The first edition of the TVS One Make Championship RR 310 will officially commence this weekend and 12 riders will be participating in this championship. The race-spec TVS Apache RR 310 will also make its racing debut. The company has also revealed some details about this motorcycle.
The TVS Apache RR 310 Race Edition is powered by the same 313cc, single-cylinder engine that also powers the stock road bike. TVS engineers have tuned this engine to produce 38bhp of power at 10,300rpm. On the other hand, the stock engine offers 34bhp at 9,700rpm. The company claims that the TVS Apache RR 310 Race Edition has a top speed of 175kmph, whereas the standard motorcycle has a top speed of 160kmph.
The overall design of the bike is similar to the standard model, but it misses out on headlight. The bike is now equipped with a performance exhaust, while the foot pegs moved further back for sportier riding posture. The new body graphics further enhances the sportier look of the motorcycle. The bike also gets a 40mm throttle body, a revised intake and a race-spec ECU. Also See – TVS Apache RR 310 – What Makes it One of the Best ‘Indian’ Bikes
The TVS One Make Championship RR 310 race comprises of five rounds and will be part of the Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship. The championship will be held at Kari Motor Speedway, Coimbatore, on June 8.
Speaking on the championship, B Selvaraj, team manager, TVS Racing said, “The last season was extremely good for us, with our champion rider Jagan Kumar scoring a double hat-trick of championship titles. Also, we won the team and manufacturer championship in Super Sport Indian up to 165cc category. We hope to continue our good form and the first race will be crucial to set the momentum for the rest of the season. The TVS One Make Series is also exciting this year with the inclusion of the TVS One Make Championship RR 310, and the introduction of the race-spec Apache RR 310 and the new Apache RTR 200 Race Edition 2.0.” Read – TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Review
Besides Apache RR 310 Race Edition, TVS Racing Championship will also see the new race-tuned Apache RTR 200 Race Edition 2.0 motorcycle. This model comes with a slipper clutch, a modified camshaft, retuned front and rear shocks, race-tuned intake and exhaust system and retuned carburettor. TVS engineers have also tuned this 200cc engine to produce 24bhp at 9,300rpm as against 20.5bhp at 8,500rpm from the stock engine.