Monday, October 18, 2010

S-KTRC (Sport-Kawasaki Traction Control)


With S-KTRC, Kawasaki becomes the first Japanese manufacturer to deliver a race-bred traction-control system to the masses. As an evolution from what was learned on the MotoGP stage, Kawasaki points out that this traction-control system has been developed “to help riders push harder on the track by maximizing acceleration.”
Whereas the KTRC on the Concours 14 is designed primarily for safety, the S-KTRC helps reduce lap times by allowing a certain amount of slip before intervening. As long as “effective traction” is maintained, the TC will still allow power slides and wheelies.
Wheel-speed sensors are a key component of OEM TC systems, but S-KTRC does without an accelerometer (Ducati) or a gyro bank-angle input (BMW). The Kawi system (in development for five years) uses a Mitsubishi ECU to monitor engine speed, throttle position, acceleration rate and comparative wheel speeds to judge the bike’s slip angle, retarding ignition timing if the tires need to be reined back in. Data points are examined an incredible 200 times per second! By doing without accelerometer or bank-angle sensors, S-KTRC has no fixed maps, so the TC is able to adapt to modifications like exhaust systems or engine tweaks.
Kawasaki claims its TC system is so sophisticated that it can predict when traction conditions “are about to become unfavorable,” so it can engage mildly before slippage exceeds the range for optimal traction, minimizing harsh intervention.
Three levels of TC can be dialed in from handlebar switchgear, even while moving, and it can be switched off (while stopped) if you’re especially brave. Your chosen TC setting is stored in memory – like the Ronco Rotisserie, just set it and forget it!
The bottom of the new gauge pack has a 7-section bar-graph display showing the amount of TC intervention. Jeff Herzog, Kawasaki’s senior media relations coordinator and a former racer, said he saw only one bar light up during a full-throttle corner exit over a racetrack’s curb. “You’ll be amazed how often you’ll be able to use full throttle,” he says.

We’ve seen it, sat on it, and heard it run! Kawasaki has unleashed a potent new literbike weapon in the form of the 2011 ZX-10R.

This is not a warmed-over version of the existing 10R – it’s a ground-up redesign with virtually zero carry-over parts. More power and less weight (22 lbs is the target) are naturally part of the package, but less expected is a new traction-control system that is claimed to be the most sophisticated on the market and comes as standard equipment.
The result is a bike said to be a huge 2 seconds quicker around Autopolis than the 2010 edition in back-to-back testing on identical tires on the same day. This indicates it has the potential to turn better lap times than its literbike competitors.

Monday, August 23, 2010

1957 Norton Seeley Jap Racing 1000

1957 Norton Seeley Jap Racing 1000

1957 Norton Seeley Jap Racing 1000 - Police Motorcycle

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1957 Norton Seeley 1000 Jap Racing for sale. Built by Dave Cameron. 8/80hp JAP JTOS v-twin engine, fully rebuilt, Norton Featherbed frame. Very powerful race bike in perfect running order. Available in Indonesian.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Victory Motorcycles reminds me of Canada. Few people in the USA pay much attention to the nearly invisible Canucks, just as Victory cruisers are roundly overlooked by America's steadfast allegiance to Harley-Davidsons. You have a better chance of seeing a limited-edition CVO Harley on the road than you will riding alongside any Victory model made in the firm’s 13-year history.
But lest you think Victory might be going the way of the Dodo bird (or Buell, R.I.P….), you should be aware that sales of the Polaris Industries spin-off were up 48% in the second quarter of 2010, despite a lackluster economy and a general shrinking of the two-wheel market – the 1400-plus-cc market is down 14% in North America this year. It was also Victory’s third consecutive quarter of increased market share and retail sales, thanks in large part to the successful Cross Country and Cross Roads light-tourers introduced late in 2009. In international markets, Victory sales are up 25%.
Victory’s 106 cubic-inch V-Twin is now standard equipment across the lineup, as is a redesigned 6-speed transmission.Victory’s 106 cubic-inch V-Twin is now standard equipment across the lineup, as is a redesigned 6-speed transmission.

