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The Italian bike chassis maker, Pierobon has unveiled updated version of their X60R superbike which they had first showcased a year back. The company has entered into some close tie ups with the big names like MotoGP and WSBK.
The New X60R was first revealed at the EICMA 2012 on the occasion of celebration of its 60 years in chassis making. The bike is based on the same F040 concept and derives technological benefits from MotoGP.
The New X60R is powered by the Desmodue Evolution air cooled twin cylinder 1168cc engine. The same engine is also used in Ducati Monster 1100 EVO.
It produces a peak output of 120 bhp and a peak torque of 116 Nm. It also features a custom built chassis and big aluminum rear swing arm. The frame comes in two models -- one that has the airbox and another one that is specially made for the older 990 supersports.
The other exciting feature of this bike also includes exhaust from Termignoni, AIM Digital instrumentation, Pirelli Diablo Superbike pro tires, and fuel injection ECU.
The front part features upside down RT Racing fork suspension while the rear boasts of 235U damper Ohlins catilever shock. The company says that the body of the bike has been done in an aerodynamic way, basically the frontal part that conveys all the air to the engine.
Additional air intakes have also been added to ensure proper supply of air to the airbox. The best thing about the bike is it allows the customers to order whole pre-built bike or the bike kits, allowing them to build their own bike. Is there anything more, that a bike lover can expect?