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radical RC51 from Germany

Have a look at this beauty! I am drooling over the exhaust.....
link is in german
http://www.tuningcompany.de/unterneh...p12/index.html
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the brakes and exhaust are sick!

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the brakes and exhaust are sick!
The brakes are PFM.
http://www.pfmbrakes.com/products.php

The rotors are held onto the carriers via a snap-ring and are quick change.
You have use their calipers with the rotors as the swept area is thinner than normal.
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Did you catch the RC51 project bikes?
http://www.tuningcompany.de/aktuelle...ccm/index.html

Variant I:
1315cc with 106mm bore and 74.6 stroke
Has 13:1 compression with 11.5K redline.
179 - 187 HP and 103 - 107 Ft/Lbs of torque.
Requires a 24V electrical system just to crank it.

Variant II:
1120cc with 106mm bore and 63.6mm stroke.
Also with 13:1 compression and 11.5K redline.
Has 160 - 167 HP and 88 - 90 Ft/Lbs of torque.
This one still uses a 12V electrical system.

Both have the replacement Kainzinger gearbox which can handle the added power.

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Have a look at this beauty! I am drooling over the exhaust.....
link is in german
http://www.tuningcompany.de/unterneh...p12/index.html
According to the site, it has 173 HP and 97 Ft/Lbs of torque.
And weighs 381.5 Lbs.
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Could anyone produce such an aftermarket exhaust system? I wrote to Durbahn in Hamburg Germany, but he does not have any of the Edwards replica exhausts anymore. would be interesting if someone could be found who could produce such kit. There are lots of posts on the various forums on exhausts. Who knows, a small production run might be possible....

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Could anyone produce such an aftermarket exhaust system?
Simon, Sato, Akrapovic, Arrow can all produce the exhaust (or a similar variation). Be prepared to pony up some cash... they usually want to do 30-50 units per run (bare minimum, doing enthusiasts a favor). $3K/$5K exhaust system x 30 units = minimum total.

But yes, it would be great if there was a run...
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that is a nice bike, and some sweet numbers to go with it.

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The brakes are PFM.
http://www.pfmbrakes.com/products.php

The rotors are held onto the carriers via a snap-ring and are quick change.
You have use their calipers with the rotors as the swept area is thinner than normal.
is this offered as a kit for purchase? Imagine running up on a 1098r and lighting him up!

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talking about the engine kit of coarse

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