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Tyφ-one was the first model that our team presented in MotoStudent constituting the first and only greek participation until then. The model’s fairing is made of carbon fiber and its perimeter frame is made of aluminum. The engine of the motorcycle is a Honda CBR 250 cc and is controlled by a standalone racing ECU by LINK. The front suspension used on the prototype was Öhlins, while the rear was Wilbers and thus, the final weight of the model is approximately 130 kg.
The innovation of this prototype, which is also the subject of a separate evaluation in the competition, was to build parts of it using 3D printing technology.
The second prototype, Chimera, with which the team participated in the 2018 competition, also had aerodynamic fairing from carbon fiber. The motorcycle’s hybrid chassis is a space frame structure with chrome-molybdenum steel tubes. The subframe is made of aluminum and also consists of carbon tubes, while the exhaust is titanium. The engine of the prototype was a KTM RC 250 cc is controlled by an Ignitech microchip is controlled by a standalone racing ECU by Ignitech. The front suspensions are WP reeds combined with an Andreani Kit, while the rear suspensions are Wilbers with a leverage system and the swingarm is made of aluminum. The final weight of the motorcycle is about 110 kg.
The innovation of this model is the development of an application that takes the driver’s data and then suggests the appropriate adjustments that need to be done in order to make the driving experience better for every rider. Furthermore, this can call an emergency contact in the case of an accident.
The third prototype with which our team will participate in 2021 is called Cerberus. Tyφoon Motoracing will use its experience to design and manufacture an even more competitive prototype, which will combine all the significant aspects from the previous ones. The team aspires to improve itself to earn an even better place in the next competition, showing substantial progress.