Published on 29 Apr 2009 by Toni M.
The new Moriwaki MD600 bike was presented to media gathered at the Polini Grand Prix of Japan last Friday, with the Japanese firm announcing plans to participate in the forthcoming Moto2 class, which is set to replace the current 250cc category.
The 600cc 4-stroke bike was presented as a third evolution of the prototype machine developed by Moriwaki Racing and built by Moriwaki Engineering.
ENGINE : Honda CBR600RR (PC40E) Water-Cooled 4 Stroke DOHC 4 Valve, 4 Cylinders.
Displacement : 599cc
Bore x Stroke : 67.0mm x 42.5mm
Overall Length : 2,000mm
Weight : T.B.A
Frame : MORIWAKI Original Aluminum Frame
NOTE: Above proto-type specification may change after the confirmation of the FIM technical regulations.
Source | moriwaki