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Mito MK2 7 speed '92


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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 40mm USD. 7.5W oil, 420ml per leg
Rear - Marzocchi with adjustable preload
Brakes: Front - Single 320mm Disc with Brembo 4pot 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 - 14/41
Gear Type - Helical
Ignition - Electronic (CDI with variable advance)
Charge Type - 12v 2 phase 120W
Starter - 12v 500W


Power - 32.83HP @ 11100rpm
Torque - 2.17Kg @ 10750rpm
Cylinder - 72625
Head - 200G Dome type
Piston - Twin Ring Dome Top
Comp Ratio - 8.2:1 (corrected)
Squish - 1.2 to 1.3mm
Timing - 1.00mm before TDC
Exhaust Expansion - ????
Exhaust Silencer - ????
Spark Plug - N84 or BR9.5EGV, 0.5mm gap
CTS Op. - 8000RPM


Airbox - Front facing inlet with elephant nose snorkel
Carb - Dellorto PHBH 28RD
Slide - 60
Needle - X3 2nd notch
Idle Jet - 48
Floats - 6.5g
Main Jet - 148
Sprayer - 266BC
Idling/choke Jet - 65
Airscrew - 1 1/2 Turns out
Power Jet - 95
Idle Diffuser - B48

Mito Mk2 7 speed '92 Racing SP

Power - ??
Torque - ??
Cylinder - 72666
Head - 200L Flat type
Piston - Single Ring Flat Top
Comp Ratio - 8.5:1 (corrected)
Squish - 0.65 to 0.75mm
Timing - 1.55mm before TDC
Exhaust Expansion - 68090
Exhaust Silencer - ????
Airbox - Front facing inlet with elephant nose snorkel
Carb - Dellorto PHBH 28RD
Slide - 40
Needle - SX18 2nd notch
Idle Jet - 55
Floats - 6.3g
Main Jet - 175
Sprayer - 266T
Idling/choke Jet - 65
Airscrew - 1 1/4 Turns out
Power Jet - 80
Idle Diffuser - Not listed ???????

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Mito Mk2 7 speed '93 Replica (Kosinski, Lawson, Lucky) & mk 2 Evolution




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 40mm USD. 7.5W oil, 420ml per leg
Rear - Marzocchi with adjustable preload
Brakes: Front - Single 320mm Disc with Brembo 4pot 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 - 14/41
Gear Type - Helical
Ignition - Electronic (CDI with variable advance)
Charge Type - 12v 2 phase 120W
Starter - 12v 500W



Power - 31.12HP @ 11500rpm
Torque - 1.94Kg @ 11250rpm
Cylinder - 73037
Head - 200H, Flat type
Piston - Single Ring Flat Top
Comp ratio - 10.2:1 (corrected)
Squish - Piston should be 0.5mm below cylinder top face
Timing - 1.55mm before TDC
Exhaust Expansion - 68090
Exhaust Silencer - ????
Spark Plug - N84 or BR9.5EGV, 0.5mm gap
CTS Op. - 8000RPM


Airbox - Front facing inlet with elephant nose snorkel
Carb - Dellorto PHBH 28RD
Slide - 40
Needle - X71 2nd notch
Idle Jet - 50
Floats - 6.3g
Main Jet - 148
Sprayer - 266EN
Idling/choke Jet - 65
Airscrew - 1 1/4 Turns out
Power Jet - 95
Idle Diffuser - Not listed ???????





Presented and marketed in early 1992, the second series of Myth is a moderate evolution of the 1991 version, the 125 Street sold in Italy that year. While mantenenedo unchanged beautiful line, adopting new upside-down forks and a new front fender contribute to the Myth II even more beautiful and aggressive of the previous version. In the opinion of the writer, the version is the most successful aesthetically Eddie Lawson Replica Replica II presented in 1993: a motion very wonderful. Proposed in new livery, the Myth II remains in production for two years when he comes worthily replaced by Mito EV directly inspired by the master Tamburini designed the Ducati 916.
The Myth II is essentially identical to the previous motion and also the two livery chosen for the 1992 season are not too dissimilar to what was seen the year before. However, the adoption of the new inverted front forks and new front fender give so well have to improve a line that was already close to perfection. The quality of assembly and plastic is always excellent and all are covered with transparent adhesive written to protect them in time. Only novelty in the panorama of equipment aboard the Myth II, instrumentation gains a new graphics as clear and readable and adopt a new tailpipe muffler in aluminum but with a spout.

Chassis:
Although the frame and swingarm remain the same as prcedente version el'impianto brake front suspension components are to receive more substantial changes. For the first time on a road Cagiva 125, the front fork upside down and adopt the new Marzocchi 40mm replaces the traditional 38mm Monat on the previous model. Even the front brake system can be considered partially renewed with the adoption of a pump and a new larger diameter Brembo four-piston fixed caliper that is always the same 320mm floating discs. There are no changes regarding the rear suspension still served by known Soft Damp and from the same rear brakes. Unchanged in shape and size of the wheels.



Engine:
The engine is mounted on the known 7-speed The Myth and the few changes are as follows:Adoption of a new cylinder (cylinder code 72625)New exhaust system with aluminum terminal now has a spoutCTS recalibrated valve to open to share 8100giri instead of 'the 7250 version of the previousAlso because of renewed carburetor, the engine of Myth II gains something at high speed and temperament even more 'sporty than its predecessor.
Due to a gentlemen's agreement between the various manufacturers, the 1992 saw manufacturers omit the data of power and speed 'maximum from their press releases. Even magazines are adapted posting impressions of driving, yet without including the usual Torque measurements and performance. Each MDO, according to a survey published maximum power to the wheel of Myth II should be 32.8 hp and 11,100 rpm speed for a 'maximum of 174.3 km / h. power to the wheel of Myth II should be 32.8 hp and 11,100 rpm speed for a 'maximum of 174.3 km / h.








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