The Street Fleet, an Insanely Evil V-Twin Fighter [Photo Gallery]
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Created by Nejc Brezovsek, this bike is a very mighty proof that custom fighters aren't by far gone. The bespoke frame is most likely the most striking element of this build: made from stainless steel as a prototype unit, the chassis of the Street Fleet is beautifully complemented by a custom single-sided swingarm, both handmade.
The chassis holds a brawny RevTech 125cui (2,050cc) v-twin 135 hp engine mated to a BDL open primary, driving the 6-speed RevTech tranny via a hydraulic-actuation clutch. The engine is fed from a custom carbon fiber tank, but Nejc also provided the Street Fleet with a reserve one. The oil tank is also hand-made to fit.
Ohlins provided the front-end, and the bike received ISR 320mm front rotors, squeezed by a 4-pot Brmbo caliper. A 2-piston Brembo unit care for the 300mm rear disc. Magnesium rims came in place, a 17" Marvic Penta in the front and an 18" Oz Chrono in the rear, both with Metzeler tires.
We bet this beast is fast as hell and it has thrust to make even the seasoned motorcycle riders unable to control a dumb smile as the throttle twists...
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On 3 September 2013 at 13:38 UTC, Doctor J. said:
Good luck riding that more than a block before your legs burn. And what's the point of using an intermediate final drive chain? Especially with that idler sprocket it's just sapping more power from an already lacking lump...
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