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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2014, 02:37:10 PM »
Not as cool-looking as his last one:

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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2014, 02:54:11 PM »
But just a bit lighter and a whole lot more powerful and refined...

pricey, but I like it.

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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2014, 03:00:55 PM »
I hear ya Miles.  But I was not a fan of the pods.  We shall see what the AX brings.  That's the one I'm hoping has it all for me. Touring, 10% dirt worthy, 90% street. 

I just installed lower bars on my Uly.  The original bars from the City-X.  I like it a lot more.

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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2014, 03:13:28 PM »
Let me tell you about the pods.  I crashed a friend's 1125CR and the left pod saved a huge amount of damage to other parts of the bike- and it was CHEAP to replace.

Personally I never understood the animosity to the look of the things, but I'll tell you- that pod saved my wallet thousands of dollars.    :bigok:

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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2014, 03:37:35 PM »

Personally I never understood the animosity to the look of the things, but I'll tell you- that pod saved my wallet thousands of dollars.    :bigok:


That may be, but it doesn't take away the fact that the pods were ugly.   :P :D

Framesliders do the same thing, are less expensive than pods, and look much better. 
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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #6 on: June 11, 2014, 03:41:24 PM »
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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #7 on: June 11, 2014, 04:30:36 PM »
I like it :thumbsup:
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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #8 on: June 11, 2014, 07:38:08 PM »
Yeah I agree with Doug.  I'm glad that they served that purpose but in person they were scary ugly and huge.  However, this new ride unfortunately doesn't do it for me either.  The front "module" looks like a snow mobile. I am a huge fan of Erik Buell.  I am so excited for him and his employees.  But alas, that is not the bike for me.  Good on 'em though.  :bigok:

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Re: NEW EBR SX STREETFIGHTER
« Reply #9 on: June 27, 2014, 03:53:48 PM »
Featuring the power and componentry of a superbike, the EBR 1190SX is a genuine high-performance
motorcycle with a racing heritage. Designed to be a dominating street machine, the 1190SX is equally
at home carving canyons on the open road or taking on the concrete canyons of the city.
Type ET-V2: 72° V-Twin, Four-stroke
Bore X Stroke 4.17 in. x 2.66 in.
(106 x 67.5 mm)
Displacement 72.6 cu in. (1190 CC)
Compression Ratio 13.4 : 1
Fuel Delivery Electronic Fuel Injection with
2 port injectors and 2 showerhead injectors
Exhaust Primary + Secondary
Peak Torque 101.6 ft-lbs @ 8200 rpm
(137.8 nm @ 8200 rpm)
Peak Horsepower 185 hp @ 10600 rpm
Overall Length 80.3” (2040 mm)
Overall Width 31.9” (810 mm)
Overall Height 42.8” (1087 mm)
Wheel Base 55.5” (1409 mm)
Seat Height 32.5” (826 mm)
Ground Clearance 4.7” (120 mm)
Trail 3.80” (96.5 mm)
Rake 22.4°
Lean Angle 48°
Front Wheel 17x3.5 aluminum with Pirelli
Diablo Rosso Corsa 120/70 ZR-17
Rear Wheel 17x6.0 aluminum with Pirelli
Diablo Rosso Corsa 190/55 ZR-17
Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal (17.1 L)
Weight (Wet, no fuel) 414 lbs (188 kg)
Load Capacity 382 lbs. (173 kg)
Primary Drive Gear Drive, 36/65
Final Drive 520 Z-Ring Chain, 16/41
Clutch Hydraulic actuation,
vacuum operated slipper
Transmission Ratios:
1st 2.46
2nd 1.75
3rd 1.38
4th 1.17
5th 1.04
6th 0.96
Frame Aluminum frame with
integral fuel reservoir
Swingarm Optimized stiffness aluminum
Front Suspension Showa, inverted big piston
front forks
Rear Suspension Showa, single shock
without linkage
Front Brake 386 mm (15.19”) Single perimeter
rotor, 8 piston inside-out caliper
Rear Brake 220 mm (8.66”) Disc, 2-piston
Hayes Performance Brakes Caliper
DRIVETRAINDIMENSIONSCHASSISENGINEMSRP $16,995 Available In: Frost Bite White, Galactic Black, and Racing Red
Featuring the power and componentry of a superbike, the EBR 1190SX is a genuine high-performance
motorcycle with a racing heritage. Designed to be a dominating street machine, the 1190SX is equally
at home carving canyons on the open road or taking on the concrete canyons of the city.
Type ET-V2: 72° V-Twin, Four-stroke
Bore X Stroke 4.17 in. x 2.66 in.
(106 x 67.5 mm)
Displacement 72.6 cu in. (1190 CC)
Compression Ratio 13.4 : 1
Fuel Delivery Electronic Fuel Injection with
2 port injectors and 2 showerhead injectors
Exhaust Primary + Secondary
Peak Torque 101.6 ft-lbs @ 8200 rpm
(137.8 nm @ 8200 rpm)
Peak Horsepower 185 hp @ 10600 rpm
Overall Length 80.3” (2040 mm)
Overall Width 31.9” (810 mm)
Overall Height 42.8” (1087 mm)
Wheel Base 55.5” (1409 mm)
Seat Height 32.5” (826 mm)
Ground Clearance 4.7” (120 mm)
Trail 3.80” (96.5 mm)
Rake 22.4°
Lean Angle 48°
Front Wheel 17x3.5 aluminum with Pirelli
Diablo Rosso Corsa 120/70 ZR-17
Rear Wheel 17x6.0 aluminum with Pirelli
Diablo Rosso Corsa 190/55 ZR-17
Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal (17.1 L)
Weight (Wet, no fuel) 414 lbs (188 kg)
Load Capacity 382 lbs. (173 kg)
Primary Drive Gear Drive, 36/65
Final Drive 520 Z-Ring Chain, 16/41
Clutch Hydraulic actuation,
vacuum operated slipper
Transmission Ratios:
1st 2.46
2nd 1.75
3rd 1.38
4th 1.17
5th 1.04
6th 0.96
Frame Aluminum frame with
integral fuel reservoir
Swingarm Optimized stiffness aluminum
Front Suspension Showa, inverted big piston
front forks
Rear Suspension Showa, single shock
without linkage
Front Brake 386 mm (15.19”) Single perimeter
rotor, 8 piston inside-out caliper
Rear Brake 220 mm (8.66”) Disc, 2-piston
Hayes Performance Brakes Caliper
DRIVETRAINDIMENSIONSCHASSISENGINEMSRP $16,995 Available In: Frost Bite White, Galactic Black, and Racing Red