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Bht Dashy bike hai yaar.
" Hope for the best & Prepare for the worst. "
... What is the concept?
i think this is really weird to ride on
(1)Austin of England, a35, 1958, 850cc,,, (2) Mercedes benz , w202, C - 180 ,,, (3) 2003 HONDA CITY,,,, (4) Triumph TRW 500cc, 1952,,,,
^ Beasty Looks? I beg to differ.
Hayabusa 1300CC look much more Beasty than this
CONCEPT is design testing that is done before production!
Give me some sunshine! Give me some rain... give me another chance i wanna grow up once again.....
Ok..Here are the bike specs I searched the net:
The Aprilia FV2 1200 Concept Bike
The motor in the FV2 1200 is a 1200 cc, 90° V twin,
A carbon fibre, load bearing frame with integrated filter box.
The seat is supported by an aluminium beam and by two carbon fibre struts that extend into the tail and around the rear light cluster.
It weighs under 160 kg
The 1200 cc V twin engine is liquid cooled and boast a ride-by-wire control system. Traction control.
A latest generation ABS
Technical Specification 1200 Engine
Engine Aprilia V90
Four stroke longitudinal 90° V twin (30°-120°). 4 strokes. Liquid cooled. Double overhead camshaft with mixed gear/chain drive. Four valves per cylinder. (DOHC).
Fuel Unleaded petrol.
Bore x stroke 106 x 67,8 mm
Total displacement 1.196,63 cc
Compression ratio 12,0:1
Maximum power at the crank 134,5 Cv @ 9.500 rpm.
Maximum torque at the crank 10,5 Kgm @ 4.000 rpm.
Fuel system Integrated engine management system.
Injection with Ride by Wire control of the throttle bodies, Ø 52mm
Ignition Digital electronic, Stick Coil integrated with the injection
Exhaust Two in one system in 100% stainless steel with three-way catalytic converter and Lambda probe
Generator 450 W
Lubrication Wet sump, circuit capacity 3,2 l
Gearbox 6 speed, transmission ratio:
1° 14/36 (2,57:1)
2° 17/32 (1,88:1)
3° 20/30 (1,50:1)
4° 22/28 (1,27:1)
5° 23/26 (1,13:1)
6° 24/25 (1.04:1)
Clutch Multi-plate in oil bath, hydraulically operated.
Primary drive Spur gears, transmission ratio: 40/69 (1.725:1)
Final drive Chain. Transmission ratio: 16/36 (2.25:1)
I hope it gives your answer abobility.
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