The Luckiest MOTORCYCLE crashes ever Caught on Camera - WorldWide
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Buell 1125 CR FUN!!!
Having fun with my Buell 1125CR cafe racer. Amazing power, amazing grip,
amazing cornering and insane acceleration! HOLY MOLY!!!!! THIS MUCH FUN
CAN'T BE LEGAL? oh yeah: if you are a cop, the speedo must have been broken
Buell 1125R, 1125CR, Lighter Bike Frame, Motorcycle
http://www.buellxb.com | A Lighter Frame for a Stronger Bike | Buell's new
casting technique produces a stronger, lighter motorcycle
Buell did not break the mold when it made the 1125CR racing bike. Instead,
it washed the mold away—to create a sturdier body.
The frames of other motorcycles are formed by pouring molten metal into a
mold of sand and clay. Buell engineers instead developed a water-soluble
bonding agent to use in place of clay. The new formulation allows them to
start rinsing the mold away right after the aluminum is poured, rather than
waiting for the cast to solidify and then breaking the mold. Water cools
the alloy faster and in a
controlled manner, preventing cavities from forming, which can weaken the
structure. Buell used the method to produce a stronger rear frame that
requires one less pound of metal.
Its even possible to cast the entire frame that way, using water cooling to
fine-tune the metals strength and rigidity for different components.