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QUASAR Motorcycle Manuals PDF

Quasar 50-180 2004 Manual
Quasar 50-180 2004 Manual
Quasar 50-180 2004 Manual.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.1 MB
Quasar 125 180 2004 Manual
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.7 MB

History of Quasar Motorcycles

Some QUASAR Motorcycle Manuals PDF are above the page.


The Quasar is a "feet forward" type motorcycle with a roof, invented by Malcolm Newell and Ken Leaman, whose production spanned between 1975 and 1982.


This model is based on the engine of the Reliant Robin 3-wheeled car, and can reach, or even exceed, in good conditions, 145 to 160 km / h2.


The driver sits, feet forward, in the passenger compartment, unlike more conventional motorcycles where he usually rides the vehicle.


The Quasar has a roof covering its driver, which is unusual for this type of vehicle. The motorcycle has a laminated glass windshield and wipers, like a car.


The cockpit structure forces the driver to move his head often to avoid blind spots due to the metal uprights on the sides.


A 60 L storage trunk is available behind the driver.


One such project was the Phasar, powered by a massive Kawasaki Z1300 6-cylinder engine, but without a roof.