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Make ModelBoss Hoss BHC-3 ZZ4SS
Engine: Liquid cooled, V8, cost iron block
Bore x Stroke:
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Induction: Holly 680 cfm Throttle Body
Ignition / Starting: – / electric
Max Power: 355 @ 5250 rpm
Max Torque: 405 Ft.Lbs @ 3500 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 2 Speed semi auto / belt
Front Suspension: 63mm Inverted forks preload adjustable
Rear Suspension: Dual 330mm coilover shocks, preload adjustable.
Front Brakes: 2x 320mm disc 4 piston calipers
Rear Brakes: Single 320mm disc 1 piston caliper
Front Tire: : 130/90-16
Rear Tire: : 230/60-15
Dry-Weight: 490 kg
At last Year: ‘s Yamaha V-Star 1300 intro, I could hardly believe my ears when Yamaha’s product planners described a 1300cc bike as a “middleWeight: “. All four Japanese manufacturers have 1800cc — or larger — cruisers on the market, and Triumph has no trouble selling their gargantuan 2.3-liter Rocket III. Where will it end?
Back at the trailer, Al and I get it; the Boss Hoss ZZ4 is fun, easy to ride and works surprisingly well. But who the hell is something like this for? Al assumed that “the car buffs would be buying the Boss Hoss for its motor”. But it turns out that the typical Hoss buyer — a man in his forties with a six-figure income who has owned many motorcycles — is a cruiser enthusiast who likes the idea of owning the ultimate American bike and falls in love with its surprisingly docile and easy-going character. Kevin told us that “after they buy a Hoss, it’s not uncommon for them to say, `well, I’ve got a Harley but I don’t ride it anymore'”.