MTT working on the new 420bhp Y2K motorcycle

30 January 2013, 07:51 PM Pratheek Kunder
MTT working on the new 420bhp Y2K motorcycle

A marine Turbine Technologies (MTT) creator of the Y2K motorcycle, a 320bhp monster, is in the process of readying the next generation Y2K bike. The new motorcycle is rumoured to be called the 2013 MTT Y2K 420R.

This new generation motorcycle is being built around a Rolls-Royce C-20B gas turbine and is expected to produce a peak power of 420bhp making it reach a top speed of 420kmph. The engine is designed to run on diesel and jet fuel as well. It will feature carbon fibre wheels and fairings, radial-mounted calipers on the front brakes with ABS and 240mm rear tyre.

This machine is road legal in US and the company is in process of Europe type approval. Currently it is going under wind-tunnel test and the company might release the pictures of this new beast soon.



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