The famous racer introduced a motorcycle with a V8 engineDecember 13, 2019
The popular British racer and record holder Zef Eisenberg decided to attract fans of high speeds and adrenaline by announcing the small-series motorcycle Eisenberg V8.
The project began about four years ago, and immediately the developers had problems – they had to solve issues on the technical and electrical parts. A 3.0-liter eight-cylinder engine with 480 horsepower was installed in the steel frame. at 10 500 rpm The power unit itself is two spliced motors from the Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa. The engine weighs only 80 kg, it was not equipped with a turbocharger, but it received a flat crankshaft, which can be found on Ferrari supercars.
One of the main problems facing the team of Zef Eisenberg was overheating of the engine. Nevertheless, this nuance could be eliminated by a thorough study of the nature of the air flow and the installation of two radiators – at the bottom of the engine for a relatively quiet ride and the second in front of the engine itself, operating at high speeds.
The motorcycle can turn on the rain mode, after which half of the cylinders are turned off, and the bike’s power decreases to 240 hp. The motorcycle received a Quaife with a centrifugal clutch, a Nitron monoshock-absorber, an ISR brake system and BST carbon-fiber rims.
The cost is still unknown, however, according to preliminary data, it will be at least 150 thousand pounds. Sales will begin early next year.
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