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Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V

The Worlds Most Powerful Motorcycle The Ducati Powered

Vyrus is a small, exclusivist motorcycle manufacturer based in Italy. Vyrus initially alongside Bimota on the evolutionary of Bimota’s “Tesi” motorcycle. The meaning Thesis in Italian, had its as a university engineering project to Massimo Tamburini.

The Tesi was easily distinguished by the use of its Hub-center front suspension arrangement.

split from the Bimota and the first evolution of the Tesi’s marketing the bike under own name. Currently Vyrus two models: 984 C3 2V (using a Ducati 2 valve, air-cooled engine) and 985 C3 4V with a Ducati sourced 4 water-cooled engine); both a displacement of almost 1000

The 984 has a V-twin (which the Italians to as a “L” twin, given the cylinder 2 valve Ducati engine develops a claimed 90.5 HP. The 985 has 4 valve Ducati engine develops a claimed 150 HP. The engineers of the are experienced in high-class motorcycles: of them having worked for like Ducati or Bimota.

The 987 C3 4V is the evolution of Vyrus’s radical superbike, replacing the 985’s engine with the latest 1198cc motor. An all-new package – as well the 987’s stable chassis, which dive or squat – makes the monstrous power controllable, boss Ascanio Rodorigo. will be able to ride it killing themselves,” he claims.

Three versions of the new 987 are planned, deliveries of the ‘basic’ 987 – offering and 163kg – beginning in the New Year, two hotter versions commencing in An ‘R’ version is tuned for 184bhp and 158kg (6kg less a Yamaha R6), while the ‘Kompressor’ version has just holding back its 211bhp. are expected to be £44k, £50.5k and respectively.

Vyrus boss Rodorigo the supercharged version has stretched and spun tyres on their in testing, and a new generation of electronics has required to bring the power in “The dramatic increase in of this bike has meant we very advanced traction and settings to keep its behaviour

Race-spec traction control sensors for wheel speed and …, plus a gyroscopic sensor combine with different engine maps to the most of the power in the broadest of conditions.

Chassis-wise the 987 has a new swing- geometry and different weight to the 985. Buyers will get engine maps to suit riding style and weight. is essential when you are dealing 107ftlb of torque,” says That’s 26% more than an R1.

Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V

Rodorigo believes the bike’s chassis is better suited to with near-MotoGP levels of on the road than conventional “It’s curious at first, but it easily into corners, and the grows the closer you get to the limit. incredibly confidence-building. The main is the light weight, not so much the he adds.

The 987’s predecessor, the near-… 985, topped out at – Vyrus has yet to speed test the new

Rodorigo, whose firm the famous Tesi 2D for Bimota, he’s convinced the hub-centre-steered is the true one, albeit a one at the moment.

“The advantages of type of design are evident riding the bike at any level. The end of a Vyrus doesn’t dive you brake into the corners, means you don’t get the weight on the front wheel.

“This you to brake later and corner and always keeps the bike stable and safe. At the same when accelerating, the rear doesn’t ‘sit down’. The is an experience that always easy and secure.”

Source | MCN Wikipedia

Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V
Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V
Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V
Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V
Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V


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