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Questions to you guys-since I know there are more than a handful of members on here can purchase at least one of these machines with their fun funds:

How exclusive is the Vyrus? Do they do back account check like Bugatti (Bugatti is fugly anyway)

Not that I am considering purchasing one, just a curiosity (hopefully it won't kill the cat)

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Dong.. Vyrus motorcycles are quite rare, especially in the US.

They have been around a short time and only make like a few models.

Don't think that there mass produced .. narrow market of collectors too IMO.
 

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Dong.. Vyrus motorcycles are quite rare, especially in the US.

They have been around a short time and only make like a few models.

Don't think that there mass produced .. narrow market of collectors too IMO.
Oh no, I understand the "rare" part.

I've been reading about them since the pre-984 2V with the underbelly exhaust. The damn connectors for the ECU/electronics were about $600 each and I remember reading there is about 12 of them on the bike. And this was the 984.

Was very curious because as stated, I know in this forum we have members who could probably buy 2, one for display and one to ride. I just wanted to know how hard it is to obtain one :p
 

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Can't be too difficult if you have money. Never understood how some people think that's some kind of great accomplishment though. Build something and then I'll be impressed.
 
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Can't be too difficult if you have money. Never understood how some people think that's some kind of great accomplishment though. Build something and then I'll be impressed.
I like the hub steering of the bike. Plus it's different with the supercharged R engine :D

I learned about ISR in Sweden makes the hub steering, but the damn piece is $10k
 

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I just wanted to know how hard it is to obtain one :p
Not hard at all .. you can always hit them up if your that curious.

VYRUS NORTH AMERICA

Bimota Spirit

5151 Old Timber Rd, Raleigh,
NC, United State
(919) 848-3727
Bimota Spirit
 
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And if you do end up getting a vyrus, i would recommend prescribed medication, fluids, and rest

Sorry.... Couldn't stop myself
 

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LOL, next question is: does it say Virus, or Veerus...lol
 

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.....I just wanted to know how hard it is to obtain one :p
I don't think it's hard per se.

Takes time and money I've heard. Each and every part is unique to what the customer wants and takes a year to build. Plus I think your order starts with a visit to the factory. Won't get much change out of 100k I suspect.

It's a shame no one would run one of their Moto2 bikes in the big league. That would be a good way to bed in the tech as a serious alternative.
 

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I don't think it's hard per se.

Takes time and money I've heard. Each and every part is unique to what the customer wants and takes a year to build. Plus I think your order starts with a visit to the factory. Won't get much change out of 100k I suspect.

It's a shame no one would run one of their Moto2 bikes in the big league. That would be a good way to bed in the tech as a serious alternative.
I do remember Bellissimoto used to advertise Vyrus. The only requirement from them is you need a 50% deposit for the bike to start being built due to its price.

There is a video on youtube, the guy's name is Raptorama. He visited the factory and talked to Mr. Rodorigo himself about limitless options of this bike.

If I had the tools and machine and software, I'd love to make a bike to my own imagination. It seems to me that owning a Vyrus is the same with owning a Pagani. And geeze I love the details/minimalistic design of it.
 
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