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post #1 of 19 Old 07-19-2006, 09:01 AM Thread Starter
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Got 100k buring a hole in your pocket??

MotoCzysz Limited Edition 990 Race Replica- Accepting Deposits!

Portland, Oregon July 18, 2006: At midnight, the eve of the 2006 Red
Bull USGP, MotoCzysz will begin accepting deposits for 50 limited
edition replica versions of the C1 factory race bikes being unveiled
the same weekend. This will be the first opportunity to own what will
be known as the most technically advanced motorcycle ever made in

The non-street legal replica C1 will share many of the specs as the
factory race bike, including carbon fiber frame and subframe, 6X Flex
front suspension, DUO rear suspension, and of course the longitudinal,
twin crank, triple overhead cam, 990 Z-Line 4 engine. With horsepower
figures of 200+ and weighing less than 375lbs, the replica C1 is a
stunning example of America's ability to produce a world class race
bike. The limited edition bikes are offered at $100,000, and will
begin delivering in early 2007.

For additional technical specs and information an making a deposit,
please visit after July 21st, 2006.

MotoCzysz, an American motorcycle company producing the most
advanced, high performance motorcycles made in the U.S.A. The world
class team of designers and engineers has produced innovative
solutions that have been awarded US and world wide patents, including
a patent for a high performance counter rotating, twin crank
combustion engine. For more information, please visit
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post #2 of 19 Old 07-19-2006, 09:40 AM
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No thanks, I'm happy with my 10
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I would love to have that bike but not for $100,000 little steep for me. I do think it is a work of art though.

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Interesting, this is the first I've heard of that bike.
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Lets put 100,000 into a 10r and see who wins :-p
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sounds likwe a waste to me
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Bike is a thoroughbred. Like all GP/Superbikes, it should be incredible. An amazing piece of machinery, respect.
If I had some money I would buy one. The suspension setup is pretty neat, you dont usually see a twin shock rear end in modern sportbikes. I dont know everybike ever made, and this may have been done before but, "longitudinal,
twin crank, triple overhead cam, 990 Z-Line 4 engine" sounds pretty interesting.
Consider that the motors in our bikes are mounted laterally for many reasons one being the ease of putting the power to the ground.Just a cool bike, Triple sounds good to.

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I like the looks of it I can find a place in the garage to park one of those.

How much to plate and insure it?

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They just posted a new video clip of the new engine on the dyno. Its not a full dyno run, but you can hear the sounds from their engine. Its AWESOME. I can't wait to see the final product!

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