Want to race in the all-electric TTXGP but don't want to develop your own electric superbike in order to do so? Azhar Hussein, the man behind the zero-emissions series, hopes this Mavizen TTX02 is the bike for you. Based on the KTM RC8, the TTX02 ditches the motor in favor of two electric Agni items (similar to the setup used in the innaugural TTXGP-winning Agni X01) developing a total of 94bhp at their peak. That's enough to lend the 160kg bike a 130mph top speed. There's a few battery configurations on offer, moving up in price as the range increases, details after the jump. Azhar hopes to sell 50 TTX02s, which might seem ambitious for a one-off race, but he's got that angle covered too; announcing a series of electric races dubbed "eGrandPrix" with the first US event being held at Infineon in May.  >





Mavizen TTX02 will be available for delivery in Q1/2010 with a limited production of 50 units. Target price for complete bike with a Circuit Pack is £25,000. This will be a complete platform to take part in any national or FIM championship. To place your deposit and discuss options, please log onto www.mavizen.com

Mavizen TTX02 : Technical specification
Top speed:  130+ mph 70kw peak, 40kw continuous. Speed is dependent on gearing.
Engine management:  Fully web enabled open source system with a USB based system bus.
Range:  25-50 miles under track conditions; 50-130 miles under regular road use, dependent upon batter pack selected.
Pack options:       
(i)   Circuit Pack: 6kw/h, 25 miles track use, 38/60 miles hard/gentle road use
(ii)   Snaefell Pack: 11kw/h pack, 40 miles road racing, 75/130  miles hard/gentle road use, hot swappable power packs
(iii) Sprint Pack TBA. 3kw/h, 6 miles track use.
System OS :         Linux (have also tested against Windows and may look into Android)
Chassis:    `    Homologated with Brembo brakes and suspension from WP
Dry weight:        110kg. With Circuit Pack 160kg.
Drive train:          Interchangeable capacity is dependent on the pack selected during purchase.

TTXGP via Wired

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