Engenuity Announces New 147 Cubic Inch V-Twin Motor

Engenuity Motors International , based in Denver, Colorado, announced today the official launch of their largest V-Twin motor, the Engenuity...

Engenuity Motors International, based in Denver, Colorado, announced today the official launch of their largest V-Twin motor, the Engenuity 147. The company claims the aluminum billet engine is capable of producing 200 horse power.

"This sucker can really put out", says Mike Garrison, the engine's designer and builder. "I've been working on developing and manufacturing the best damn motorcycle engine on the market, and I think I'm there." The new high output 147 cubic inch engine is offered with optional chrome rocker boxes and cam cover, Billet push rod tubes and electronic fuel injection or dual carbs.

Engenuity Motors was started in early 2004 and has now developed and matured into a new entity, Engenuity Motors International, LLC. Mike Garrison the primary designer and manufacturer started producing private label cylinder heads in 2000 and began producing his own products in 2002.

The company is hoping to create a new rage in the world of custom bikes, offering not only a great looking engine but an engine of superior performance and power. "Size does matter" says Mike. "In '05 we want to show builders and bike owners that there's a new player in town and we're here for keeps."

Among the bike builders currently using Engenuity motors are:

  • Kenny Williams, Hebron, IN - Custom bike with Engenuity 147

  • Roger Goldammer, Kelonna, BC - Engenuity Top End Kit

  • Jerry Covington, Woodward, OK - Engenuity Top End Kit

  • "Johnny" @ LA Choppers, Los Angeles, CA - Custom bike with Engenuity 147

  • Aaron Green, Paramount Cycles - Engenuity 147 (Bike currently in '05 Easy Rider Tour)

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  2. HOW MUCH IS THE DAM THING SOUNDS GREAT BUT PRICE DOES MATTER

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  3. I've only beenable to find a listed price on one site, and they are asking $12,500 for it. That's a huge price for a massive powerplant, but well worth it to those who have a need for such a beast. But fewer people need it than want such a thing.

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  4. ...or you could save up a few more dollars and by an entire motorcycle, a Ducati 1198R, which makes 190hp from a 1200cc V-twin. What is that? Half the size (and weight, most likely)? I love Harleys and the v-twin look and sound, but what the heck happened to American ingenuity?

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  5. Ihave found out the Engenuity Motors 147 is a cheaper version of the AUSTRALIAN built RENEGADE MOTORS dual cam monster they are still building them down under. i found them at www.renegadeaustralia.com check them out it is totaly awsome.

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  6. So, the artical says Denver Colorado but is this motor really an all american built engine?
    Before I was to buy it I'd want to know where it truly comes from and whose the builder...
    signed Animale...

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