48 cylinder kawasaki, how it works, running after 5 years
UPDATE: Come and see this Guinness World Record holder at the Classic show in Hoddesdon, 13th July 2014! More details on the show here: http://hertfordshiresuperbikes.com/classicshow/ and here: https://www.facebook.com/events/660508590673301/ More details and a write up about the bike here: http://hertfordshiresuperbikes.com/48cyl.shtml Our 48 cylinder motorcycle brought back to life! We got it going again - Note: The "donkey engine is LOUD", so please do turn the volume down a little.. You can see and hear the 48 running towards the end of the video.
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Remember the six-cylinder Kawasaki KZ1300 from the late-1970s? The brutish, 120 horsepower motorcycle weighed an almighty 322kg, did the quarter mile in 11.96 seconds, and was capable of hitting a top speed of 225km/h. Enough for you? It wasnt, for Allen Millyard, a nuclear research engineer by profession. So what did Mr Millyard do? Why, he built his own bike of course a 12-cylinder Kawasaki KZ2300. While his hand-built machine looks stock, its actually considerably bigger and the V12 engine is comprised of two complete KZ1300 cylinder blocks.
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