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  • Published: 10 March 2018
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  • Michal Klimek
    Michal Klimek  4 days back

    Great video... Except: no, electric bikes (or cars) are not the future man... They are the dead end.

    • chris hadley
      chris hadley  4 days back

      Snubbing the aprilia rsv1000r with the v-twin section. You gotta throw that shout out to my boo that revs past 10k rpm. Also sounds glorious.

      • Gazeel Aquila
        Gazeel Aquila  5 days back

        Could you make vodeo about Harley Davidson bikes engine , thanX

        • John Poole
          John Poole  7 days back

          triple Triumph but not transverse mounted? and the square fours and longitudinal fours.

          • Ian James
            Ian James  1 weeks back

            My god that Honda sounded INSANE! WTF!!!

            • angry_z_rider
              angry_z_rider  1 weeks back

              why was the hypermotard in the V twin section? pretty sure that one was an L twin

            • T Dalb
              T Dalb  1 weeks back

              Cannot disagree on the V4.
              Best sound in the world.
              But how can anyone compare a Harley or any cruiser V-twin with a Ducati?

              • David James
                David James  1 weeks back

                I vote for an inline triple 750cc sportbike.

                • Performancecyclespecialties Crozon

                  Ducati are l twin not v twin

                  • Performancecyclespecialties Crozon

                    Fuk japan

                    • John Warner
                      John Warner  1 weeks back

                      So, you completely ignore the transverse V Twin?

                      • Allen Hanford
                        Allen Hanford  1 weeks back

                        Many books have been filled with the relevant information not included in this video.

                        • Trey
                          Trey  1 weeks back

                          EVERYONE MUST DO: Find your local Zero motorcycle dealer and get a free test ride. You won't regret it.

                          • Upper Left Coast Chelsea Fan

                            'Newer' oil injection for two strokes? Every two stroke road bike I owned in the 70's had oil injection. Yamaha RD's to Kawasaki triples. One oil injection failure in over a thousand hours riding time in the 70's and that was on my Kawasaki H1 500 (and yes the engine did seize, back wheel locked and sent me sliding across four lanes of traffic, still don't know why that one semi didn't run over me, what's life without a little heart stopping fun?)

                            • donnie baker
                              donnie baker  1 weeks back

                              There's a little example how about a Harley-Davidson Dyna with a stock engine that makes 80 horsepower and 100 foot pounds of torque add a set of triple clamps so the front end will be planted in a turn nice set of reservoir dampening rebound compression adjustable shocks on the rear a better mapping of the ignition and fuel injection a simple tune header pipe that mostly everybody does to any type of motorcycle and you're about to watch a video Southern California I've basically unmodified as far as engine modification Harleys out
                              running sport bikes on sport bike tracks
                              https://youtu.be/5yR2O2nw6PI

                              • donnie baker
                                donnie baker  1 weeks back

                                So what is the Benelli inline-6 chop liver

                                • donnie baker
                                  donnie baker  1 weeks back

                                  I believe this idiot is trying to at the very least provoke people who own triumphs maybe we need to duct tape this troll to a Triumph Speed Triple with the throttle is jammed wide fucking open see how long he can hold the clutch lever in before it runs out of gas or better yet just putting in the helicopter of the icons Triumph Tiger 800 dropping off in the jungle and say get with it or die

                                  • donnie baker
                                    donnie baker  1 weeks back

                                    I'm totally at lost for words for this day I'm listening do the cons of a three-cylinder Triumph which are exactly opposite of what it really is what what is the real purpose here of all the totally untrue facts of nothing a jack of all trades master at none is that why my friend to ride them I've logged over 200,000 miles in every state of the United States writing three-cylinder Triumph that this guy says is not that sophisticated when the KA engine cases are made by lotus of England with high pressure Extrusion aluminum die casting molds and all the internal parts are made by Cosworth who build the most technical engines in the world like for Indianapolis 500 and I'm talkin Cosworth who builds all the high performance engines that are the best in the world that he claims Triumph is not that they're Worthy even though they use Cosworth Parts and their design

