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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-11-2006, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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Honda "E" NSR

2001

The e-NSR is a town racing machine ensuring quiet and clean operation. The overall body can be dismantled into smaller units. Both the dismantling and assembling procedures are relatively easy.
The mini-racer with an electric-motor drive system is a study model for easily accessible motor racing fun.

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Length : 1,450mm

Width : 450mm

Height : 750mm

Motor Type : Direct-drive In-wheel Electric Motor

Standing only knee high to the proverbial grasshopper, it's powered by a tiny "green" electric motor, hence the 'e' in it's title!

Designed mainly as a child's first step into two-wheeled motorised transport, it is also hoped that it will be a hit with customers wanting that special "talking piece"!

Although looked upon as a toy, there are some fantastic features, the most prominent of which has to be the rim-mounted hydraulic brake disks. Expect to see them on production machines in the very near future!!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-11-2006, 02:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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Buell runs an ad showing a patent on the "ZTL" TM brake system, but Eriks 2001 bikes ran conventional rotor/calipers
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The e-NSR is a town racing machine ensuring quiet and clean operation. The overall body can be dismantled into smaller units. Both the dismantling and assembling procedures are relatively easy.
The mini-racer with an electric-motor drive system is a study model for easily accessible motor racing fun.


Although looked upon as a toy, there are some fantastic features, the most prominent of which has to be the rim-mounted hydraulic brake disks. Expect to see them on production machines in the very near future!!
2001? Is this an old article? Even so, how much?

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2001? Is this an old article? Even so, how much?
so you got a job now and your blowing off your money that you dont have lol
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so you got a job now and your blowing off your money that you dont have lol
Nah, but a guy can dream right?

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dude, that thing does NOT deserve the name NSR.

HAIL TO THE KING!!

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