Ronax 500: 100.000 € Moto GP Street created old-fashioned
Long ago we told you about the Honda RC213V-S Street, practically a Moto GP enrollable, created an unhealthy attention to detail. However, a criticism of the same appearance was not available pneumatic valves or carbon brake GP racing motorcycle. The Ronax 500 that we present today it comes from Germany, and is also a Moto GP street, but created in the 90s thinking a motorcycle two-stroke engine and 160 hp. A machine which Mike Doohan would be proud.
What if we tell you that has four escapes and 320 hp / liter espcífica power?
The building is 500 Ronax identical to the old Moto GP. A brazed aluminum chassis hand is the heart of the motorcycle, with an impressive V4 engine acting self-supporting element. The four-cylinder V employs fuel injection and modern electronics, but its operation is two times. It is an explosive, sharp, very angry motor. It develops from only half a liter of displacement the tremendous power of 160 hp at 11,500 rpm. We talk about 320 hp / liter specific power.
With this fact the body already left us shivering. Moreover when we heard roaring beast with four tailpipes, steaming freshly burned oil. Two tails are mounted on the tail, the other two on the right side of the bike. The fairing of the bike GP500 perfectly mimics the 90s, with many right angles and a simple front cowl, but very effective. Of course, the full fairing is constructed of carbon fiber, with the most modern techniques of the time.
It is manufactured by hand in Dresden, and prices start at 100,000 euros.
A LED optics It hides in the air intake type ram-air engine, in central position. Recall that is a enrollable for road use moto, even the most experienced pilots prefer to give a more intense use in circuit. It is where this bike circuit allows us to emulate Crivillé or Doohan, with empty weight of only 145 kg which gives an absolutely maddening performance. The Honda RC213V-S weighs 170 kg vacuum as standard. The equipped with circuit package weighs 160 kilos vacuum.
Unoss Brembo Monoblock with 320mm discs act as the primary means of stopping this ashbeast, while a front fork Öhlins USD and rear shock Öhlins TTX caps off a part class cycle. From handcrafted, piloting electronic aids are not mentioned, so it is not far from a machine suitable for all audiences. Only the wealthiest drivers can afford to pay its price, which starts in no less than 100,000 euros.
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