And for 2011 Victory continues to evolve its lineup via several engineering improvements, including the adoption of the 106 cubic-inch V-Twin across Vic’s entire lineup. The 106/6 was previously available only on the Vision, Hammer, Jackpot and the hot-rod Vegas LE).
The 106-incher comes in two states of tune. The Stage 1 version in Victory’s touring lineup produces a claimed 92 hp and 109 ft-lbs of torque. The cruisers receive the slightly hotter Stage 2 iteration with lumpier cams claiming 97 hp and 113 ft-lbs. Victory Engineering’s James Holroyd notes that the enlarged 1731cc motor offers 14% more horsepower at no increase in price. We can get behind a program like that!
Upgrades to Victory’s powertrain also include a totally re-worked 6-speed transmission that promises smoother shifting, easier neutral access, and 100,000-mile durability.
The 2011 Cross Roads, like all new Victorys, receives a totally redesigned 6-speed transmission with a neutral-assist feature. Gear whine in 4th and 6th gears is dramatically hushed. zz
Victory claims a 66% decrease in driveline lash via the use of “hi-lo dog/pocket” design, and alternating heights of the gear dogs are said to result in a better fill of pockets while increasing the likelihood of engagement. Shift forks have been redesigned for increased bending resistance, and selector drum tracks have been reprofiled to ease shifting. Durability is upped thanks to a larger bearings and wider gear-sets for 4th and 6th gears. A Neutral Selection Assist feature eases access to neutral even after clutch degradation, helping extend the range for oil service from 3,000 miles to 5,000.
But more importantly, Victory has alleviated the annoying whine from the previous tranny’s spur-type gears by employing new helical-cut gears. These reduce noise dramatically, a significant 6 to 10 dBA, depending on which gear is chosen, now allowing Victory’s touring models to meet Euro noise regs. The quieter gears (including a primary-drive gear-tooth geometry tweak) have a nice side benefit of letting engineers hog out the size of the exhaust’s outlet tips to emit a more satisfying rumble from the tailpipe.
Although Victory didn’t release any fully new models for 2011, several updates have spread through the line in addition to the 106-cube motor and reworked transmission. Here’s a list of this year’s upgrades.

1966 Veocette Thruxton


1966 Veocette Thruxton - Old Classic Motorcycle

Price: 32,513 USD (24,000 EUR)
Year: 1966 Location: Europe
Mileage: 100 ml (161 km)
Frame N.: Upon request
Engine N.: Upon request

Colour: Silver
Interior: -
In 1965 the Velocette factory optimised its product range introducing one of the most rapid 500 of that time (over 190 km/h), the 500 “Thruxton”. This bike was developed in memoriam of the Velocette that won the prestigious endurance race, the “500 miles of Thruxton”. With only a thousand of samples constructed from 1965 to 1967.

The here presented Velocette Thruxton is entirely original (VMT) and underwent a complete restoration in 2004 / 05 by the British specialist Steve Tonkin. The bike has only run a 100 miles since its restoration.
This is one of the most mythical, most beautiful and most rapid British motorcycles of the 60s and one of the most sought after by collectors.

1966 Velocette Thruxton for sale. Fully original (VMT), entirely restored in 2004/05 by Steve Tonkin. Hardly run since. Available in Spain including British registration and Thruxton Machine.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Harley-Davidson to Quit Making Sidecars

According to Motorcycle.com, Harley-Davidson will soon discontinue making sidecars. Here's an excerpt:

    "The Motor Company has been producing sidecars since 1914 but Harley-Davidson will stop accepting orders for sidecars once it completes its 2011 model year orders."

Read more.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

eletric motorcycles photos

classic eletric motorcycle vintage
eletric motorcycle vintage



eletric honda motorcycle
eletric honda motorcycle



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eletric motorcycle photo



the best uno eletric motorcycle
the best uno eletric motorcycle



used eletric motorcycle
used eletric motorcycle

The Missinglinks new header pic


I just wanna be there!!!!!


Motor Piaggio Scooter MP3



Motor Piaggio Scooter MP3...........

Motor Piaggio Vespa S Photos




Motor Piaggio Vespa S Photos.................

Tim's TriBSA 3 and a bit.........


Moving on toi the motor and gearbox, the clutch seemed to be disengaged when kicking the motor over there was no resistance, so last night I pulled the primary cover off and found that there were no plates or springs in the clutch basket. This morning I had a rummage in the shed and found a Hayward belt drive alloy clutch basket c/w a full 4 spring clutch assembly, I temporarily nicked the plates, springs and pressure plate and fitted them up, motor spins quite freely on the kickstart now so at least its not seized up.
I'm going to take the single chain primary set up off and keep it for the Indian Junior Scout, which will be running a Triumph 4 speed box. I'll get the right size of belt from Tony H and fit the belt drive kit with an alloy pressure plate to the TriBSA.

Friday, July 30, 2010

The Norton Cafe Commando Modification



The Norton Cafe Commando Modification.....................

