The V13R from Canada based company Cirbin is a three wheeled
sports vehicle powered by a 1250cc, V-twin, Harley-Davidson
engine connected to a 5-speed sequential transmission. The engine
develops 125 horsepower and 84 ft-lbs of torque @ 6000 rpm.
The design of the Cirbin V13R is intended to be reminiscent
of the Hotrod era, while also incorporating modern styling details.
The fiberglass body of the V13R is laid over a tubular steel
chassis with triangulated side walls a front crash zone and
twin rollover bars. The chassis comes as standard in a black
finish, with chrome plating as an option.
The suspension system of the Cirbin V13R has been selected to
match the chassis. The two front shocks are coil over progressive
springs. They are adjustable in both compression preload and
rebound damping. The shock dimensions are standard motorcycle
sizes, so buyers can personalize their suspension setup. The
single rear shock is a fully adjustable motorcycle monoshock
that can support 4" of wheel travel without compromise.
Fully customizable, this rear suspension setup offers maximum
flexibility while allowing a sporty ride.
Inside the Cirbin V13R's cockpit the side-by-side seating is
roomy enough for two average-size adults. A grab bar helps during
entry and exit. The V13R also features adjustable seats including
headrests and adjustable pedal positions. For the instrument
panel the V13R uses the Harley-Davidson V-ROD's electronic Instrument
Cluster. This is positioned in the center of the dashboard and
tilted slightly toward the driver.
Under the front section of the V13R is the cargo compartment.
The waterproof cargo space is large enough to carry personal
items for a weekend away. If more cargo space is required optional
color-matched side cases can be fitted.
As of 2011 the Cirbin V13R is manufactured by Campagna
Motors, and the name has been changed to the Campagna Motors
V13R. The company currently has dealerships in the US, Canada
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