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THE MGP3O

The 'Made to Grab Podiums' aka MGP3O is a racing
prodigy. Developed in a record time of less than six
months – from drawing board to track – it has been
turning heads since its debut in the 2013 World Championship.

Its stunning curves maximise aerodynamics. Beneath
its taut, yet nimble chassis lies a power-packed engine.
And there rests not one slack bone in its body.

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ENGINE

A single-cylinder 249cc DOHC four-stroke, finger follower valve train; drum throttle body with double fuel injector engine enables the MGP3O to accelerate from 0-100 kph in just 3 seconds – reaching staggering speeds of over 240 kph.

Improvements to the engine never cease. Every enhancement since its debut has guaranteed greater power delivery, acceleration and top speed. And podiums!

CHASSIS

Moto3 bikes are the smallest Grand Prix racers. But their slender tyres and lightweight bodies (approx. 81kg) make them the fastest at the apex of a corner.

The MGP3O chassis is not only robust, but communicative. It gives the rider a feel of the suspension and tyres. At the same time, it’s rigid enough for precise steering at high-speed corners, and quick change of direction.

THE CRADLE

Our state-of-the-art engineering and development facility in Besozzo, Italy, is the birthplace of the MGP3O. Developed completely in house from the ground up, the bike goes through high standards of manufacturing at every step of its making.

The facility boasts of computer-aided design and engineering labs. Here, cutting-edge prototyping and manufacturing meet high-tech test and quality control.

Three kms from our development centre in Besozzo lies our engine facility – up in the town of Brebbia.

The facility houses workstations to assemble engines, a fully dynamic engine test bench, and a modern rolling (chassis) dynamometer.

MGP3O: WHAT LIES BENEATH

An extreme machine made with extreme passion.

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TECH SPEC

ENGINEEngine
Bore x stroke

81 mm x 48.5 mm

Engine management:

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GEAR BOXGear Box
Six gears; cassette type
GEAR SHIFTERGear Shifter
Sequential gearbox with electronic quick shifter
CLUTCHCLUTCH
Wet slipper clutch with multi disc
AIR DUCTAIRDUCT
Front integrated air duct optimised to pressure recovery at high speed
AIRBOXAIRBOX
Carbon fibre; flux optimized
COOLERCOOLER
Water and oil cooler in light alloy; fully integrated with fairings
DASHBOARDDASHBOARD
2D Mididash system with integrated GPS, gearshift flashlights, tyre pressure and temperature logger
FUEL CAPACITYFUEL CAPACITY
10 litres
FUEL LINEFUEL LINE
Light alloy fuel tank with high pressure fuel pump
EXHAUST SYSTEMEXHAUST SYSTEM
Double Exhaust Arrow
BRAKE FRONTBRAKE FRONT
Brembo radial calliper with double T-Drive Brembo 218 mm discs
BRAKE REARBRAKE REAR
Brembo with single Brembo 180 mm disc
SUSPENSION FRONTSUSPENSION FRONT
Öhlins FGR595 Upside Down Front Fork
SUSPENSION REARSUSPENSION REAR
Öhlins RVP Single Shock Absorber
WHEELS FRONT/REARWHEELS FRONT/REAR
Marchesini 2.50 x 17 mm / 3.50 x 17 mm
TYRES FRONT/REARTYRES FRONT/REAR
Dunlop 95/70-17 mm / 115/70-17 mm
FAIRINGSFairings
Carbon Fibre; fully optimised for aerodynamics coefficient reduction
DRY WEIGHTDRY WEIGHT
Approximately 81kg

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