The features to look for in a T-Rex motorcycle include the type of body construction, presence of a fiberglass body panel, the dimension of the wheel base, the engine capacity and the transmission speed. Other features include availability of the front and rear suspension, instrumentation and load capacity.
A T-Rex motorcycle must be built with a multi-tabular steel roll cage, a three-tabular retractable security belt and four piston calipers on front wheels to provide maximum protection for the driver and the passenger. A fiberglass body panel and headrest help with passenger comfort. The wheel base should be extended to provide stability on dry and wet roads. The motorcycle must have a six-speed close ratio gear box to allow for sequential change.
A T-Rex motorcycle ought to have a six-cylinder engine, two overhead cams and four valves per cylinder, giving the motorcycle powerful acceleration. A specially designed final drive houses the reverse gear and a torque damper in the rear wheel. The motorcycle should have front and rear suspension, which enhances its ability to turn.
A T-Rex motorcycle is supposed to have an instrument cluster with full computer and multifunction display, in-dash multicontroller to navigate between functions and menus, and in-display menus for sound system and ride selection. The motorcycle should be fitted with side-by-side adjustable and leather-like seating for two adults with a foot-pedal box. An optional suitcase by the wheel should be available for storing loads.