Cagiva 125 Freccia C12 R

Rubric: Cagiva | 10 Апр 2015 | Комментарии к записи Cagiva 125 Freccia C12 R отключены
Cagiva 125 Freccia C12 R

Presented at the Bologna Motor Show December 3, 1988 and marketed since March 1989, Cagiva Freccia C12R is the swan song of the Arrow series and adopt technical solutions that provide the basis for his successor, or the Myth. Although the Arrow begins to feel the weight of years in a market as eclectic as that of 125 road, the few cosmetic changes made to make leaner and C12R C10R fashionable and 7-speed, a true first fruits in the landscape motorcycle world gives the new Arrow that touch of exclusivity which is good mai.La C12R was replaced in 1990 by Mito, although production survive in the economic variant throughout FY 1992. Price in 1989: 5,295,000 Lira Available colors: White, Black ...

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Cagiva Alazzurra? [Archive] — Ducati UpNorth

Rubric: Cagiva | 2 Апр 2015 | Комментарии к записи Cagiva Alazzurra? [Archive] — Ducati UpNorth отключены
Cagiva Alazzurra? [Archive] — Ducati UpNorth

Eddie, I know you love your Pantahs but seriously don’t you reckon whoever designed the fairing had not seen the rest of the bike before they started? Just looks like it came off something else. like an MZ from WW2 perhaps. sorry. o it’s possible that Cagiva borrowed the design from a previous bike, as they seem to have had a place for it (i.e. Ala Rossa, Ala Verde, etc.) but to my knowledge, the Ally’s setup was brand new for it. The frame is substantially identical to a Pantah 600/650TL. Notice the peg and exhaust hangers, compare them to the previously posted Pantah 500’s hangers and now this: http://www.dankelman.nl/images/Modellen/Ducati_TL600.jpg Look at the ...

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2001 Cagiva Raptor 650 —

Rubric: Cagiva | 31 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи 2001 Cagiva Raptor 650 — отключены
2001 Cagiva Raptor 650 —

2001 Cagiva Raptor 650 Eastern Hemishpere, January 15, 2001 If history is to be believed, those polite and refined Italians — fine blokes that churn out design masterpieces by the truckload — were once a rowdy crowd. For ages, bloody battles raged between rival Kingdoms. Unfortunately, it seems that serious conflict between Varese and Bologna is once again looming on the horizon. The matter of dispute? The lucrative … bike market. Thou shall not take this lightly. The granddad of them all, the Ducati Monstro, brings in close to 70-percent of Ducati’s income these days. But Cagiva’s boss, Mr. Castiglioni, is not about to let the Bolognese people dig this gold ...

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Under Construction

Rubric: Cagiva | 26 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Under Construction отключены
Under Construction

350/650 Though the dual-purpose Elefant initially seemed an unlikely recipient for the Pantah engine, it was to become one of the longest running of all Cagiva/Ducati models. Over many years it built a loyal following, particularly in Italy and Germany where large dual-purpose motorcycles have always been very popular. The Elefant also had a successful competition life in important desert races such as the Paris-Dakar and Pharaoh rallies. First dis­played in 750-cc form at the end of 1983, this was the first 750-cc version of the Pantah engine in a production motorcycle. As with the 750 Fl, however, it was some time before the Elefant went into production. This pro­totype 750 was a high-specification ...

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Cagiva Bike Insurance Cover Bennetts

Rubric: Cagiva | 25 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Cagiva Bike Insurance Cover Bennetts отключены
Cagiva Bike Insurance Cover Bennetts

Cagiva Bike Insurance A brief history of Cagiva motorcycles Cagiva was founded by Giovanni Castiglioni in Varese, Italy in 1950, originally producing small metal components. However, the manufacturer entered the motorcycle industry in 1978 with the launch of the Cagiva Elefant 650, a dual-sport bike with a Ducati engine. By 1979, Cagiva reached an annual production of 40,000 motorcycles and had an eight-model range of bikes from 125cc to 350cc. At the end of the Seventies, Cagiva tried its hand at Grand Prix motorcycle racing – Randy Mamola was its star rider from 1988 to 1990. The manufacturer signed former world champion Eddie Lawson to its team in 1991 and he went on to claim the company’s ...

