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Thursday, June 4, 2015

The One-Off AlfaBeast Motorcycle

In a motorcycle modification process, the use of a car engine which is paired with a metal frame so as to form a unique motorcycle. What happens when you pinned a 2.5-liter V6 Alfa Romeo engine into a Kraft Tech hardtail? You get a bike that is simply overflowing with engine–and looks pretty damn bad-ass.
Chris Barber ride on his creation named 'AlfaBeast Motorcycle'. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1PYEnfW)
The Alfabeast, as its known, is a customized bike created by Chris Barber of Crossbreed Cycles. He took a 2.5 V6 engine with output to 156 hp and used it to build an unusual motorcycle. The engine sat on the frame and the entire frames created by Kraftec so that it is not a major obstacle in using a motorcycle with such a large engine.
Left side view of AlfaBeast Motorcycle. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1SPK4f7)
Right side view of AlfaBeast Motorcycle. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1SPK4f7)
In addition to the 156 hp Alfa engine, the bike features six separate exhaust pipes and located on both sides of every three. Air intake located on the fuel tank. Here are several pictures of this one-off motorcycle. (All pictures taken from: http://bit.ly/1EN25jk)
 
 

Water and oil radiators to keep everything cool, a Harley four-speed gearbox, and a kickstart. The forks and brakes of this melting pot come courtesy of the Kawasaki ZXR-750. The bike not only looks great, but certainly a good ride as the result of painstaking work. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CROSSBREED CYCLES | MOTORCRAVE]
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