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Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by matt3310, Sep 11, 2004.
Lets see the bike you think is the coolest ever!!!!
thats a very nice r1..... check these out!!!
and I love this!!!
and this one!!!!
Britten V1000. Absolutely the coolest motorcycle ever built.
Is that the frameless bike?
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.
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
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
Wheel base 1420mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 24 litres
166 HP @ 11,800 RPM
Maximum safe engine speed 12500rpm
Maximum speed 303 km/h
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)
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.
200+ RWHP. All motor. 1680CC Yamaha V-max V4.
Not technically a motorcycle and illegal on public roads. But definitely different.
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.
Two bikes I would love to see make it to production:
1) Honda NAS:
Another view of the NAS:
2) Yamaha MT-03 prototype:
Eyespy, I was very tempted to post that Honda.
That Yamaha looks killer too!
I can't, for the life of me get that picture to show up. I think it's an AOL issue. AOL sucks.
Great in the Winter...