MTT Turbine Superbike

the distant handle-bars will have you stretched out in that go-fast position... no cruising allowed here!

As the leaders in turbine innovation, MTT has produced the ultimate in high performance machines: The MTT Turbine SUPERBIKE. The critically acclaimed SUPERBIKE is the world's first turbine powered street legal motorcycle in its class, and has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the "Most Powerful Motorcycle Ever to Enter Series Production" and the "Most Expensive Production Motorcycle". Powered by a Rolls Royce Allison gas turbine engine, the SUPERBIKE has demonstrated over 300 hp and 425 ft/lbs of torque on the Dyno Jet 200, and has been clocked at a record-breaking 227 mph (365 kph).

Representing the latest in engineering technology, the bike features carbon fiber fairings, a rear mounted camera with LCD color display, forward- and rear-looking radar detector with laser scrambler, one touch "Smart Start" ignition, and more. The MTT Turbine SUPERBIKE is starring in the Warner Brothers movie "TORQUE", and Men's Journal lists

the bike as one the most "awe-inspiring, innovative, and otherwise amazing designs" in their feature article "Perfect Stuff". With production limited to five per year, it's no wonder the SUPERBIKE has become a revolution.



Rolls Royce Allison 250 series gas turbine


320 HP @52,000 rpm (286 HP @ rear wheel)


425 ft/lbs @ 2,000 rpm

Output RPM:

6,000 rpm

Compressor Speed:

54,000 rpm


500 lbs


Aluminium alloy


Carbon fibre


27 degrees

Seat Height:

31.5 in

Wheel Base:

68 in


17" Carbon fibre, Dymag

Tires - Front:

120 60ZR17, Pirelli

         - Rear:

200 50ZR17, Pirelli


3 x 320 mm floating discs - 4 piston Brembo calipers.


Mono-shock adjustable oleopneumatic, Ohlins

Front Forks:

55 mm inverted


Diesel, kerosene

Fuel Capacity:

8.5 gallons (34 liters)


Dry-sump/3.5 quarts turbine oil


Automatic - 2 speed

Rear View:

Rear mounted camera with LCD colour display plus side mirrors



single or double

$150,000 USD   (R915,000 South African Rand)


The MTT Turbine Superbike exposed

a piece of engineering hey?

RAW POWER... all 320 horse power of it

the MTT pitted against a supersonic Jet-fighter.