brake, 160mm diameter
Sizes and Weights: Dry weight: 73 kilos Wheelbase: 1235 mm Length: 1910 mm Width: 680 mm Seat height: 765 mm