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Ducati Alazzurra GT 350/650 Repair Manual

Rubric: Cagiva | 21 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Ducati Alazzurra GT 350/650 Repair Manual отключены
Ducati Alazzurra GT 350/650 Repair Manual

Ducati Alazzurra GT 350 — GT 650 Repair/Maintenance — Workshop Manual Supplied in easy to read and print pdf format and works with all operating systems; Windows XP, Vista, 7, MAC, etc. (any device that reads pdf format) plus there’s No waiting for delivery! Introduction and Maintenance General Operations Adjustments Wheel hub bearings Chain tensioner alignment Engine Final drive Frame Warning lights Cylinder compression Spark plug Fuel system Brake clutch fluid level Engine oil filter Head torque Timing belts Locks and hinges Engine type Identification Valve clearance Wear on the brake pads Instruments Cooling Overall dimensions Battery electrolyte ...

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Cagiva Navigator 1000

Rubric: Cagiva | 13 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Cagiva Navigator 1000 отключены
Cagiva Navigator 1000

The Navigator is based on Cagiva’s Gran Canyon trailbike, but with the engine replaced by Suzuki’s TL1000 engine. Cagiva’s own exhaust and intake system has produced an engine with lower peak power than the TL1000R, or Cagiva’s own Raptor 1000 (which also uses the TL engine). But the Navigator is still one of the most powerful trail-styled bikes available, and is comparatively light, giving it sharp performance. The V-twin engine allows for a narrow chassis and low air resistance for higher top speed. But while the small front-fairing looks good, it does not offer as much protection as some of the Navigator’s larger competitors. The soft suspension and strong brakes ...

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Cagiva Repair and Maintenance — Workshop Manuals

Rubric: Cagiva | 10 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Cagiva Repair and Maintenance — Workshop Manuals отключены
Cagiva Repair and Maintenance — Workshop Manuals

Workshop Manuals for Cagiva Motorcycles The manuals available have been written to cater for your exclusive model, where each and every page is relevant. all the information you need to go about carrying out simple or complex repairs, as well as the basic motorcycle maintenance. — Throttle. Do it your self (DIY auto repair) is so much easier when having the correct repair manuals. Everything you want to know about your cagiva motorcycle can be found within. All the Information needed to repair, service and maintain. Cagiva Motorcycles Cagiva Motorcycle Company was founded in 1950. It is an Italian company and was first established by Giovanni Castiglioni in Varese. The company initially ...

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PROJECT BIKE: 1985 Ducati Cagiva 650 SS Alazzurra with Pantah Motor

Rubric: Cagiva | 7 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи PROJECT BIKE: 1985 Ducati Cagiva 650 SS Alazzurra with Pantah Motor отключены
PROJECT BIKE: 1985 Ducati Cagiva 650 SS Alazzurra with Pantah Motor

Selling a 1985 Ducati / Cagiva Alazzurra 650 project bike. The Good Part: 1985 Ducati / Cagiva Alazzurra 650. V-Twin Ducati Pantah engine, Ducati-type trellis frame, Marzocchi Forks/Shocks, dual Dellorto carbs, Brembo brakes in great shape. New Tires front/rear. New o-ring chain. KN air filters. Replaced peg rubbers (not shown in pictures). Flushed brake and clutch fluids. Recently replaced front brake and clutch reservoirs. Bubs exhaust is lighter than stock and give the bike at traditional Ducati sound. New battery. Very clean bike. Paint and body are an easy 9 out of 10. I believe this bike has been repainted since it has a Ducati logo on the tank. Less then 300 of these sold in 1985 ...

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Cagiva 125 SST vintage motorcycle 1980

Rubric: Cagiva | 6 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Cagiva 125 SST vintage motorcycle 1980 отключены
Cagiva 125 SST vintage motorcycle 1980

History and evolution In 1960 the American Harley Davidso n and the Italian Aermacchi (previously named Aeronautica Macchi) from Varese, form the companies AERMACCHI HARLEY DAVIDSON for production of light motorcycles in Italy. Since 1973 the brand becomes AMF-HD, Since 1973 the brand becomes AMF-HD . when the American Machine Foundry took the place of Aermacchi. Motorcycle production stops in 1978, when Harley Davidson decides to abandon the Italian production. In the same year Cagiva, born as small metal parts factory founded by Giovanni Castiglioni, relieve the company to continue the motorcycle pruduction. Below is a brief history of his first workhorse, the SST 125 . 6F SS 125 THE REAL ...

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