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Video: Tul-Aris 2-stroke racer

The howling 2-stroke Tul-Aris racer is ridden in this week's MCN. The bike, which features an 800cc parallel twin engine from a snowmobile, was built by the head of R&D for Renault F1. Watch the clip to see what MCN road tester Michael Neeves makes of the Tul-Aris. Plus, see this week's paper for more on what it's like to ride...

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Andy949494

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Andy949494 says:

Beautiful Bike

Gorgeous bike beautifully engineered. From the simple straight run of the exhausts to the clean swinging arm this is one beautiful bike. Only comment is on the video which doesn't show the bike at its best. Film taken from a helmet cam when it was actually being used flat out rather than just keeping up with others would have been good.

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

MMmmmm

I can almost smell it....

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stanleyknife

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stanleyknife says:

Ring ding ding.

Looked and sounded brilliant - smoked more than a basset hound in a research lab an looked more of  a handful than a room full of Jordan clones. Was it me or was the bloke in black leathers slightly too heavy for the suspension set up? I guess in the end this kind of crazy stuff needs to go on to push technology further and further.

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Wayne2009

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Wayne2009 says:

power/weight

not far off 1500bhp/ton! amazing!

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