Ecosse Heretic Titanium

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Make ModelEcosse Heretic Titanium
Year: 2007
Engine: Air-cooled V-twin, Ecosse billet aluminium,
Capacity: 1966.5
Bore x Stroke: 108 x 108 mm
Induction: Carburetor. 45mm Mikuni flat slide
Ignition / Starting: – / electric
Max Power: 135 hp 98.5 KW
Max Torque: 192.5 Nm
Transmission / Drive: 6 Speed / chain
Titanium grade 9
Front Suspension: Öhlins Superbike Gas, fully adjustable.
Rear Suspension: Öhlins TT X40 Racing Shock
Front Brakes: 2x 320mm discs
Rear Brakes: Single 220mm disc
Front Tire: : 120/70-ZR17
Rear Tire: : 190/55-ZR17
Seat Height698 mm
Weight: 198 kg
Exhaust2-into-1-into-2 crossover, stainless steel pipes, titanium cans
ReviewsMCN / Motorcycle-USA / MotorCycling / Motor review /
The ECOSSE Titanium Series brings to bear all of the cutting-edge marque’s expertise in the design of innovative, limited bikes. These special motorcycles are a combination of old-world craftsmanship and computer-controlled accuracy that effortlessly blend American muscle with exquisite lines, race-bred components and the first-ever all-titanium chassis. The result is a lightWeight: , carbon-fiber beauty with a supercharged billet motor producing insane amounts of torque and power. This bike is simply stunning.

Öhlins custom, fully adjustable MotoGP-grade suspension and the low, perfectly balanced chassis provide agile handling and predictable, confidence-inspiring riding dynamics. While short, precise shifts from the ultra-compact, proprietary six-speed overdrive transmission ensure a smooth ride. Braking is easy and enjoyable thanks to the billet ISR radial braking system complete with 12 individual brake pads up front for superior grip, plus adjustable lever reach and master cylinder piston leverage allowing riders to decide how much effort is required to bring it all to a stop. Along with control, comfort is key, so each of the Titanium Series bikes is equipped with adjustable ergonomics and gel-padded seating. Each motorcycle in the series will have “Titanium Series RR Limited Edition” and the serial number engraved into the handlebar clamp and VIN plate.
First-ever all-titanium chassis
Handcrafted, nine-piece, clear-coated carbon fiber bodywork
Hand-painted orange pinstripes on the tank and tail
Polished 2,150cc billet motor; supercharged, intercooled, and fuel injected
Clear-coated carbon fiber wheels
Handcrafted titanium race exhaust
Approximately 440 lbs – More than 200 hp at rear wheel / More than 210 ft-lbs of torque at rear wheel
“Titanium Series RR Limited Edition” and serial number engraved on handlebar clamp and VIN plate
In the mid ’90s, Donald Atchison, a mechanical Engine: er and lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, was busy traveling the world as the head of Business Development for a manufacturing firm located in Boulder, Colorado. Long periods of time spent on overseas flights gave way to hours of sketches of the ideal street bike. Later, while enrolled in the MBA program at CU Boulder, Donald went back to his sketches and considered developing the bike as a school project. That idea evolved into another concept: the plan to open an exclusive motorcycle boutique – surprisingly, in the hippest part of downtown Denver – that included obscure, high-end furnishings, lighting, apparel, timepieces, artwork and motorcycle accessories. Atchison decided to take the entrepreneurial route and successfully sold other people’s goods for the next few Year: s.

After much frustration dealing with manufacturers and distributors and complete dissatisfaction with the current landscape of the motorcycle market, Atchison revisited his napkin sketches and formed ECOSSE Moto Works, Inc. in October 2001. After three complete prototype iterations, countless hours of computer-aided and real-world testing, his masterpiece was ready.

Inspired by elements from all his favorite types of bikes, including his own desire for exclusive, hard-to-get items, The Heretic motorcycle was born. Atchison had created something very distinctive: a true work of art that actually performed as advertised. Using his affection for airplanes (the prototypes are numbered in true experimental aircraft form; X-3 denoting Experimental Number 3 from which all 100 production bikes are based) and European sports cars, The Heretic combines an extraordinary attention to detail with the finest materials and components in the world as well as unrivaled personalized service.

The company tagline sums up the objective perfectly: exquisitely Engine: ered for a fortunate few.

Today, ECOSSE Moto Works is known worldwide as the premier luxury marque of innovative motorcycles created specifically for discerning enthusiasts. The models – each with a distinctive character and soul – are built to the highest standards of craftsmanship using the most exotic materials in never-before-seen designs.

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