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Marc Cernicky  says:

Cagiva Mito gets Honda CRF450X engine revamp

This Cagiva Mito has been given a new lease of life thanks to a Honda CRF450X enduro four-stroke engine and 14 months of work by owner John Zainer.  Find a Cagiva Mito for sale Don’t be fooled by the near standard looks of the bike, this is a comprehensive engineering makeover that has taken a 30bhp two-stroke Cagiva Mito and replaced...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (07 January 2011 17:10)

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

450X

in stock trim makes 36 RWHP.

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BBQdog

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BBQdog says:

Cagiva

Still don't understand why Cagiva won't build a bike like that themself.

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SLIGHTLYMAD

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SLIGHTLYMAD says:

sounds like a lotta fun in a little bike!

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

This sort of thing has been done before withe the Mito, and there was even talk that Cagiva would do something along the same lines but it came to nothing.

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ACEEDSTORM

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ACEEDSTORM says:

Great project,if they actualy made this it'd be a good seller,as long as the price doesn't go off the scale as seems to be the trend for new bikes at the moment.

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jamieg999

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jamieg999 says:

My Mito II I owned in '94 taught me how to ride after 2 years wrecking FZR600's, knee down, 2 up knee down (in January), vertical stoppies and passing ZXR's and 'Blades round the outside at Gerrards. If I'd had an extra 15bhp I'd have been the happiest man alive.

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TWeaKoR

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TWeaKoR says:

@X2Glider

And old Bandits used the same engine as the GSX-R's, yet they had nowhere near the same power. CBF's use the same as CBR's, Fazer's the same as R's, etc. It's all in the tuning.

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mcernicky

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mcernicky says:

Don't Brake speed is your friend

This bike small bike was big fun...so light and nimble, it could get throught tight canyon turns like no other...    

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