Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Mario Kleff enjoys building custom motorcycles with large engines. One of his previous creations was a Honda Grom with a Ducati 1199 Panigale R engine. Unfortunately a fuel leak caused a fire and destroyed the bike. After that he moved on to his next project, a Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin engine. The motor is a water-cooled R&R Cycle 2540 cc V-Twin with upgraded components produces 190 horsepower and 205 lb-ft of torque. The engine is connected to a Baker Torquebox TB6 six-speed transmission.

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa with a 155 ci V-Twin

Vespa “Nong Noi”

Engine: R&R Cycle 155 ci (2540 cc) V-Twin, water-cooled, racing camshaft, ROSS Racing dome pistons, 12.5:1 compression ratio, S&S Super D carb with 2 Thunderjets

Built by: R&R Cycle, Hyperformance, and Mario Kleff. Cylinder mods by Somnuek Pakit

Ignition: Daytona Twin Tec

Power: 190+ horsepower and 205 lb-ft of torque

Transmission & Driveline: Baker Torquebox six-speed (TB6) right side drive. Barnett Black Scorpion three-inch belt drive with Barnett lock-up clutch, 2.2 Kw starter motor

Exhaust: custom

Chassis: custom

Suspension: custom

Brakes: Performance Machine six-piston front and rear calipers

Wheels: custom

Tires: PMT Racing

Source: Mario Kleff

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