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Post the pic of the coolest bikes!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by matt3310, Sep 11, 2004.

  1. matt3310

    matt3310 who me???

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    Lets see the bike you think is the coolest ever!!!!
     

  2. matt3310

    matt3310 who me???

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    thats a very nice r1..... check these out!!!
     
  3. Canucksvt

    Canucksvt

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    Cincinnati, OH
    Britten V1000. Absolutely the coolest motorcycle ever built.
     
  4. D25

    D25 The Quick

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    Is that the frameless bike?
     
  5. Canucksvt

    Canucksvt

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    Cincinnati, OH
    Yes it is...here are some specs:

    SPECIFICATIONS OF THE 1998 BRITTEN V1000 ENGINE

    Water cooled 999cc 60 deg V-Twin quad cam 4 stroke.
    4 valves per cylinder, belt driven.
    Compression ratio 11.3 : 1.
    Bore x stroke 98.9mm x 65mm.
    Piston, flat top slipper.
    Titanium conrods with oil feed to little end.
    Titanium valves Inlet Ø40mm Exhaust Ø33mm.
    Wet cast iron cylinder sleeves./ opt silicon carbide coated alloy sleeves.
    Composite head gaskets.
    Back torque dry clutch.
    Wet sump. Oil feeds to bigends, gudgon, camshaft lobes & gearbox shafts.
    Programmable engine management computer with history facility.
    Fuel injection - sequential, 2 injectors per cylinder.

    TRANSMISSION

    Gearbox, 5 speed constant mesh / opt 6 speed.
    Primary ratio 1.97.
    Gear ratios 1st 2.5, 2nd 1.77, 3rd 1.38, 4th 1.125, 5th 0.961.

    Fully stressed engine with ducted under-seat radiator. Top chassis, girder & swing arm all constructed in carbon/kevlar composites.

    Front Suspension: double wishbones with girder.
    Rear Suspension: swing arm with adjustable three bar linkage.
    Shock Absorbers: Ohlins
    Rake: adjustable
    Trail: adjustable
    Front Wheel: 3.5" x 17" in-house carbon composite
    Rear Wheel: 6.0" x 17" in-house carbon composite
    Front Brakes: Twin 320mm cast iron rotors with opposed 4-piston Brembo callipers
    Rear Brakes: 210mm rotor with opposed piston Brembo calliper

    DIMENSIONS

    Wheel base 1420mm
    Weight 138kg
    Fuel Tank Capacity 24 litres
    166 HP @ 11,800 RPM
    Maximum safe engine speed 12500rpm
    Maximum speed 303 km/h
     
  6. WERA49

    WERA49

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    Ohio
    This is one of my favorite bikes of all time, a TZ250. I happen to have one. :)
    My bike is pictured in the library of a local high school. I was asked to speak to the graduating class about motorcycle safety. Their year was almost over. (see the empty shelves)
    [​IMG]

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  7. I've always loved the bike Mickey Rourke had in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man. I would still love to have one like it.

    1989 Harley Davidson FXR Wideglide.

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  8. RBR

    RBR

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    Apr 18, 2001
    Texas
  9. ClickClickBoom

    ClickClickBoom Sod Off

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    Sep 21, 2003
    Still The Back 40
    Having trouble finding good pictures of this bike. I had the original article when Kainzinger came out with it. It was originally 240 RWHP, after some editor for a EuroBike rag in Euro buried it in the catlitter at some track, it was turned back to 200ish.

    [​IMG]

    Ha. finally.
     
  10. Eyespy

    Eyespy Proud Infidel

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    Sep 2, 2004
    Southern California
    Two bikes I would love to see make it to production:

    1) Honda NAS:
     
  11. chevrofreak

    chevrofreak Senior Member

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    Billings, Montana
    Eyespy, I was very tempted to post that Honda.

    That Yamaha looks killer too!
     
  12. ClickClickBoom

    ClickClickBoom Sod Off

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    Sep 21, 2003
    Still The Back 40
    I can't, for the life of me get that picture to show up. I think it's an AOL issue. AOL sucks.