New model launch - Ecosse Iconoclast

Brings new meaning to words like 'odd' and 'expensive'

Posted: 4 December 2007
by Tim Skilton



American ECOSSE Moto Works, Inc. has created a limited-production 135hp handcrafted named the Iconoclast.

At the heart of the monstrous beast is a blueprinted 2000cc V-twin, machined from solid billet aluminum. The bike's crankshaft is dynamically balanced for lower vibration and CNC ported heads are hand massaged (their words not mine) for maximum flow. The company claim the air intake has been designed for maximum torque and adds 8ft-lbs alone to the bike's performance figures.

Other stuff? A handmade exhaust, chrome-moly TIG welded chassis, forged aluminum 17" wheels, custom Öhlins, fully adjustable forks and rear shock and an ISR radial brake system are just aome of the ultra exculsive parts that make up the Iconoclast.

Retail price is tbc

Performance SPECS:

Torque: 140 ft-lbs at rear wheel at sea level

Hp: 135 at rear wheel at sea level

0 to 60 mph: 2.8 seconds

Quarter mile: Low 10s

Dry Weight: 460 lbs


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