Swiss madman Eskil Suter was right there in the thick of the 500cc GP wars in the `90s, even if he spent most of his time on a Honda RS250. All the fumes affected him enough that he decided the world needed to revisit that era, in the form of the MMX 500, cheating only slightly by using a 576cc V-Four two-stroke with counter-rotating crankshafts, capable of 195 horses and 13,000 rpm. That’s a significant amount of horsepower, but the really significant number with this track-only device is the claimed dry weight: 280 pounds. The last impressive number, $118,565 (120k Swiss francs), is really only significant if you don’t have it. Oh well, they’re only building 99 of these anyway.

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