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Bimota Tesi 3D

Bimota Tesi 3D

Year of specifications 2008 - 2009
Engine 1078 cc V-Twin
Transmission 6-speed, chain
Top speed -
0-60 MPH -
Horsepower -
Weight 168 kg / 370 lbs
Seat height 810 mm / 31.9 inches

The Bimota TESI 3D is available in two color versions, red and white and a Carbon Black version. The Carbon Black Tesi 3D model features a new all titanium exhaust system made by Motocorse.

The principal characteristics of the Bimota Tesi 3D 1100 are the unique "omega" which also supports and utilizes the engine as a stressed member of the chassis. Both front and rear wheels are suspended with the unique Bimota trellis swingarms, now a trademark of Bimota. Like the Tesi 1D and Tesi 2D which came before it, the front wheel of the Tesi 3D features a distincive hub center steering system.

The TESI 3D is equipped with a braking system created by Bimota and is characterized by the radial calipers put on the lowest point of the hub.

The design of the TESI 3D project was created by Bimota’s Enrico Borghesan, who has dressed it in carbon fiber to dramatically reduce the weight of the bike. The distinctive rear section is formed of structural carbon fiber.

The lightweight wheels are in forged aluminium alloy and are produced by the MARVIC exclusively for the Tesi 3D.

The benefits of hub center steering include the absence of frontend dive under braking. Front suspension remains fully functional in these conditions and allows unparalleled corner entrance stability and mid-turn control. An additional benefit is the resulting ability to use softer front suspension settings, adding an uncommon level of comfort and control in lower speeds too.

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