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 The "Odin's fury": Nimbus-engined lakester

The Nimbus was a Danish motorcycle produced from 1919 to 1960 by Fisker and Nielsen of Copenhagen, also konwn for being the manufacturers of "Nilfisk" brand vacuum cleaners. Two basic models were produced, both with a 750 cc four-cylinder engine: the Stovepipe and the Type C. The latter was introduced in 1934. It was powered by a shaft drive, in-line four cyclinder OHV and OHC engine of 18 (later 22) Bhp. Obviously built in Denmark by Lars Nielsen of Gonzo Moto for riding the Bonneville Salt Flats in the 750 APS-VBF class (Max. 750 cc/Custom frame/Partially Streamlined/Vintage/Blown/Fuel), this lakester is  powered by a custom supercharged Type C engine...

Main specs: Frame: own design. Made with "32 /4 mm (1¼/1/6”) seamless cold drawn hydraulic line pipe according to DIN 2391/C - EN 10305-4 - St 37.4 NBK. TIG welded. Front-fork: Harley Davidson Sportster shortened. Front-wheel: Honda Gold Wing. Rear-wheel: rim from Honda Gold Wing. Custom hub and drive-gear. Tank: recycled from an unknown moped. Seat: custom-build. Engine: modified Nimbus engine with AISIN supercharger from a Subaru Vivio mini-car, driven by cam-shaft extension. Carburetor: Keihin CV from an HD Sportster Fairing: aftermarket fairing for MZ bike. 

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