Moto Morini has uncovered another sets of mid-range cruisers bare bikes called Seiemmezzo.
Indeed, a 650 engine. Indeed, rigorously talking a 649cc, yet “Sei e Quarantanove Centesimo” doesn’t exactly have a similar ring to it.
Both element a similar fluid cooled 649cc equal twin engine, which produces 61 strength and 54Nm. That determination both the Moto Morini Seiemezzo STR and Moto Morini Seiemezzo SCR – which both weigh around 200kg (Morini just give a rough dry weight) – to a maximum velocity of 105mph. That estimated 200kg can be expanded by filling the 16-liter gas tank.
Both the Morini STR and Morini SCR likewise include twofold 298mm front brake circles, and a solitary 255mm back plate. Also, the front and back brakes of the two bicycles include double cylinder calipers, and the two bicycles highlight ABS from Bosch.
At the point when we come to suspension, we find both Seiemmezzi with 43mm front forks from Kayaba which give 120mm of wheel travel. At the back, the monoshock is likewise from Kayaba, with customizable preload and 120mm travel. Moreover, the back shock is associated with the back tire by an aluminum swingarm on the two bicycles, while the casing is steel.
Moto Morini Seiemezzo STR.
One of the really visual contrasts between the two bicycles is the wheels. Obviously, the SCR highlights wire-spoked wheels to finish the ‘scrambler’ look, while the wheels of the STR are amalgams. The two bicycles, however, have their wheels circled by tires from Pirelli, and their Angel GT range. 120/70-18 at the front, 160/60-17 at the back.
A last specialized distinction between the SCR and STR lies in the aspects. The SCR (2150mm x 890mm x 1155mm) is higher and more extensive than the STR (2150mm x 820mm x 1120mm). The wheelbase (1425mm) and seat level (810mm) are something very similar on both Seiemmezzi.
The Moto Morini Seiemmezzo STR will be accessible in “Starlight White”, “Fire Red”, “Smoky Anthracite”; while the SCR will come in “Naval force Green” and “Night Black”.