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Brammo Enertia

Brammo Enertia

The Enertia is an motorcycle designed and sold by Inc. It uses a Lithium phosphate battery. and is intended as a vehicle. Enertia motorcycles went on sale in late 2009, [ 2 ] and began selling at Buy in August 2009. [ 3 ]


and components [ edit ]

The body monocoque construction. Early used carbon fiber as the material, but Brammo later to produce the monocoque body out of Some of the bike’s components are entirely of recycled material, the body panels are created a mixed percentage of recycled and new [ 4 ]

The Enertia’s permanent magnet AC motor is powered by six Valence iron phosphate battery which can provide a top speed of 62mph (100km/h). [ 4 ] The vehicle’s can be recharged via the onboard charger three hours by plugging a standard 110volt electrical [ 5 ]

Brammo has stated the Enertia not have regenerative braking of the limited benefit that regenerative braking technology to motorcycles, and the risk of traction [ citation needed ]

According to World magazine, With its mild-rise handlebar, sporty geometry and narrow 18-inch-front/17-inch-rear RoadRiders, the Enertia is a light and handler. The road test recorded a 0-60 mph time of seconds, and a quarter-mile run of 20.19 at 60.78 mph. [ 6 ]

The current versions of the Enertia being to the media are described as enjoyable to nimble and easy to control. It is capable of better speed widely promised, up to 65mph although this quickly the battery.

Most of the cost of the is due to the battery. Brammo is hoping for the of this component to fall in the and is talking of creating a program to rather than own the battery. [ 7 ]

Comparison with conventional [ edit ]

With 12–25hp and 17–34ft·lbf (23–46N·m) of torque in the mode, the Enertia’s power is comparable to a conventionally powered Ninja 250 motorcycle. [ 8 ] [ 9 ] However, the Ninja 250 has a top speed of 95.5mph [ 10 ] while the Enertia’s top speed is [ 8 ] or 55mph (89km/h). [ 4 ] [ 11 ] It has no gears or so shifting is not required, which claims enables the Enertia to go 0 to 30mph (0 to 48km/h) in 3.8seconds in mode. [ 8 ] Tested by Cycle . the Ninja 250 accelerates from 0 to (0 to 48km/h) in 2.0seconds. [ 12 ] Motorcycle News projected a range of (396km) for the Ninja 250 based on tested 51.2mpg -US (4.59L/100km; -imp ). [ 10 ] Brammo claims the has a range of 40to 50 miles between charges if power is set to the level, 40%. [ 8 ]

At 19.564lb (8.874kg) [ 13 ] [ 14 ] of carbon (CO 2 ) per gallon consumed, [ 15 ] the Ninja 250 emit 93.9lb (42.6kg) per (18l; 4.0impgal) tank, or 4,967lb (2,253kg) of CO

2 per year if the US average of 13,000 miles per year. [ 16 ] The Enertia would 260 charges over the course of miles (21,000km) at 50 miles per charge. With a battery capacity of 3.1kW·h, [ 17 ] the annual of electricity would be 806kW·h. a US national average emissions of (0.588kg) CO

Brammo Enertia

2 per kW·h, the Enertia’s carbon emissions would be (474kg). [ 16 ]

References [ edit ]

^ Brammo Powercycle Specifications. Brammo, Retrieved 2009-08-28. ^ SOUTHERN MANUFACTURER BRINGS ELECTRIC TO THE MASS MARKET (PDF).

Economic Development Association. 2, 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-21. ^ Jeremy (August 28, 2009). now on in select Best Buy locations, begin Enertia Now on Display in Best Buys, Sales

Retrieved 2009-08-28. ^ a b c Daniel (June 11, 2009). A Ride on the Brammo Enertia Motorcycle. The New York Times. 2009-07-21. ^ Hall-Geisler, Kristen 4, 2009).

An Electric Glide, at a The New York Times. Retrieved ^ Miles, Matthew (April Brammo Enertia Wind in face, lure of the open and the hum of an electric motor?, Cycle (magazine) . 40–43. ^ Carpenter, (31 July 2009).

Brammo electric motorcycle primes for its Buy debut. Up to Speed (blog) . ^ a b c d Seredynski. Enertia: The Electric MSN Autos.

Retrieved 2007-11-28. ^ Blain, Loz (6 2007), US$15,000 Carbon Enertia electric motorcycle to hit in early 2008. Gizmag . zippy enough to shoot of the traffic when the light green — the electric has 100% of its torque available a standstill, and it’ll pull to in 3.8 seconds, which is in the range of a 250cc motorcycle. ^ a b Santos, (June 2008), Model Kawasaki Ninja 250R Motorcycle Consumer News Inc.): 16–19 ^ Fermoso, (5 October 2008), With Eco-Friendly and Badass Can Mix. . At 12 to 25 horsepower (19 kilowatts) in its performance it’s on the same power as the Kawasaki Ninja 250 gas bike its speed tops out at 50 mph). ^ Gabe (June 2008), Fortune; 2008 Kawasaki 250R Cycle World Cycle World 47 (6): 76, 0011-4286 ^ Voluntary Reporting of Gases Program; Fuel and Source Codes and Emission . US Department of Energy ^ Emission Average Carbon Dioxide Resulting from Gasoline and Fuel . US Environmental Protection ^ Voluntary Reporting of Greenhouse Program (Glossary of Terms) . US of Energy, Emissions coefficient: A value for scaling emissions to data in terms of a standard of emissions per unit of activity pounds of carbon dioxide per unit of fossil fuel ^ a b How We Calculate . ^ Enertia Technical . Brammo

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