2021 ZFORCE 1000 EPS LX

Beresford,Fredericton

Condition

New

Make

CF Moto

Model

ZFORCE 1000 EPS LX

Year

2021

2021 ZFORCE 1000 EPS LX

TOP FEATURES

• 963 cc engine with BOSCH injection and ignition system

(79 HP / 60.5 ft/lb)

• Adjustable gas shock absorber in compression,

spring rebound and preload

• Continuously Variable Transmission of CVTech-IBC

• Electric Power Steering (EPS)

• 60“ wide offering increased stability

• 3000 lbs winch

• Digital display dashboard with full instrumentation

• 14’’ Aluminium alloy wheels

• 12V outlet

• Mirrors

• LED headlight with integrated turn signals

ENGINE

• Type: V-Twin Cylinder, 4-stroke, 8-valve

• Displacement: 963 cc

• Engine management: BOSCH EFI

& ignition system

• Maximum torque: 60.5 FT/LB @ 6200 rpm

• Maximum power output: 79 HP / 7000 rpm

• Cooling system: Liquid

• Starting: Electric

• Battery: Yuasa, 30 Amp

SIZE / WEIGHT

• Length x width x height: 2870 x 1510

x 1845 mm (113 x 59.4 x 72.6 in)

• Wheelbase: 2040 mm (80.3 in)

• Ground clearance: 310 mm (12.2 in)

• Fuel tank capacity: 27 L (7.1 gal)

• Curb weight: 610 kg (1345 lb)

• Towing capacity: 680 kg (1500 lb)

• Rear box capacity: 100 kg (220 lb)

TRANSMISSION

• CV-Tech IBC clutch system: Primary

and secondary variable transmission

• Gear box: L / H / N / R / P

(parking lock shift system)

• Power train: 2 wheel / 4 wheel drive,

electric locking differential

WHEELS

• Front wheels: Aluminium alloy (14 x 7 in)

• Rear wheels: Aluminium alloy (14 x 8 in)

• Front tires: AT 27 x 9 x 14

(STAG 6 ply rating)

• Rire tires: AT 27 x 11 x 14

(STAG 6 ply rating)

SUSPENSION AND STEERING

• Front suspension: Double arm

independent suspension, Gas shock

absorber with separate adjustable

rebound & compression

• Front travel: 270 mm (10.6 in)

• Rear suspension: Double arm

independent suspension, Gas shock

absorber with separate adjustable

rebound & compression

• Rear travel: 260 mm (10.2 in)

• Steering: Electric Power Steering (EPS)

BRAKES

• Front and rear brake disc system