The Buell XBRR is a limited edition, modern sport bike produced by American motorcycle manufacturer Buell in 2006. It was the first production racer produced by Buell and the only one of its kind produced at the time, making it a highly sought-after collectors item. The XBRR sports a fuel-injected, 1203 cc Thunderstorm engine that is mounted longitudinally in the frame and connected to a six-speed transmission. The engine produces 146 hp and 90 ft-lbs of torque and is capable of reaching speeds of up to 160 mph. The XBRR is outfitted with a Zero Torsional Load technology that is designed to reduce power loss in the chassis and improve handling. The frame and swingarm are constructed of aluminum, while the suspension is handled by Showa inverted forks in the front and a rear-mounted, single-sided Showa shock. The bike also features a pair of Brembo brakes at the front and a single rear disc for stopping power. The XBRR has a distinctive look, with an exposed engine, single-sided swingarm, and a unique color scheme. It is a modern take on a classic design, and would be a great fit for any motorcycle enthusiast looking for a fast and reliable ride.
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