At a time when motorcycle manufacturers tune their mechanical face stricter environmental regulations and begin to pull the turbo to reduce emissions with the same features striking arriving PGM projects like V8.
It is a naked sidereal produced in Australia riding a V8 engine in his gut. as well as becoming one of the most expensive bikes series history. Australians out by $ 228,000, 160,000 euros and it becomes the most powerful production naked created to date.
If the German Horex VR6 seemed crazy and you wait to see the V8 engine of 1,996 cc to 90 of 334 horsepower at 12,800 rpm and 214 Nm of torque at 9,500 rpm V8 that equips the PGM. It has more power than even the Kawasaki Ninja H2R so many covers and attention has been taken. It also costs three times as much, although it is approved for the road … at least the Australian. To try to fit the car spectacular block the bike has tried to minimize the weight in other areas, for example with a carbon fiber fairings and engine components in aluminum parts and Motec ECU personalized competition E130 manages all the power of the bike through the instrumentation. The huge curved radiator in turn tries to keep the bike refrigerated at all times.
Exclusive Parts in Superbike
The PGM V8 is also not deprive a chassis style of the most exclusive Superbike. Thus equipped fork Öhlins 48mm fully adjustable front, rear suspension Öhlins TTX second generation Trellis frame type chromium-molybdenum and aluminum Marchesini wheels 17-inch aluminum tires Michelin Pilot Power 3 high capacity (190 mm in the back), double GP4 Brembo front brake 320 mm disc on the front axle … and a 4-2-1 dual exhaust Akrapovic titanium and carbon with a custom sound to mimic the Formula 1 70s.
The toll of the motorcycle logical addition to the crazy price is a wheelbase of 1.54 meters and a weight in running order of 242 kilos, so it is certainly not the best bike for a quick exit in the curve weekend. However, in this naked straight it is unrivaled, if your courage and your shoulders will allow. Shirt motorcycle savagery. Desire to see it moving, because you can already hear how it sounds.