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Cagiva Freccia 125 C12R Final Edtion

 

 

 

 

Make Model

Cagiva Freccia 125 C12R Final Edition

Year

1992

Engine

Liquid cooled, single cylinder, two stroke

Capacity

125
Bore x Stroke 56 x 50.6 mm
Compression Ratio 13.0:1

Induction

Single  Dell'Orto  premix

Ignition  /  Starting

Max Power

- (rear tyre 28.8 hp @ 10100 rpm)

Max Torque

2.0 kgf-m @ 10100 rpm

Transmission  /  Drive

6 Speed  /  chain

Front Suspension

Rear Suspension

Front Brakes

Single 298mm disc 4 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 240mm disc 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre

100/80-16

Rear Tyre

120/80-17

Dry Weight / Wet-Weight

125 kg  / 132 kg

Fuel Capacity

16 Litres

Consumption  average

19.4 km/lit

Braking 60 - 0 / 100 - 0

13.4 m / 39.5 m

Standing ¼ Mile  

15.0 sec / 140.3 km/h

Top Speed

165.9 km/h

C12R FY (Final Year)

Presented at the Milan Show in November 1991, the FY is the latest evolution of the Arrow before his final retirement in early 1993. Unlike the competition, the FY is not 'a version prepared for racing use nor a special limited edition. In 1991 Cagiva Mito had in the list after a discrete period of sales in the second half of 1990 (mainly due to the fact that the faired version came only late October) had literally depopulated during 1991, making him the 125th best-selling year and usually one of the most bike registered in Italy.

The reason for the FY must therefore be sought in Cagiva will give an answer to those seen in the market for 125 absurd nonsense race for ever more powerful and expensive models and call back a sort of gentlemen's agreement between the various manufacturers to reduce costs and performance. Of course the market had a different opinion incredible commercial success of expensive and powerful myth (and its competitors) and 'demonstration of how stupid to think of setting limits imposed from above. However, the FY proved a very good exercise for Cagiva production that produced this particular arrow in Taiwan, greatly reducing the purchase price of the incredible value of Lire 4,400,000 (the Myth cost beauty of Lire 6,220,000) due to low labor costs local and technical changes to accommodate even more money. We see such as:

New rims in white by design similar to those mounted on C9 C10R
Adoption of a six-speed gearbox instead of seven.

Via 125stradali.com

 

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