MTT produced not only the first turbine-powered street legal motorcycle, but also the most powerful production bike in the world: the MTT Y2K Superbike.
The first generation of Y2K's were powered by a Rolls Royce-Allison gas turbine engine. The power train was demonstrated at over 320 HP and 425 ft/lbs of torque on the Dyne Jet 200 and has been clocked at a record breaking 227 MPH.
MTT's Y2K bike was recognized by Guinness World Records as the most expensive production motorcycle ever to go on sale and in a second award it was designated as the most powerful production motorcycle. Awards aside, MTT engineers and manufactures the bikes in house. The bikes are fabricated from solid billets and there are very few vendor items we require. If you want the ultimate Big Boy Toy look no further.
MTT's later models have all the standard features of previous versions, but with a larger swing arm, Pirelli Diablo 240 rear tire, increased fuel capacity and an enhanced cooling system. This new generation is equipped with a 420 HP turbine with approximately 500 ft/lbs of torque.