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Saab Aero-x Concept

Saab Aero-X is a concept car by Saab unveiled at the 2006 Salon International de lAuto. It is powered by a 2.8 L twin-turbocharged V6 running on pure ethanol that produces 300 kW (400 hp). 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is predicted to be 4.9 s and top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph). It has a 7-speed manual transmission controlled by paddles on the steering wheel.



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THE SHADOW ROCKET | BY ROUGH CRAFTS | Image

THE SHADOW ROCKET | BY ROUGH CRAFTS

Remember the Iron Guerilla? one of our most popular posts on the awesome Harley Sportster Custom by Rough Crafts. The same guys have now joined forces with "Roland Sands Design" for this spectacular conversion based on a Harley-Davidson 2002 FLSTF Softail and dubbed "Shadow Rocket". A dark, glossy and sleek ride...we love it. Also check out these other Custom bikes by Rough Crafts - The Bomb Runner - The Iron Guerilla...
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PACK ANIMAL MOTORCYCLE SADDLEBAGS | Image

PACK ANIMAL MOTORCYCLE SADDLEBAGS

Pack Animal is a new brand from Seattle that craft beautiful Motorcycle Travel Goods with classic styling and timeless materials that look great on any bike. The vintage styled gear is made with the highest quality waxed twill and canvas paired with rugged leather that will last a lifetime. The collection includes a Tool bag and a Saddle Bag (can quickly be removed from your bike and used as messenger bag) that can easily be mounted with adjustable bike hardware. wa...
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HONDA 2&4

Set to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, is the impressive Honda Project 2&4, a spectacular four wheeled, lightweight, open-air kart with a 999cc V4 superbike motor under the hood. Designed by Honda’s motorcycle design studio in Asaka, Japan, the 2&4 claims influence from the pivotal RA272 Formula 1 car from 1965, and is powered by a 215 hp RC213V competition motorcycle engine. The unique "floating seat” design places the driver as close to the action as po...
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