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Our field of interest ranges from pre-1900s machines till those from the thirties and forties.
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MV Agusta 1953 150cc 2511
In 1950, the new MV Agusta 150 was produced in the Turismo and Sport versions.
The 150 Sport was the entry-level bike, and was rated for 6 HP, giving the machine a top speed of 90 kph.
Carburation was dellorto, while the electric system used Marelli components.
Because of the lower power relative to upper-range 150's the Sport's brakes were smaller; both front and rear alloy drums measered 123,5 mm.
The frame was a combination of tubular and pressed steel, and the engine was used as a structural member.
The front suspension was a telescopic fork, while the rear suspensionutulized a swingarm with hydraulic shock absorbers.
2 stroke, single cylinder
Displacement: 148 cc
Power / rpm: 8,5 HP / 6,400
27 mm carburettor
Wet multiple plate clutch
Gearbox: 4 speeds
Max. speed 90 km/h, 56mph