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MTT’s New 420 RR (Race Ready) Turbine Superbike

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MTT Y2K SUPERBIKE

MTT produced not only the first turbine-powered street legal motorcycle, but also the most powerful production bike in the world: the MTT Y2K Superbike.

The first generation of Y2K’s were powered by a Rolls Royce-Allison gas turbine engine.  The power train was demonstrated at over 320 HP and 425 ft/lbs of torque on the Dyne Jet 200 and has been clocked at a record breaking 227 MPH.

MTT’s Y2K bike was recognized by Guinness World Records as the most expensive production motorcycle ever to go on sale and in a second award it was designated as the most powerful production motorcycle. Awards aside, MTT engineers and manufactures the bikes in house. The bikes are fabricated from solid billets and there are very few vendor items we require. If you want the ultimate Big Boy Toy look no further.

 

MTT’s later models have all the standard features of previous versions, but with a larger swing arm, Pirelli Diablo 240 rear tire, increased fuel capacity and an enhanced cooling system.  This new generation is equipped with a 420 HP turbine with approximately 500 ft/lbs of torque.

MTT IS NOW PRODUCING THE RACE READY 420RR

It has every bell and whistle possible along with a redesigned body. Any color combination is possible.

MTT is also introducing a three-wheeled version which is under production and will be released soon.  This bike is truly amazing and presents inherent safety features that can only be found on 3-wheelers.

TURBINE SUPERBIKE SPECIFICATIONS

Representing the latest in engineering technology, the bike features carbon fiber fairings, a tubular aluminum frame containing the bike’s transmission fluids and reserve tank, a rear-mounted camera with LCD color display, SmartStart computerized ignition, and more.

MTT is constantly creating product improvements with each new bike built.  The general specifications are listed below.

Engine:  Rolls Royce Allison – 250-C20 Series Gas Turbine

Power:  420 HP @ 52,000-rpm

Torque:  ~500 ft/lbs @ 2,000-rpm

Transmission:  2-Speed – Automatic

Lubrication:  Dry-sump / 3.5 Qts. Turbine Oil

Frame:  Aluminum Alloy

Weight:  ~500 lbs

RPM:  6,000 RPM

N1 Speed:  54,000 RPM

Fairings:  Carbon Fiber

Rake:  27 Degrees

Colors:  Infinite Custom Colors

Fuel:  Diesel and Kerosene

Fuel Capacity:  8.5 Gallons (34-liters)

Reserve Tank:  1.5 Gallons (6-liters)

Wheels:  17 Inch Carbon Fiber – Dymag

Wheel Base:  68 Inch

Front Tire:  120 60ZR17 – Pirelli

Rear Tire:  200 50ZR17 – Pirelli

Speed:                       * Faster Than You Will Ever Dare To Go *

MTT SUPERBIKE GALLERY

REVIEWS AND MEDIA

“One the most awe-inspiring, innovative, and otherwise amazing designs” in their feature article ‘Perfect Stuff’.  With production limited to five per year it’s no wonder the MTT Turbine Superbike has become a revolution

Men's Journal

That’s the fun thing about it…the faster you go the more power you make. When you whack it open at 100, geez, it really pulls-it REALLY pulls it’s hilarious!

Motorcyclist: 'Jay's 10 Sexiest Bikes'

Y2K, even under full power, tracks like a bullet train…and the strangest thing is the complete lack of vibration. You hear the turbine but don’t feel the turbine, except for the fact that it’s trying to smoothly compress all your vertebrae into one dense donut.

John Burns, MotorCyclist

It’s like the hand of God pushing you in the back…I’ve ridden a lot of fast bikes but nothing pulls like this.

Jay Leno, Popular Mechanics

I’ve got to go with the Y2K Jet Bike as one of the all time sexiest. It’s the most fun because it’s a bike…and it’s a jet, and because it’s the best motorcycle ever for shutting up the Harley guys.

Jay Leno, The Tonight Show

It’s bloody mad and extremely scary…it feels like bungee-jumping, except with the bungee pulling you forwards and not upwards. The sheer sense of uncontrollable acceleration building and the wind noise rushing up to meet you.

John Cantlie, Motor Cycle News