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Mito MK1 7 speed '89-91


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Dimensions L x W x H - 2000 x 760 x 1130mm
Heights: Seat - 795mm
Min Ground Clearance - 150mm
Wheelbase - 1380mm
Empty weight - 121Kg
Fuel Tank Cap. - 18L, 98Ron min
Frame: Main - Double girder with tubular extrusion
Rear - Square section steel
Suspension: Front - Marzocchi 38mm RWU with adjustable preload. 7.5W oil, 280ml per leg
Rear - Marzocchi with adjustable preload
Brakes: Front - Single 320mm Disc with Brembo 2pot caliper
Rear - Single 230mm Disc with Brembo 1pot caliper
Brake fluid - Dot 4
Wheels: Front - Grimeca 2.75" x 17"
Rear - Grimeca 4.00" x 17"
Tyres: Front - 110 x 70 x 17 (Alt 100 x 80 x 17)
Rear - 150 x 60 x 17 (Alt 140 x 70 x 17)

Engine type - Single Cylinder 2 Stroke
Cooling - Liquid, 1.5L
Displacement - 124.63cc (Bore 56mm Stroke 50.6mm)
Clutch - Multiplate in oil bath
Oil - 4T 15/50, 800ml
Gearbox - 7 speed sequential
1st - 11/30 (2.727)
2nd - 14/26 (1.857)
3rd - 17/24 (1.411)
4th - 21/24 (1.142)
5th - 23/22 (0.956)
6th - 22/19 (0.863)
7th - 22/18 (0.818)
Primary drive - 20/65 (3.25)
Secondary drive - 14/43
Gear Type - Helical
Ignition - Electronic (CDI with variable advance)
Charge Type - 12v 2 phase 120W
Starter - 12v 500W

Power - 31.13HP @ 10400rpm
Torque - 2.17Kg @ 10000rpm
Cylinder - 60433
Head - unmarked, dome type
Piston - Twin Ring Dome Top
Comp Ratio - 6.3:1 (corrected)
Squish - 1.35 to 1.50mm
Timing - 1.00mm before TDC
Exhaust Expansion - 66499
Exhaust Silencer - ????
Spark Plug - N2C or BR9EGV, 0.5mm gap
CTS Op. - 7250RPM

Airbox - Front facing inlet with elephant nose snorkel
Carb - Dellorto PHBH 28RD
Slide - 45
Needle - X19 2nd notch
Idle Jet - 48
Floats - 6.3g
Main Jet - 148
Sprayer - 266T
Idling/choke Jet - 65
Airscrew - 1 Turn out
Power Jet - 90
Idle Diffuser - B48




Mito MK1 7 speed '89-91

Dimensions L x W x H - 2000 x 760 x 1130mm
Heights: Seat - 795mm
Min Ground Clearance - 150mm
Wheelbase - 1380mm
Empty weight - 121Kg
Fuel Tank Cap. - 18L, 98Ron min
Frame: Main - Double girder with tubular extrusion
Rear - Square section steel
Suspension: Front - Marzocchi 38mm RWU with adjustable preload. 7.5W oil, 280ml per leg
Rear - Marzocchi with adjustable preload
Brakes: Front - Single 320mm Disc with Brembo 2pot caliper
Rear - Single 230mm Disc with Brembo 1pot caliper
Brake fluid - Dot 4
Wheels: Front - Grimeca 2.75" x 17"
Rear - Grimeca 4.00" x 17"
Tyres: Front - 110 x 70 x 17 (Alt 100 x 80 x 17)
Rear - 150 x 60 x 17 (Alt 140 x 70 x 17)

Engine type - Single Cylinder 2 Stroke
Cooling - Liquid, 1.5L
Displacement - 124.63cc (Bore 56mm Stroke 50.6mm)
Clutch - Multiplate in oil bath
Oil - 4T 15/50, 800ml
Gearbox - 7 speed sequential
1st - 11/30 (2.727)
2nd - 14/26 (1.857)
3rd - 17/24 (1.411)
4th - 21/24 (1.142)
5th - 23/22 (0.956)
6th - 22/19 (0.863)
7th - 22/18 (0.818)
Primary drive - 20/65 (3.25)
Secondary drive - 14/43
Gear Type - Helical
Ignition - Electronic (CDI with variable advance)
Charge Type - 12v 2 phase 120W
Starter - 12v 500W

