Thermal Cycled engine sets new world record

frank masyada harley

New Release- Thermal Cycled Engine Sets World Record

Bonneville Salt Flats, October 18 2002

Richard Nalin broke the world’s motorcycle speed record driving a 1650 ccmps Harley Engine to a record speed of 202.989 mph, and earlier achieved a trial of 208 mph.

The previous record of 157mph was shattered and this was the first 1650 cc engine ever to achieve this speed. The engine was treated with a specific Thermal Cycling Process developed by Frank Masyada at his facility in Largo, Fl. This process is a radical change to existing cycles and has been developed over the last year.

The Bike was sponsored by CYCLE-RAMA of ST. Petersburg, Florida and they designed and modified the engine.

Please call CYCLE RAMA for more information.

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