2022 Cobra CX50SRX FWE Specifications

Dry Weight // 88 lbs / 40 Kg
Engine // Cobra FWE Venom 50cc 2-stroke
Bore x Stroke // 39mm x 41.7mm
Induction // Case Reed V-Force® Reed Valve 19mm Carb
Cooling // Liquid cooled Top-end and Case – Twin Radiator
Clutch // Cobra 5Gx Freewheeling 3-Shoe
Controls // Pro Taper Micro Bars (5/8″) / Breakaway Forged Levers
Transmission // Single-speed auto
Exhaust // Works Style tuned pipe and silencer
Lubrication // Mixture lubrication – Spectro SX2
Fuel Capacity // .75 Gallons / 2.8L
Frame // Hybrid Oval/Backbone Twin Spar
Wheelbase // 1038mm
Seat Height // 680mm
Ground Clearance // 245mm
Front Brakes // CARD Hydraulic Disk (160mm)
Rear Brakes // CARD Hydraulic Disk (140mm)
Front Suspension // CARD Smart-Leg 32mm USD Fully Adjustable 210mm travel
Rear Suspension // CARD Fully Adjustable (High & Low Speed) 248mm travel
Wheel Front / Rear // Cobra 12″ Forged & Anodized / Cobra 10″ Forged & Anodized
Tires Front/Rear//Dunlop 2.5×12 Geomax MX33Dunlop 2.75×10 Geomax MX33

CX50SRX FWE “King Cobra”  History

Cobra’s flagship model in 1994 was the King 50. It changed motocross forever by introducing the first true race-ready 50cc motocross bike. Twenty Seven years later, we’re still innovating, and in the time since, the King 50 has kicked off the careers of many of the world’s top racers including Davi Millsaps, Brock Tickle, Zach Osborne, Blake Baggett, Trey Canard, and Eli Tomac not to mention new champions such as Adam Cianciarulo, Cooper Webb, and Chase Sexton.