I haven’t done any track days on this one, combination of lack of time and that exhaust wouldn’t pass sound check! I love it, I have had litre sports bikes for years and I cross tested this with an S1000RR, which I loved, but
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Ha I hope it engraves itself in my head so I have more to work for. I actually bought my new bike last month so the diavel will hopefully be my next investment. Only thing is that it’s a road trip it’s self getting
Oh man, that’s about to hurt. He’s about to chest bump about 500 pounds of Milwaukee’s finest. Alternately: when the big ONS asks if she can be on top…
Yeah, after a quick search, it looks like Holographic Hammer is an alter-ego for Sylvain Berneron, which he uses for concept art. I’m fine with that, but the distinction between real and concept art is pretty huge. https://www.facebook.com/Holographically.Hammered?fref=ts Suzuki GSX1200 x Holographic Hammer
> what do they need to get this on the road? That’s the track-only version; no lights, signals, or (I assume) emissions compliance, just max power. Will be on sale, with racing slicks, for track use only (no road title). They’ll have the road
Beast of a bike until you need to get it serviced, or it’s valvetrain explodes. I get weekly photos by MMS from a friend that works at a KTM dealer of blown bikes. Their two strokes are fine though.
[Review from Jay Leno’s Garage](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WypZvsIj8-k) Truly unique bike and one hell of a looker. Note: The picture is of an S and the review is of an RS. The difference being wheels, suspension, electronics, traction control and more. Both models have the same 17
Ok, so nothing that would really be apparent when looking at stats. That’s awesome, though. HP4’s are sick. Thanks for the info!
Nothing really. People were expecting a huge power output but it has 156 bhp (101 for U.S) and needs the race kit to get the full 212 BHP. Which to be honest has always been Hondas way. Although I doubt many of these will
It was their GP bike of that era detuned and made road legal. They are very rare, yet oddly they do turn up a lot at bike meets etc. Service costs and parts are silly money.
Took about 5 hours no problems as long as you have all the screws and stuff.
No negativity from me man, I was just thinking that using wd-40 might “attract” dirt..it’s always gonna leave that slick look which is ok is everything is still pretty new..but this bike is way beyond surface rust and dulling.. I plan on putting all
Good job, I like it a lot. However, what would make me like it even more was if it didn’t feel like you were somehow using reddit to promote your business.
It uses [hub center steering](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hub-center_steering) which separates the braking and suspension forces. I don’t have time to pull up a ton of links, but there are several bikes that have used it including the Bimota Tesi, Tesi 3D, the Vyrus and the Yamaha GTS1000.
I miss mine so much. I had a ’99 KTM MXc 300 Lotta low end torque for a two stroke and was crazy fast. I have never driven anything that accelerates quicker than that thing did.
Yup here ya go http://i.imgur.com/MfhSM1S.jpg Yeah i love the look. Such a head turner in this color
Nice use of natural light, great pics. I like the way you highlighted the important part of the photos not just with the framing but the shallow DOF, too. You’re a good friend, he owes you a beer!
That’s not entirely true and they’re considered more of a “driver’s” car, but that’s entirely subjective. There’s also a race pedigree that comes with the Porsche name as well as the engineering. They’re still widely regarded as one of the only super cars you
Importing it as an off-road vehicle shouldn’t be an issue. I would see an issue arising when you try to register it for the roads though. Not exactly sure where it would get held up, but I bet between insuring it and registering it
They wont show it on telly as its the superstock 600 race so it won t be a spoiler, but there was a horrendous crash. Both air lifted off the track. Both still in critical condition. The sort of one watching you know is
They’re superb and I had no maintenance issues with shaft drive. The only thing is they lack the torque a belt or chain belt has, some people like the power of torque some do not. It’s just a matter of preference. Although the 1800
Maybe, but those tires look like they have some miles on them, sometimes they just don’t come very clean without taking them off and scrubbing.
Hmm might have just missed you! But best place to see if I’m heading up is on my facebook page Just look up Flyby Images
Just judging by the photo I’d guess it’s >55 degrees before that boxer engine scrapes. That frame, suspension, and tires don’t look like they can get anywhere near that before it gives up traction.