What kind of license do you have to have for a 70 cc motorized bike?
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i know in Connecticut its only legal up to 49 cc's but i have no idea what it is there. that's usually the standard as long as its under 50 cc's.
the biggest cc engine you can ride on is a 50cc on L plates i would suggest buying something like a aprilia rs50 as this will get you used to a feel of a bike they also go faster than the scooters
Answer . its the cubic centimeters of the engine more ccs the bigger the engine
To obtain a bicycle license, contact your city to find out what permits may be needed, if any. To obtain a motorcycle licenses, contact your Secretary of State. You will most likely be required to take a test and meet age requirements.
You need a license but not insurance: http://www.dmv.org/wa-washington/other-types.php#Mopeds_and_Scooters_Defined. DMV.ORG - The Unoffficial Guide to the DMV
Answer . Cubic Centimeters (referring to the engine displacement, ie the engine size).. Specifically, the volume of the cylinder or cylinders.
cc or cubic centimeters/centimeters cubed refers to the displacement size of the engine i.e 600cc 750cc and so on
It means Cross-Country!. Actual Answer: . It refers to the size of the engine, in cubic centimeters. A cc is one one-thousandth of a liter, e.g. a 498cc bike engine is just under half a liter.
cc is the displacement of the engine. the more cc means more displacement this intern creates more power.
in Washington state the largest cc motorized vehicle you can ride is a 50cc or smaller and just a tip you should get a state id just in case a cop pulls u over hope that helped
indeed you do ... u need a licence for anything that has more then 50cc. most of the 50cc engines are actually 49.9cc because as long as it is under 50 cc u do not need a licence... that also applies for boats. indeed you do ... u need a licence for anything that has more then 50cc. most of the 5…0cc engines are actually 49.9cc because as long as it is under 50 cc u do not need a licence... that also applies for boats (MORE)
You do need to license and register a 44cc gas motor scooter in NewMexico. To ride it, you need a valid driver's license of any classor permit.
Does the larger cc in motor bikes make the bike more powerful I am looking at a scooter with an 83cc motor and im wondering if that's related to max speed?
If your question relates to Chinese-built motorcycles, then a larger engine capacity will not always result in a more powerful one. American and Japanese motorcycles of the cruiser category generally feature large engine sizes which produce lower power than litre-size sports motorcycles. So its n…ot just engine size but the state of tune of the engine itself that is the major factor. Kreidler two-stroke 50cc racing motorcycles produced speeds in the region of 202 km/h in GP events in the 60s and 70s. That "scooter with an 85cc motor" that you are considering may not be able to exceed a maximum speed of 58mph, but as I do not have any way of examining it myself my answer is just conjecture. Is it standard, or modified? (MORE)
That would depend upon the local Department of Motor Vehicle's rules as they vary from state to state as the definition of a Moped and Scooter. Im the state of South Carolina, there is no license requirement, just an age restriction. They are allowed only on surface streets and must obey all the law…s of a regular vehicle. They are illegal to drive on the highway or interstate. (MORE)
cc is basically the size of the engine.. you cant really do alot to change it other than an engine transplant.. bore out the piston chambers and portand polish the heads if you are desperate but its usually only a minor gain, especially in a moto engine with li mited number of pistons, so probably… not even worth doing really... (MORE)
No, you need to be over 16 and have a regular license then get your pocket bike registered for plates.
1CC=1 Cubic Centimetre If you have a 50cc 2-stroke motor cycle, you are basically saying that the piston is displacing 50 Cubic Centimetres of air on every rotation of the crank. CC's can also be expressed in MM (millimetre's). When you express CC's in MM's, you are effectively measuring the volume …of displacement. You can try this yourself, by first taking the head of an engine cylinder, blocking off the port holse in th cylinder, placing the piston/crank at BDC(Bottom Dead Centre) and then filling the cylinder with an exact amount of water (basically whatever the CC's are of the engine you're working on). If you're working on a Suzuki RM 125, then you would put 125 millimetres of water in the cylinder, and it would be filled right to the top, without spilling out. (MORE)
meaning of cc ../A cubic centimeter used in measurement of motor size .. any? email email@example.com
yea, just call and ask the dmv near you, thinking about doing it myself, much cheaper than getting a big bike. good luck, tell me how it goes
Simply put, "cc" is shorthand for cubic centimeter. Displacement measures how many cubic centimeteres of the air-fuel mixture moves through one rotation of an engine cycle (each piston moving from top to bottom). For example, if one rotation of the pistons moves 125 cc of the fuel-air mixture throug…h the system, then you have a 125 cc engine. (MORE)
The cc (cubic centimeters) of an IC engine is a measure of the maximum volume that the engine can displace, essentially it tells you how "big" the engine is. Cars usually use liters to designate their engine size. 1 liter = 1000 cc
In the U.K and Channel Islands you can legally ride a motorbike that has an engine capacity of up to 250cc (but not above) without taking a full test.. You must, however, complete a Compulsory Basic Training (C.B.T) course before you will be road legal. These courses are relatively innexpensive and… fairly easy to pass for all but the most inept.. To this writers knowledge, passing a C.B.T course entitles you to two years legal road use before you must either 1)re-take the C.B.T, or 2)Pass a full test. (MORE)
CC refers to the engine displacement or in other words how big the motor is. Larger cc engines produce more power then a low cc engine can. When racing dirt bikes they require the engine size to be near the same size so that everyone has an equal chance in the race. For example: Racing a 125cc bike …against a 500cc bike would be a one sided race. The 125cc bike would not have a chance against the power a 500cc bike puts out. (MORE)
The short answer is No. All mopeds and scooters with engines 49cc or less must have an operator with a CT MVB Drivers License. If above 49cc they must have a motorcycle license and the unit have plates and insurance.