Ducati Marlboro Team MotoGP

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Fiat Yamaha Galleries

Fiat Yamaha Galleries

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1984 Honda Astrea 800 - Cooper Modification



Motor : Honda Astrea 800 1984 (Jakarta - Indonesia)
Pemilik/Modifikator : Antonius Chandra
Fotografer : Yudi Motor Plus

Yamaha RX king Cool Modified

Yamaha RX king Cool Modified

Yamaha RX king - Gambar Modifikasi

Yamaha RX king Cool Modified Detailed specifications:

Custom Body:
Custom Duck Tail:
Custom Rear Body:
Body Paint: pearl white body & cyralic
Custom Paint Interior: Chassis them, swing arm, front of the machine & self-teflon
Custom Cutting Sticker & Stripping Varing: distribution pattern combinations silver & glitter
Seat: cream
Rear Hugger:

Bore Up: 175
Porting Polished:
CVT:
Muffler: Standard custom
Air Filter: koso
Coil:
Plugs:
Cable Plugs:
Camshaft:
Carburetor:
Carburetor Filter:
Spuyer:
CDI:
Piston:
Roller:
CVT Cover:
Cover Belt:

Front Wheel: the ride-it 215-17
Rear Wheel: the ride-it 215-17 & 3.50-17
Front Tromol: DIB to suzuki
Rear Tromol: Vega R
Front Tire: aspira 80/80-17
Rear Tire: aspira vee rubber 80/80-17 & 130/70-17
Front Shockbreaker:
Rear Shockbreaker:
Rear Per:
Brake Master: variations
Disc Plate: variations f1zr
Front SpackBoard:
Rear SpackBoard:

Brake Handle: variations crom
Front Lamp: vasriasi
Rear Lamp: variations matic motor thailand
Lamp:
Hand Grip:
Fuel Indicator:
Rear Bracket:
Deck:
Steer: custom
Mirror: variations
Front Carrier:
Rear Carrier:
Speedometer:
Rubber Set:
Horn:
Mudflap:
Flyscreen:
Mudguard Chest (18-carat gold layer):
Tachometer:
Front Sein:
Rear Sein:
Side Sein:

1973 BMW R75/5


1973 BMW R75/5 - Old Classic Motorcycles

In overview of various fuel tanks available for classic BMW motorcycles: R75/5, R60/5, R50/5.

BMW motorcycle, standard tank, toaster tank, chrome panel, blank tank, R75/5, R60/5, R50/5

1974 Ducati 750 Sport



Every few months, a vintage motorcycle comes along that stops me in my tracks. It’s happened again with this custom 1974 Ducati 750 Sport.


Ducati 750 Sport | Bike EXIF | Classic motorcycles, custom motorcycles and cafe racers

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally - August 9-15, 2010

Each year, hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists head toward what many feel is the motorcycling mecca of the world, Sturgis, and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota takes place this year August 9-15.

Check out my article on this great motorcycle rally. See if you can see me waving in the picture when I attended the 1993 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. I really need to go back to this great rally. How about you?

See Something Different in Sturgis this Year

It's that time of year again - the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally!

We'll be there again (NEW location this year!), demonstrating our newest motorcycle accessories -- and you can get great introductory prices on many of these NEW items!

  • eCaddy Motorcycle Clock - A full 2-inch face in either black or white. Luminescent numbers/hands. Water resistant. All this AND unlimited positioning options!
  • Blackberry Motorcycle Mounting Kits - beautiful chrome options and Otterbox too
  • Motorcycle iPhone Mounting Kits - including the new iPhone 4
  • "Fog Dawgs" Rain Guards - now you CAN have it all: warmer legs and feet AND better visibility!
  • Desert Digits Hand Guards - so new we can't tell you about it (you just have to come and see it!)

If you've ever wanted to see how our motorcycle mounting kits work, this is the perfect opportunity. We'll have hands-on demos for:

  • GPS
  • iPod/MP3
  • Phone/iPhone
  • Toll Passes
  • Satellite radio
  • Cameras
  • Beverages (coffee, water, pop, etc)
  • Flags

So come see us at Custom Corners on Lazelle St. between 7th and 8th (kitty-corner from J&P Cycle). We'll be there August 7-14!

Motorcycle Pictures of the Week - Outrigger

Here are my Pictures of the Week as displayed on the Motorcycle Views Website. These are taken from the Moto Pic Gallery. See Outrigger on his 1999 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Classic w/Frankenstein Trike Conversion. We need more pictures of men and women with their motorcycles. Get your picture in. For details, see Motorcycle Pictures of the Week.

