Germany’s Neander Motors has created a new 1430cc turbocharged parallel-twin diesel engine that’s been developed for them by Rupert Baindl. The twin-crank 750cc BMR Supermono single, which actually got built and produced an amazing 115 bhp at 12,000 rpm, according to Rupi, then morphed into a projected 990cc four-con-rod parallel-twin MotoGP racer that never got past the CAD stage, and thence to the prototype of what promises to be the world’s first turbo-diesel production motorcycle.

Source: Motorcyclecruiser

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