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Scary Thrills: 2009 Campagna T-Rex Road Tested by Inside Line

2009 Campagna T-Rex 1400R Full Test and Video For similar content: http://www.edmunds.com/whats-hot/ Ariel Atom Road Test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SloIhHhtN8 Aptera 2e Feature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_JV6QUIu5s Campagna Motors builds its line of three-wheelers by hand in Montreal, Quebec (what is it about Quebec and three-wheelers; there's the Can-Am Spyder, too). The chassis of the T-Rex is constructed from 1.5-inch tubular steel and then covered in fiberglass body panels. This three-wheeler utilizes a double-wishbone suspension at each front wheel and a traditional motorcycle-style swingarm in the rear. Mounted behind the driver and passenger is a 197-hp, 1,352cc inline-4 engine and six-speed sequential manual transmission lifted from the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 — one of the quickest and most powerful motorcycles made today.


 


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