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Old 1st October 2011, 22:53   #481
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Yes, you are right. If its been made for Abu Dhabi Drag racing Strip then it's got no business to be on streets. It could be dangerous because the rider won't be able to man-oeuvre the bike freely.
Aren't dragsters supposed to be light?. I do see the point that the additional wheel tends to keep the nose down, but isn't that why we have stabilizers?. Just a thought.
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Bajaj's latest Chetak, Bajaj Fetak!
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What a waste of bullet! Hillarious though and shocking nevertheless.

A doctor?! Unbelievable
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Bajaj's latest Chetak, Bajaj Fetak!
No sir it is a latest news of a new TIE UP between Bajaj and Yamaha.
price difference between regular Chetak and new Fetak is going to be very large.

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Bajaj's latest Chetak, Bajaj Fetak!
Looks like a "Lady Boy" version of Bajaj.
If you know what I mean
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Looks like a "Lady Boy" version of Bajaj.
If you know what I mean

@Fillmore - I had to re-visit the pic after your comment and i was
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this ain't w&w but is the dual supercharger!
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Found these in the Facebook today, in the first one this guy is dying to have both at the same time ...a car, and a bike, he is yet to fix a logo in the centre of the steering wheel. Next photo this guy cannot wait for his son to return his Harley and goes ahead with his younger sons bike to his office.Then there is this guy with a Chatak but wants a R 15 badly.
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Found these in the Facebook today, in the first one this guy is dying to have both at the same time ...a car, and a bike, he is yet to fix a logo in the centre of the steering wheel. Next photo this guy cannot wait for his son to return his Harley and goes ahead with his younger sons bike to his office.Then there is this guy with a Chatak but wants a R 15 badly.
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Veerji,

The bajaj chetak has been posted (Dec 2011) just 5 posts above on this same page:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...ml#post2605086 (Weird, Wacky & Dangerous Motorcycle Modifications!)

And then there is comment form your side:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...ml#post2608291 (Weird, Wacky & Dangerous Motorcycle Modifications!)

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No sir it is a latest news of a new TIE UP between Bajaj and Yamaha.
price difference between regular Chetak and new Fetak is going to be very large.

Do we have an option to "CONDOR a Post" on this thread also?

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smaller I-3 "Rocket bird"
He's taken the "rocket bird: theme quite seriously...the headlamps are pointing skyward!
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Did anyone notice the latest two-wheeler being developed and tested by Bajaj-TI cycles and being tested on roads of Goa. It won't need road-tax, licence, registration and seems perfect for teenagers who are seen testing. Similar to Bajaj Sunny the petrol tank is made of plastic and would not cost a penny to replace and can be refilled anytime. Be it Kinley, Bisleri, Bailey, etc, though the OEM supplier is taan (a local Goan brand) as seen in pic.
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This bike was seen at a Scottsdale car show in Scottsdale, Arizona.

It is turbine powered using a Pratt & Whitney helicopter engine.

The engine is a two spool design which uses a compressor/turbine wheel to create the exhaust gas.
The gas is fed into the second turbine which supplies the power to the rear wheel.

With the bike stopped, the gas generator continues to run but the power turbine is not rotating.
With the brakes released the power turbine begins to turn and away it goes.
There is no need for a transmission and you can see the direct drive from the power turbine output shaft going to the rear wheel.

There are two huge exhaust pipes, one on each side.

The high pitched whine of a gas turbine is very obvious when it is running and the smell of burning Jet Fuel blankets the area when he pulls in to park.
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This bike was seen at a Scottsdale car show in Scottsdale, Arizona.

It is turbine powered using a Pratt & Whitney helicopter engine.

The engine is a two spool design which uses a compressor/turbine wheel to create the exhaust gas.
The gas is fed into the second turbine which supplies the power to the rear wheel.

With the bike stopped, the gas generator continues to run but the power turbine is not rotating.
With the brakes released the power turbine begins to turn and away it goes.
There is no need for a transmission and you can see the direct drive from the power turbine output shaft going to the rear wheel.

There are two huge exhaust pipes, one on each side.

The high pitched whine of a gas turbine is very obvious when it is running and the smell of burning Jet Fuel blankets the area when he pulls in to park.
Not a mod.
That's the y2k,a production bike.
Most popular owner is Leno.
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Old 5th March 2012, 07:29   #494
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I know but I figured that one of these is about as weird, whacky & Dangerous as it gets.

I consider it to be rather rare too.
In my lifetime I've seen more H.R.D. Vincent Black Shadow's than y2k's.
I guess the price tag of $185,000.00 (9,250,000 rupees) for a y2k scares off most people.
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Saw these on Facebook and felt like posting them, Bullet seems to me as modded in Punjab.Typical Punjab modifications.Wonder How much space is needed to park this Bull.??(Almost equal to Maruti 800). hahahahahahhahah.
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