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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Evidence of two-stroke motorcycles bounce back

An Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Vins Motors officially launched their new two-stroke motorcycles at the EICMA 2015, in Milan, Italy. Interestingly, although its engine has a capacity of 100 cc, but it has adopted the V-twin configuration.
Vins Powerlight, a new two-stroke motorcycle made by Vins Motors and made its debut at the EICMA 2015. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nphi57)
As reported by Visordown on Tuesday, November 24, 2015, the motorcycle was given the name 'Vins Powerlight'. Although the status of the two-stroke engine, but thanks to the latest technology application, the bike is safe in terms of exhaust emissions.
Top front view of Vins Powerlight. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nphi57)
The manufacturer claims that the Vins Powerlight has adopted a V-twin direct injection system until its exhaust gases produced quite clean and different from most of the two-stroke engines. This machine is also said to be 40 kilograms lighter than the weight of a conventional machine that has the same design.
Left side view of Vins Powerlight. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nphi57)
In addition to light, the two-stroke motorcycle is also equipped with a carbon monocoque frame, carbon wheels, Hossack-style front forks and rear swingarm with carbon fiber material. The company insists that this motorcycle use a little metal materials.
The machine is also set to 90 degrees, the cylinder up and down. Its airbox placed in V configuration on the machine, while the radiator is placed in front of the tank. Air intakes made large which is then channeled down the seat and above the rear wheel. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VINS MOTORS | VISORDOWN]
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