ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN INDIA DEVELOP DUAL ENGINE HYBRID BIKE

ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN INDIA DEVELOP DUAL ENGINE HYBRID BIKE

CVB NEWS- CVB NEWS: A Group of mechanical engineering students at CT institute of Jalandhar city have developed an economic hybrid bike.Evolution, what they have named it gives a mileage of 28-32 kmpl. They developed this bike with a meager budget of 4 lakh rupees.
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16 thoughts on “ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN INDIA DEVELOP DUAL ENGINE HYBRID BIKE

  1. The low ground clearance will obliterate the bottom battery on a speed hump !! does not look practical.

  2. ur not getting it becoz:-90kmpl or even more than that doesnt matters. The current problem is rising fuel prices, hence looking at alternate technology. They have used regenerative brake system, which when used efficiently can save a lot in city riding.

  3. I guess you didnt listen to the description properly. They used Regenerative brake sytem, which at the moment is only being used on some honda and toyota cars.Bit expensive, but utilises any braking losses.

  4. dnt mean 2 discourage U
    bt its utterly nothing but a regular engfield modified 2 accompany an electric motor
    sorry but ur weight 2 power ratio ahs even reduced d mileage of an average engfield
    sorry Guys not buying dis.
    really Sorry But It is a desi Jugad which is very Costly
    a nano will b a best Buy at dat Price
    Dont U think So
    Try sumthing dat will make sense
    BEST OF LUCK GUYS

  5. almost all the mechanics across our nation assemble their own bikes & it’s performance & mileage is usually at par with for example once on the market baja’s enduro.. this bike is a hybrid.. cool but what benefits does it feature over conventional motorcycles? is it extreme power with high fuel efficiency or is it multi-fuel capability in a single engine? what is the plus point in this assembled bike?

  6. Well done… We need to produce more innovative students like them and keep them within India to prevent this plague of brain drain of letting them work for another foreign country.

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