Best Sounding Motorcycles

Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by gasgas125, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. gasgas125

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    I searched to see if there was a thread like this and could not find one. There is a car thread like this so I think we should have a motorcycle one!

    Post any videos of bikes that you think sound good :)

    I will get the ball rolling.


    A 6 cylinder motorcycle created by Guy Coulon (Tech3 engineer/designer).


    Aprilia SXV 450 - great sound with the Silmoto race exhaust!


    Rotary engined Nortons - need no intro!
     
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    Plop plop plop :D

     
  5. Slash

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    Haha. That reminds me of this:

     
  6. Bc4

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    haha yea

    at least that sounds like it has more power to it
     
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    It's a 192cc motor in a Honda 200X, pumped out 18 horsepower when it was new.
     
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    its yummy, and I very much concur about the Nortons...
     
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    2 strokes anyone?



     
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  11. Smoke&Slide

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    Here is a lovely Ducati 750 Bevel for ya, turn up the volume.

     
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  12. Smoke&Slide

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    MV Agusta 750S from the 1970's

     
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    Makes me wanna buy a battery for my KZ....

     
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    Wow! Doesn't even sound like a motorcycle, when that exhaust crackles off throttle, I'd swear its an old cobra race car or something of the like. Just fantastic...

    It doesn't hold a candle to my honda grom though... Lol *jk*
     
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  15. Smoke&Slide

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    Suzuki TR750 replica ( GT750 donor bike ).I'd have gsxr suspension front & rear, upgraded brakes, gsxr wheels for decent rubber and i would tune the engine up a bit too.Not standard but i've never ridden a big old 2 stroke before.Well nothing more powerful a 1988 Suzuki ts125x anyway.

     
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  16. Team THRT Drift

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    Old school revive!

    1956 JAWA 350

     
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    If I ever have the chance to own the SXV, I sure need to get a hand on these GPR exhausts :lol:

     
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    I know this is an older thread but how could you guys not this about this amazing bike. Kawasaki ZX2r. It sounds like an F1 car!
     
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  19. Team THRT Drift

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    :lol: the F1 and the tractor.

    Keeping on topic:



    Skip to 1:50 and watch the rest.
     
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    It has to be 15 years ago, but I saw [if I'm not mistaken] a Confederate in Tupelo, Miss. that made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. Even though I'm pretty sure it was basically a Harley, it didn't sound like any Harley I'd ever heard.
     
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    The Confederat P120?
     
  22. TexRex

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    I really don't know. You can probably figure it was '98 or '99.
     
  23. Team THRT Drift

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    Then it was probably a First Gen. Hellcat.

    Also, DERP'd. Read "15 years ago" as "a couple years ago"
     
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    Came for CBX. Leaving satisfied
     
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    Just realised the Ducati 750 Bevel is a repost. Whoops.

     
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  26. Smoke&Slide

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    Have a listen to this guys, sounds like an old Ferrari V12 F1 car.Volume up for this one.

     
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    This is the exact video which made that my dream bike :drool:



    You can almost hear a Countach with your eyes closed :lol: :D
     
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  28. Smoke&Slide

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    This sounds lovely

     
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    This thread needs more CBX :sly:




    Also here's something different, 277-degree crank angle :drool:

     
  30. Smoke&Slide

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    4 cylinder MV Agusta 500cc replica, turn up your speakers.