Lucky 7 - Bike with a radial engine.
The power for this bike comes from a Rotec 7-cylinder engine.
Engine: Rotec R2800
Chassis: Tubular steel
Wheels: Ride Wright
Rotec is an Australian company better known for making airplane engines, but they also make radial motorcycle engines exclusively for JRL Cycles, such as the seven-cylinder R2800 used in Lucky 7. Riders looking for more power can order a 36,000cc nine-cylinder engine through JRL.
While this particular machine uses a frame built by Twisted Choppers, future production models will be built around chassis designed and built by Michael Prugh, who came to fame designing the Lowlife and Hardlife frames for Independent Cycle.
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