Power - 31.13HP @ 10400rpm
Torque - 2.17Kg @ 10000rpm
Cylinder - 60433
Head - unmarked, dome type
Piston - Twin Ring Dome Top
Comp Ratio - 6.3:1 (corrected)
Squish - 1.35 to 1.50mm
Timing - 1.00mm before TDC
Exhaust Expansion - 66499
Exhaust Silencer - ????
Spark Plug - N2C or BR9EGV, 0.5mm gap
CTS Op. - 7250RPM

Airbox - Front facing inlet with elephant nose snorkel
Carb - Dellorto PHBH 28RD
Slide - 45
Needle - X19 2nd notch
Idle Jet - 48
Floats - 6.3g
Main Jet - 148
Sprayer - 266T
Idling/choke Jet - 65
Airscrew - 1 Turn out
Power Jet - 90
Idle Diffuser - B48

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Mito Mk1 7 speed '91 Racing Lucky Exporer, '92 / Lawson





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Dimensions L x W x H - 2000 x 760 x 1130mm
Heights: Seat - 795mm
Min Ground Clearance - 150mm
Wheelbase - 1380mm
Empty weight - 121Kg
Fuel Tank Cap. - 18L, 98Ron min
Frame: Main - Double girder with tubular extrusion
Rear - Square section steel
Suspension: Front - Marzocchi 38mm RWU with adjustable preload. 7.5W oil, 280ml per leg
Rear - Marzocchi with adjustable preload
Brakes: Front - Single 320mm Disc with Brembo 2pot caliper
Rear - Single 230mm Disc with Brembo 1pot caliper
Brake fluid - Dot 4
Wheels: Front - Grimeca 2.75" x 17"
Rear - Grimeca 4.00" x 17"
Tyres: Front - 110 x 70 x 17 (Alt 100 x 80 x 17)
Rear - 150 x 60 x 17 (Alt 140 x 70 x 17)

Engine type - Single Cylinder 2 Stroke
Cooling - Liquid, 1.5L
Displacement - 124.63cc (Bore 56mm Stroke 50.6mm)
Clutch - Multiplate in oil bath
Oil - 4T 15/50, 800ml
Gearbox - 7 speed sequential
1st - 11/30 (2.727)
2nd - 14/26 (1.857)
3rd - 17/24 (1.411)
4th - 21/24 (1.142)
5th - 23/22 (0.956)
6th - 22/19 (0.863)
7th - 22/18 (0.818)
Primary drive - 22/72 (3.272)
Secondary drive - 14/41
Gear Type - Helical
Ignition - Electronic (CDI with variable advance)
Charge Type - 12v 2 phase 120W
Starter - 12v 500W


Power - 32.64Hp @ 11000rpm
Torque - 2.17Kg @ 10700rpm
Cylinder - 66650E
Head - unmarked, dome type
Piston - Twin Ring Dome Top
Comp Ratio - 7.6:1 (corrected)
Squish - 1.25 to 1.35mm
Timing - 1.00mm before TDC
Exhaust Expansion - 68090
Exhaust Silencer - ????
Spark Plug - N84 or BR9.5EGV, 0.5mm gap
CTS Op. - 7250RPM


Airbox - Front facing inlet with elephant nose snorkel
Carb - Dellorto PHBH 28RD
Slide - 70
Needle - X33 2nd notch
Idle Jet - 48
Floats - 6.3g
Main Jet - 148
Sprayer - 266T
Idling/choke Jet - 65
Airscrew - 1 1/4 Turns out
Power Jet - 95





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1990 was a year especially rich in news and although all the houses have faired list of the 125, thanks to the incredible commercial success with the Honda NSR series and F-IFI,
Submitted May 18, 1990 in the frame of the Nations Grand Prix in Misano Adriatico and marketed from June, the Cagiva Mito, excuse the pun, a real myth. 
Aprilia and Cagiva decide to go their own way in of naked until then had exclusive jurisdiction Honda. Aprilia presents his interpretation of the theme with the beautiful nude and classical Europe, directly inspired by a motorcycle naked 70s, and presents the Cagiva Mito, a 125, which although initially marketed without casing is directly inspired by Cagiva 500 grand prix. However, both bikes collect a commercial success only fair, although for two different reasons: if Europe is a motorcycle might taste too retro to be fully appreciated by a sixteen year old,
the Myth, however, is too much racing to be free Hull. Definitely is rather misleading comparison with the NSR-IFI be far from the 125 sold more than just the absence of the hull, the real key to the success of Honda scarenata home is certainly less aggressive character and the overall approach that combines some sportiness and ease of riding with technical equipment of all respect, but at a price. If this was the winning formula of Atessa, Varese could not take a much more different: the uncompromised Myth is a thoroughbred race-inspired machines and requires experience to be taken to the limit. If Cagiva wanted to present a motion to rival the NSR-IFI could not choose a bike more 'unfit: Myth and the hull without' really like a fish out of water. Fortunately, in the autumn of 1990, the house has a beautiful version faired Varese accompanied by a kit specifically marketed to dress even the Myth previously sold without a fairing. Wanting to quote
President Claudio Castiglioni "
The bikes are objects that make you dream. Have different colors and sounds, have forms that reveal the inspiration of those who have conceived. Sometimes these creations are real works of art engineering that make the project artist. "With the introduction of Myth faired a myth was born. A motion which has undergone a remarkable commercial success and although subject to physiological changes and restlying, there are still in list after eighteen years after its launch, confirming a bestseller among the sixteen today.

