Aiming the commuter motorcycle segment in India, Kinetic launched the Boss under the 100cc class in 2002. Indian Cricket legend, Kapil Dev was appaointed as the Brand Ambassodor of the bike. The Boss was powered by a 97.2cc, Air cooled 4-stroke, single cylinder engine. It delivered peak power of 7.0 bhp @ 7500 rpm and respectful torque of 6.6 Nm @ 5500 rpm. Its engine was mated with a 4-speed transmission. Even though the bike was packed with all necessary components, the machine couldn't win the hearts of millions and unfortunately, Kinetic had to stop the production of the Boss.
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|Engine Displacement||97.20 cc|
|Engine Details||Air cooled 4-stroke, single cylinder|
|Engine Starting||Kick Start|
|Maximum Power||7.0 bhp @ 7500 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||6.6 Nm @ 5500 rpm|
|Top Speed||90 kmph|
|Front Brake||Internally expanding drum|
|Rear Brake||Internally expanding drum|
|Chassis and Suspension|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic hydraulically damped|
|Rear Suspension||Swingarm type adjustable for preload|
|Wheels / Rim|
|Front Tyre||2.50 x 18 - 6 PR|
|Rear Tyre||3.00 x 18 - 6 PR|
|Length x Width x Height||1950 x 730 x 1050 mm|
|Ground Clearance||120 mm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||12 litres|
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