Leopoldo Tartarini, owner of Italjet, assembled to a Japanese motorcycle engine 125, and from there began its sporting fortunes. For three consecutive years (in 1973 with Maspes, in 1974 and in 1975 with Clapping Avveduti), the Italjet earned the Italian Junior title for the class 125 with a two-cylinder powered by a Yamaha engine was air-cooled, had the classical distribution in lights with alimentaione by two Mikuni 26mm, bore and stroke 43x43mm, cubic 124.88, 24CV power and 12500 rpm / min.
L ‘Italjet-Yamaha motorcycle was a very elegant, with a lower and upper torque cradle frame, Ceriani front fork Grand Prix, brakes Fountain whereby the front to split jaw. Through it figured honorably, in the Senior Championship of 1974, even as the pilots of the highest category Reels and Zerbini, which they placed third and fifth respectively in the final ranking.
Italjet two cilinder engine 125