Khan Academy Empulse Electric Motorcycle The 2014 Empulse is an evolution of the highly acclaimed, award winning 2013 Empulse. With its unique water cooled motor, six speed gearbox and integrated J1772 rapid charging, the Empulse remains as the market leader in the category. A top speed of 110mph (177kph) and a 3kW onboard charger means the Brammo Empulse retains its crown as the world’s fastest electric motorcycle in serial production both riding and charging. Fully 10lbs of weight is removed from the Empulse, further improving performance, handling, and range. Of course performance isn’t everything, and so the Empulse also boasts an impressive 438 MPGe (MPG electric equivalency) (.54 litre/100km-e) fuel economy, making the Empulse a smart move from a cost of ownership perspective as one of the cheapest motorcycles on the planet to refuel. Handlebars – The 2014 Empulse has changed to a tapered aluminum handlebar with oversized clamp diameter. Tires - 2014 sees a move to new rubber manufactured by Continental.
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