Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Click above for a high-res image gallery of the CAF-E from Tim Cameron Designs Motorcycle designer Tim Cameron has designed a new motorcycle called the CAF-E that relies on a hybrid drivetrain that he says is similar in principle to the Hybrid Synergy Drive that powers the Toyota Prius. The internal combustion engine is a parallel-twin design that gets extra juice from an electric supercharger. We’re not certain that adding an electric supercharger would be a better use for the battery’s added oomph, but it’s an interesting concept in any case

Monday, November 29, 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Honda VTX 1800T Engine Specifications:
Engine Type: V Twin
Cylinders: 2
Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke
Cooling: Liquid
Valves: 6
Valves Per Cylinder: 3
Valve Configuration: SOHC
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Starter: Electric
Fuel Requirements: Regular
Fuel Type: Gas

Friday, October 29, 2010

The Kingpin Motorcycle is accessible in Black, Solar Red, Sonic Blue, Pearl White over Vogue Silver, and Black with Hot Rod Flames. There is additionally a bound copy in a appropriate two-tone acrylic arrangement commemorating the 50th ceremony of Polaris, Victory’s ancestor company. The bike gets its absorbing ability from the 92/5 FreedomTM V-Twin engine, which is an air- and oil-cooled 92-cubic incher with cyberbanking ammunition bang (EFI), aerial cams with self-adjusting cam chains, hydraulic lifters and 4 valves per cylinder. Exhaust flows through two admirable chrome pipes with slash-cut tips and ability is fed through a 5-speed manual to a belt drive. The ergonomics of the Ness Signature Series Kingpin put a addition in allegation on the 26.5-inch-high seat. The advanced abeyance appearance inverted-cartridge 43mm forks and the rear abeyance has a gas shock and rising-rate bond for the casting aluminum beat arm. The bike has 18-inch wheels, advanced and rear, with a 130mm-wide annoy up advanced and a 180 in the rear. New for 2005, the Ness Signature Series Kingpin, forth with all Victory models will affection self-canceling about-face signals for convenience.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Suzuki VS Intruder is a alternation of cruiser blazon motorcycles. The Intruder ancestors was alien as aboriginal as 1987 and was in assembly until 2005 back Suzuki replaced it with the Boulevard range. In Europe, the Intruder name charcoal in use for assertive of the Boulevard machines. The ancestors consists of: VS400, VS600, VS700, VS750, VS800, VS1400 Which is a shaft-driven type, approx. displacement at 1380cc, VL1500 LC. In 1990 a map addition sensor was added to the VS1400 archetypal to access artery mileage. This activated to a change in the ignitor unit, which went from a two atrium 4/6 pin configuration, to a 4/9 pin configuration, with the left/right acclimatization of the two sockets reversed. Suzuki VS 400 Intruder is a middleweight cruiser motorcycle. It appearance water-cooled 399cc, 4 achievement V-Twin agent able of bearing 33BHP.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The Aprilia RS3 Cube is a ancestor chase motorcycle that was developed by Aprilia to attempt in the 2002 until 2004 MotoGP seasons. It was apparent at the Bologna Motor Show in December 2001 by Aprilia's president, Ivano Beggio, and their chase boss, Jan Witteveen. The Cube is powered by a 990 cc inline-3 four-stroke agent (to accommodate to MotoGP rules of that time). The bike was not a success; Colin Edwards proclaimed the bike was "born bad," and it had "just so abounding things that charge fixing." It had a addiction to wheelie easily, a abridgement of front-end feel, beating from both the advanced and rear wheels, and capricious acknowledgment from its fly-by-wire burke system. Edwards' assistant in the 2003 Aprilia team, Noriyuki Haga, comatose the Cube 28 times in a distinct season. The agent was advised the best able at that time, bearing about 240 bhp (180 kW). A testbed that never was raced produced 260 bhp (190 kW) at one point, afore Aprilia angled out of MotoGP in 2004.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Suzuki DL650 employs sophisticated engine electronics for starting and throttle control and uses Suzuki's AFIS (Auto Fast Idle System), eliminating a fast-idle control. The engine control module (ECM) reads engine information (ie, coolant temperature) via a 16-bit central processing unit (CPU) -- controlling the fuel system's dual throttle bodies and contributing to strong acceleration up to a rev-limited 10500 rpm. The DL650 employs Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel-injection and exhausts via a two-into-one exhaust system with a catalytic converter in the muffler. European models meet Euro 3 emissions specifications. In the US, a "PAIR" air injection system reduces CO and HC emissions.


blogger templates | Make Money Online