Corsaro ZT arrives

Anything to do with the 1200 Corsaro series
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Corsaro ZT arrives

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The new ZT announced on the factory web site; only 192 kilos but still with an 86 cm seat height.

http://motomorini.eu/en/corsaro-1200-zt/

Single headlight, revised styling and with a spoked-wheel option for the traditionalists out there. Price - 15,995 Euros and so significantly less than the full fat ZZ. Will we see one at the Morini Riders Club rally this weekend?

Good riding,

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Yes I did see. The smaller? tank doesn't give a capacity so would be interesting to find out knowing what the Veloce's like.
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News of the ZT in this weeks MCN, as is the confirmation that there is now a Northern Ireland dealer - so three in the UK...

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Just to let you know Midwest Moto now have a ZT in so you can have a look.
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No good looking, go buy one... :)
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Wire wheels would be my choice. My Scrambler has tubeless rims, no leakage so far.

The rims on mine are not Excel, but they have been treated by Bar Tubeless treatment.

https://www.bartubeless.it/en/bartubeless
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