Published on 31 Mar 2008 by Alison
The new Corsaro Avio Black, the most recent from the moto Morini company is now available in red and black and is out in dealerships. The model, with its red frame and black trim, has the same technical components as the Avio, and also sells at 10,770 euro.
The Corsaro Avio is a naked bike with grunt. The design, developed by Marabese Design, provides a sporty look with a compact tube frame that hides nothing of the Bialberto CorsaCorta engine. A perfect balance of curves and straight lines characterise the bike: the tank, seat and rear have correspoding lines that show off the Italian style.
The twin-cylinder Bialbero Corsacorta at 1187 cc is optimised to supply 120 cv and offers a fluid but substantial performance even at lower revs. The exhaust system has an unmistakable look thanks to the Termignoni twin-coned silencers. Through its well-tuned closed-loop technology with oxygen sensor it respects the Euro3 anti-pollution laws.
The petrol tank is made of anti-scratch nylon, has a capacity of 18 litres and can be raised for access to the big box filter underneath. The Avio weighs 198 kg.
On the front is a Marzocchi Magnum with 50mm diameter stems of exclusive light-weight plating made from alloy: it’s compatible with any driving style thanks to the different adjustment possibilities. The rear has an asymetric fork hiding a single and completely adjustable Sachs shock absorber.
The wheels hold Pirello Diablo tyres at 120/70 on the front and 180/55 for the rear, guaranteeing sufficient grip and surface area to ensure safe and controlled handling of the enormous torque.
The Corsaro Avio has a Brembo brake system enabling powerful and progressive deceleration. The front wheels have twin 320mm discs with four pistons.
via | Moto Morini