MTT 420RR Turbine Superbike

Aug 17, 2017

Category: Rides

Not that you would ever really need something this obesely powerful, but if you want to truly live life on the edge – tempting fate with each and every twist of the throttle – then the MTT 420RR Superbike could be for you.

That’s because this beast of a motorcycle boasts not a traditional piston engine under the saddle but instead a gas turbine engine – specifically a Rolls Royce Allison 250-C20 Series Gas Turbine engine. With it, the MTT monster pushes out 420 horses at 52,000-rpm, and 500 ft/lbs of torque at 2,000-rpm, which is absolutely ridiculous. It also features an aluminum alloy frame, carbon fiber fairings, and 17-inch carbon fiber wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires. As for the top speed of this thing? Well, MTT doesn’t provide an actual number, rather stating “faster than you will ever dare to go.” However, a previous and less powerful version of the bike did top out at 227 mph so if that’s any way to estimate the 420RR’s top speed we’ll probably have to pass on a test drive here.

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