\n. \nCubic Capacity - the unit of measurement for the volume or 'displacement' of the cylinder(s) in the engine.\n. \nCubic Centimeters of displacement, or air/fuel moved through the engine in one complete revolution of the crankshaft.
It depends on where you plan on driving it. on the streets yes. on dirt roads ONLY no.
what size of a moter bike can i drive with a full car licence in northern Ireland. i have not done the bike test yet.
It depends on where you live. You should be able to ride all in the US
yes you do you can get your license for a moterized bike when you are 14 or 15
if you are asking what cc stands for: Cubic Centimeters in US they will also use Cubic Inches sometimes
There are electric bikes(which usually legally are considered bicycles) and there are bikes with combustion engines.(which usually are seen as either scooters/mopeds or motorcycles by the law.) For the combustion engines you can have either 2-stroke engines(which usually are fairly small) or 4-str…oke engines. You can have one cylinder, or several. Then there are a few custom builds with turbine engines and the occasional drag/showbike with jet, or rocket engines. Most bikes run on gasoline, but there are Diesel bikes too. (MORE)
cc stands for cubic centimeter. It refers to the displacement of the piston(s). A 100cc engine has twice the displacement as compaired to a 50cc engine. This does not mean the 100cc motorcycle will go twice as fast as the one having the 50cc engine. It will have more power but probably not double th…at either. There are more determining factors to a bikes performance than the cc's alone. The age and condition of the bike. How much it weighs. Gear ratios, not only of the transmission but if it is chain driven the number of teeth on the front and rear sprocket. Also number of cylinders for the same cc ratings. Compression ratio plays a big part in performance. Then there's the 2 stroke vs. 4 stroke debate. Generally speaking a 2 stroke developes power at higher RPM's or revs than a 4 stroke. Again generally speaking, a 4 stroke has better low rpm power or torque than a 2 stroke. (MORE)
cc is cubic centimeters, the area inside the cylinders (as in 60 cc or 1340 cc)
well the bike with the highest CC is probably one of those huge supermoto racing bikes. i have seen a 1300cc engine, but it had 4 cylinders. there is one guy who made i think a 1000cc single cylinder engine.
No. You'll be required to take classes in order to ride those vehicles legally. The rules of driving a car are not the same as a motorcycle or scooter.
i belive you can only ride a 50cc or 70cc bike on a full driving licence
No, according to our local laws one should get license at the age of 18.
CC can be defined as the power of engine, for example 250 cc bike stand for 250cc is the power of engine for that bike.
the Honda 150rd of couse but if you want a trail get a Honda 150f.
CC usually means Cubic Centimeters and is a value of engine size. It can also be c/c, which means center-to-center and refers to the size of the frame.
hp is the power output of a motor cycle, and stands for horse power . as for cc , this means cubic centermetres , and is used to measure the size of the engine i.e 50cc
There's no solid connection between BHP(brake horse power) and CC(cubic centimeter, the volume of the combustion chamber(s) in the engine). A 2-stroke can output more power for the same volume than a 4-stroke. A high revving engine can output more mower than a low revving engine at the same volume.
you can only be three and under or you can get arrested for being older than that and riding it From maddison age 29
You always need a license if it is street legal. if it is a dirtbike or off-roader, then you don't.
"cc", in discussions of motors, refers to "cubic centemeters" , which is a metric measure of engine displacement. American cars and bikes still refer to "cubic inches" of engine displacement.
It stands for cubic centimeters for the engine.. In trucks 3.4litres would be 3400 cc but bigger engine, more power
This information courtesy of the Arizona DMV: "A moped is a bicycle or human-powered vehicle (with pedals) with a 50 cc or less helper motor, a 1.5 hp or less braking powerand a rated maximum top speed of 25 mph (on a flat surface withless than a one per cent grade). Any class of driver license can… beused to operate a moped. A moped must be registered, but a vehicletitle is not issued. Emissions testing is not required. Vehicleliability insurance is required." (MORE)
Cubic Centimeters. The size of the cylinder(s) in cubic centimeters. There is also CI (Cubic Inch) which is more often referred to in cars and trucks.
To calculate the cubic capacity of an engine cylinder you need to know the stroke height (from bottom dead centre to top dead centre) and the diameter of the cylinder bore - in centimetres. Using Pi (3.142), half of the diameter (ie the radius of the bore or "r"), and the stroke height ("h"), you ca…n use this formula to calculate the cubic capacity of the cylinder. (Pi x "r"squared) x "h") Your dirtbike doesnt tell you its more like what size it is. if its small its prolly a 150cc. if its medium size its a 250cc. if its large its a 450cc. (MORE)
Generally motorcycle blocks are made of either cast Iron, or Cast Aluminium. A lot of custom metals are available for the highest end race teams, but odds are if you run into a modern dirt bike, the block will be cast aluminium, the pistons will be a steel alloy, the crank will be either cast iron o…r a steel alloy, and the Connecting rods (between the pistons and the crank) will be either a steel alloy, or an aluminium alloy. Possibly titanium in various percentages in any or all components. Older engines will be generally the same, but the block will be more than likely made of cast iron. (MORE)