The folks at MXS Custom have made this 172cc little beast called 2Evil Dragster. Obviously, this bike is not designed for riding on the street, but for pure acceleration competition. So far he has managed to do the 150 meters in less than six seconds.
The basis is a Gilera DNA engine Mounted with a pair of 86cc Stage6 R / T cylinders. If you read correctly, they have fitted two cylinders, because the crankcases have been machined in such a way that two specially manufactured crankshafts with a 44 mm stroke have been installed in parallel.
The set includes a pair of ignitions, an intake with 26mm carburettors and a beefed-up clutch, all from the house Stage6. The exhausts have been custom made in Slovakia by ROOST. This combination gives more than 50 hp at the wheel According to the builder, which transforms this 2Evil Dragster into a heart attack machine.
The chassis has been built almost entirely in aluminum, trying to lighten the weight to the maximum, while the specific Dragster rear wheel was imported from the USA and adapted to the needs of the prototype.
In a second adjustment, the 26 mm carburettors were replaced by a 32 mm Koso but it was decided to lower a little under 50 hp the engine power and mount a Stage6 Torque Control clutch, to improve the response at the start. In the video at the end of the post you can see the beast in operation, which is really scary.