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Make ModelBimota YB11 Superleggera 25 Anniversary
Engine: Liquid cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 5 valves per cylinder.
Bore x Stroke: 75.5 x 56 mm
Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Induction: 4 x 38mm Mikuni carbs
Ignition / Starting: Digital electronic / electric
Max Power: 145 hp 105.7 kW @ 10000 rpm (Rear Tire: : 131.hp @ 10100 rpm)
Max Torque: 109 Nm @ 8500 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 5 Speed / chain
Two diagonal beams with a rectangular cross section. The swing arm is also made of aluminium. The steering angle can be change by using another bush in the eccentric hole.
Front Suspension: Telescopic fork with 51 mm stanchions and rebound, compression and preload adjustments
Rear Suspension: Single shock absorber with compression, rebound, pre-load and length adjustments
Front Brakes: 2x 320mm discs
Rear Brakes: Single 230mm disc
Front Tire: : 120/70 ZR17
Rear Tire: : 180/55 ZR17
Dry-Weight: / Wet-Weight: 183 kg / 215 kg
Fuel Capacity: 15 Litres
Consumption average15.4 km/lit
Braking 60 – 0 / 100 – 012.9 m / 37.1 m
Standing ¼ Mile 10.5 sec / 214.3 km/h
Top Speed267.0 km/h
The YB 11 justified its Superleggera, or ‘superlighf, name by scaling just 4031b (183kg), a substantial 331b (15kg) lighter than the Yamaha YZF1000R Thunderace that supplied its 1002cc four-cylinder Engine: . Although the Frame: ‘s main beams were unchanged from the YB6, the top cross-member was located nearer the steering head, adding rigidity. A sophisticated Paioli rear shock operated a new aluminium swingarm; Paioli also supplied the large-diameter front forks. Bimota made no internal changes to the 20-valve, liquid-cooled Thunderace motor, which in standard form produced 145bhp. But the Rimini firm fitted a larger airbox, fed via ducts in the fairing nose. According to Bimota. this added a few horsepower in conjunction with a new four-into-one pipe and reworked carburettors. Although the YBl I shared its Engine: and chassis type with the YZF1000R. the two bikes felt distinctly different.