Now some performance and technical specs for all you gearheads who keep e-mailing me to put them on my site (sorry for the delay).
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NAME: The IndyCycle
YEAR: 1994 (this is because it uses the same registration/VIN as the Original Vehicle)
MODEL: IndyCycle (also referred to as a specialty-constructed motorcycle)
BUILDER: Me and my friends
BODY: Custom Fiberglass/Aluminum by Me
PAINT: PPG Performance Red, sprayed by Rob Hamilton of K&R Auto Repair, Severn, MD.
DRY WEIGHT: 760 lbs.
OVERALL HEIGHT: 41"
BODY WIDTH: 24"
OVERALL LENGTH: 156"
PERFORMANCE 0-60: quicker than most cars
0-100: more fun than most cars
TOP SPEED: 150+MPH (estimated - what, you think I am going to get it up to that kind of speed on the street and keep my license? I get enough attention from the police doing the speed limit!)
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION: 1987 Suzuki GSXR 750cc 6-Speed (Mostly Stock)
FRONT SUSPENSION & BRAKES:
Unequal-length, Tubular Chromoly A-arms
Rocker-arm/Pushrod Suspension Linkage
Air-adjustable, Coil-over Shocks
Aerospace Components Aluminum Single-Cylinder Calipers
11" Crossdrilled Alloy Disks
REAR SUSPENSION & BRAKES:
Stock 1987 Suzuki GSXR 750 Swingarm
Stock Coil-over shock
Stock Rear Calipers/disk
H&S Racing Rack&Pinion Unit with 4 1/2" Custom Extensions
FRAME: The frame is a custom chromoly safety cage bolted to a stock 1987 Suzuki GSXR aluminum engine cradle at five points, ensuring rigidity. It was powdercoated black by Maryland Metal Finishers of Eldersburg, MD.
BODY: The body consists of a custom fiberglass upper unit - hand-laid over a front shell made of laminated wood strips and a rear shell formed from Polyisocyanurate Panels - and aluminum side panels.
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