Friday, 11 August 2017

Cagiva mito 125 quick look specs sheet

Brakes
FrontDisc
Front Disc Size320mm
Front-Pistons-per-caliper4
RearDisc
Rear Disc Size230mm
Rear-Pistons-per-caliper2
Dimensions
Length1980mm
Width760mm
Height1100mm
Fuel Capacity14 L
Electrics
Voltage12v
Ignitioncdi
Bulb-Headlighth3 and h1
Engine
TypeLiquid Cooled 2 Stroke Reed Valve Straight Single
Bore x Stroke56x50.6
Startingelectric
Carburationdelorto vbh 28mm
Carburation Main Jet
Carburation Idle Jet50
Pilot Screw Setting2
Transmission
Sprocket front14
Sprocket rear41
Misc.
Motorcycle Stylesports
Colour Optionsred / yellow/gray/black
Place of Manufactureitaly
Power
Top Speed160 kph 100mph full power
Max Power Output31 bhp
Tyres
Front110/50/17
Rear150/50/17

Cagiva Supercity 125 quick look specs sheet

Brakes
FrontDisc
Front Disc Size320 mm
Front-Pistons-per-caliper2
RearDisc
Rear Disc Size230 mm
Brake fluidDOT4
Dimensions
Dry Weight125 kg
Fuel Capacity14 litres
Electrics
Voltage12v
Spark PlugsNGK BR9EG
Engine
TypeLiquid Cooled 2 Stroke Single
Bore x Stroke56 x 50.6 mm
Compression Ratio7.6:1
Displacement125 cc
StartingElectric starter
Transmission
Clutch TypeWet multi plate
Sprocket front01
Sprocket rear42
Final DriveChain
Chain Number of Links112
Transmission7 Speed
Gearchange Pattern1 N 2 3 4 5 6 7
Power
Fuel Consumption17.7 km/lit
Top Speed142.0 km/h
Standing 1/4 mile14.8 sec / 140.4 km/h
Max Torque2.1 kg-m @ 10200 rpm
Max Power Output34 hp @ 10400 rpm
Suspension
Front40mm Inverted telescopic upside-down forks
RearSoft Damp single shock preload adjustment.
Tyres
Front110/70-17
Rear150/60-17

Cagiva Mito 50 ( Prima ) Quick look specs sheet

Brakes
FrontDisc
RearDisc
Brake fluidDOT-4
Dimensions
Dry Weight89 Kg
Fuel Capacity7.25 litres
Electrics
Voltage12v
Spark PlugsNGK B9ES
Engine
TypeLiquid Cooled 2 Stroke Straight Single
Bore x Stroke40,0 x 39,8 mm
Displacement49.9 cc
StartingElectric
Transmission
Sprocket front1
Sprocket rear49
Final DriveChain
Chain type428
Misc.
Motorcycle StyleSports
Place of ManufactureItaly
Suspension
FrontTelescopic Forks
RearMonoshock
Tyres
Front90/90-16
Rear120/80-16

Monday, 23 January 2017

Cagiva Mito Engine rebuild parts

Just thought id do a post on the parts i use to rebuild engines

If you USA try here for parts 


Gasket sets i always use these NE brand ones excellent quality never had a failure





You can Buy full gasket sets here      or      Top end only here 







As for bearings i try to use Koyo or SKF bearings 





Buy Main crank bearing here         or          full engine bearing kits here                                                              





Athena Seals New oil seals need to be fitted on every rebuild                                                                           

                                                                            
Buy Athena Engine seals from here                                                                                      




I always use Vertex pistons only ever had good results with them                                                    

                                         



Buy vertex pistons from here                                                                                             








I sometime use Mitaka barrels 2 i had good success with them so cant fault them obviously OEM is better .
                      




Friday, 9 December 2016

Cagiva mito 125 7 speed gearbox 5P engine Gears ( difference )

I get asked a lot about the differences between the 7 speed and 6 speed bikes .

Usually the 7 speeds are fitted alonmg with better barrels carbs and exhausts so yeah there is a big difference , i have tried and ordinary 6 speed with a 7 speed and yes it was also fun .

Im not the sort to obsess about power and gear ratios etc but yes 7 speeds are fun but then again so are 6 speeds .


Here is how you tell if you engine is 6 or 7 speed and the mechanical differences .




As you can see in above picture ( not very clearly )  the engine code stamp 5P this tells me it is the 
7 speed engine .


under this stamp is the engine number 

Mine begins with BG97   which tells me its a 1997 model so a cagiva mito evo 1 1997 .



That s how you tell year and if its 7 speed from the outside of engine .


Here are the internal differences 

The engine cases are thje same as in a six speed Cagiva just shave off a bit of metal to be able to squeeze in the extra gear .



close up picture of machined casing 




The only other differences are in the gearbox itself obviously 7 gears on input - output shafts 



Cagiva also added an extra selector fork which is needed to select the gear , i presume the shafts are the same lengths as before to avoids case changes and i also assume the selector drum would be different ill find out when i get a 6 speed in bits to compare .