I know it isn't a 125, but anyone think it looks like an R1???
Compared to its predecessor the RS2, the RS3 is more modern, slimmer and better equipped.
The bike retains the RS2’s two-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Minarelli engine and impressive brakes made up of a 280mm front disc with twin piston calliper and 220mm rear disc.
But there’s an updated, perimeter-type frame made up of twin, triangular-section steel tubing, new Showa inverted 35mm front forks, a single-shock rear suspension and a bigger tank which now has a capacity of 12 litres (two litres more than on the RS2).
Italian made Minarelli AM6 liquid cooled single cylinder 2 stroke (same as used in Aprilia RS50).
6 speed manual gearchange.
Bore x Stroke: 40.3mm x 39mm.
Dell'Orto PHBN 16 carburettor.
Triangular double cradle double steel tube.
Front suspension: Showa Racing USD 35mm Sports
Mono-shock rear shock absorber.
Front tyre size: Michelin 100/80x17. Rear Michelin 130/70x17
280mm front disc brake with twin piston caliper.
220mm rear disc brake.
Seat height: 845mm
Dry weight: 115.5kg.
Fuel capacity: 12 litres