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Discussion in 'Australia' started by JohnG., Apr 25, 2008.
4 hr movie. From the north of Europe to south of Africa on T7s.
A movie to watch out for. Missile from the East. A movie about Ernst Degner defecting from the east to join Suzuki.
Sound like a good one. MCN says it will premier on Sept 18 on Sky Documentaries HD
I get Fox. Hope it is on there.
Mat Oxley's book is a great read on the subject too, recommended; https://www.google.com/search?client=opera&q=oxley+stealing+speed&sourceid=opera&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
He sells them direct too; https://matoxley.com
Maybe not to @Eaglebeak's liking.
Today MotoMorini tweeted a preview of a new model, which shows it to be a retro model, and the poster's watermark shows the words Seemmezzo, who is also the retro model of the MotoMorini, so who is it? Let's go on and look down. The X-Cape comes after MotoMorini unveiled a five-year plan that will see Seeemezzo. It seems that MotoMorini has laid out the entire line. The MotoMorini's upcoming model is the Seeemezzo 650 Scrambler, which was unveiled at the Milan Motor Show in 2019, a retro climbing style. Positioning is the same as the current domestic model Spring Breeze 700CL-X. The Seiemmezzo650 is a retro model with Scrambler style. Chassis armor, equipped with all-terrain tires, the Scrambler style is reflected in the most vivid, it uses the first 19 inches after 17 inches of tire matching, with the X-CAPE650 consistent, tires should be the same Pirelli scorpion tire, that is, you can think of it as X-CAPE street car version, outdoor pass capacity must be not vulgar. The Seiemmezzo 650 Scrambler is no particular surprise on the engine, and the X-Cape is powered by a 649cc water-cooled engine with a maximum power of 45kW and a maximum torque of 56Nm. Whether the specific power parameters will be adjusted is uncertain, this engine we are already familiar with, here is not much introduction, sliding clutch to add to the whole car will be a great improvement in the riding feeling. It's a shame if the Seeemezzo 650 Scrambler is powered by its own V-cylinder engine. The configuration is equipped with the first double 300mm diameter floating brake disc with double piston caliper, the rear 255 mm brake disc with double piston caliper, in addition to the ABS can be closed, the car has no other electronic auxiliary decoration, 50mm diameter inverted fork adjustable, travel stroke of 120mm. The rear single barrel is preloaded with adjustable shock absorption and the travel stroke is 125mm. The car is equipped with the current mainstream 5-inch TFT color meter, seat height of 825mm. However, after domestic production, perhaps will increase and upgrade some configuration, while sitting high will also be adjusted to meet the needs of domestic consumers. The Seiemmezzo 650 Scrambler will probably be a two-model strategy (see chart below), not just the Scrambler style, but a Cafe Racer-style version. For example, the replacement of larger and wider road tires, separation handles, plus humps and so on, this will be more competitive, consumers have more choice, will certainly bring a lot of pressure on the spring breeze 700CL-X series. The arrival of the Seiemmezzo 650 Scrambler will be a direct competitor to the Spring Breeze 700CL-X, and the personal feeling that the introduction of the Seeemezzo 650 Scrambler with the Spring Breeze engine is still a bit of a lack of purity, if you can have a MotoMorini's own V-cylinder engine that would be even more tasteful. So believe that the Seeemezzo 650 Scrambler may have an advantage in selling price, do you expect?
Arhmmm, no thanks.
By gosh I cant work out what dialect of Italian that is.
^^^^^ bloody hell, another Kwak 650!^^^^^^^^^