Cagiva Mito Spesification, Engine and Performance
History and development of the first moto Cagiva Mito is Valentino Rossi, ultimately, 9 times MotoGP world champion. In 1994, Rossi has been provided by a factory Mito Cagiva team manager Claudio Lusuardi and crossed the Italian title. During the 1990 Myth Arc is a rival Aprilia RS125, a similar 2-stroke 125 cc race replica. Model Mk I / II and Mito SP was introduced in 1989 as I. Mc Mk II followed a few changes. SP version has Marchesini wheels and upgraded suspension. Evolution I and II, 1994 bike has been redesigned by Massimo Tamburini, along similar lines to the new Ducati 916 (design, he also wrote). The similarity is particularly visible in the front and rear bumper. Evo that were identified by the 3-spoke wheels and gearbox 7-speed, lower panels gray, solid line. Evo II is identified with a six-spoke wheels and 6 speed gearbox, solid color screen is smaller, the white area in the queue.
Cagiva Mito Evolution 1995 I February 2007, the Malaysian Minister Mofaz announced that it would be holding the last match of a local assembly Mito 125 Evolution Malaysian buyer. Bicycles, known as number Momos Cagiva Mito 125 Fauzy and only 300 made, in order to obtain the run.Two color is available in red and a classic matte black. In 2009, Cagiva Model Evolution fallen, leaving only the Mito SP525 and Raptor 125 in a row. SP525 In 2005 EICMA motorcycle show, Cagiva launched the production version is set to limited competition in the name of Mito SP525. This is a tribute to the Cagiva GP500 (C594) to compete. Machines and some other areas are tuned to continue to move 125 cc, but now produces> 37 hp crank. Front and rear fairings have been modified to show more C594 and lose speed and get 8-spoke forged aluminum wheels, the total weight is low. This bike is not street legal.
In 2008, Cagiva Mito SP525 add a bicycle path (not to be confused with race SP525 above) plus Mito Evo II. As for style, inherited from the new bike features some of the competition SP525-style, almost the same fairings front / rear. Cagiva Mito SP525 Roadbike At the technical level, the bike rolling chassis remains substantially the same with the Evo and the engine still 125cc two-stroke, but few changes, including a new electronic system, carburetion (developed in collaboration with Dell Orto ‘) a second set of air-fuel mixture and ignition of the oil that can pass the stringent Euro 3 emission standards rules. Mito 500 in November 2006 EICMA launched Cagiva Mito 500 concept bike. two-stroke engine has been replaced by 125 cc, 500 cc fuel injection property DOHC four-stroke single, Husqvarna, unable to around 60 hp (45 kW) and 50 Nm
Replacing two-stroke expansion chamber exhaust system, small apparently unbaffled, that just looks out the back of the lower fairing. With a forged metal, weighs 133 pounds – only 4 kg more than the options Cagiva Mito 125 Naked Planet in 1998 Cagiva Mito is responsible for increasing naked planet called Evo, which bears some resemblance to the Ducati Monster. This planet, unlike the Aprilia Tuono has all new fairings in fuel tanks that can hinge upwards to save space, allowing access to the open helmet. In 2003, the Raptor 125 Cagiva Planet stopped and changed his name to a specific motorcycle in 2004, the Raptor 125 is basically the same, but the change in appearance. All specifications are manufacturer claimed and estimated: Engine: liquid-cooling capability, a two-stroke: 124.63 cc Bore / stroke: 56.0 x 50.6 mm Compression ratio (gate closed): 7.4:1 Fuel System: Evolution – 28 mm Dell’Orto carburetor PHBH 28 BD SP525 Road – 28 mm Dell’Orto carburetor VHST Exhaust System: Expansion chamber with Cagiva Torque System valve Ignition: Electronic CDI Transmission Primary Drive: Gear Final Drive: Chain Clutch: Wet, type multiplate Gearbox: 6 – speed – gear constant mesh type, 7-speed in certain previous models. Cycle Parts Frame: Aluminum double extruded beam with cast head pipe and cast rear plates; transverse steering damper swingarm: Banana Wheel: Grimeca light alloy 6-spoke, 17 x 3.00 in Rear Wheel: Grimeca light alloy 6-spoke, 17 x 4.00 in Front Tyre: 110/70 ZR 17 Rear Tyre: 150/60 ZR 17 Suspension Front: Marzocchi 40 mm upside down forks Rear Suspension: Sachs Progressive Monoshock, adjustable for preload Front brake: Brembo single 320 mm fixed disc, Brembo 4 piston floating caliper Rear brake: single 230 mm Brembo fixed disc, Brembo single piston fixed caliper Dimensions Length: 1980 mm (78 in.) Width (w / mirrors): 760 mm (30 in.) Height: 1100 mm (43 in) Seat Height: 760 mm (30 in.) Wheelbase: 1375 mm (54.1 in.) Rake: 25 Trail: 98 mm (3.9 in.) Weight (dry): 129 kg (280 lb) Fuel tank capacity: 14 L Performance (derestricted, measured at the crankshaft) Maximum Power: Evolution – 24.5 kW (33 hp) @ 12,000 rpm Mito SP 525 (’09) – 18 kW (24 hp) @ 12,000 rpm Maximum Torque: 15 lbft (20 Nm) Other Colors: Evolution – [Red] – [Matt Black] – [Black / Gold / White Mito SP] 525 (’09) –  Red -] White [-] Black [- [Red / Price] Grey. With specifications as above expected this bike would be a decent motor in comparison with upper-class motors.