Suzuki Belang R150 vs Yamaha 135LC 5-speed Specs Comparison




Model / Comparison Suzuki Belang R150 2011 Yamaha 135LC 5-speed
Bore x stroke 62.0 x 48.8 mm 54.0 x 58.7 mm
Displacement 147 cc 134.4 cc
Cam system DOHC 4-valve with PAIR system, air-cooled SOHC 4-valve, liquid-cooled
CDI DC-CDI with 3 pre-programmed mappings DC-CDI with single mapping
Power (kW) 12.65 kW at 9500RPM 9.2 kW at 8500RPM

Torque (Nm) unknown 12 N.m/6000 rpm
Transmission 6-speed (1-N-2-3-4-5-6) 5-speed (1-N-2-3-4-5)
Cylinder tech SCEM (Suzuki Composite Electrochemical Composite) DiASil (die-cast Silicon Aluminium alloy)
Carburetor Mikuni BS26SS Mikuni BS25
Comp. Ratio 10.2:1
Fuel tank capacity 4.9 l 4.0 l
Engine oil capacity Without filter change – 1,000ml
With filter change – 1,100ml
1.0 l
Front Suspension Telescopic Telescopic
Rear Suspension Monocross Monocross
Top speed (not official) 140km/h (equivalent to 2010 Yamaha 135LC 4-speed at 180km/h) not known yet
Front / Rear Brake System 2-piston caliper 3oomm disc brake / 1-piston caliper disc brake 2-piston caliper 267mm disc brake / 1-piston caliper disc brake
Weight 108kg 110kg
Fun factor 5 star 5 star
Famously known as Underbone King King of Moped
Price RM8,211.70 OTR cash 1st party all rider RM7,300-7500 OTR cash 1st party all rider

I have compiled and make a comparison between these two lovable bikes that might gets into your garage soon. Some prefer the Belang and some prefer the 5-speed of 135LC. In my opinion, both of these bikes are great in their own way. There are many reasons a rider choose a specific bike, maybe it is because brand loyalty, fuel efficiency, styling, price and others. So, it is really up to you to choose which one you really like. Make your own research and get the best bike that you always wanted for.

The reason why I did this comparison is because both of the bikes have nearly same specs with nearly same price.

DiASil Cylinder

Features of the technology
The DiASil Cylinder is an all-aluminum cylinder made possible by an exclusive Yamaha aluminum forging technology. Because it uses a 20% silicon aluminum alloy, it is possible to create a cylinder wall that is so hard and durable that it eliminates the need for a conventional steel cylinder sleeve. And, because the cylinder is all aluminum, it has excellent heat dissipation qualities and reduces engine weight at the same time. (Aluminum dissipates heat at 3.1 times the rate of steel.) The T135 is the first ASEAN market model and only the second Yamaha model of all to adopt this advanced technology, following the Japanese market model “Grand Majesty 250.”

PAIR System
Reduces exhaust emission

DOHC can provides better power but there is a lot more mechanical loss compare to SOHC since there is much more parts and weight to be moved by the crankshaft. The fewer parts of SOHC also provides lower maintainance cost.

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Co-founder of Bikes Republic and a motoring journalist by night. He is a self described enthusiasts with a passion for speed but instead rides a Harley and a J300. A man of contradictions, he is just as passionate about time off in the quiets as he is about trail braking into turn one at Sepang Circuit on two or four wheels.

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