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Targeted towards riders aged between 16 and 35 years old, the Modenas CT115S is powered by a 115cc four-stroke, carburetor engine which produces a maximum output of 8.8hp at 9,000rpm and 8.1Nm of peak torque at 5,000rpm. The engine is paired with a four-speed transmission. Fitted with a 4.8-litre fuel tank, the Modenas CT 115S also comes with a few notable features such as a five-step adjustable Monoshock suspension, a 12V electrical charging socket under the seat for owners to charge devices like smart phones (first in class) , a trailing rear swing arm, front disc brake, and an electric starter. As much as the design of the bike is concerned, Modenas has nailed it with the CT 115S. Built from scratch at the Modenas’ plant in Gurun, Kedah, the CT 115S is basically the sportier variant of the CT range, featuring an improved, more aerodynamic design than the CT 100, which was launched two years ago. Featuring a sharp, bold and modern design, the CT 115S is arguably the best looking Modenas to roll out of the factory to date. Available in two colours, the bike looked good from any angle we looked at it. In terms of riding experience, the 115cc engine powering the bike did a good job in delivering power seamlessly, and churned out decent amount of torque. Throughout our stint at the Elite Speedway, never once did the bike showed signs of struggling, even while being ridden by lanky riders. Complementing the smooth engine was the smooth gear-shifting, which added to an enjoyable riding experience. Handling wise, the CT 115S was very agile, allowing us to change directions and manoeuvre it as we wished without breaking a sweat. Even in terms of build quality, Modenas has done a good job as it didn’t feel cheap, and had no unnecessary vibration while riding. As nice as the CT 115S was, there are a couple of things which could have been better in our opinion. Firstly, the bike’s seat is ideal only for small and medium sized riders. If it was slightly wider, it would be nice for big sized individuals. Besides that, the handlebars could have been positioned slightly higher as well, in order to appeal to taller riders. These minor hiccups aside, things were fine and dandy with the CT 115S.

Engine Type : 4 stroke, SOHC
No. of Cylinders : 1-Cylinder
Bore & Stroke : 53.75 mm x 50.6 mm
Displacement : 114.8 cc
Compression Ratio : 9.9 : 1
Primary Reduction Ratio : 3.048
Final Reduction Ratio : 3.000
Cooling System : Air Cooled
Driving System : 4 Rotary Speed (Bottom)
Carburetor : SPACO, AV20

Clutch : Centrifugal
Transmission Type : Gear

Ignition System : Magneto - CDI
Starting System : Kick Starter & Eletric Starter
Battery : 12 V 5 Ah

Frame : Square Pipe Backbone
Suspension : Front - Telescopic Fork
Rear - Trailing Swing Arm
Brake : Front - Disc
Rear - Drum
Fuel Tank Capacity : 4.8 Litres
Fuel Consumption : 80 km/h @ 46.8