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Old 06-29-2012, 09:00 PM   #46
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:53 PM   #47
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Ferrari Motorcycle Italiana Bordone-E1

E1 is a thoroughbred racing, created to take the bull without compromise. It is at the same time a wonderful example of adaptation to almost endless series of technical and technological constraints. The motorcycle rally is heavy at the start with a full tank and lighter ends in reserve, it must be equally effective on the sand and impalpable on the slopes of rocky highlands, go gently winding mule tracks and be super fast on Large areas of Grand Prix of the Desert . It must guarantee high power and reliability essential. Handling and comfort, stability and security. Achieve a win for the Motorcycle Rally Raid means finding the perfect balance in the management of variants, the key that unlocks the door of efficiency.




Advanced Solutions

The E1 is a comprehensive collection of advanced solutions to subordinate information Renato Ferrari , ordered and granted them according to the experience of technicians chosen to achieve it. For its construction were used the best materials available and most suitable technologies to optimize performance.
chassis, directed by Fernando Prades , is a lattice tubular chrome molybdenum steel, and it was drawn on the geometry a revolutionary motorcycle that can provide the maneuverability necessary for critical situations and at the same time high stability and safety at any speed.
The engine was done by TM on the specific Bordone-Ferrari , and he enjoys the experience the company of brothers Serafini Pesaro in the Enduro, Supermoto and Rally's. It has excellent power and a new, more efficient distribution diagram.
Innovative also regarding suspensions, especially for the rear, which was projected for a new fork and a progressive kinematic advantage of a single innovative Donerre shock.




Design

Congestion imposed by the specifics of the mechanical and superstructures of E1 were optimized based on the weight distribution and center of gravity of the bike. They have applied to the result "raw" ergonomic and aerodynamic research in order to achieve an efficient and comfortable bike, easy to drive and little tiring. The next step, which refers to one of the original impulses of the proposed Renato Ferrari , was to gather all the functional specificities of E1 in a "shell" inspired aesthetic values ​​essential for Bordone-Ferrari Motorcycle Italiana . The silhouette of the E1 was developed by designer Rodolfo Frascoli, and architect Luca Mattavelli is responsible for the graphics and color choices, since E1 be a Motorcycle Rally winner and beautiful. A dream, for one year transported into reality and finally result in the realization that we can now finger touch and admire.








Technical Data
  • Type ....................... Motorcycle Rally Competition
  • Brand ........................... Bordone-Ferrari Motorcycle Italiana
  • Model ........................... E1 Rally
  • Engine 4 stroke ........................... TM
  • Displacement 449 cc .......................
  • Bore / stroke .............. 97 mm x 60.8 mm x 1
  • Compression ratio ...... nd
  • Power ...................... nd
  • Power .................. Keihin diam. 41 cm
  • Digital electronic ignition ........................ Keihin
  • Starting ..................... Electric
  • Multiplate clutch ..................... oil bath
  • Transmission 5-speed ...............
  • Secondary transmission Chain ..
  • Trellis frame ........................... tubular chrome molybdenum steel
  • Double Fork ........................... aluminum arms
  • Front Suspension Kayaba inverted fork ............. diam. 48 cm
  • Rear Suspension ........... kinematic progressive Donerre a shock,305 mm total stroke
  • Front brake Brembo 2-piston ...................... 300 mm
  • Rear brake Brembo 1-piston ..................... 240 mm
  • Wheels / tires 90/90-21 ........ 21 "130/80-18 18"
  • Dry weight 130 kg ........................
  • Curb weight 158 ​​kg ....
  • Total length 221 cm ..................
  • Wheelbase 1535 mm ...................
  • Seat height 996 mm ..................
  • Fuel tank capacity 32 l ..
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:50 AM   #48
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Am I blind or does this bike not have any headlights?
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Old 06-30-2012, 01:09 AM   #49
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Am I blind or does this bike not have any headlights?
and no kick starter.. though I can see the spline in the motor

the body work is beautiful, fluid, very compact for the claimed 32 litres it carries

even the radiator scoops which were probably added to accommodate more sponsors -if for nothing else- bother me less now...

Also can't tell if the skid plate accommodates water & tool box (it juts out to the front quite a bit)

I wonder what internals the KYB fork has.

so, the million dollar question...

How much?

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Old 06-30-2012, 03:19 AM   #50
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Lots of odd design choices, like the exhaust can being not tucked under the rear tank. One good slide on that side of the bike and the can will be ripped off. The rad shrouds...would have to see the bike but the rad looks unprotected and using a single seems an odd choice. As mentioned no kick start as well. Not saying bad designs as they likely know a ton more than I do, just some odd ones at a glance.

Love the slick look though

When does it debut in a race ?
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Old 06-30-2012, 05:56 AM   #51
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Am I blind or does this bike not have any headlights?
The bike looks blind without the headlight. It's for daytime use only "With its superbly designed blah bla blah, it is made to arrive at each bivouac by early noon" the propaganda will claim

It looks nice, nonetheless.
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Old 06-30-2012, 06:11 AM   #52
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The bike looks blind without the headlight. It's for daytime use only "With its superbly designed blah bla blah, it is made to arrive at each bivouac by early noon" the propaganda will claim

It looks nice, nonetheless.
Regardless, it still has to comply withthe international highway code, i.e. headlights, horn and yes, even a mirror
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Old 06-30-2012, 07:36 AM   #53
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going back to the kick starter, I think someone fucked up the mold for the right hand tank...
there's no indent when the kick-starter is folded in place

typical designer going off and doing his own thing material

Nit-picking aside, can't wait to see what the team do with the bike in the Pharaoh Rally

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Old 06-30-2012, 09:15 AM   #54
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Maybe they just forgot the headlight... Like when you're so focused on getting the details right that you forget something big...
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Old 06-30-2012, 02:10 PM   #55
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Be sure that after the first races a lot of details will change, it's normal
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Old 06-30-2012, 11:52 PM   #56
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Talking It's a justa da' small details.... eh?!

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EGYPT RALLY (october) - Post race technical debriefing at B/F headquarters:


Team Chief (to technical director): "Okaaay... Luigi... Prego... you thinka we canna putta kickstarter onna da' bike now... eh? Jordi and Alex; they go through technical inspection in Egypt; no problemo...! And a she looooka soooooo sexy in alla da' magazine photo's... no?

...but they still on podium trying to starta da' bike, eh...?"


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Old 07-01-2012, 02:50 AM   #57
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Nit picking, the 690 never had a kickstarter either.
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Old 07-01-2012, 04:32 AM   #58
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Might be like the Rallye Pan Am 525s with the 660 Rallye tanks and have a kick starter stashed somewhere on them just in case (from memory, in Neduros rallye bike rehab thread, they did it that way because the 660 tanks didn't have the cut out in the tank as the LC4 is a left kicker.)

The bike is growing on me though.
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Old 07-01-2012, 05:27 AM   #59
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Loving it more and more..



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