Senin, 18 Juli 2011

Buell 1125R RMR Daytona SportBike

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For an avid motorcyclist, one of the biggest question marks around Daytona AMA Pro Road Racing Sportbike class is what it feels like to ride one of these "sport bikes" in the race full adjustment of the factory. Recently, the motorcycle, USA given that opportunity, testing the Geico Powersports Richie Morris Racing Buell 1125R racebike around Road America road course of 4 miles in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

In our comparison of Daytona Sportbike street bike was found that, in fact, a 2009 production Buell 1125R has a performance advantage compared to its class rivals - including the 2009 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R and Aprilia RSV1000R. But how does it compare with the bike of values ​​that is based out of? To our surprise, not so different.

In order to create better parity in the class, the rules of the DSB would not allow a lot of engine Modifications. Instead the set of rules gives more scope for changes to the chassis. So many of the changes the team focus on that area.

Most obvious is the goal naked in the aluminum frame and swingarm for enhanced racebike, which also allows a conventional chain / sprocket end rather than the stock belt. It is also surprising how different the bike race is plastics. The lower fairing and tail section of the 1125R racebike closer look at a European or Japanese sport bike, until the eye picks up these two huge balls of air on both sides and their upper fairing large, that remind all Buell.

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