Motus Motorcycles is proving that its 1.65-liter V4 engine can handle boost with the custom Lone Star 2. Based on the company's MSTR bike, this version gets a supercharged engine and a body without a fairing.
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It's been a little while since we've touched on Motus and the company's all-American MST bikes, but that doesn't mean it has faded into obscurity. The manufacturer has officially announced pricing on two of its wares. The base MST sports tourer will command a sticker price of $30,975, while the slightly sportier MST-R will set buyers back $36,975. Neither bike will bow with the much-talked about gasoline direct injection system, but that doesn't mean the in-house V4 engine is any less impressive
Motus has officially unveiled the company's first products at Pratt & Miller's Michigan facility. The venue was chosen because of Pratt & Miller's role in engineering the bike's frame. Not interesting enough for you? Eyeball the bike's heart, then: a V4, scale version of the pushrod V8 that powers the Corvette Racing C6.R.