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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by doonx, Mar 18, 2005.
The worlds first "Fuel Cell" motorcycle
I was just about to post about that:
Of interest in this article - "Makers Intelligent Energy are looking at ways to produce an artificial engine noise that will alert people to its presence, making sure the machine is not silent and deadly."
So therefore noise on a bike is necessary to improve safety.
Nar its plenty safe; "it can reach speeds of 50 mph (~80km/h)." so you'll never be speeding and we all know that speeding is the ONLY thing that puts you in danger.
Couldn't you just stick a Yoshi on it?
Here's the part that I liked, and thought the best for Mouth :
Acceleration - 0 20 mph in 4.3s (32kph), 0 30 mph in 7.3s (48 kph), 0 50 mph in 12.1s (80kph)
Top speed - 50 mph (80kph) (note: ENV has been tested to 50mph however, with further refinements and redevelopments, this top speed is expected to be exceeded)
Range - At least 100 miles (160km)
Bike mass - 80 kg (Total mass including CORE)
Hydrogen - 99.9% purity
Oxygen - Taken from air
Hydrogen refuel time less than 5 minutes
Electrical connection - Multi-core (Intelligent Energy specific)
so its faster than an across then :wink:
probably sounds better as well
Shame it looks like a piece of sh1t, man that thing is ugly.
Poor doonks. Seems it takes him 1½ to watch 60minutes :wink:
If only you were just a few days earlier, I would have rushed out to get one for sure ... now I'll just have to content with the bling bling Firestorm as 2nd place