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Thread: Buell Lighting City XXB9SX

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    Default Buell Lighting City XXB9SX

    Next time u see a rider who absolutely zaps through traffic,intimidating some,evading others and dissapearing in a blink of a eye[:0]..you could have very well felt the wrath of Buell's new Lighting City XXB9Sx[}] ( damn length name so lets jus call it Lighting City X)...According to buell the City X is bred to rule the mean streets..Erik buell described this bike as..."This is a bike for the rider who loves to dodge traffic,power away from lights and utilise the incredible agility of a sports motorcycle to charge through the asphalt jungle"(that would be me Mr.buell[])
    The engine is 984cc fuel-injected V twin[:0].The City X has a ludicrous wheel base of 1320mm[:0],heck our Zma has a wheel base of 1355mm[^].And it dosent stop der this baby is aggrasive with front forks set @ 21 degrees
    And the swing arm holds the engine oil.[:0]and since the swing arm gets hot..so we better stay away from it
    Inverted front forks with a 375mm single disc being clamped by six-pot callipers,a fully adjustable rear shox,the flicability and sheer speed of takin turns will dizzy many a riders.
    So here its is the new urban monster..it will smoke of the lights dance around the potholes,slice through traffic..[]
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    ENGINE
    Engine: Air / oil / fan-cooled, 4-stroke, 45 V-Twin
    Valve Train : OHV, two valves per cylinder, self adjusting
    Bore x Stroke: 3.500 x 3.125 in. (88.90 mm x 79.38 mm)
    Displacement: 984 cc (60.0 cu. in.)
    Fuel Delivery :45 mm down draft DDFI II fuel injection
    Torque: 70 ft. lbs. @ 5500 rpm (95 NM @ 5500 rpm)
    Horsepower: 92 hp @ 7500 rpm

    Transmission: 5-speed, constant mesh

    Fuel Capacity: 3.7 gal. (14.0 L)
    Reserve Fuel Capacity: 0.7 gal. (2.6 L)
    Dry Weight : 390 lbs. (177 kg)
    Gross Vehicle Weight Rating :850 lbs. (386 kg)
    Load Capacity : 395 lbs. (177 kg)

    Wheels:
    Front: 6-spoke, ZTL type brake, cast aluminum, 3.5 in. x 17 in. (88.9 mm x 431.8 mm), Villain Black
    Rear: 6-spoke, cast aluminum, 5.5 in. x 17 in. (139.7 mm x 431.8 mm), Villain Black
    Tires: (Pirelli Scorpion Sync)4:Front120/70 ZR-17 Rear:180/55 ZR-17
    Courtesy:bs motoring & buell.com




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    hmm nice stuff but sumhow i dont like the tank.. neways here's a little more info on Buell & its models

    http://216.157.129.190/forum/topic.bike?TOPIC_ID=2967

    http://216.157.129.190/forum/topic.bike?TOPIC_ID=2165
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    And dont miss this one....

    http://www.buell.com/en_us/mania/videos.asp



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    gr8 bike

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    amazing bike
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    A very awesome bike...though reviews say the handling is not as sharp as it shud be but hey, sharper than most others with that short wheelbase. I like the funky design as it is pretty much different from our conventional bikes...however, most ppl say that the bike's power is unusable in most cases!!...hey, I say give it to me & I will put it to good use!!!! [:P][:d]
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    nice ride. very funky.
    well its made for better handlin and stuff and as rajazz is sayin dat its handlin aint so good so it proves to be totally ironical.
    but for me the bike's a 8/10
    smell my exhausts if u cant keep up wid my ride!!!

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    Don't really like the looks.

    Wonder why a bike that is almost 1000cc (984) delivers just 92 hp ?
    The Honda CBR 600 (even the F2 & F3 made 10 yrs back) are supposed to be 100+ hp bikes
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    the bike is gr8 ...whats the cost of the bike
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