06 July 2006
06 July 2006
In addition to quality improvements to their high end carbon fibre gangways, Exit Engineering is introducing two new carbon fibre steering wheels.
A 170 cm model goes to fill the gap between the existing 3 spoke 160 cm wheel and the big, 7 spoke, 180 cm model. This last one is in turn going to be substituted by a 3 spoke model of the same size, to present a uniform brand image and to make available also on this size the advantages of the new 3 spoke architecture.
Both new models will be ready for delivery by early July, with first deliveries of the 170 cm diameter wheel going to Dehler for installment on their 39SQ special series model.
The moulds have been built according to schedule and the first 170 cm prototype was tested and approved by mid June. Thanks to the experience gained by Exit Engineering from several years using its patented Continuous Shell construction Method, no major adjustments were needed by the new wheels before starting series production, which is already going on.
COBRA International is collaborating with Flite, the Australian-based electric foiling surfboard manufacturer, on Fliteboard and Fliteboard PRO – two state of the art, electric foiling composite surfboards that reach speeds of up to 45kmh.
Get your tickets now for the MIA’s 5th Annual Business Growth Conference on 11 July 2019 – the must-attend event for businesses from the world-leading motorsport and high-performance engineering industry of Motorsport Valley.
Preparations are in progress for the resumption of the activities of the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup after the setback last March, when a fire in Jerez destroyed much of the material for the MotoE, Ego Corsa machines included.