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The all-engines steady initial climb speed. The speed assumed for the first segment of the noise-abatement takeoff procedure.
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Well suited to customers who don t want to sacrifice comfort during long days of two-wheel exploration, often riding two-up, the VFR1200X is powered by a 1,237cc V4 engine and is available with a standard gearbox or Honda s industry-exclusive six-speed, fully automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), which has been refined and updated with additional modes; both versions feature Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), combined ABS brakes and shaft drive.
The model is equipped with a 1,237cc V4 engine and is available with a standard gearbox or Honda's industry-exclusive six-speed, fully automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), which has been refined and updated with additional modes.
Peeking out from beneath the 2&4's wacky bodywork (not that there's much of it) are exhaust pipes that lead to the same 999cc V4 engine that's fitted to Honda's RC213V road-going Moto GP bike.
An infographic that delivers all of Aprilia's "firsts" - such as its current World Superbike speed record, its ground-breaking 65-degree V4 engine design and Aprilia Performance Ride Control (APRC) racing electronics technology;
It will be powered by the 1,200cc V4 engine of the VFR1200, with all the styling of a big adventure bike.
The Crossrunner is made up of parts straight off other Hondas, starting from that 800cc V4 engine originally fitted to the VFR800.
Powered by a two-litre V4 engine generating about 200 horsepower, the concept as explained by Martin is simple: "If you shoot enough air down fast enough, then you'll go up.
The Model Y, another pristine specimen, was the first pounds 100 car; the Ford Corsair the first to use a V4 engine aimed at taking up less space than an in-line unit and the 'jelly mould' Sierra the car that set a new design direction.
Taking the rough with the smooth, the Crossrunner's rugged suspension set-up and hi-tech V4 engine makes it ideal in difficult terrain and great on the highway.
Bounce over rugged terrain on the four-wheel suspension dune buggy and watch the pistons of the V4 engine move in and out.
The new bike gets a 1,237cc V4 engine that puts out a claimed 175bhp.
Product: Yamaha V-MAX 2009 Price: Rs 20 lakh GOOD DEAL: Powered by a 1,679 cc, four-cylinder V4 engine, it's the most powerful superbike available in the country.