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50cc twin reving to 22,000 rpm !!!

Raven

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I remember watching the 125 and 250 class at Daytona in 1985. I was blown away by their speed and maneuverability. The 125's were putting out close to 50 HP at around 15,000 rpm.
 

scottmastrocinque

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That's impressive for sure but Honda's later bikes were even more insane.

1988 Honda CBR250RR

33 kW / 45 PS / 44 hp (JIS net) @ 15,000 rpm

25.5 Nm / 19 ft-lb @ 10,500 rpm

20,000 rpm's on a 250cc 4cylinder 4 stroke. That's bore / stroke of 1.9" x 1.3"

Simply insane.


 

Tonerjockey

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I hit 16K RPM once at Bonneville on my 50cc Motori Seven. I was checking to make sure I was in 6th, released the throttle, pulled in clutch.... didn't release throttle enuf.... oooops.

Burnt piston and cylinder.

~Tonerjockey
 
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