Viper Motorcycles Obtains EPA Approval

Viper Motorcycles Company, a public company (VPWS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Viper Powersports Inc., announced yesterday that it is now EPA approved. John Silseth II, Viper Powersports CEO, stated, “We have received our EPA certificate and have successfully completed our CARB testing for approval in all 50 states. During testing, we knew the Viper 152 inch short stroke motor was clean and produced less heat than our competitors and we are excited at the opportunity to move forward fully compliant”. The 2009 Diamondback is in production this month and will begin shipping in early 2009. The Diamondback 152 Super Cruiser is the only production cruiser designed and manufactured in-house in its entirety utilizing proprietary component parts distinctive to the Viper brand. The company designs and manufactures custom motorcycles, accessories and motorcycle engine component parts with patented technology using Computer Aided Design (CAD). Viper Motorcycles Company & Viper Powersports.


4 Responses to “Viper Motorcycles Obtains EPA Approval”

  1. 1 hoyt Dec 19th, 2008 at 2:23 pm

    Very cool. Congratulations.
    Long-live air-cooled motorcycles.

  2. 2 rodent Dec 20th, 2008 at 10:16 am

    Did they get a bailout from W?

  3. 3 burnout Dec 21st, 2008 at 2:21 am

    Good Q rodent………….. HEY Dr Proctor, yall get a bailout??????????? I want to play with one o them engines! peace

  4. 4 fred proctor Dec 26th, 2008 at 9:38 am

    Burnout!! Haqppy Holidays! Epa was the ticket for us in moving forward. The engine, carburated, gave us parameters in the same range as a fuel-injected v-rod engine! The engineers got this design, correct for us “carburator guys” We are excited in coming to market full bore in 2009.
    We moved to a new facility the last 2 months and are finally settling in. Like everybody else, streamline, and watch the expenses. \
    The engines will be available to builders in 2009.. Contact Terry Nesbitt at Viper.! (141ftlb torque at 1100rpm, 128hp at 4200rpm. )

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