Peugeot Jet Force C-Tech R-Cup




Make Model

Peugeot Jet Force C-Tech R-Cup


2008 -


Two stroke, single cylinder


49.9 cc / 3.04 cu-in 

Cooling System



Euro 2


Gurtner Carburetor, 14 mm, NGK CR7EB spark plug


Petrol, super unleaded, E10 ready


12V 12Ah
Ignition  TCI 



Max Power

 5 hp / 4 kW


CVT Automatic

Final Drive

Variomatic, belt



Front Suspension

Hydraulic telescopic fork

Rear Suspension

Hydraulic central strut

Front Brakes

Single 266 mm / 8.9 in disc

Rear Brakes

Single 190 mm / 7.5 in disc

Front Wheel

3-Spoke, steel, 13 in

Rear Wheel

3-Spoke, steel, 13 in

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre


Seat Height

820 mm /  32.3 in

Dry Weight

106 kg / 223.7 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

 7.8 Litres / 2.06 US gal 
Oil Capacity 1.3 Litres / 2.75 US Pts
Top Speed 80 - 90 km/h


Built from 2008, the JetForce 50 C-Tech was the best-selling variant of the JetForce. 


It is ahead of the Gilera Runnerthe most powerful scooter with carburetor engine in the 50 cc class. 


In addition to the annually changing colors, there are also special versions of the C-Tech. These differ from the normal C-Tech only in the color combination and some visual details, such as aluminum treadboards, a Shurican brake disc, vibration dampers on the handlebar ends or carbon parts in the cockpit. 


The engine of the C-Tech is also used in other Peugeot models such as the Ludix and Vivacity (air-cooled), as well as Ludix Blaster (water-cooled) and Speedfight 3 (air / water-cooled). 


The scooter has a helmet compartment under the seat.


The 50 TSDI is another version of the JetForce and its main difference is that it has a fuel injection system rather than a carbutretor - resulting in better fure consumption. It also has a small on-board computer.


The 50 TSDI however had many shortcomings in its fuel injection system, which resulted in Peugeot discontinued procution and rather continued with the C-Tech.