Here Are some adorable Beast, can also say as Muscular motorcycles
1) HONDA NRX1800 VALKYRIE 1800 RUNE
The story of the Rune is as much about flesh and blood emotion as it is about a chrome and steel motorcycle.One simply would not exist without the other.Its wheelbase stretches a mighty 68.9 inches, the longest in Honda’s lineup by more than an inch.
Its flat six with six throttle bodies and those two huge mufflers deliver 109 pounds-feet of torque to that fat 6- by 17inch rear wheel and it has the largest front and rear brake discs ever fitted to a production Honda.
The Wing’s liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 1,832cc opposed flat six-cylinder engine with single overhead cams and two valves per cylinder is the basis for the Rune’s mill. Six individual 32mm throttle bodies feed the cylinders instead of the Wing’s two 40mm units, however, and the Rune engine’s growl and slightly uneven lope at idle confirm additional changes to its cams, ignition and of course exhaust.
Type: Liquid-cooled, longitudinal opposed flat six
Bore x Stroke: 74.0 x 71.0mm
Compression Ratio: 9.8:1
Valve Train: SOHC, 2 valves per cyl.
Ignition: Computer controlled
Charging Output: 1,100 watts max.
Battery: 12V 18AH
Aluminium diamond w/ tubular-steel seat
Wheelbase: 68.9 in.
Seat Height: 27.2 in.
Wet Weight: 878 lbs.
Load Capacity: 275 lbs.
Fuel Capacity:24 lt
Average: 15 kmpl
Range: 330 km
2004 Honda Valkyrie Rune cost:
2)Harley Davidson Night V-Rod
Harley Davidson V-Rod Night Rod Special is truly a special motorcycle. It has loads of power and was always known for commanding respect from other riders owing to its high-performance and commanding looks. The fastback tail section is one of the highlights of the Night Rod Special. It showcases its drag strip legacy with its chopped down design. The aggressive tapering of the fender shows off that beautiful and fat rear end of the motorcycle.
The 240mm rear tyre not only looks great but also provides oodles of grip to the motorcycle when it puts down all of its power. The low rise handlebar provides a commanding riding position yet remains functional and ensures easy manoeuvrability of the machine. The cast aluminium wheels are light weight and look great in their 5 spoke avatar.
The Night Rod Special comes with a 1250cc liquid cooled, DOHC engine that makes around 120 Bhp of power and 112 Nm of torque at 6,750 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6 speed gearbox which puts the power to the wheels via belt drive. The ergonomics is remains comfortable despite the slight forward footed riding position. The positioning of the controls is on the lower side almost giving it a low rider feel. The riding position is good enough for long rides on the motorcycle.
|Engine type:||V2, four-stroke|
|Torque:||115.26 Nm (11.8 kgf-m or 85.0 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM|
|Bore x Stroke:
|104.9 x 71.9 mm (4.1 x 2.8 inches)|
|Fuel system:||Injection. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)|
Multi-plate with diaphragm spring in oil bath
|Fuel consumption:||5.60 litres/100 km (17.9 km/l or 42.00 mpg)|
|Brushed, straight-shot exhaust w/ dual mufflers; black End Caps; shield
3)Yamaha Roadstar Warrior 1700
Yamaha started with the standard Road Star powerplant, bored it out to 1670cc, hopped it up to significantly boost the power and painted it black. Going alloy reduces weight compared to the Road Star counterpart by over a third, or about 23 pounds. With the wide handlebar, there is plenty of leverage with the quickened steering geometry to create light steering response, which makes the Warrior very handy in low-speed corners, tight traffic and crowded parking lots.
Displacement, bore x stroke: 1670cc, 97 x 113mm
Compression ratio: 8.3:1
Carburetion: Electronic fuel injection,
Two 40mm bores
Lubrication: Semi-dry sump, 5.3 qt.
Minimum fuel grade: 87 octane
Charging output: 430 watts
Battery: 12v, 14AH Headlight: 6.0 in., 65/55 watts
Instruments: Speedometer, LCD tachometer, odometer,
Fuel mileage: 16 kmpl
Average range: 153 miles
Quarter-mile acceleration: 12.71 sec: 103.0 mph
Cost : $16000