News: Moto Morini’s 2020 three models

 News: Moto Morini’s 2020 three models

Moto Morini unveils three models in the 2019 EICMA.

  • 6 1/2 Seiemmezzo (650cc)
  • Super Scrambler (1200cc) and
  • XCape (650cc)

6 1/2 Seiemmezzo

    • 6 1/2 Seiemmezzo is new platform that Moro Morini has built for a mid-size scambler.
    • The bike gets a full LED headlight that looks similar to its elder sibling Super Scrambler which is 1200cc.
    • The engine is 649cc with a 5″ inch TFT dash to show vital information to the rider.
    • It also gets 1460 mm of wheelbase.
    • Handlebars made to go for long hauls.
    • The frame is made of steel.
    • 50 mm upside-down front fork that is fully adjustable. The rear suspension gets a single shock absorber.
    • 6-speed gear transmission.

Super Scrambler (1200cc)

    • The elder sibling of 6 1/2 Seiemmezzo gets off-road tires and adapted suspension to ride it on tracks.
    • Since 2000 this 1200cc engine is largest make from Moto Morini camp.
    • Super Scrambler gets 1187cc with four valves, liquid cool engine.
    • The other innovative solution provided to Super Scrambler are two opposite chains are moved by a common shaft that goes via the V Twin cylinder to help reduce the latency.
    • 107 mm bore that its one of kinds allows valves to release the twin-cylinder at high revs.
    • In short, the Super Scambler is a fun riding livery in a naked form.

XCape

  • The midsize adventure model is 19″ front wheel and 50 mm front adjustable fork.
  • 649cc, 2 cylinders, liquid cool engine.
  • The saddle space is 83cm from the ground but is also comfortable for tall riders.
  • 50 mm upside-down front fork that is fully adjustable. The rear suspension gets a single shock absorber.
  • 6-speed gear transmission.
  • The dash gets 7″ TFT display for important information that it provides to the rider.
  • LED headlights, travel panniers are all part of the package.
  • The standard version will get 48hp.
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