CR&S Vun Tricolore

 

 

 

Make Model

CR&S Tricolore

Engine

Rotax, four stoke, single cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

652 cc / 39.79 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 100 x 83 mm
Cooling System Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio 9.7;1
Lubrication Dry sump
Exhaust Stainless steel catalytic exhaust system (CR and S by QD)

Induction

Injection. Integrated CR and S/Walbro/Dell’Orto ignition/injection system, 52 mm throttle housing, twin injectors, twin spark

Ignition 

Marelli integrated electronic, twin spark 
Starting Electric

Max Power

54 hp / 40 kW @ 7000 rpm

Max Torque

6 kgf-m / 58.9 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Clutch Wet multiplate

Transmission 

5 Speed
Final Drive With “O” ring chain
Frame Steel tubes and machined light alloy plates compound

Front Suspension

46mm Telescopic forks
Front Wheel Travel 120 mm / 4.7 in

Rear Suspension

Oscillating swingarm, single shock absorber
Rear Wheel Travel 128 mm / 5.0 in

Front Brakes

Single 320mm disc

Rear Brakes

Single 220mm disc

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre

160/60 ZR-17
Dimensions Length 1980 mm / 78.0 in
Width     740 mm / 29.1 in
Wheelbase 1386 mm / 54.5 in
Seat Height 800 mm / 31.4 in
Ground Clearance 150 mm / 5.9 in

Dry Weight

135 kg / 297.6 LBS

Fuel Capacity

12,5 Litres / 3.3 US gal

Milanese manufacturer CR&S (Cafe Racing and Sport) is among the companies that have created special products that celebrate 150 years since the unification of Italy. To mark the occasion, the company presented the VUN Tricolore motorcycle that you can admire in

According to CR&S, the VUN (which means ‘one’ in Milanese dialect and for single cylinder, single seater) has come to be known in Italy and the world as being synonymous with creativity and elegance in motorcycle building.

For this special occasion, the VUN has been decked in a tri-color livery, inspired by the design of the green, white and red diamonds of the flag of the First Italian Republic (1802-1805) which maintained the territory of the Cisalpine Republic and included Lombardy (without the Oltrepo Pavese), Emilia (without Parma and Piacenza), Romagna, the province of Novarese and part of the Veneto bounded by the Adige River.

With the VUN, CR&S brags a new category is born: “THE MISTOSTRETTO” (in the jargon of Italian bikers, this term is used to describe a winding road with a continuous sequence of bends and ups and downs.)