10. Aprilia RSV4 RF
Max speed: 186.4 mph (290 to 300 km/h)
The Aprilia RSV4 is an Aprilia made superbike. The RSV4 is flagship model of Aprilia. Aprilia produces two versions of the bike: the RSV4 Factory and the RSV4 R. For 2016, the RSV4 RR and the limited-edition RSV4 RF are available in two variants. The 2016 updated bike was designed to take advantage of and comply with the Superbike rules of this year which state that less modifications are allowed for production bikes. It has more power, is lighter and handling and electronics have improved.
This fast bike originates from Aprilia production line. This uses 998 cc 60 degree V-twin engines. You may expect this cruiser to reach a top speed of 175 mph (278 km / h). This bike is capable of delivering 105.24 Kw (143.09 PS; 141.13 hp) @ 1000 rpm This Aprilia cruiser uses transmission frame for 6 speed chain drive.
9. Yamaha YZF R1M
Max speed: 185.79mph ( 299 kmph)
It comes with a powerful 998 cc,4-cylinder engine which produces 197.2 BHP and 112.4 Nm torque. This weighs only 200 kg and uses both the front and the rear end of Ohlins mechanical racing suspension. Getting to 100 kmph takes just 2.7 seconds.
This cruiser is made by Yamaha, popular bike maker from Japan. The engine used for this cruiser is forward slanted4-chamber Parallel, 20 valves, DOHC, cooled gas. This cruiser may be expected to attain a top speed of 186 mph (299 km / h). This bike will produce a pull of 128.2 (95.6 Kw) per 10000 rpm. It uses consistent structure for function 6 speed transmission.
8. MV Agusta F4 RR
Max speed: 185.1 mph (298 km/h)
MV Agusta F4 RR is a race spec super bike in India which costs INR 35,71,000. The F4 RR 998cc engine is fantastic at 13600 rpm for 201 HP, at 9600 rpm for 111 Nm. It comes paired with a 6-speed gearbox while weighing only 190 kg, without any fluids.
7. Suzuki Hayabusa
Max speed: 193.8 mph (312 km/h)
The Suzuki Hayabusa (or GSX1300R) is a sports bike motorcycle produced since 1999 by Suzuki. With a top speed of 303 to 312 km / h (188 to 194 mph), it instantly earned praise as the fastest motorcycle in the world in production.
In 1999, concerns of a European regulatory backlash or import ban led to an informal agreement between Japanese and European manufacturers to restrict at an arbitrary limit the top speed of their motorcycles. The media-reported value for the speed agreement in miles per hour was usually 186 mph, while it ranged from 299 to 303 km / h in kilometers per hour, which is common given unit conversion rounding errors. A number of external factors may also influence this statistic, as can the power and torque values.
6. Ducati Panigale 1199 R
Max speed: 177.6 mph (285.8 km/h)
Ducati reported at the time of its release that the 1199 Panigale was the world’s most powerful twin-cylinder engine motorcycle with a torque of 195 bhp (145 kW) at 10,750 rpm and 133.0 N (98.1 lbpm) at 9,000 rpm on an engine test stand. With an estimated dry weight of 164 kg (362 lb) and a curb weight of 188 kg (414 lb).Ducati said the 1199 had the highest production motorcycle power-to-weight and torque-to-weight ratios.