                                    • donnie baker
                                      donnie baker  1 weeks back

                                      Conn's vibration can lack of low-end torque sound bad on most by most boring engine type but he forgot to mention the fact that it won the Pro Stock us Nationals as they fastest motorcycle in the quarter mile in fact in mind don't vibrate it has enough torque to climb out of a coal mine and doesn't seem to be boring at all as Wherever I Go it draws a crowd asking me a dozen question the never stop someone forgot to tell the script writer and this guy reciting the script that there's this thing called counter balance that eliminates this thing he is calling vibration that's never there never was never has been where do they come up with the stupid shit oh I get it this is the propaganda to convince young guys from ever considering buying one and jumping on a four-cylinder instead

                                      • donnie baker
                                        donnie baker  1 weeks back

                                        It's pretty darn easy to open up a service manual for any of these parallel twins he's claiming that are easy to work on for example if you want to adjust the valve lash on the little red bike in mine pictured of Avatar first you're going to take all the measurements to see where their clearances are now then you're going to pull the camshaft out the valves nder the camshaft then with micrometers subtract the difference of what you found when you first measured the clearances then you're going to take those micrometers and you're going to find shims that'll make the difference up so you'll have the proper clearance at the same time when you put it all back together and that's only half of the valves the other four valves are adjusted manually after your valve assembly is all back together again this guy running the interview is totally unskilled and none scholar of what he's talking about

                                        • donnie baker
                                          donnie baker  1 weeks back

                                          Did he really say single cylinder dirt bike engine motorcycles are very easy to work on that's what he said apparently he has never pulled apart a single-cylinder modern dirt bike engine as I'm sure all of you should be aware that pulling the engine from the frame is a major undertaking without using pry bars and Hammers and and then repainting a frame to hide all the track's you just made of scratches and tearing the paint off of it I mean it's working as a technician in a motorcycle shop seven years you got to do this pretty fast and make any money and beat the clock and then give it back to the customer in better shape than it was brand new this guy is another one who's reading a script that someone printed out for him to recite

                                          • Suzanne LaDue
                                            Suzanne LaDue  2 weeks back

                                            I'm a gearhead and I admit I'm confused about electric motors

                                            • Suzanne LaDue
                                              Suzanne LaDue  2 weeks back

                                              Somehow I knew you drove a CBR🙌💚

                                              • Suzanne LaDue
                                                Suzanne LaDue  2 weeks back

                                                Best beginner bikes for short riders?

                                                • Gary Button
                                                  Gary Button  2 weeks back

                                                  A fine survey of common bike engines. However, V twins should be divided into two groups: inherently unbalanced 60 degree V's - which gives HD's their "distinctive" sound and the better balanced 90 degree V's of the Italian brand that rev smoother and higher.

                                                  • CARMOTOAXL
                                                    CARMOTOAXL  2 weeks back

                                                    2020 Yamaha MT-10 Dubai
                                                    https://youtu.be/qCvdsciJ9Ss
                                                    Thanks 😊

                                                    • xpusostomos
                                                      xpusostomos  2 weeks back

                                                      They don't make online 6s anymore? Did you tell BMW ? What about the K1600?

                                                      • Jeff Ruebens
                                                        Jeff Ruebens  2 weeks back

                                                        Dirt bike- single cylinder- light weight, narrow, less parts to maintain, high torque at low rpm, more vibration, 4-strokes sound like a tractor. Parallel twin- cheaper to make than a V-twin, no back cylinder blocked from the wind. V-twin- great sound when engine braking at 20 mph. Inline 4s- rev higher for more power, less vibration, better for track days than for street riding, more parts. Inline 3s- powerband more of a compromise for both low end torque and peak power compared to 2 or 4 cylinders. V-4s- usually the winners for 1,000cc MotoGP. Boxer 2s and 4s, transverse V-twins- quirky engines originally used for BMWs and Moto Guzzis so all the cylinder heads were in the wind for less overheating, more torque steer, the boxers have a low center of gravity, the Goldwing engine is one of the best for long trips, at a high price for dollars and extra weight. I have an inline 4 I ride most Saturdays, and a V-twin I ride most Sundays on curvy country roads with few cars.

                                                        • Jack Heinemann
                                                          Jack Heinemann  2 weeks back

                                                          Anyone else remember the puch twingles, I am currently restoring a Puch 250. They had 2 separate pistons offset a few degrees from eachother, but a common combustion chamber. It improved both low end torque and added a power band smoothness that wasn't common during the 50s with 2 stroke motors

                                                          • crispy
                                                            crispy  2 weeks back

                                                            What about the Ducati "L" twin, please don't lump us in with badly balanced V's. The old Ducati's with conti exhaust and desmo valve drive sounds so much better than those un-baffled V's.

