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Tuesday 7 January 2020

Havoc Motorcycles

Canadian Motorcycle Manufacturer Havoc's new 140 hp 'Voodoo'

Havoc Motorcycles (Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada) has launched a new model - the 1960s styled 127 ci, 140 hp 'Voodoo' "Performance Supercruiser" for the company's 2020 model year.

Sporting a 2.081 liter (127 ci) V-twin producing 140 hp and 140 ft lbs torque, Havoc says "its power-to-weight ratio approaches superbike territory."
The retro-themed design with a hidden shock frame, springer front end, thick spoke wheels, sprung solo saddle and high tracker pipe combined with "modern technology where it counts," such as dual 4-piston front brake calipers on floating rotors, LED illumination and full digital instrumentation made by Dakota Digital.
Describing it as being "back-to-basics with modern technology and tons of power," the power gets to the ground via a double belt drive dry clutch system and a 200/50R-18 Metzeler ME888. The front gets a 21 x 3.5 dual disc wheel with a 120/70-21 Metzeler.
Additional performance features include a single-fire ignition and dedicated coil per cylinder.
The pre-production model shown here has gloss black accents over satin black powder-coat applied to the frame, springer fork, wheels, exhaust and handlebars. However, the bike will also be available with a "Show Chrome Package," with all of the same components in chrome at no additional charge.
"Our philosophy is that customers should be able to personalize their motorcycle at the time of order," says Havoc's Jarrod Wiener. "We also operate one of Canada's largest online stores for customizing American V-twin motorcycles, so our most popular performance enhancements are already designed right into the bike. A customer can further personalize the metal finish options to their own preference at the time of order for no extra charge.
"We're doing a limited production run of the 127 Voodoo for 2020 - it's a true production custom". Pre-order pricing is USD$22,500 or CAD$29,995. A $5,000 deposit secures the bike, which will be shipped to a Havoc Motorcycles Dealer or Authorized Service Center across Canada and the US for delivery in the Spring.