In a sea of TV assemblers, ECOSSE takes a decidedly different approach. Quite simply: “If it’s easy, they don’t do it.” To begin, ECOSSE handcrafts and machines every possible part in the Denver factory. This includes tooling and pouring their own urethane seals, vibration-damping supports and chain guides. Bolts are custom designed and machined by ECOSSE and used throughout The Heretic, notably the oil banjo bolts & fittings and rear shock mounts. Motor and output sprockets are machined in-house. The intricate, tubular chassis (mainframe, swingarm and subframe) is meticulously cut, bent and TIG welded on site. What isn’t created in-house involves a strong collaboration between ECOSSE and its vendors to make the component unique.
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September 4, 2006 15:18