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EICMA 2021- 5.5 Lucky Explorer Project ADV, Unveils MV Agusta

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EICMA 2021- 5.5 Lucky Explorer Project ADV, Unveils MV Agusta

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Remember the tobacco brand’s Dakar rally days in the 90s? This Newly Lucky Explorer Project is a throwback to the tobacco brand’s Dakar rally.

During that time, “Cagiva Elefant motorcycles” had been employed in 750 and 900 guises powered by Ducati engines.

The Mindblowing success of those motorcycles has been thought of and re-created by MV Agusta again with the partnership with QJ Motors, a China-based parent company of Benelli.

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This 5.5 Lucky Explorer is powered by a 554cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin that creates a claimed 46.9bhp at 7,500rpm and 51Nm of torque at 5,500rpm. These numbers are very like theTRK502 and Leoncino models albeit from a rather higher cubic capacity.

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5.5 Lucky Explorer engine has been mated to a six-speed gearbox and is encased within a steel trellis frame ala the Benellis.

The suspension setup includes a 43mm up-side-down adjustable KYB fork that allows rebound and preload adjustment.

The rear mono-shock from KYB, allows full adjustments for a rebound, compression damping and preload.

Brembo four-piston callipers grabbing twin 320mm floating front discs upfront and one 260mm disc at the rear handle braking duties together with Bosch supplied ABS.

Sticking to ADV standard rim sizes, the 5.5 uses a 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels.

The 5.5 uses a 20-litre fuel tank and a dry weight of 220kg with 230mm of ground clearance, while a 5-inch TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity and GPS should arrange navigation duties for you. The tall 860mm seat height, however, might not be to everyone’s taste