If you'd like to see your bike as Picture of the Week, submit a picture of you and your bike along with a description of the bike.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Honda Vario Street Fighter Modification

Honda Vario Street Fighter ModificationHonda Vario Street Fighter Modification


In addition to being a student, a man whose name is also Fhilips Kristianto modif motor pursue even casually modif motor, but thanks to keisengannya modif Fhilips motor bike did not think the number was called as The Best Black Bike. With the motor diusungnya Vario Mototodify for the event, 19-year-old man is taking the concept of Street Fighter motorcycle.

Concept selection is to suggest a more sophisticated motor and has a sporty impression, when seen from the standard form of this motor Vario has been amended nearly 100 percent,

"The concept of my motorcycle Street Fighter made its name, the reason being I feel the concept's motor Vario usually matic she seems shallow, if I input the street fighter-class seems a little bit forward to the sport. So basically I like motor sport, so I have a plan to make Vario a motor sport, "ujarnya.Sedangkan the percentage changes were made to this Vario Fhilips says," 100 percent change ".

To change the motor is more focused on the motor body and legs, about the engine and framework embedded into it still relies on the original manufacturer of the Vario, "Only the innate Vario wrote the same machine next order only". Taking an idea from one of the automotive media, make changes to Fhilips Vario by removing some of the body and the legs of the original factory built, "If the change of the motor, rear body already using CS 1, the body behind him dicustom, let me put sweet little cover below same order triggers Street Fighternya, the leg-foot radius of my car put acrylic halved, measured and dibubut, so all the legs using acrylic. If most of all custom wheels ".

In order to look sexy, then change the order back Fhilips while to show the impression of street fighter extended handlebar. The man and his motorcycle the first time come to Djarum Black MOTODIFY contestants did not think the bike serial number was called as The Best Black Bike, "Nah aja ya thought suddenly summoned cuman yes I pray it is successful," he said. Fhilips added, "I am feeling very happy, yes, indeed I hope to catch The Best Black". For the final plan later Fhilips will complete the front legs let more robust.

Motorcycles Modification in Pontianak Motodify Contest

Modification+in+Pontianak+Motodify+ContestMotorcycles Modification in Pontianak Motodify Contest


This is the second time the motor modifications contests Djarum Black MOTODIFY visited earth Equator, Pontianak, West Kalimantan. The event that took place during the 2-day gala (7-8/11) has ended. The Summit, held on Sunday (8 / 11) evening gala held to create hundreds of young people Pontianak parents even late in the festive event at the venue took Pontianak Trade Center (PCC).

Queue visitors at the entrance was visible long after the evening prayer time this show will Pontianak public interest particularly automotive huge motorcycle. Not a few people who come in groups of one group Mio Owner Club and some that come in pairs. They were curious to see and know who the champion at this year MOTODIFY. Festivity increasingly felt when MC Bie and daughter on stage to greet the visitors.

Backed by a full package of Djarum Black-style entertainment, the opening entertainment by local bands that come adorned modification contest this time, the atmosphere became more animated when DJ Lady in action his house music. And the situation even more heated when the sexy dancer by Dyah Girl get up on stage and started meliak-liukkan body with diiringin DJ played the song Lady and the action body grinder to cover entertainment Pontianak MOTODIFY 2009.

Yamaha Force 1 Racing Modification

Yamaha Force 1 Racing ModificationYamaha Force 1 Racing Modification

Many categories are contested in the contest modifications MOTODIFY Djarum Black, one of which is the category Racing Look. In this category Yamaha Force 1 has been brought home championships in the event that took place in Building Pontianak Convention Center (PCC) Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Sunday (8 / 11).

Starting from his favorite racing motorcycles will then Yamaha Force 1 was made with the typical style of straight track racing, or commonly known by the term drag bike. "The idea originally was fond of racing, the drag created by the force," explained owner Murhadiansyah the modifikator. Youth are usually called Dian does not require a long time in the cultivation of the bike to snatch the title of champion in the class Racing Look. "The work of the paint and chrome finish in four days," said the youth was 22 years.



The resulting color looks quite dynamic, dominated by candy tone orange color all over the frame and chrome on the legs look very eye catchy. Plus more detail in some parts of motorcycle racing is featured impression, minimalist style is characteristic of this straight track racing.

No wonder the jury was ordained as a drag bike champion. Pontianak is the original man the first time the motor modification contest. "At first I joined just a fad, not thought to be a champion," he explained. "I am very proud of this victory because initially only casually just joined the contest," he continued. Not in vain that the cost of seven million dollars spent to overhaul the total Force 1.

