Technology.am (July 20, 2009) — Buell Motorcycle Company has introduced its 1125RR race-use only motorcycle for 2010. This bike is priced at $39,995 and will only be sold to licensed professional road racers who will compete in the AMA Pro Racing American Superbike class.
The bike comes with a modified Helicon 1125cc liquid-cooled 72-degree V-Twin engine. The chassis of the bile has a billet axle adjustment system. To increase power there is a larger airbox and intake manifold, revised valves and camshafts, a higher compression ratio, and titanium exhaust system.
Buell 1125RR features: 1125cc (68.7 cid) Helicon Powertrain, 0 4.055 inch (103 mm) bore and 2.658 inch (67.5mm) stroke, dual 61mm down-draft fuel-injection throttle bodies, titanium exhaust header and mass-centralized muffler, 6-Spoke cast magnesium racing wheels, 0 Front: 3.5 inch (88.9mm) x 17 inch (431.8mm), 0 Rear: 6 inch (152.4mm) x 17 inch (431.8mm), Buell ZTL2 reversed rotor front brake with eight-piston Nissin caliper, 43mm Showa fully-adjustable inverted forks, showa fully-adjustable rear shock with remote reservoir, cast-aluminum swingarm machined with billet axle adjustment system, center position wheelbase 55.5 inches (1410 mm).