Turn on the sound of roti!!! of the Crighton CR700W model, officially priced | Crighton CR700W

=Turn on the sound of roti !!! of the Crighton CR700W model with official pricing  Anyone familiar with the most glorious era of motorcycling, the 1980s and 1990s, will surely recognize a man named Brian Crighton . He went from racer to masterful engineer behind Norton rotary engine racing projects such as the RCW588 and later, the NRV588.    Crighton Motorcycles has released a new model recently, but what's especially buzzy is the 2- rotor rotary engine and the ultra-lightweight body that combines weight with liquid. will be at 129.5 kg only    The 690 cc twin-rotor engine produces 220 horsepower at 10,500 rpm and 142.36 Nm of torque. The engine is built entirely from LM24 aluminum alloy, which is manufactured in-house. Engine wear surfaces molybdenum and plating using a new casino, to reduce friction and increase wear resistance also seal rotor , a general weakness in the design. is a two-piece Apex silicone nitride ceramic seal, Crighton says, is ultra-low density and extremely hard, resulting in " near zero wear characteristics. "  Developed by Crighton Motorcycles and Rotron Power, this model has only 25 models designed specifically for track riding and all of them are handcrafted .    “The CR700W is a unique motorcycling masterpiece and a true work of art. Born from Brian 's passion and genius to create extraordinary racing engines and bikes. It delivers more cc power than any other conventional cylinder engine in the world, with a more power-to-weight ratio than the Aprilia RSV4 or even the supercharged Kawasaki H2 R , ” Rotron Power Limited CEO Alex Head said in a statement.    “ In many ways, the CR700W has been the pinnacle of my career success. Developed together with my wonderful Chief Engineer Shamoon Qurashi , it brings together the best of my engineering wisdom. And I believe the result is the ultimate motorcycle for the track and field, ” adds Brian Crighton .  In terms of price, the Crighton CR700W will be sold at 3,874,000 (this price does not include import tax).

Turn on the sound of roti !!! of the Crighton CR700W model with official pricing

Anyone familiar with the most glorious era of motorcycling, the 1980s and 1990s, will surely recognize a man named Brian Crighton . He went from racer to masterful engineer behind Norton rotary engine racing projects such as the RCW588 and later, the NRV588.

Crighton Motorcycles has released a new model recently, but what's especially buzzy is the 2- rotor rotary engine and the ultra-lightweight body that combines weight with liquid. will be at 129.5 kg only.


The 690 cc twin-rotor engine produces 220 horsepower at 10,500 rpm and 142.36 Nm of torque. The engine is built entirely from LM24 aluminum alloy, which is manufactured in-house. Engine wear surfaces molybdenum and plating using a new casino, to reduce friction and increase wear resistance also seal rotor , a general weakness in the design. is a two-piece Apex silicone nitride ceramic seal, Crighton says, is ultra-low density and extremely hard, resulting in " near zero wear characteristics. "

Developed by Crighton Motorcycles and Rotron Power, this model has only 25 models designed specifically for track riding and all of them are handcrafted .

Turn on the sound of roti !!! of the Crighton CR700W model with official pricing  Anyone familiar with the most glorious era of motorcycling, the 1980s and 1990s, will surely recognize a man named Brian Crighton . He went from racer to masterful engineer behind Norton rotary engine racing projects such as the RCW588 and later, the NRV588.    Crighton Motorcycles has released a new model recently, but what's especially buzzy is the 2- rotor rotary engine and the ultra-lightweight body that combines weight with liquid. will be at 129.5 kg only    The 690 cc twin-rotor engine produces 220 horsepower at 10,500 rpm and 142.36 Nm of torque. The engine is built entirely from LM24 aluminum alloy, which is manufactured in-house. Engine wear surfaces molybdenum and plating using a new casino, to reduce friction and increase wear resistance also seal rotor , a general weakness in the design. is a two-piece Apex silicone nitride ceramic seal, Crighton says, is ultra-low density and extremely hard, resulting in " near zero wear characteristics. "  Developed by Crighton Motorcycles and Rotron Power, this model has only 25 models designed specifically for track riding and all of them are handcrafted .    “The CR700W is a unique motorcycling masterpiece and a true work of art. Born from Brian 's passion and genius to create extraordinary racing engines and bikes. It delivers more cc power than any other conventional cylinder engine in the world, with a more power-to-weight ratio than the Aprilia RSV4 or even the supercharged Kawasaki H2 R , ” Rotron Power Limited CEO Alex Head said in a statement.    “ In many ways, the CR700W has been the pinnacle of my career success. Developed together with my wonderful Chief Engineer Shamoon Qurashi , it brings together the best of my engineering wisdom. And I believe the result is the ultimate motorcycle for the track and field, ” adds Brian Crighton .  In terms of price, the Crighton CR700W will be sold at 3,874,000 (this price does not include import tax).

“The CR700W is a unique motorcycling masterpiece and a true work of art. Born from Brian 's passion and genius to create extraordinary racing engines and bikes. It delivers more cc power than any other conventional cylinder engine in the world, with a more power-to-weight ratio than the Aprilia RSV4 or even the supercharged Kawasaki H2 R , ” Rotron Power Limited CEO Alex Head said in a statement.

Turn on the sound of roti !!! of the Crighton CR700W model with official pricing  Anyone familiar with the most glorious era of motorcycling, the 1980s and 1990s, will surely recognize a man named Brian Crighton . He went from racer to masterful engineer behind Norton rotary engine racing projects such as the RCW588 and later, the NRV588.    Crighton Motorcycles has released a new model recently, but what's especially buzzy is the 2- rotor rotary engine and the ultra-lightweight body that combines weight with liquid. will be at 129.5 kg only    The 690 cc twin-rotor engine produces 220 horsepower at 10,500 rpm and 142.36 Nm of torque. The engine is built entirely from LM24 aluminum alloy, which is manufactured in-house. Engine wear surfaces molybdenum and plating using a new casino, to reduce friction and increase wear resistance also seal rotor , a general weakness in the design. is a two-piece Apex silicone nitride ceramic seal, Crighton says, is ultra-low density and extremely hard, resulting in " near zero wear characteristics. "  Developed by Crighton Motorcycles and Rotron Power, this model has only 25 models designed specifically for track riding and all of them are handcrafted .    “The CR700W is a unique motorcycling masterpiece and a true work of art. Born from Brian 's passion and genius to create extraordinary racing engines and bikes. It delivers more cc power than any other conventional cylinder engine in the world, with a more power-to-weight ratio than the Aprilia RSV4 or even the supercharged Kawasaki H2 R , ” Rotron Power Limited CEO Alex Head said in a statement.    “ In many ways, the CR700W has been the pinnacle of my career success. Developed together with my wonderful Chief Engineer Shamoon Qurashi , it brings together the best of my engineering wisdom. And I believe the result is the ultimate motorcycle for the track and field, ” adds Brian Crighton .  In terms of price, the Crighton CR700W will be sold at 3,874,000 (this price does not include import tax).

“ In many ways, the CR700W has been the pinnacle of my career success. Developed together with my wonderful Chief Engineer Shamoon Qurashi , it brings together the best of my engineering wisdom. And I believe the result is the ultimate motorcycle for the track and field, ” adds Brian Crighton .

In terms of price, the Crighton CR700W will be sold at 3,874,000 (this price does not include import tax).

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