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TwinTech V-Twin

TwinTech V-Twin

TwinTech V-Twin

TwinTech V-Twin

Year 2006
Engine 2.0 litre V-twin
Transmission Hewland sequential RWD
Max speed

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0-60 mph 4.5 seconds
Horsepower 125 bhp
weight 1120 lbs

The TwinTech V-Twin was designed, engineered and constructed by Kip Ewing, Jay Novak and Dave Piontek (see the Piontek Sportech).

Michigan based TwinTech sees the V-Twin as a trackday car similar to the Ariel Atom and Deronda F400. However where most similar sports cars use a high performance Japanese motorcycle engine or small displacement turbocharged car engine, the TwinTech V-Twin uses an S&S V-twin mounted at the extreme front of the car. The unique layout is said to offer a perfect 50-50 weight distribution for superb balance and handling.



Features of the TwinTech V-Twin
- 1 3/4" swept tube chassis
- Oval tube control arms
- Billet aluminum uprights
- Billet aluminum brake calipers and rotor hats
- S&S Cycle 124 cu. in. V-Twin engine
- Hewland sequential shift transaxle
- 17 x 7.5 Kosel forged wheels
- 17" Goodyear F1 tires
- Sparco Evo seats



Similar and related vehicles:
- Piontek Sportech
- Ariel Atom
- Deronda F400





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