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Munch Mammut 4TTS

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Munch Mammut 4TTS review

Munch Mammut 4TTS


The first prototype Mammut was first shown in 1966, and with its across the frame 4-cylinder engine, it was a revelation for its time. The Munch Mammut, at the time the fastest and largest motorcycle Munch Mammut 4TTS in the world was designed by Friedel Munch of Muench Motorrad, its standard engine was a massive NSU automobile 1200cc, four-cylinders, 100 hp @ 7500rpm, top speed was in the region of 226km/h. It offered three engine options, including a supercharged versions. The company also offered a varied combination of seats and tanks. It was best known for its speed and comfort. More specs and user manual of Munch Mammut 4 TTS you can see in next overview.

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