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For what it's worth here's the bastardized google translator version of that website.

:eek:JJ2S X4 500 is the idea of a dynamic szosowego motorcycle engine, from which you can derive great pleasure from driving. The motorcycle is an attempt to combine several of what seems at first glance, contradictory inspiration, inter alia, simplicity and "truthfulness" the construction of 20-years of these (especially sports), sophistication "anglików" with their best period, the latest technology and design, and yet something more than This resulting from the emergence of the machinery.

The aim of the project was to show the existing potential in Poland in the fields of construction and design. These areas are usually regarded as the domain of only large foreign corporations, but this is probably thinking unfounded resulting from the general mood around our industry wstrząsanego every moment aferami, bankructwami, suspicious of government activities, etc.

We want to show that we can create something innovative, with quality not deviating from world leaders, even without advanced facilities.

In the motorcycle engine JJ2S - the first ever two-stroke engine, which are separated in a simple way power system and lubrication system. In addition, also for the first time, used in the motorcycle engine czterocylindrowy on a cross.

The engine has been used as a central element of accessories to which are attached: frame, wahacz together with an element resorująco-tłumiącym, gearbox, cooler, a reservoir of oil and others.



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We believe that the engine JJ2S is this element that could contribute to the success of the entire production of a new motorcycle brand in Poland. Without him, the only "for the card," which remains is the design, and nowadays it seems too little.

bad translation, but cool looking bike! :thumb:
 

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So is it a radial engine with a fixed crank like Harley?
LOL.

Yup. Just stick it on the nose of a Nieuport 11 and go hunting Fokker Eindekkers!

Actually....that would make for a nifty way to drive the rear wheel. Instead of a chain and transmission, just stick the engine in the wheel!
 
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