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Gilera Stalker

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Gilera Stalker
Engine50cc two-stroke, air cooled, single cylinder Piaggio Hi-PER2

The Stalker is a scooter produced by Gilera.

The Stalker is a scooter equipped with knobby tires , which would make it suitable for any terrain and is in direct competition with the Yamaha BW'S and the Piaggio Typhoon , one of the most successful models on the market.

The first series of this moped was equipped with two-stroke engine with air cooling forced, disc brake of Grimeca in the front and drum brake rear.

Later a limited version also went into production, the DD (double disk brake).

The naked version has been in production since 2007, which differs for the "naked" handlebar, the movement of the front arrows on the hub of the handlebar and the adoption of 12" wheels with road rubber, with this version the Piaggio HI-PER2 engine was also adopted in the classic version.

Engine Type 49.40 cc (3.015 cu in) single cylinder two stroke
Bore/Stroke 40.0 mm × 39.3 mm (1.57 in × 1.55 in)
Compression Ratio 9.9:1 (±0.5)
Carburation Dell'Orto PHVA 17.5 RD
Idle speed 1800 to 2000 rpm
Starting system Electric starter/kickstarter
Transmission Automatic expandable pulley variator, torque server, V-belt, automatic clutch, gear reduction unit
Front Suspension Upside-down hydraulic telescopic fork
Rear Suspension Coaxial spring and hydraulic shock absorber
Front Brakes Ø 190 mm (7.5 in) disc brake
Rear Brakes Ø 110 mm (4.3 in) drum brake
Front Tire 120/90-10"
Rear Tire 130/90-10"
Ignition Capacitive discharge type electronic ignition with incorporated high voltage coil
Battery 12V 4Ah
Trail 71 mm (2.8 in)
Wheelbase 1,230 mm (48 in)
Length 1,760 mm (69 in)
Width 720 mm (28 in)
Saddle Height 810 mm (32 in)
Kerbside Weight 87 kg (192 lb)
Liquids capacity
Fuel 6 l (1.3 imp gal; 1.6 US gal), including 1.5 l (0.33 imp gal; 0.40 US gal) reserve
Engine oil 1.2 l (0.26 imp gal; 0.32 US gal), including

0.4 l (0.088 imp gal; 0.11 US gal) reserve


  1. "Engine - Gilera Stalker 50 Service Manual [Page 9] | ManualsLib". Retrieved 2021-05-21.

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