2014 Mugen Shinden Ni sans Fairings Full Carbon Fiber
Given the competitive nature of the racing world in terms of electricity, which is still relatively rare to see a great high power bike without fairings them, as teams are reluctant to reveal their secret sauce. Mugen debuted last week ‘s San Shinden in Tokyo though, Mugen Team did just that, giving us a glimpse into the inner workings of a bicycle racing team in 2013, Mugen Shinden Ni.
You do not need to be an electron -head to get excited by these pictures, because every racing bike with a carbon fiber frame and swingarm enough saliva – decent, although carbon fiber battery cages Shinden Ni does not hide much of the electric superbike addict factors. While the sheer size of the bike impressive battery life, Shinden expected when it was first announced.
Sitting next to Shinden San, who Shinden Ni looks positively huge, like its predecessor fairings feels more streamlined and stylish – no one else looks suspiciously like a front fairing Mission Hospital ?
Mission Motors is of course assist Mugen powertrain technology, though whether that aid in software, hardware, or all of the above submitted to us to speculate.
With 10hp more at the top, and the battery may be more crowded than last year, are expected John McGuinness and Bruce Anstey will get a 115 mph lap of Mugen Shinden San.
And one thing is for sure though, with electricity now approaching Lightweight TT lap time, the rate of progress in the field of TT Zero has been quite impressive. Hopefully we will see some more competitive entry on the start line not only this year but in future years as well.