The mighty Y2K Turbine Superbike to attend the India Bike Week in Goa

You read it correctly, the MTT Turbine Superbike a.k.a. Y2K Turbine Superbike will be gracing the India Bike Week which is scheduled to take place in Goa on 2nd and 3rd of February. The first ever India Bike Week is a rendezvous of biking enthusiasts from length and breadth of the country. Bikers from every corner of India are gearing up to ride all the way to Goa on what they consider as a pilgrimage. The ultimate deity at the Bike Week is going to be the Y2k Turbine Superbike. Built by the Marine Turbine Technologies, the Y2K is powered by a Turboshaft engine which drives the rear wheels via a two speed gearbox. The Rolls Royce Allision Model 250 engine churns out a maniacal 320 bhp at an even more maniacal 52,000 rpm! And the 576 Nm torque could win a tug-of-war with a two tonne SUV! The bike’s turbine runs on kerosene, but it could also drink diesel or aviation fuel. According to the photograph from a Facebook user named Mr. Ajay Sing Malik, the Y2K Turbine Superbike seems to have already landed in India. So if you think that this one of a kind bike can never be missed, then put on your biking gear, get astride and point your motorcycle towards Goa! [Source: Ajay’s Facebook Page ]

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You read it correctly, the MTT Turbine Superbike a.k.a. Y2K Turbine Superbike will be gracing the India Bike Week which is scheduled to take place in Goa on 2nd and 3rd of February. The first ever India Bike Week is a rendezvous of biking enthusiasts from length and breadth of the country. Bikers from every corner of India are gearing up to ride all the way to Goa on what they consider as a pilgrimage. The ultimate deity at the Bike Week is going to be the Y2k Turbine Superbike. Built by the Marine Turbine Technologies, the Y2K is powered by a Turboshaft engine which drives the rear wheels via a two speed gearbox. The Rolls Royce Allision Model 250 engine churns out a maniacal 320 bhp at an even more maniacal 52,000 rpm! And the 576 Nm torque could win a tug-of-war with a two tonne SUV! The bike’s turbine runs on kerosene, but it could also drink diesel or aviation fuel. According to the photograph from a Facebook user named Mr. Ajay Sing Malik, the Y2K Turbine Superbike seems to have already landed in India. So if you think that this one of a kind bike can never be missed, then put on your biking gear, get astride and point your motorcycle towards Goa! [Source: Ajay’s Facebook Page ]

[via Indian Motos Blog]

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