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this bike is alright...(warning, bike porn)



Engine features: Four stroke liquid cooled pneumatic valve engine, V4 ,DOHC 4

Displacement: up to 1000 cc

Maximum Power: over 250 HP

Maximum Speed: over 350 km/H

Gearbox: Six speed "seamless" cassette type gearbox with alternative optional ratio

Clutch: Fully adjustable multi plate slipper clutch

Exhaust: Arrow Titanium line

Overall length: 2050mm to 2070mm up to circuit lay out and specification

Overall height: 1125mm

Overall width: 645mm

Weight: 157kg

Fuel: 21 litres capacity ELF

Oil: ELF

Chassis Features: Aluminium twin spare frame
Fully adjustable steering and geometry
Fully adjustable HRC magnesium triple clamp

Front Forks: Fully adjustable Öhlins TRVP25 diam 48mm upside down

Rear Suspension: Fully adjustable Öhlins TRSP44

Tyres: Bridgestone

Wheel: OZ

Front Brakes: Nissin 4 pistons caliper, 320mm Nissin carbon disc

Rear Brake: Nissin Twin piston caliper, 196mm Yutaka steel disc

Screen : Rama

Grip: ProGrip

Sprockets : PBR (found these at http://www.pbr.it - 525 pitch 14-17 fronts and 41-48 rears, never heard of them though)

All accessory : Rizoma

I think this bike goes faster then our guardian angels can fly...apart from the rider that tames it :shakehand (if anyone's wondering, Shark helmet, dainese leathers and boots and gloves)








 

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Yes, very nice indeed.

I remember Speed aired a few seconds of Bradl riding down Lombard St in San Fran during the Laguna Race and pulling a wheelie; looked like an interesting promo/marketing gig...
 

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The last picture I have saved as a wallpaper on my laptop. The video was super lame though, it is not impressive at the very least.
 

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gasp!!! it's San Francisco!! such awesome pictures!!!
 

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Interesting bike, trying to calculate how many years it would take for me to shift into second.......nope, won't do it.......except at Mugello maybe.
lol thats a good point, if 600rr's do 60mph or so in 1st...wonder what this does? is there ever any need to use 2nd gear on the street haha? it's no wonder why there's limiters on when they pull in to the pits, i can't imagine just how easy it is to go fast on these, i imagine with all the adrenalin flowing it'd be almost impossible to get them all to safe speeds in the pits of their own accord...

i already forget after only owning bikes how slow 30mph is when i get into cars driven by family/friends etc and they just can't do anything like my 600rr...and of course 750's and 1000's ive ridden but that goes without saying

don't forget this guy is 22yrs old as well and gets to ride that!
 
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