Presented to the 65° Motorcycle Exhibition in Milan, where it collected success between its fans, the new Mito SP525 it is just available in all Cagiva dealers.
Cagiva is proud to have been able to change what a being "two-stroke engine" means and to have been able to blend the new technology into the Mito 125. The research and investments made by Cagiva, mean that those days when the words "twostroke" implied only great performance are finally gone. They now also mean caring for the environment.
2008 Cagiva Mito SP525
The integrated ECS (Electronic Carburetion System) administers exactly the right amount of fuel (both the air/petrol and oil mix) and was developed in collaboration with Dell’Orto. The control unit also governs the ignition system. While keeping costs under control and sales prices competitive, this brings the two-stroke 125 engine to Euro 3 standards, yet maintains all the advantages that two-stroke engines can offer: lightness, performance and low running costs.