The MZ Skorpion is a motorcycle produced from 1994 to 2004 by MZ, (MZ Motorrad- und Zweiradwerk), in Germany. MuZ has taken its own race-styled frame and installed a 660cc single cylinder Yamaha engine, an engine that has evolved nicely since first introduced in the eighties. This 5-valve, liquid cooled engine is a perfect match for the lightweight frame. The feeling of a one piston power plant is an enjoyable experience. One rider, one cylinder &endash; a very personal connection.
Skorpions are lightweight motorcycles, noted for their agile handling and excellent braking, and they remain a popular mount for club racing and supermono racing. The Skorpion Cup got its own MuZ-Cup racing series in several countries at the end of the 1990s. More specs and user manual of Scorpion 660 you can see in next overview.
MuZ Skorpion 660 Sport specifications
Model: MuZ Scorpion 660 Sport
Engine and transmission
Engine type: Single cylinder
Power: 48HP (35.0 kW) @6250RPM
Torque: 55.90 Nm @5250RPM
Valves per cylinder: 5
final drive: Chain
Dry weight: 170kg
Seat height: 785mm If adjustable, lowest setting.
Front brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes: Single disc
Power/weight ratio: 0.2824 HP/kg