A New Big CC Project

It's not a CRF230 but I think you guys will still appreciate it...

Actually limited to 122 ci...  Coming to our shop tomorrow...  Stay tuned...

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A little sounds is always nice...

 

 

Edited by VortecCPI
A little sounds is always nice...
 
 

It is an air cooled engine!

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A big cc project also. Probably not as much fun to ride I’m pretty sure!

On ‎11‎/‎3‎/‎2017 at 3:00 PM, VortecCPI said:

A little sounds is always nice...

 

 

right hand foot peg looks like it may get toasty...!

21 minutes ago, daled said:

right hand foot peg looks like it may get toasty...!

Yes but only for about seven seconds...

I heard this bad boy run in person this afternoon.  Shane says it should be about 330 HP given the ET.  That is 2.75 HP per ci and you can feel every beat of it.

All the body pieces are carbon-fiber and everything is done to perfection.  This bike was built and owned by somebody at Zipper's Performance.

What's the ET? That's a lot of power for a small-tire bike.

9 hours ago, mx4god said:

What's the ET? That's a lot of power for a small-tire bike.

I believe he said high 7s at just under 170 MPH and I will have a look at the time slips Friday to be sure.  He also said it should run about a 5 flat in the eighth so high 7s sounds right.

The rear tire may appear small in the video but that much drag tire is a lot.  It has a four-link rear end and is pure artwork.

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So how many gallons to the mile do you think it gets? Hanging on to a car at that speed is more than ya want.

38 minutes ago, Confederate said:

So how many gallons to the mile do you think it gets? Hanging on to a car at that speed is more than ya want.

Fuel is carried in the frame backbone and I think it holds about 32 ounces.  The frame also holds air for the clutch release and shifter.  Fuel is delivered via huge S&S mixer and three Thunder PowerJets.

Same color as a 230.

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