Re: Spanish Fireblade
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The BOTT 1000 MORLACO is a prototype of 1000 cc, with chassis multitubular and alternative forward train, al style FIOR/HOSSACK/FOALE, although with some variations. The motor stems from a DEEP one CBR 954 FIREBLADE, of the one that have taken advantage of also the rear dumper (that themselves anchor directly al motor, which simplifies enough the construction of the chassis), the wheels and the brakes. The MORLACO is a machine without the commitments of the motorcycles of series, in the design has tried to minimize the weight and to obtain an easy motorcycle to steer, with the intention to obtain the better benefits in circuit. For it we work in depth in the ergonomics, with the intention to obtain a light, more compact chassis that the chassis CBR original, and also more narrow above all in the zone of the gas tank that the pilot embraces with his knees.
The pipe of escape is situated under the motor, with the exit situated in a conventional little position, behind the front wheel. It compared with the original escape, this design improves the aerodynamics, the system is more protected in case of fall, and remains very near the motor, which contributes to reduce the moments of intercia. As soon as al name of the motorcycle "MORLACO", we seek a word in Spaniard, al style of what was habitual in the large classical Spanish marks (BULTACO, WILD, OSSA) that were used to utilizing words in Spaniard to baptize to their models: IMPALA, SHRAPNEL, BORDER, etc.