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2013 Ecosse Iconoclast

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roadster, the company has also designed the tasty Iconoclast model for 20ltd.com. The new Ecossse Iconoclast is available in a limited run of only 11 units.

The custom Ecosse Iconoclast is a mean looking roadster that weighs only 460 lbs and is powered by a two liter engine which puts out a maximum power of 135 hp and 140 ft-lbs of torque. The engine can reach the 60 mph mark in only 2.8 seconds and its power is kept in leash by a close-ratio six speed transmission.

The motorcycle rides on Öhlins, fully adjustable front forks which are combined with a rear shock that can be adjusted according to your needs (dragster, cruiser or road racer positions).

The exclusive Ecosse Iconoclast can be yours for no less than £54,000.

Hit the jump for more information on the Ecosse Iconoclast.

American ECOSSE Moto Works, Inc. is the premier luxury marque of distinctive, limited-production motorcycles created for discerning enthusiasts. Founded in 2001, the company spent three years perfecting The Heretic through three complete prototype iterations. Now, exclusively for 20ltd.com, they have created the 135hp handcrafted Iconoclast. In only 11 editions!

Engine: 2-liter, machined from solid billet aluminum for additional strength, cooling capacity and beauty, balanced and blueprinted to ECOSSE specs. Crankshaft is dynamically balanced for lower vibration. CNC ported heads are hand massaged for maximum flow. Polished finish.

Air intake and carburetor placed for maximum knee clearance and maximum torque (intake length adds 8 ft-lbs of torque). Air filter and shroud designed for maximum performance.

Exhaust system: Special custom racing exhaust for Iconoclast Series; machined from solid with ECOSSE logo machined on mufflers. Exhaust duplexer located for maximum torque.

Chassis: 4130 Chrome-moly TIG welded by hand. FEA tested. Oil circulates through 3” backbone and all four 1˝ down tubes for additional cooling. Trellis-style double-sided swingarm and subframe.

Color scheme: Special custom color scheme for Iconoclast Series – classic and timeless. Matt black clear tint on hand-formed carbon fiber bodywork (9 pieces total). Silver hand-painted pin stripe outlines curves of fuel tank and tail section. Matt, charcoal grey powder-coated chassis. Black forged aluminum 17” wheels. Pattern of wheels echoed in the chain basket cover and brake rotors.

Suspension: Custom Öhlins, fully adjustable forks and rear shock for ECOSSE. Rear shock mount adjustable to accommodate different riding modes: dragster, cruiser or road racer positions. The different modes alter ground clearance, seat height and performance levels. (Factory recommends road-racer mode.)

Brakes: ISR radial brake system. Dual 6-piston front brakes with 12 individual brake pads for maximum grip. Machined from billet. Controls machined from billet with machined DOT text. Adjustable braking power by turning easily accessible adjuster dial.

Transmission: ECOSSE close-ratio 6-speed ultra-compact design. Short, precise shifts.

Comfort: Adjustable foot controls for rider and passenger. Gel-padded seats for rider and passenger. Urethane-dampened handlebar system for vibration isolation. Adjustable lever reach for clutch and brake. Unprecedented 6.5˝ of rear wheel travel to eat up every bump.

Special touches/branding: ECOSSE logo hand-painted on fuel tank. Stainless steel gargoyle logo badge attached to carbon-fiber tach shroud. 2L (engine size) machined into points cover. Gargoyle logo machined into ignition coil cover. VIN machined into special frame plate. ECOSSE machined into special exhaust mufflers. Handlebar clamp is engraved with ICONOCLAST SERIES title and individual serial number.

Digital speedometer and programmable tachometer (shift points programmable; able to time 0-60, 0-100, quarter-mile passes, etc., plus many other options)

Exclusivity: Series denoted by name and serial number engraved into anodized handlebar clamp.

Performance SPECS: Torque: 140 ft-lbs at rear wheel at sea level Hp: 135 at rear wheel at sea level 0 to 60 mph: 2.8 seconds Quarter mile: Low 10s Dry Weight: 460 lbs




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