For 2014, the Motor Morini Corsaro 1200 Veloce has received a series of important upgrades which enhance both its performance and appearance.
In terms of style, the new model year comes with standard carbon parts including the windshield, mudgurards and side panels.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a new RS14 engine which features a new electronic mapping and a dual lambda probe. The engine delivers a maximum output of 135 hp at 8500 rpm and 122 Nm of torque at 6750 rpm. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the new engine delivers a better fuel economy than the old unit.
The unit transfers its power to the rear wheel by means of a six speed transmission with multi-disc wet slipper clutch (APTC).
As far as prices are concerned, the motorcycle can be yours for no less than $21,724.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2014 Moto Morini Corsaro 1200 Veloce.
Corsaro 1200 Veloce, a new Carbon look for a glorious bike.
The new Corsaro 1200 MY2014 shows a unique combination of material quality and power. Starting from this year, the bike is equipped with standard carbon parts, for a unique and extreme look.
• New RS14 engine: more balance and progressive power thanks to a new electronic mapping and to the dual lambda probe. The consumption has been deeply lowered taking into consideration the bike’s capacity and power.
• Standard APTC clutch: for a soft ride by keeping every horsepower!
• New Carbon look: the bike’s standard customization is the Carbon look version, with parts as the windshield, front mudguards, read mudguards, and side panels are made of carbon. For more information on Carbon look customizations you can write to out Customer Care: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Dual lambda probe: allows consumption lowering and more regular distribution (power and torque), giving more riding ease especially at low speed.
• New electronic mapping: more usability in every riding situation
2014 Moto Morini Corsaro 1200 Veloce Features and Benefits:
The new Carbon look makes the bike more aggressive: the essential beauty of a street bike and the classical style of its mechanics come together in a sole project. The unique style should not mislead you: beneath the surface there are pioneering technological solutions, excellent quality components and an engine with outstanding performance. This is a bike endowed with the cult of personality, with a positive sport nature, that does not need to impress for its extreme performance. Aesthetics is treated with great attention to detail, as in all motorcycles which have heart and passion.
The historical Moto Morini 135 hp V twin oversquare engine, characterised by the innovative base with one-piece central sump, mixed gear-chain drive and dual overhead camshaft. 54 mm double throttle body. A great engine that makes the Corsaro a highly performing motorbike. From today, the new RS14 version with dual lambda probe allows consumption lowering and more regular distribution (power and torque), giving more riding ease especially at low speed.
The Corsaro proposes an extremely easy yet intuitive frame. Its kernel is the high tensile tubular steel trellis frame.
Fork: Marzocchi UPSIDE DOWN multi-adjustable. Rear suspension: Progressive, with multi-adjustable Sachs mono-shock -absorber
The Corsaro brakes ensure the best riding safety and allow the biker to fully enjoy the Corsaro without any worry, thanks to the quality of Moto Morini partner Brembo.
Front brake: 298 mm double-disc, callipers with 2 pistons. Rear brake: 255 mm mono-disc, 2 pistons floating calliper.
Electronic management presents a high degree of integration between engine control and all the electronic components via CAN bus, allowing the control of all main operating parameters. Everything is under control for a top driving experience.
|Layout||Longitudinal V 87°|
|Line of combustion||0° Front - 270° Rear|
|Drive||Mixed: gear – silent chain|
|Valves per cylinder||4|
|Bore x stroke (mm)||107X66|
|Revolutions (relating to power)||8500|
|Revolutions (relating to torque)||6750|
|Injection||Magneti Marelli electronic injection|
|Throttle body diameter (mm)||54|
|Engine revolutions min.||1400|
|Lubrification||Forced, with trochoidal pump and oil radiator|
|Gearbox||Constant grip spoke gear|
|Primary drive||Spoke gear|
|Primary drive ratio||31/55|
|Clutch||Multi-disc wet slipper clutch (APTC)|
|Exhaust system||Double muffler, 3-way catalyst, lambda probe|
|Frame||High tensile tubular steel trellis frame|
|Fork offset (mm)||103|
|Fork||Marzocchi UPSIDE DOWN multi-adjustable|
|Stalk diameter||50 mm|
|Front wheel travel (mm)||129|
|Rear suspension||Progressive, with multi-adjustable Sachs mono-shock-absorber|
|Rear Wheel Travel (mm)||134|
|Front brake description||220 mm mono-disc, 2 pistons calliper|
|Rear brake description||220 mm mono-disc, 2 pistons calliper|
|Front tyre||120/70 ZR 17 (58W)|
|Rear tyre||180/55 ZR 17 (73W)|
|Rims||Hot worked aluminium alloy|
|Front rim size||MT 3,50x17”|
|Rear rim size||MT 5,50x17”|
|Final Drive||Chain, type 525 (137ZRP)|
|Overall length (mm)||2070|
|Max width (mm)||810 without rear mirrors|
|Seat height (mm)||830|
|Ground clearance (mm)||140|
|Handlebar height (mm)||1070|
|Front footrest height (mm)||400|
|Rear footrest height (mm)||595|
|Steering angle||34° right/left|
|Weight in running order without fuel (kg)||198|
|Dashboard||Electronic / analogue tachometer and multifunction LCD display|