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Dell’Orto Spa back @EICMA

with double booth

 The company based in Cabiate (Italy) and active in the automotive market since 1933, confirms its presence at the 2-wheel worldwide exhibition in Milan with two booths.

 Among the exhibited products, the attention is focused on the EFI – Electronic Fuel Injection components that Dellorto has developed together with its Clients finding always the best solution, suitable for every application and every market. This system is able to satisfy the future EURO4 normative by optimizing performance under any condition of use.

Electronic control units, throttle bodies, fuel modules and sensors are the core products of the offer for an efficient and effective system of engine management, with a particular focus on the simplification itself and the optimization of the volumes.

 The fully Italian owned company, still in force and dynamically inclined in being economically stable, boasts an R&D centre that collaborates with the most important automotive manufacturers, often used to obtain homologation certificates for two-wheel vehicles.

 In the area dedicated to EICMA 100th anniversary and to the long established companies that played an important role during the show history, Dellorto will exhibit some milestones of its history already presented last year for its 80th anniversary: from the most famous advert showing the first produced carburettor, called Rex (1933), to the everlasting models that even today are the most known (SS, SHA, PHM, PHBE...) and that set world records with MV Agusta, Guzzi and Gilera.


American round full of emotions! - Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Marco Melandri on his RSV4 imposed his pace, taking the lead of the race without leaving space to the followers. Sylvain Guintoli, with the other RSV4, was the only one trying to fight the rhythm of his team mate but finally ending up second.
What will be the final outcome of the season? - Wednesday, August 06, 2014
It took four laps to Tom Sykes to impose its rhythm. In the battle for second place, Sylvain Guintoli on his RSV4 had the better ahead of Baz (Kawasaki Racing Team) finished second.
Ninja riders conquer Misano - Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) achieved an incredible pace against his rivals, setting the new track record at 1’35’’629 while winning the Italian round.