Bakker QCS1000

 

 

 

Make Model

Bakker QCS1000

Year

1996

Engine

Four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 5 valves per cylinder.

Capacity

1002

Bore x Stroke

75.5 x 56 mm

Cooling System Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio

12.0:1

Induction

4x 38mm Mikuni

Ignition 

Digital
Starting Electric

Max Power

145 hp 105.7 kW @ 10000 rpm  (rear tyre 133.4 hp @ 10000 rpm )

Max Torque

10 kgf-m. 98.1Nm @ 8500 rpm

Transmission 

5 Speed 

Final Drive Chain

Front Brakes

Single disc

Rear Brakes

Single disc

Front Tyre

A motorcycle based on a Yamaha 4-cylinder engine. You can choose to have any more modern 4-cilinder in-line engine installed in this frame. What's special about this motorcycle is that it doesn't incorporate a conventional frame but it's composed out of 3 sub-frames.

A frontframe, attached to the engine through sketchpla tes, a topframe, attached to the cylinderhead and a rear subframe for the rear swingarm and suspension. The engine is a crucial part in the whole of the motorcycle. What's also unique is that it's equipped with single-sided suspension at both the front and the rear wheel, and a 200 mm ventilated brakedisc placed in the centre of the front wheel with a six-piston brake calliper. QCS stands for Quick Change System, which refers to the simplicity of changing wheels due to the single-sided suspension. Naturally the entire motorcycle can be composed to the customers wishes. For example a different engine, wheels, brakes and suspension. You can also have the original wheels, front and rear fork, brakes and footsteps installed.
 
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