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dsenette

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http://www.mavizen.c...Kits/TTX02.html

TTX02 is the world’s first production electric supersport bike. With a number of world first feature combined with the proven chassis from a world class manufacturer and drive train from the Isle of Man TT winning Agni bike; the TTX02 is a limited opportunity to procure a platform for development and racing across the entire TTXGP road racing programme. The TTX02 chassis is FIM homologated for racing and ships with a valid VIN number for registration in your local jurisdiction.

•First motorsport vehicle in the world to ship with integrated IP connectivity
•Core operating system is open source Linux
•USB based system bus allows virtually unlimited number of peripherals to extend the capabilities of the machine with plug’n’play
•Remote factory support package available
•Swappable drive train and batteries at trackside. Common chassis for multiple racing series.
•Multiple configurations available depending on the racing series.
•Built on a homologated, world class chassis
•Drive train developed from the TTXGP Isle of Man 2009 Champion
•Strictly limited numbers.


the things got it's own built in web server for christ's sake
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not only does it sound good, but it looks pretty sweet as well :)
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Oh my, I must have one!
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Oh I forgot to add that I can't seem to find a price tag anywhere... I bet it’s pretty expensive :)
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Strictly limited numbers.


Definitely a pretty penny for one of these :)
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it lists for $41,000
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Not bad I was expecting $60,000 or better.
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