As a drag-based motor bike, not much variation or accessories that are attached to the motor. Motor designed specifically for minimizing any speed contest shape. There is no cover body, lights, seats and even the fuel tank removed and replaced with a smaller size. Some parts of the motor was replaced as the standard carburetor carburetor gambot evicted owned Yamaha RX King. Stang was changed to standard handlebar pins plus custom spontaneous gas belongs to the smell Kitaco racing on this bike more and more viscous. On the legs are made as thin as possible. Aluminum alloy which is relatively lighter than the standard of choice and wrapped thin tires. To the suspension of the motor lansiran year 1996 adopted a self-Posh brands. Because this bike is designed just for the contest, there is no change in the engine. "The engines are still the standard, nothing changed," he explained.

Best Extreme Scooter Bike Yamaha Mio

Best Extreme Scooter Bike Yamaha MioBest Extreme Scooter Bike Yamaha Mio


The purpose or the concept of a modification of the vehicle must have a different outcome than the other, so feelings are also experienced by Hendri. Actually the first idea of changing the motor lansiran Mio 2007 was to lead to extreme styles, but ultimately the final decision just on the side of the force approached the drag style.

Bit unique look at the context that is based on the results of his own design of steel pipe material. Gambot legs also adopted to enhance the impression of the Mio fierce. Not only that, the motor home country Japan is forced to adopt the wheel of the Honda Jazz at the rear wheels. Thanks to the increasing application of strong front suspension bersistem up side down waste from the large motor.

Tongkrongan from winning the title of The Best Black Bike, also decorated with various accessories therein. Among the spare part is installed braking device visible overflows result from Kawasaki Ninja RR. Then there are also other cosmetics from Brembo brake handle and the rear shock was also selected YSS lansiran products.

The process of workmanship done in his workshop, Dr. X Motors, where he was also the owner. "As the owner of the shop I wanted to do something different, so the Yamaha Mio later this modification will lead to the concept of harmony with the chopper bike I want," said Hendri.

Sector kitchen implanted into the target also changes made to the motor matic. According to the owner, a fundamental change to occur only in the replacement belt and roller. Goals of increasing energy, although small but decent enough to help the engine to be more responsive.

Suzuki Satria 120 R Jadi Moge

Suzuki Satria 120 R Jadi MogeSuzuki Satria 120 R Jadi Moge

Starting from the business sale and purchase of waste motor gede pioneered moge alias with his brother in Pontianak, the motor modifications resulted faced fierce. Suzuki Satria 120 R's Andi Salim, 25 become more macho views and of course filled with waste items from the motor gede. Original desire to make Satria looking tersbut Racing Look, the main point of concern is located at the stern. However, modifications diusungnya style precisely deliver lansiran Satria won the title in 2002 was the best in the category The Best Duck Modification in the event of Djarum Black MOTODIFY in Pontianak convention Center (7-8/11) ago.

Along with the development that occurred in rend Pontianak make Brenda a change of mind to update the look of two-wheeled milikya. Quite a few changes made, look out alias beautiful body clad in a red color candytone. As for bodinya rely ABS plastic material which is actually a cover of another motor, just needed a little change in the way mengemal perbagian side that will be built. The impression that was built to be more sporty models thanks to the front of the tank actually has a function as a cover of the oil container side.

See the support in the legs are neat devices results "caplokan" from moge. In looking ahead to use apliaksi from suspension up-side-down property CBR 1000 RR, with some supporting supporting accessories such as alloy wheels and disc brake Tiger variations. Associated with the braking device on the front wheel was adopted by Tokico Radial four piston which is a good KALIPER copotan CBR 1000 RR,

whereas the former is selected from the rear RS125 Aprilia. Then there is also a swing arm of the Aprilia RS 125 Diablo.

Not only from the legs of the sector, but Andi also use other accessories on the handlebars sperti comes from Suzuki GSX R750. Spontaneous gas ex Kawasaki ZX-14R also contribute their different colors in these modifications. Tire size 170/70 R 17 front and rear 130/70 R-17 joined to strengthen his character.

Kitchen runway is not a concern to Andi, who is also lower in the four motors together kakakanya event. He just follows the trend in the region berkemabang Pontianak, where the waste moge become a spare part is hunted for this year. So that any machine needs enough composition formulated with a "match" the daily course. Increased oversized torque to 50, and also head was pemaprasan considered for these motors. "Because in addition to the needs of the contest, Satria 120 R is also still used for daily needs," said Andi.