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Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V

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World’s Most Powerful Production Motorcycle

You are looking at the latest very exclusive motorcycle released by small manufacturer Vyrus from Rimini, Italy. Named the 987 C3 4V this very light weight bike (only 339 pounds) is able to produce 211 hp from its Ducati-sourced 1198cc V-twin engine, boosted by the presence of a supercharger and proudly carries the title of the Most Powerful Production Motorcycle in the World.

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Correction: This is NOT the worlds most powerful motorcycle. It may be the most powerful V-Twin, however it does not come close to any Boss Hoss or other production V-8 motorcycle. Boss Hoss has made production motorcycles for nearly 20 years, they are DOT, EPA and CARB and European compliant, and are listed in all price guides as production motorcycles.

The Vyrus pictured is certainly not DOT compliant (no legal turn signals, slick tires, etc.) and I suspect not EPA or CARB compliant either. From past postings I know you are biased against V-8 motorcycles, however they are every bit as much a motorcycle as your beloved V-Twins, and considerably more powerful.

This will turn into an argument that will never end depending on one’s perspective…

the Boss Hoss uses a car engine, not a purpose-built motorcycle engine. Using your logic, I suspect the turbine bike from Louisiana (which uses a helicopter turbine) would beat your beloved v8

racing slicks and lighting? not difficult to adjust.

First: This bike is pretty cool. Looks like its a race only bike, but not a GP bike and cant be raced over here in AMA? So what is this a really cool for fun track bike. Lots of work in it for sure. I would hate to have to replace a valve seat or anything in the motor.

Being a ‘race bike’ with 200+ HP im user its high strung and you will need replacement parts… That’s more than working on the bike after work job..

Bimota Vyrus 985 C3 4V

Second, Hoyt: I’m with you… the people who think the boss hoss bike is the biggest badest are nothing more than my ‘posting name’. I guess I could build a bike with a NHRA Top Fuel motor with 8000 HP and walk around a say. hey my bike has the most power… LAME To use a good quote from Rahm “Dead Fish” Emanuel…. that’s just F’ing Retarded.

With all due respect to the owners of these “machines”. That’s OK if you think your all big billy bad ass. We just bust out laughing at those people…..

Much props to the people that use there brains for the ‘most HP’… John Britten, Michael Czysz, Burt Monroe, Etc

For the record I don’t ride a Boss Hoss (or particularly like them), I’m just trying to be accurate. I do fly helicopters and know the Allison engine used by MTT in the Y2K bike puts out 320 HP and 425 ft. lbs. torque, more than the Vyrus but less than some Boss Hoss models. There seems to exist an unreasonable closed mindedness among the V-Twin aficionados that if a motorcycle doesn’t have a V-Twin engine it is not a “real” motorcycle.

This Bike is no more a Production Motorcycle then the Race Bikes used in Daytona and may other Tracks in the Country, built by Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki and etc. Those Bikes were developed as this Bike was, and can be duplicated easier then the Vyrus. They don’t need Turbo’s and they are making that kind of Horse Power or pretty close.

The Price on those Competition Bikes are Probably $100,000 Plus, but the next Bike that they Modeled the Race Bike after would be less then $20,000.

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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