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NCR's at it again

Also true to NCR form, you better start saving now if you like what you see here because the NCR M4
isn't going to be cheap. The 107hp, 84 lbs•ft of torque, 286 lbs, NCR M4 comes complete with carbon
fiber parts like its tank, wheels, instrument cluster, airbox, oil cooler housing, and fenders. Also
a part of the basic package are NCR's in-house billet triple clamps, fork bottoms, & rearsets. Brembo
monoblocks and Öhlins suspension come as standard

Of course, if you want a truly pinnacle air-cooled v-twin machine, you'll want the higher-spec
NCR M4 ONE SHOT. Fitted with an NCR 1200 modified Ducati EVO 1100 engine, the higher displacement M4
makes 132 hp (105 lbs•ft of torque), courtesy of its stroker crank, titanium connecting rods, NCR
slipper clutch, and other titanium bits. Dropping another 6 lbs off the base M4, the 278 lbs
motorcycle is truly featherweight.

http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bikes/ncr-m4-one-shot/#more-25529
 

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NCR's at it again

Also true to NCR form, you better start saving now if you like what you see here because the NCR M4
isn't going to be cheap. The 107hp, 84 lbs•ft of torque, 286 lbs, NCR M4 comes complete with carbon
fiber parts like its tank, wheels, instrument cluster, airbox, oil cooler housing, and fenders. Also
a part of the basic package are NCR's in-house billet triple clamps, fork bottoms, & rearsets. Brembo
monoblocks and Öhlins suspension come as standard

Of course, if you want a truly pinnacle air-cooled v-twin machine, you'll want the higher-spec
NCR M4 ONE SHOT. Fitted with an NCR 1200 modified Ducati EVO 1100 engine, the higher displacement M4
makes 132 hp (105 lbs•ft of torque), courtesy of its stroker crank, titanium connecting rods, NCR
slipper clutch, and other titanium bits. Dropping another 6 lbs off the base M4, the 278 lbs
motorcycle is truly featherweight.

http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bikes/ncr-m4-one-shot/#more-25529
132 hp, 278 lbs!!!!!!!
 

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50 grand for a motorcycle? No thank you. It does look sweet though
 
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