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Fischer MRX 650

24 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Fischer MRX 650
Fischer MRX 650

Fischer MRX 650 superbike to be built in August

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A while ago we had and article about the ‘First American Superbike’ from Dan Fischer. Well a year on and the bike is finally a reality. Dan Fischer has worked over the past 3 years and has created his dream, the Fischer MRX 650.

The bike was recently on display and is the third prototype in the series. This bike will be going to production in August for a limited run. The MRX 650 will be on sale for approximately $9995.00 USD.

The production model will differ from the bike shown, changes include; a cowling style pillion seat, no supercharger as shown on the prototype, bigger mirrors, and a novel piece of design – a translucent strip (seen as carbon-fibre in the photo) splitting the tank cover and revealing the clear fuel tank and air box below.

The engine is a 90-degree liquid-cooled v-twin developing 77 hp at 9400rpm. It’s very similar to the Suzuki SV650, that’s no coincidence since the engine is supplied by a team from Korea’s Hyosung, one of whose members is one of the original designers of the SV. This engine also sees use in Hyosung’s SV-inspired Comet 650.

In the case of the Fischer MRX, however, don’t expect the same mild-mannered characteristics, expectations are that it will be a bit of a wild thing and a true superbike.

The American company Gemini Technology Systems, instrumental in the development of the earlier Harley Davidson VR-1000 superbike refined the top end of the new power plant. They are also responsible for the development of the MRX’s chassis. The geometry was developed out of research on a number of currently manufactured offerings as well as the known specs for MotoGP bikes. The bike’s styling is largely the work of British motorcycle designer Glynn Kerr.

The result is a bike with an origami style angular edges and potentially class leading handling.

Specifications:

Engine:

Engine Type: 647cc liquid-cooled 90-degree V-twin

Bore and Stroke: 100mm x 63.6 mm

Compression Ratio: 10.0:1

Valve Train: DOHC; four valves per cylinder


Carburetion: Dual Mikuni 39mm

Ignition: Computer controlled digital with variable mapping

Drive Train:

Transmission: 6 speed

Final Drive: #530 O-ring-sealed chain

Chassis/Suspension/Brakes:

Front Suspension: 43.0 mm inverted Ohlins cartridge fork with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustable, 4.3 inches of travel

Rear Suspension: Single shock with spring-preload, ride height adjustment rebound and compression damping adjustable, 4.6 inches of travel

Front Brakes: Dual full-floating 310.0mm disks with 4 piston calipers

Rear Brake: Single 210.0mm disk with single piston caliper

Front Tyre: Continental 120/70ZR-17 Radial

Fischer MRX 650
Fischer MRX 650
Fischer MRX 650
Fischer MRX 650
Fischer MRX 650

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