OVERS.SECT. SEC.GEARSz 13/48 with SPR
Malossi S.r.l. is happy to introduce its customers to a new product that
stems from the need that has arisen in national scooter cross competitions
to be able to resolve the problem of breakage to original components of
the end gear reduction unit on scooters used in top-level competitions.
Malossi engineers have succeeded in producing a sophisticated wheel shaft
incorporating a shock-absorption system that basically filters all stress
transmitted from the wheel to the engine. The Malossi spring drive includes
a system of elastic components with excellent strength and deformability
capable of absorbing the striking energy transmitted by the wheel and returning
it gradually, thus keeping all components of the final reduction system
of the automatic transmission free from the huge impact stress that could
quickly lead to breakage.
All components of the spring drive system are constructed from top-quality
materials, such as alloy steel used in space applications, top-level finish
and plastic materials offering excellent energy absorption.
In addition, the Malossi spring drive provides unquestionable improvement
in running performance, even on road machines since it reduces the transmission
of vibration to the crankcase and therefore to the scooter itself, thus
guaranteeing exceptional smoothness in running even on city roads that are
becoming increasingly disjointed. In the meantime, they protect all of your
scooter's transmission components from stress caused by the roadbed, ensuring
almost unlimited life for the gears of your scooter's end reduction unit.
- Wheel shaft Alloy steel subjected to 5 different heat treatments
- Gear wheel Casehardening alloy steel produced on special NC machines
- Elastomers specially-formulated with excellent strength and energy
- Transmission shaft Casehardening alloy steel produced on NC machines
- Toothing Designed and manufactured for maximum wear resistance with
top-level surface finish
OEM Numbers (for the purpose of comparison)
67 9940 (MALOSSI)