Buell 1125CR Supersport Motorcycle
2009 Buell 1125CR Supersport Motorcycle
Buell 1125CR Supersport Motorcycle Naked handlebar design and style of club members to give a signal to the nostalgic era of respect from the cafe racer. And draw cooler 146-horsepower V-Twin engine to accelerate. Evil designs. Advanced technology. And 1125CR, Erik Boyle in the interpretation of the classic cafe racer 21 for a new motorcycle against conventions and expanding toward the category streetfigher Superbike performance.
Buell 1125CR Supersport Motorcycle Put on the back of a black anodized, tapered aluminum handlebar light-club members and flyscreen and simple style, the rider has a wide vision and forward to increase the sense of speed. With a dry weight is 375 pounds and 1125CR streetfighter liter lightweight on the market, in addition to 146 horsepower, it offers the best ratio of weight to hp in class.
Buell 1125CR Supersport Motorcycle Boyle and 1125CR offers liquid cooling technology and treatment response of proven platform based on three technical principles Boyle. Boyle and 1125 helicon powertrain provides the foundation for the horse experience. This engine is a 1125cc DOHC V-Twin features a compact design and 72 degrees, and are rated 146 hp and 82 pounds-ft transmission. Peak torque. Boyle DDFI3 EFI throttle produces a closed loop with fast response and smooth.