The front there is a 38mm Marzocchi telescopic hydraulic fork with preload adjustable and the rear of the known system with Soft Damp Marzocchi shock absorber adjustable in spring preload is delayed compared to the Arrow. The Brembo brake system produced by the front has a disk served by a single 320mm floating caliper with two parallel pistons and the back of a hard drive and served as a 230mm dual-piston fixed caliper opposed. The alloy wheels with three races produced by host Grimeca radial tires in sizes: 100/80x17 to 'front and 140/70x17 or 150/60x17 rear. Weight without fuel and found 'of 123 kg for scarenata and 129 kilograms for the hull.

Engine:
The Myth of the engine is closely related to the unit mounted on C12R "base" and thus retains the same cylinder (cylinder code 60433) with the same valve CTS and the peculiarities of the 7-speed. The few changes, mostly functional, with respect to C12R are:
1990 was a year especially rich in news and although all the houses have faired list of the 125, thanks to the incredible commercial success with the Honda NSR series and F-IFI,
Submitted May 18, 1990 in the frame of the Nations Grand Prix in Misano Adriatico and marketed from June, the Cagiva Mito, excuse the pun, a real myth. 
Aprilia and Cagiva decide to go their own way in of naked until then had exclusive jurisdiction Honda. Aprilia presents his interpretation of the theme with the beautiful nude and classical Europe, directly inspired by a motorcycle naked 70s, and presents the Cagiva Mito, a 125, which although initially marketed without casing is directly inspired by Cagiva 500 grand prix. However, both bikes collect a commercial success only fair, although for two different reasons: if Europe is a motorcycle might taste too retro to be fully appreciated by a sixteen year old,
the Myth, however, is too much racing to be free Hull. Definitely is rather misleading comparison with the NSR-IFI be far from the 125 sold more than just the absence of the hull, the real key to the success of Honda scarenata home is certainly less aggressive character and the overall approach that combines some sportiness and ease of riding with technical equipment of all respect, but at a price. If this was the winning formula of Atessa, Varese could not take a much more different: the uncompromised Myth is a thoroughbred race-inspired machines and requires experience to be taken to the limit. If Cagiva wanted to present a motion to rival the NSR-IFI could not choose a bike more 'unfit: Myth and the hull without' really like a fish out of water. Fortunately, in the autumn of 1990, the house has a beautiful version faired Varese accompanied by a kit specifically marketed to dress even the Myth previously sold without a fairing. Wanting to quote
President Claudio Castiglioni "
The bikes are objects that make you dream. Have different colors and sounds, have forms that reveal the inspiration of those who have conceived. Sometimes these creations are real works of art engineering that make the project artist. "With the introduction of Myth faired a myth was born. A motion which has undergone a remarkable commercial success and although subject to physiological changes and restlying, there are still in list after eighteen years after its launch, confirming a bestseller among the sixteen today.

The front there is a 38mm Marzocchi telescopic hydraulic fork with preload adjustable and the rear of the known system with Soft Damp Marzocchi shock absorber adjustable in spring preload is delayed compared to the Arrow. The Brembo brake system produced by the front has a disk served by a single 320mm floating caliper with two parallel pistons and the back of a hard drive and served as a 230mm dual-piston fixed caliper opposed. The alloy wheels with three races produced by host Grimeca radial tires in sizes: 100/80x17 to 'front and 140/70x17 or 150/60x17 rear. Weight without fuel and found 'of 123 kg for scarenata and 129 kilograms for the hull.

