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zamochit
12-03-2009, 09:52 PM
World’s Fastest Street Bike (http://www.cyrilhuzeblog.com/2009/12/03/worlds-fastest-street-bike/)


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Just unveiled at the Germany Essen Motor Show this street machine named “AsphaltfighterŽ Stormbringer (http://www.asphaltfighters-stormbringer.com/)” is one that even professional motorcycle racers could only dream of in the past. It starts with a top speed of 320+ km/h (199 mph), accelerates from zero to 300 km/h (186 mph) in just 13.9 seconds! It weights only 195 kg wet (429 lb.) and is powered by a 1,000 cc liquid-cooled four-cylinder four-valve engine from engine manufacturer BIKERBOX with a rated power output of 220 hp / 161.9 kW, which in booster mode can be increased to 280 hp / 206 kW for short periods of time.
http://www.cyrilhuzeblog.com/wp-content/uploads/asphaltfightersbis.jpgIt is built in small-series production by WARM UP Zweiradtechnik GmbH in Aalen, Germany with an MSRP starting at 57,500 Euros ($85,500). Electronics feature an adjustable ten-stage traction control, a launch control feature for perfect acceleration from rest and a freely programmable speed limiter activated at the push of the button for city traffic or for the pit lane. The bike got revolutionary features never seen before on a motorcycle like a backup camera system that eliminates the need for conventional rearview mirrors, a head-up display that projects the current speed onto the windscreen and an innovative lighting system with LED daytime running lights and just one extremely powerful Xenon headlamp that serves as both high and low beam. If you want to order one it will include a precision setup of your body to the bike controls, and because of aerodynamics and turbulences at high speed you get also a high end color coordinated carbon-fiber and Kevlar helmet and a custom tailored leather suit whose properties make it perfectly suited for the extremely high speeds you will reach with your motorcycle. All what you want to know at Asphaltfighters Stormbringer (http://www.asphaltfighters-stormbringer.com/)

Bob
12-04-2009, 08:18 AM
It's cheaper than an MV. LOL

telecast
12-04-2009, 08:33 AM
And we all laughed at George Jetson....

junkyardjon
12-04-2009, 06:03 PM
that is a joke and i'm not gonna start up on why thats B.S.

zamochit
12-04-2009, 06:49 PM
Elaborate please?

junkyardjon
12-05-2009, 11:04 AM
not really but remember the japanese agreed to 186 top speed. i know it's not a japanese bike but run it against a 99 busa with $75,500 in mods and let me know how it turns out LOL. it's all a market gimmick and at $85,500 it's a joke.

just remember most of the top speed testing was done on new busa's at the time. i'd like to see what they run once the motors have a few miles on'em. some tester's ran 200mph on stock bikes with gps.

Bob
12-05-2009, 12:08 PM
not really but remember the japanese agreed to 186 top speed. i know it's not a japanese bike but run it against a 99 busa with $75,500 in mods and let me know how it turns out LOL. it's all a market gimmick and at $85,500 it's a joke.

just remember most of the top speed testing was done on new busa's at the time. i'd like to see what they run once the motors have a few miles on'em. some tester's ran 200mph on stock bikes with gps.

That's true man. Through $70K into any bike and you'll probably have a top speed contender.