                                                            • Esteban Fortu
                                                              Esteban Fortu  2 weeks back

                                                              Electric motors sounds like the UFO of the independence day

                                                              • Steve Polychronopolous
                                                                Steve Polychronopolous  2 weeks back

                                                                I've got an '86 VFR700F (Interceptor), and I've always said, it was that sound that got my attention. It's got plenty of leg room for a 6'3" guy. It's got tons of torque with a really smooth power band, good news for a first-time sport bike owner (it's predictable when you twist the throttle, not really jumpy, also due to the weight).

                                                                • John Williams
                                                                  John Williams  2 weeks back

                                                                  Electricity is going to get more and more expensive. It won't be long before some of us will be lamenting the good ol' days of fossil fuel.

                                                                  • Jimmy Alberhasky
                                                                    Jimmy Alberhasky  2 weeks back

                                                                    My 1977 Suziuki TS250 2 stroke enduro has oil injection. And it has never failed.

                                                                    • Jonathan
                                                                      Jonathan  2 weeks back

                                                                      Can someone explain to me how the sound can differ due to the angle or placement of the cylinder?

                                                                      • Alejandro
                                                                        Alejandro  2 weeks back

                                                                        It's due to the distance that the exhaust gases hace to travel in order to escape. Asimetric exhaust lines tend to sound better, subaru has mastered that

                                                                    • Abrahim Sabir
                                                                      Abrahim Sabir  2 weeks back

                                                                      you forgot to mention tht electric motor kicks the ass of the fattest IC dinosaur you can get on road

                                                                      • 47f0
                                                                        47f0  2 weeks back

                                                                        Actually, with V-engines, angle is everything when it comes to vibration. 90-degree engines as in Ducati, Guzzi and the (late) Honda VTR are extremely smooth. Even the 80-degree Honda CX bikes were smooth.

                                                                        • Shashank Mahamuni
                                                                          Shashank Mahamuni  2 weeks back

                                                                          Bro rotary...

                                                                          • T0k4m4K
                                                                            T0k4m4K  2 weeks back

                                                                            Hehe bet ya didn't expect the panigale v4 did ya? how's the sound war now

                                                                            • Billy Hack
                                                                              Billy Hack  2 weeks back

                                                                              Why didnt you discuss the desmondromic valued Ducati engines that you’ve pioneered?

                                                                              • crispy
                                                                                crispy  2 weeks back

                                                                                He must think the Ducati's are V twins, He needs to learn his alphabet - they are an "L" twin.

                                                                            • j hamo
                                                                              j hamo  2 weeks back

                                                                              saying a v twin is different from a parallel twin is rubbish the parallel or in line 4 vs v4 they can be identical with crank timing. the cylinders don't care where they are they could be upside down if you could still oil the crank.

                                                                              • Manish Kumar
                                                                                Manish Kumar  2 weeks back

                                                                                Very Nice & Informative Video - Thanks :)

                                                                                • shafferjoe1962
                                                                                  shafferjoe1962  2 weeks back

                                                                                  You forgot about motoguzzi... Why would you not make a video about weird motorcycle engines?

                                                                                  • justin gee
                                                                                    justin gee  2 weeks back

                                                                                    Electric is not the future. Alternative fuel sources for standard ICE is the future

                                                                                    • Jon Jonsson
                                                                                      Jon Jonsson  2 weeks back

                                                                                      I care about the environment. Don't buy two strokes. Embrace clean motors and emission regs. You can't handle the power of new bikes anyways. Just embrace it. Stop caring about horsepower. It's for jabronis

                                                                                      • Karthik Hegde
                                                                                        Karthik Hegde  3 weeks back

                                                                                        I can't believe he didn't talk about crossplane...

                                                                                        • agniva banerjee
                                                                                          agniva banerjee  3 weeks back

                                                                                          Best single cylinder bike sound -tvs Apache lineup and royal Enfield classics

                                                                                          • Speedyey
                                                                                            Speedyey  3 weeks back

                                                                                            Anyone saying that a V engine sounds better than a inline 4 is wrong, has always been wrong and will always will be wrong. There is just nothing about a V engine sound that will ever be remotely close to sound as good as an inline 4. Just stop saying v enginges sounds good... its just disgusting how they sound