Swiss Company Suter Racing has worked extensively on a high performance 500 cc V4 two-stroke bike to appease the racing instincts of those who are more than just fond of R1.
For the moment, the cool thing is named the Suter SRT500, the bikeâ€™s chassis will be from the Ilmor 2007 MotoGP bike. Suter SRT500, the bike will be powered by a 500cc two-stroke V4 engine that spits out 200 horsepower.
You as a buyer can choose to customize the bike with bits such as carbon fiber wheels, race-spec suspension, titanium exhaust and other accessories. With its amazing torque, and throttle connection, the powerful bike may not need traction control.
You can only dream of owning the bike though, if your pockets are shallow. At 50,000-90,000 Euros, it is meant for the super rich. If you do manage to get the bike for that much an amount, consider yourself, blessed.
Suter Racing officials say that conventional four-stroke MotoGP bikes may end up feeling like tractors, in front of the two-stroke machine. According to them, it fills the dearth of proper 500cc V4 two-stroke engines. It certainly is not for everyone though.
Via: Faster and Faster