Edited by: Giannis Petrochilos
Electric motorcycles, whether we like it or not, are becoming more and more part of our lives. Many of The sound alerts pedestrians and other vehicles that the motorcycle is approaching.traditional riders do not even want to think about it transition on “quiet” motorcycles since they consider him thermal engine with its sound and smell integral part of two wheels.
We had the opportunity a few days ago to ride the premium electric motorcycle Zero SR/F which left us best impressions both with the amazing performance and the very good behavior on the road. What we lacked was sound of traditional engine, however, here too there is a solution. The Italian improvement company E-Racer offers a sound system Bose E-Raf in Zero SR / F which will make you forget that you are riding an electric motorcycle.
Speakers between the frame!
E-Racer has been experimenting since 2019 with Zero motorcycles with the latest The E-Racer has replaced the rear shock absorber with Airtender and the brakes with Brembo system.her achievement to be the Bestial-E. This is a new improvement in SR / F with several tracks from carbon fiber and intense streetfighter character. The front light is now round, while the rear is made of carbon fiber.
But what really steals the show is sound system of Bose that the company has placed in its model Zero. The sound system is located inside closet located in the tank position and the speakers are located between in the frame spatial network. What is striking is that the speakers, in addition to the sound of the heat engine, can operate at low frequencies to create and imitate the vibrations of one engine internal combustion.
Her system Bose can be managed by the rider from the special application of the brand. At the moment only one engine sound can be produced by the audio system, but Bose promises to create new sounds that mimic V2 engines, three-cylinder or four-cylinder!
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Source: Zougla.gr by www.zougla.gr.
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