Friday, July 20, 2007

TwinTrax: Harley-powered dragster for the street?

The TwinTrax uses two Harley engines mounted one behind the other...

And now, from Germany, we have the TwinTrax. Two Harley-Davidson engines in a stretched chassis, belt drive, WP suspension components, dragster-like seating position and a dry weight of around 400 kilos. No word on performance (the official website does not offer any details) and we would rather have an XR1200 anyway, thanks very much.

We found the TwinTrax on Oliepeil.

Also see:
XR1200: One of the best Harleys ever...?
Just how fast can a diesel motorcycle be?
Significant firsts in motorcycling
Shelby and Rucker's 150bhp chopper!
"GSX-Rs are for moped riders!"
Mad Jack: Custom streetfighter done right
Evil: Troy Lee's Canyon Chaser
The absolutely amazing V-Rex!
Jesse James' seven-cylinder, airplane-engined motorcycle!!

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