Sunday, January 10, 2010

Yamaha Motorsport Style Pictures





Yamaha Motorsport Style Pictures

Aprilia RSV 250 Motosport Style





Aprilia RSV 250 Motosport Style

Aprilia Tuono 1000 Motosport




Aprilia Tuono 1000 Motosport
The Tuono 1000 R is unique in all ways, a perfect street-fighter and a perfect super-sports at the same time, with a fantastic sensation of total control and riding comfort. Attack the road ahead and live the sensation of speed, extreme cornering and acceleration muscle.
SPECIFICATIONS Engine
Type: V60 Magnesium Evolution. Longitudinal 60° V twin, four stroke. Liquid cooling with three-way pressurised circuit. Double overhead cams, mixed gear/chain timing drive, four valves per cylinder. Patented AVDC anti-vibration double countershaft.
Fuel: 95 RON unleaded petrol. Bore and stroke: 97 x 67.5 mm. Displacement: 997.62 cc. Compression ratio: 11.8:1. Maximum power at the crank: 102 kW (139 HP) at 9,500 rpm. Maximum torque at the crank: 10.9 kgm (107 Nm) at 8,500 rpm. Fuel system: Integrated electronic engine management system. Indirect multi-point electronic injection. 57 mm diameter throttle bodies. Ignition: Digital electronic ignition, integrated with the injection control system. One spark plug per cylinder. Starting: Electric starter. Exhaust system: Two silencers with three way catalytic converter and lambda probe oxygen sensor (Euro 3). Generator: 12 V – 500 W. Lubrication: Dry sump with separate oil reservoir. Double trochoid pump with oil cooler. Steel oil reservoir. Gearbox: 6 speed. Transmission ratios: 1st: 34/15 (2.27) 2nd: 31/19 (1.63) 3rd: 26/20 (1.3) 4th: 24/22 (1.091) 5th: 24/25 (0.96) 6th: 23/26 (0.88) Clutch: Multiple disc in oil bath with patented PPC power-assisted hydraulic control. Metal braid clutch line. Radial master cylinder with 15 mm piston. Primary drive: Spur gears. Transmission ratio: 60/31 (1.935:1). Final drive: Chain. Transmission ratio: 40/16 (2.5:1).

Friday, January 8, 2010

Honda RCV Motosport




Honda RCV Motosport
The engine is the heaviest component in a motorcycle, and due to a motorcycle's relatively low overall weight and size, the engine's location and orientation has profound effects on the balance, dimensions, and ergonomics. If a motorcycle designer changes the engine type or positioning or other aspect, changes in nearly every other major parameter of the motorcycle's design will usually be necessary.

The great majority of the world's motorcycles are manufactured and ridden outside of the wealthy, developed nations where these brands are active. For the rest of the world, the single-cylinder engine is the norm, some four-strokes but also a great many two-strokes. For hundreds of millions of people in China, India, Southeast Asia and Africa, whose need is the least expensive motorized transportation, the single offers a balanced compromise of low price, power-to-weight ratio, fuel efficiency, ease of maintenance, and ease of manufacture.

Kawasaki Ninja 250R Motosport





Kawasaki Ninja 250R Motosport
The Kawasaki Ninja 250R (previous generations had market-specific names) is a sport motorcycle originally introduced by Kawasaki Motors in 1983. As the marque's entry-level sportbike, it has proven to be a top seller, continuously experiencing double-digit sales growth. It is a popular machine with novices and experienced riders alike, renowned for its light handling, good fuel economy, and comfortable riding posture. The motorcycle has undergone few changes throughout its quarter-century lifetime, having received only two substantial redesigns. The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R is a Kawasaki middleweight sport bike. It was introduced in 1995 and has been constantly updated throughout the years in response to new products from Honda, Suzuki, and Yamaha. The ZX series is what was known as the Ninja line of Kawasaki motorcycles in the 1980s and still carries the moniker today.
Kawasaki Ninja 250R 4th gen Manufacturer Kawasaki Also called EX250 Parent company Kawasaki Heavy Industries Production 1986 — Class Sport bike Related Ninja 500R, Ninja 650R

Cagiva Mito 125 Motosport




Cagiva Mito 125 Motosport
The Cagiva Mito (English: Myth) is a small-engined Italian sports motorcycle. The powerplant consists of a two-stroke 125 cc single cylinder, with some models capable of producing over 30 hp (22 kW) in unrestricted form.
Cagiva Mito 2001 Cagiva Mito Evolution II Manufacturer Cagiva Production 1989 - present Class Sport bike Engine 125 cc two-stroke single Power approx. 30 hp Wheelbase 1,375 mm (54.1 in) Weight 129 kg (280 lb) Fuel capacity 14 litres (3.7 US gal)

Suzuki Bandit 1200 Motosport




Suzuki Bandit 1200 Motosport
The Suzuki Bandit is a series of standard (sometimes called "sport-standard") street motorcycles produced by Suzuki. All engines are DOHC inline four with 16 valves. 600, 650, 750 and 1200 models employ SACS (Suzuki Advanced Cooling System) cooling that is combined air-cooled and oil-cooled; The 600 cc model's engine is taken from the GSX-F 600 and retuned for more midrange. The 1200 cc models engine on the other hand is a bored out GSXR 1100 item. The 250 and 400 cc models are water-cooled.

For model year 2007, Suzuki abandoned the venerable early GSX-R derived engine in favor of new fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engines. Both 650 and 1250 models now meet euro-3 emission standards.
Suzuki GSF Series A 1998 Suzuki Bandit GSF1200S Manufacturer Suzuki Also called Bandit Production since 1991 Predecessor Suzuki GS series Class Standard Engine Transverse inline four
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