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|13th June 2009, 12:36||#1|
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TTXGP - Joint Indian-English company Agni blitzes in first clean emissions Grand Prix
Joint Indian-English electric motor company Agni Motorsís claim of making quality, high efficiency and high performance electric motors gained massive credence today when it clearly bested the worldís fastest electric motocycles to win the first clean emissions (AKA electric) motorcycle Grand Prix at an average speed of 87.434 mph. Itís place in history is assured by the landmark win, but it was the teamís dominance that was most surprising.
Gizmag link: TTXGP - electric motor company Agni blitzes in first clean emissions Grand Prix
|13th June 2009, 14:16||#2|
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hardly surprising as LYNCH motor( agni motor is based on this) is one of the most efficient one.
The high performance motor which was used in this bike cost about $1300. 2 such motors were used in the bike. the motor is manufactured in SEZ in Gujarat.Many people with electric motorcycle conversion use agni motor for the speed it offers.lets hope this win further increases the sales of this manufacture .
(i hope to build a electric KARIZMA for my final year project with this motor. of course not as fast as this TTXGP bike )
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