The Silver Vase faithfully replicates the street scrambler style of the early 1970s, with twin high-mounted silencers, semi-knobbly tyres and a profusion of chrome. Some parts on the Vase look a bit cheap compared to the Gran Milano. The rims and swingarm are steel, not alloy, with gaitered forks and a more basic front brake (though still a four-pot caliper).
|engine specs||Type:||Single cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled||Displacement:||445.3 cm3||Bore X Stroke:||3.5x2.8 in OR 89 mm||Compression Ratio:||10.0:1||Horsepower:||30/- KW(hp)/RPM||Torque:||0/- lb-ft/RPM OR 0 Nm/RPM||Fuel System:||EFI|
|transmission specs||Gearbox:||5-Speed||Clutch:||Wet Multi-plate||Primary Drive:||Gears||Final Drive:||Chain|
|chassis specs||Frame:||Single steel tube with double cradle||Front Suspension:||Telescopic hydraulic fork||Rear Suspension:||Double hydraulic shock absorber||Front Brake:||Fixed disc with hydraulic control||Rear Brake:||Fixed disc with hydraulic control|
|dimension specs||Overall Length:||84.3 in OR 2141 mm||Overall Width:||32 in OR 813 mm||Seat Height:||32.3 in OR 820 mm||Weelbase:||56.7 in OR 1440 mm||Ground Clearance:||7.5 in OR 191 mm||Weight:||373 lbs OR 169 kg||Fuel Capacity:||6.2 gallons OR 23.5 L|
|power system specs||Power pack:||-||Nominal Capacity:||-||Maximum Capacity:||-||Charger type:||-||Charging time (normal):||-||Charging time (quick):||-||Range:||-|