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World's fastest electric bike still makes a ridiculous sound at 306 Kmph
posted May 2 2011 20:30.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




But let's be honest to ourselves: This bike has an amazing performance! The numbers are so unreal. This monster can accelerate from none to 306Kmph (YES 306 kilometer per hour) in less than 30'' (yes 30 seconds)!!! This is an unofficial record for an electric motorcycle, but who cares? There is only one major problem that has to be solved: The sound. Please next time overlap the video sound with a 4-series 1000cc 4 stroke internal combustion engine... Watch the SWIGZ team getting it into its limits...



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  • At 3 May 2011, 17:50:21 user herctrap wrote:   [reply @ herctrap]
    • can you move the wheel like that on 300Km/h?

      and also i hear (sound engine) that it has no gears?












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