The range of Malossi engine crankcases now welcomes a new and precious addition: Air Force, the new engine crankcase compatible with C-One, RC-One and the original Piaggio extended crankcase.
It’s called Air Force because its strength lies in the ability of simultaneously allowing entry of a greater mass of air, channelling it precisely on the transmission components and increasing the engine’s capacity for hot-air extraction. The advantage that comes with this combined ability is a significant reduction in the temperature of the Over Range compartment and consequently, improved stability and endurance of the transmission.
Designed for die-casting, thanks to its structure, Air Force considerably increases the mechanical resistance of the whole assembly, providing an accurate and dynamic driving experience.
We imagined the new Air Force cover in four different colors: bronze, gray, black and gold. And they are so beautiful that we can not choose which to send to production, you wanna give us a hand?
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