Moto Morini goes crazy, releases really cool Scrambler

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SCRAMBLER_front.jpgBecause two is better than one, because motorcycles should always come in black, and because anything with knobbly tires is just cooler, Moto Morini is complementing the 1200 Sport with the 1200 Scrambler. While the Scrambler also is scheduled to start production in March, we’ve yet to get the official “DENIED” concerning getting these stateside.

Specs after the jump.>

  Engine  Moto Morini – Bialbero CorsaCorta 

  Cylinders   2 

  Layout  87° V longitudinal 

  Strokes   4 

  Cooling  Liquid cooled 

  Timing system  Double overhead camshaft 

  Valves per cylinder  4 

  Bore x stroke   107 x 66 mm / 4,21 x 2,59 inch 

  Displacement   1187 cc 

  Compression ratio  12.5:1  

  Power   86 Kw – 117 HP @ 8500 rpm  

  Torque   102 Nm – 10.4 Kgm @ 6700 rpm 

  Fuel system   Magneti Marelli indirect electronic injection with 54 mm 

/ 2,12 inch Ø throttle body 

  Ignition  I.A.W. electronic 

  Starting   Electric 

  Lubrication  Forced with trochoidal pump  

  Gearbox  With constant mesh spur gears 

  Gear ratio  6 

  In first   13/36 

  In second  17/32 

  In third  20/30 

  In fourth  22/28 

  In fifth  23/26 

  In sixth  24/25 

  Clutch   Wet, multiplate type     

  Primary drive   Spur gears 55:31 

  Final drive  Chain 17/40 

  Exhaust  Silencer, 3-way catalytic converter with oxygen sensor  

  Emissions control   Euro 3

  Frame 

 Verlicchi high-strength steel tube trellis frame 

  Wheelbase   1500 mm / 59,05 inch 

  Headstock rake  26.5° 

  Rake  120 mm / 4,72 inch 

  Front suspension   Marzocchi upside-down fork with 50 mm / 1,96 inch Ø 

legs 

  Front wheel travel   150 mm / 5,90 inch 

  Swing arm   With large section, made of hydroformed aluminum 

  Rear suspension   Single lateral shock absorber with fully adjustable 

piggy back tank  

  Rear wheel travel   170 mm / 6,69 inch 

  Front brake   Brembo 320 mm / 12,59 inch  double disc with 4- 

piston callipers 

  Rear brake   Brembo 220 mm / 8,66 inch single disc with 2-piston 

calliper   

  Front tire   110/80 R19 Tubeless 

  Rear tire  150/70 R17 Tubeless 

  Rims  Excel spoke rims with aluminium channel  

  Front rim size   MT 2.50 x 19” 

  Rear rim size   MT 4.50 x 17” 

     

  Size and weights   

  Total length    2180 mm / 85,82 inch 

  Max. width    865 mm / 34,05 inch (excluding rear-view mirrors) 

  Seat height    825 mm / 32,48 inch 

  Min. height from ground  162 mm / 6,37 inch 

  Steering angle   34° rh/lh 

  * Dry weight  198 Kg / 440 lbs 

  * Moto Morini indicates the weight of the motorcycle complete with 

battery, cooling liquid, engine oil and without fuel   

     

  Capacity   

  Tank capacity   21 litres / 4,62 UK gal 

  Reserve capacity   4,5 litres / 1 UK gal 

  Instrumentation    

  Instrument panel  Electronic/analogical rev counter and speedometer 

with multifunctional LCD display  

  Versions    

  Colours  Black/white with black frame  

    

  Warranty  3 years


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  • http://www.thetransportationrevolution.com Max

    tail= Triumph Street Triple; wheels, tires & exhaust= Triumph Scrambler; front fender= Triumph Speedmaster; frame= Ducati Monster. it is a compilation, but they did a good job of taking all those individual great components and made a good looking bike

  • Grant Ray

    It’s okay if you’re jealous that an Italian company is making a lighter faster Scrambler than Triumph, Max. We understand.

  • Wes Siler

    This reminds me of the Triumph Speed Triple from Mission Impossible II, they had to put knobblies on it to do the off road stunts and they were visibile in the film. Very Mad Max.