Hesketh develops a three-cylinder charged bikeOctober 9, 2019
The British company Hesketh plans to shock the world public as it prepares for the premiere of a new 1000 cc three-cylinder motorcycle.
At the moment there is little detailed information. There is only a conceptual sketch depicted above. The British manufacturer is going to translate it into reality over the next year. Very ambitious plans for such a small manufacturer.
First, Hesketh decided to intrigue the public a bit. The engine is installed along the chassis, the heads are looking to the right. In 99% of cases, in-line motors are placed across for a better balance and even distribution of forces of influence on the left and right side of the motorcycle.
How much they plan to squeeze out of a 1000 cc three-cylinder engine is still unknown. The supercharger can give a serious boost to the level with the Kawasaki H2.
All Hesketh motorcycles are not cheap, so we can hardly count on a small price tag.
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