Find out which engine is at the top of the world's fastest 2018 engine
More power is equally faster and more speed means more money. Although owning any of the fastest motorcycles in the world can be a dream for many, but this does not prevent us from knowing which engine is currently the fastest motorcycle in the world in the year 2018. Below is a list of the world's fastest engines in 2018
10. Yamaha YZF R1M
Highest speed: 293 kph
It does not ignore the fact that the little sport version of R1M is one of the most powerful and fastest motorcycle manufacturers in the world. The four-cylinder crankshaft engine, in the cross plane, in the 998 cc working position, the 16-fluid coolant (titanium) liquid, DOHC, is capable of producing about 200 Hp peak power and 99.2 Nm peak torque.
What distinguished the M version of the standard R1 is the addition of some of the finest materials such as the electronically semi-active Öhlins suspension and the carbon fiber body. This engine is capable of achieving a speed of about 293 Kph mark (182 mph)
Aprilia RSV4 RF
Highest speed: 297 kph
The motorcycle has a fivefold victory over the World Superbike championship behind its name and therefore we can not in any way question its capabilities. The motorcycle launches a 999.6 cc V4 engine that can produce about 201 Hp peak power of 115 Nm of torque. The Aprilia RSV4 RF was a limited edition of a motorcycle capable of touching the speed of 297 kph mark (186 miles / h) more accurately.
8. MV Agusta F4 RR
Maximum speed: 298 kph
According to MV Agusta, F4 RR is a modern classic and designed to set a new paradigm in the worlds of sports motorcycling. The motorcycle is powered by four-cylinder four-stroke, 16-valve 998 cc engine capable of producing about 201 Hp peak power and 111 Nm of torque. The motorcycle weighs just 190 kilograms, which is made possible by the fact that it receives many carbon fiber components. The motorcycle has the ability to achieve the highest speed of 298 km / h.
7. Suzuki Hayabusa
Maximum speed: 299 kph
How can we count to add a powerful & # 39; Busa & # 39; to our list of the world's fastest motorcycles. The motorcycle has been in the streets for the last 18 years and is still one of the largest motorcycle sales in the Suzuki line. A large 1340 cc inline-four units are launched in the Hayabus range, producing about 197 Hp of superior power and 138 Nm of high torque.
The motorcycle is able to hit the highest speed of 299 km / h. However, there are rumors that the highest motorcycle speed is electronically limited for safety reasons.
6. Ducati Panigale 1199 R
Maximum speed: 299 kph
Ducati added Panigale R to his line in 2012. The bike was lightweight, making some slight changes. Panigale 1199 R uses titanium piston rods and external carbon fiber parts. The motorcycle is powered by a liquid-cooled 1198 cc 4-cylinder desmodal 90 ° L-twin, whose power is raised to 202 hp with exhaust gases only. The bike is capable of achieving a top speed of 299 km / h (186 Mph).
5. Kawasaki Ninja ZX 14R
Maximum speed: 334 kph
Suzuki Hayabusa and Ninja ZX 14R are two of the most imaginative motorcycles that will forever rule the hearts of fanatics of speed. The ZX-14R is powered by a 1441 cc, liquid cooled four-stroke inline four-speed engine that can produce around 201 PS peak power and 158 Nm of torque. The bike is able to hit the highest speed of 334 km / h (208 mph). This ZX-14R is one of the fastest motorcycle manufacturers in the world and is still on sale in the international and Indian market.
4. BMW S 1000 RR HP4
Maximum speed: 334 kph
As we approach the top of the list, we will certainly find some common names. No one is a stranger to the technologically advanced S1000 RR HP4 version of BMW. The variation of HP4 was one of the few motorcycles in the world that normally gets the ABS race.
The motorcycle also comes with slightly changed controls, while some of the add-ons such as the HP engine and the engine with a carbon engine, folding brake clutch and brake brakes. The engine is powered by four 16 DOHC valves in a series of four 999 cc units that can produce about 199 hp peak power and 112 Nm of torque. The motorcycle is capable of achieving a top speed of about 334 km / h.
3. Lightning LS-218
Maximum speed: 350 kph
The Lightning LS218 is certainly an odd bike amongst this list because it is an electric motorcycle that already reaches the 350 km / h mark in Bonneville in 2011. This is not only the fastest electric bike but also one of the fastest fastest legal motorcycles in the world.
Lightning LS-218 is powered by an IPM liquid cooled 150kw + 10,500 rpm electric motor that can produce about 200 Hp peak power and 227 Nm peak torque. With ease it can reach a maximum speed of 351 km / h.
2. MTT Turbine Y2K Superbike
Maximum speed: 365 kph
We are all familiar with this supermodel because it is contained in many Hollywood movies in the past and is still one of the fastest motorcycles in the world. The first generation Y2k Superbike was driven by the Rolls Royce-Allison gas turbine engine that could produce about 320 Hp peak power and 576 Nm of torque.
Later MTT launched MTT Turbine streetfighter, which was powered by the same Rolls Royce-Allison turbine engine, but has the option of upgrading output power to incredible 420 hp and 677 Nm. The motorcycle is able to achieve a top speed of 365 km / h, while it can accelerate from 0 to 321 km / h in just 5.4 seconds.
1. Kawasaki Ninja H2R
Maximum speed: 400 kph
All you've been waiting for is to find out which is the fastest motorcycle in the world. Unfortunately, you can only ride a motorcycle on tracks or on closed courses. The Kawasaki Ninja H2R with the highest speed of about 400 km / h wins the first place. This motorcycle launches a four-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, 4-valve, fluid-cooled, supercharged 998 cc engine that produces about 310 Hp of superior power.
The Kawasaki Knockout Control System (KCMF), the Kawasaki Landing Control (KTRC), the Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM), the Kawasaki Intelligent Wheel Lock System (KIBS), the Kawasaki Brake Control System, the Kawasaki Quick Shift (KQS) (to replace and move) to keep the rider safe on the ground as well.
Back in 2016, Turkish driver Kenan Sofuoğlu performed a superb motorcycle ride and managed to touch the speed of 400km / h, earning it as the world's fastest-rated engine.