- Max theoretical speed [High Gear]: 350 Km/h (217 miles/hr)
- Max theoretical speed [Low Gear]: 280 Km/h (173 miles/hr)
- Power Output: 150+ Kw / 200+ hp
- 0-100 Km/h: 2,5 seconds (0-60 miles/hr 2.5 seconds)
- Weight: 180 Kg
Their fund-raising goal of $60,000 will "pay for a high performance liquid cooled AC motor, and a state of the art Hub Centre Steering for one of the race bikes."
Down in the Nerdy Tech section they have an interesting thing to say:
Today’s most advanced electric motors are already better than current Moto GP motorcycle’s engines in terms of torque delivery, physical size, engine-braking control, and reduced gyroscopic handling impact. The small size of electrical components in electric motorcycles also gives room for better overall motorcycle design, which translates directly into better motorcycle handling and feel.In other words, electric drive trains can be more power dense than MotoGP engines. The issue we're facing is getting enough energy storage on board for a full length race. That means 30 kilowatt-hours or more, and the top race bikes today have about 14 kilowatt-hours IIRC.