Vyrus 984 C3 2V 29 December 14


Vyrus is a craftsman workshop established in 1985 in Romagna, the Italian Motorvalley, where 80% of the motorcycle brands have made the 2-wheeled world history. The original purpose of the Atelier (workshop) was customizing “one-off” specials, Ascanio Rodorigo, the founder, later converted it into a highly technological, homologated motorcycles factory. The current production is innovative and revolutionary, with a high level of technology, their philosophy is to build race motorcycles that can be ridden on the street.

The Vyrus 984 C3 2V is one of the models they produce and as a custom built bike it has many great features as standard, but almost everything can be customized. This means that owners will have their own unique bike.

Hub Steering is the main feature of the Vyrus bike, which does not use the traditional type of fork, this unique style is in the DNA of the Vyrus designers. The Innovative frame DOCF (Double OMEGA Concept Frame) consists of a series of pieces made by numerical control machines, the best materials are used in this structure to create a very attractive bike. Each part is machined and assembled entirely by hand by the Vyrus "artists of mechanics".

Engine
Engine type: 4 stroke, 2 cylinders, L shaped 90°, two valve Desmodromic
Displacement: 1078cc
Bore: 98mm
Stroke: 71.5mm
Compression ratio: 11.3 : 1
Lubrication system: Forced by pump
Cooling system: Air cooled
Power: 100hp
Gearbox: 6 speed
Electronics: Fuel Injection, Electronic EFI

Suspension
Front suspension: Progressive link Vyrus Mupo suspension fully adjustable
Rear suspension : Direct System Vyrus Mupo suspension fully adjustable

Chassis
Frame: Double omega design
Steering: from 18° to 24°, trail from 80mm to 106mm
Wheelbase: 1395mm
Fuel Tank Capacity: 16 liters
Dry Weight: 158kg

Brakes
Front brake 320mm twin floating
Rear brake 210mm

Tyres
Front tyre size: 120/70 zr 17 – mt 3.50
Rear tyre size: 180(190) 50 zr 17 – j 6.00

Price: If you have to ask you can't afford it.

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Alan Goodsell , 29 December 14