At 3,500 rpm, 80% of maximum torque is immediately available, and as the rpm increases the torque value grows decisively and linearly, reaching a peak of 68.6 lb-ft (93 Nm) at 6,500 rpm. After this threshold, the torque curve gradually decreases, remaining at a value above 90% up to 9,000 rpm, the speed at which the maximum power of 110 hp is delivered.
During road use this translates into a high reserve of power at all speeds, with rapid acceleration out of corners and reduced use of the gearbox.
The maximum power of 110 hp is fully usable on the road without great commitment on the part of the rider who will experience the pleasant sensation of always having full control of the bike.
The engine management and injection systems have been developed to enhance the characteristics of the twin-cylinder unit, considering the type of use of the SuperSport. The electronic throttle control is precise in transmitting the rider's requests to the engine, followed by a soft and always predictable response, which perfectly characterizes the versatility of the SuperSport.