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RX-Streetfighter | Exile Cycles

We are a huge fan of Exile Cycles ever since we saw Russell Mitchell and his crew building RX-Streetfighter on “Biker Build-Off”  Discovery Channel Show.

The build off was between Billy Lane and Russell Mitchell. Mitchell decided to build a very particle motorbike, where as Billy lane decided to go his traditional chopper style. It was a great build off, both Russell and Billy Lane worked non-stop to put together one of a kind Motorbikes. RX-Streetfighter was the winner of the Biker Build-Off Sept 2006. On the way to the biker build off Lane’s motorbike burst into flames, Lane was sprayed with gasoline.

Now Lets talk about RX-Streetfighter, this bike is, powered by a Jims 120 inch twin cam with a 6 speed and loaded with carbon fiber. It’s the first bike built on Exile RX rubber-mount swing-arm frame and the motorbike is an absolute blast to ride. You could call it a real Street hooligan machine.

RX-Streetfighter features carbon fiber wheels, fenders, gas-tank, air-cleaner, point-cover, belt guard, side-panel and tail-piece. The exhaust is slung under the engine like Buell style.

The RX-Streetfighter is a mean bike, which is another feather in the cap for the versatility of Exile motorcycles.

RX-Streetfighter specs

  • ENGINE: JIMS 120 cu in Twin Cam 120 hp; 121 ft lbs torque
  • DRIVELINE:Exile open primary, chain final
  • EXHAUST:Exile hand-fabricated headers and carbon fiber muffler
  • FRAME:Daytec
  • WHEELS:Revolution Wheels
  • SUSPENSION:Front: Storz Performance
  • REAR:Rear: Works Performance
  • BRAKES:Front: Exile calipers with dual 11.5 in stainless steel rotors
  • FRONT:Rear: Exile sprocket/brake kit
Manu Dubey
Manu Dubeyhttp://motorivista.com
Founder and Chief Editor at Moto Rivista. When he isn’t editing articles for Moto Rivista he is working as a User Experience Strategist. Passionate about two wheels since childhood, plans on building his own motorcycle soon!

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