Engine:
The Myth of the engine is closely related to the unit mounted on C12R "base" and thus retains the same cylinder (cylinder code 60433) with the same valve CTS and the peculiarities of the 7-speed. The few changes, mostly functional, with respect to C12R are:
Adoption of a new exhaust system with aluminum silencer always
Adopt new filter box
Adoption of a new curved radiator
largerCase cover slightly modified in shape, size and painting.
Crown 43 teeth (instead of 41 on C12R)
The cylinder is always mounted on the 60433 C12R and even the exhaust valve and CTS remains unchanged.
The carburetor is the Dell'Orto PHBH 28 RD, although calibrated differently.
The amendments improve the delivery of the engine now more inclined to return even from 3000 rpm and as the possible increase of the maximum power to the wheel now turns out to be 30.20 to 10500giri hp (29.68 hp at the 10250giri C12R). Top speed is reported to be 163km / h and 165km for scarenata / h for the hull. (163 km / h C12R). With regard to evidence of recovery in the 400 meters from 50km / h Myth recorded a time of 19.961 seconds at an output rate of 95.24 km / h lower than a benefit to the result of 19.538 seconds at an output rate of 101.02 km / h detected by the C12R.
Adoption of a new exhaust system with aluminum silencer always
Adopt new filter box
Adoption of a new curved radiator
largerCase cover slightly modified in shape, size and painting.
Crown 43 teeth (instead of 41 on C12R)
The cylinder is always mounted on the 60433 C12R and even the exhaust valve and CTS remains unchanged.
The carburetor is the Dell'Orto PHBH 28 RD, although calibrated differently.
The amendments improve the delivery of the engine now more inclined to return even from 3000 rpm and as the possible increase of the maximum power to the wheel now turns out to be 30.20 to 10500giri hp (29.68 hp at the 10250giri C12R). Top speed is reported to be 163km / h and 165km for scarenata / h for the hull. (163 km / h C12R). With regard to evidence of recovery in the 400 meters from 50km / h Myth recorded a time of 19.961 seconds at an output rate of 95.24 km / h lower than a benefit to the result of 19.538 seconds at an output rate of 101.02 km / h detected by the C12R.




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The myth Racing Lucky Explorer (or Sport Production)
Launched in December 1990 at the Bologna Motorshow and sold since April 1991, Mito Racing, also known as Lucky Explorer or Sport Production, is thought to participate in the Italian Sport Production championship.
Motion in one livery Lucky Explorer as its progenitor Arrow SP, Racing take only minor changes to risopetto
Myth "base." We see such as:
Adoption of a new cylinder (cylinder 66650E)Lamellar carbon fiber New exhaust system and carburetor magazine
Ratios shortened primary New rear shock adjustmentThe benefits identified by the various magazines of the period are not, as usual, homogeneous: some detect a maximum power to the wheel 29.76 bhp at 10,750 rpm (and thus lower the Myth base) and others to collect over 32cv 11000giri. The same applies for the maximum speed ranging from 166 to 172km / h. Definitely elevated, but as always subject to the particular mechanical state of the tested machine and many other factors. You can still cautiously suppose that the same conditions, a better performance of Racing is a "base". The Racing is not a limited edit


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The Myth Denim Made for a competition for the eponymous brand, the denim is a limited edition of Myth MY 91 and carried in special white livery that features produced in limited edition ... only 300 or 500 pieces? Cagiva initially thought to produce 300 pieces limited edition + 1, ie the motion that the lucky winner of the contest will be brought home. However, things went differently, thanks to the enormous success that the myth had found, Cagiva, perhaps unwisely, and certainly angering the owners of the first 300 Denim, decided to produce another 200 bikes up to a total, like, 500 +1 specimens. The first set of 300 pieces and 'characterized by a label placed on the steering plate and indicates the numbering 1 / 300, 2 / 300, ect. 200 Subsequent versions bear a label rather than where it was without number / 300, or 301, 302, ect ... There are no differences or mechanical cycling than the Myth MY 1991.

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The legend Eddie Lawson ReplicaPresented at the Milan Show in November 1991 and shipped immediately after, the Eddie Lawson Replica is a replica of the 591 V Cagiva rider Eddie Lawson in 1991 and with whom he placed seventh. Aesthetically, the only noticeable difference is the livery characterized by the presence of different sponsors on the hull, the tables with 7 yellow and red circles painted. The chassis remains unchanged compared to the other Myth and the engine remains the same as the Mito Racing using the same cylinder (cylinder 66650E). A mechanically the only major change seems to be the new silencer coated carbon fiber.The Eddie Lawson Replica is not a limited edition series.

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