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The Hawk – Alex Hodge

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December 15th, 2008

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A concept design created by Alex Hodge a designer from Dunedin, New Zealand.  It will be powered by a Honda RC51 V-twin 999cc engine, with a redline of 10,000rpm, 120RWhp and a theoretical top speed of 233 kilometers per hour. Of course all the kinks have not been worked out yet, but it would be nice to see something like this driving around.  Im sure Californians would love it. New Yorkers, well not on these roads.

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