Sunday, January 16, 2011

EBR 1190RS Review

EBR 1190RS_2

For the series “Night Shift”, the acrobatic Erik Buell said that his “pistaiola” 1190RR, the racing version of the Buell 1125R will become also produced a street version. Raise Your Voice in American racing, the new superbike marked EBR will keep all the characteristics that made her famous (even without excel in sales) from engine manufactured by Rotax specifically for this model.
EBR 1190RS_3
Twin cylinder, liquid cooled, the profound evolution of the V2 used on the Aprilia RSV Tuono, and is characterized by a V between the cylinders of 72 ° (60 ° engine “Aprilia”) and a displacement initially limited to 1125 cc. The first is no accident, because as the name suggests the new model, the V2 has been extended from 1125 to 1190 cc by using a larger bore: it has gone, in fact, from the previous 103 to the current 106 mm.
The power of the racing version stands at an altitude of 185 hp, but it is clear that a review road could also bring down the “entity” at an altitude between 160 and 170 bhp: compared to the previous 145 hp R and CR, In fact, the EBR has no choice in terms of CV if you want to be competitive in the market.
Fully faired, the new EBR 1190RS use the same chassis and suspension designed by Harley Davidson Buell era, albeit with revised and corrected calibrations to meet the needs of power type of vehicle.
We will know more in the coming months (February 2011), when the non-compete agreement between HD and Buell motorcycles on the production of road approved signed Buell expire!


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