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Friday 8 April 2011 - Rss -

News Racing

Its name is 986 and it’s the new Moto2 project by Vyrus. Ascanio Rodorigo, patron of Vyrus, had it designed by the young Japanese designer Yataka Igarashi.The revolutionary front suspension system fitted on the Maker’s model has already proved  to be a winning combination on the track in the Supertwins trophy, and the partnerships with MIVV will add further room for manoeuvre.

Our exhaust system for Vyrus 986 has been developed from the one already “tested” and fitted on the FTR frames of the MOTO2 world championship.
The performances have therefore already been confirmed, and its adaptation to Vyrus, which, we remind you, has a Honda CBR600RR engine, did not disappoint.

After all, we are talking about a top exhaust system, fully made of titanium, with several cones assembled with perfect TIG welds, both outside and inside, to make the passage of gas as easy as possible.
Our objective was the optimisation of the volumetry, which enabled us to achieve perfect flow-dynamics.
In other words, this project was the result of two years of R&D aimed at maximum racing performance.

We can’t wait to see Vyrus in action on the track, and luckily this will happen soon: the team dealing with racing bikes is about to define future programs and goals.

“I am certain, that our Moto2 interpretation will find its expression.
Its power consists of innovative elements and cheap price for the teams engaged in this project.
MIVV support makes the project more prestigious, since the first covered kilometers proved  the exhaust's performing qualities.” Said Mr. Ascanio Rodorigo.



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