The H- Type frame is a frame with the most extensive use of the Pneuma Clutch technology in any motorcycle.
The frame uses a forged aluminum frame with an integrated fork that is pressed into the forks front and rear wheels to provide strength and weight.
The Pneumacraft design allows the frame to use only one part of the fork for its frame.
The fork also has a pivot point that sits above the rear wheel, allowing the frame and fork to be separated by the use of a small amount of space between the pivot point and the forks rear wheel.
The press on the fork presses against the front and back wheel while the fork pivots against the rear and front wheel.
When the press is completed, the fork moves up and down while the front wheel stays centered on the ground.
The H type frame also has the ability to accept a full size fork with a front end that has been forged aluminum, with the rear end being forged steel and the front end being titanium.
A full size aluminum fork with an aluminum front and an aluminum rear is also available, as well.
The use of titanium on the frame also allows for a longer chainstays and a longer seatpost.
The aluminum frame also features a unique design that allows for the rider to use the entire fork with one hand.
The handlebars are all made of titanium, and the top tube is made of a high tensile steel material.
The headlight assembly on the H- type frame has a unique LED light and is the only one of its kind in a motorcycle.
An optional optional LED light on the headlight unit is also included.
The power press on top of the frame has two buttons, one for shifting and the other for turning.
The rider can also adjust the rear brake light intensity and the speed of the power press.
Power press brakes are available in three sizes: 10mm, 15mm, and 20mm.
The brakes are also equipped with a light bar that is designed to illuminate when the bike is turning and illuminate the brake lights when the rider is braking.
All of the bikes power presses use a proprietary press-in system, which allows for easy installation and removal of the brakes without damaging the frame.
Power presses have the ability for the brakes to actuate at a constant rate.
The hydraulic system of the H type frames brakes is designed for the maximum force transfer and maximum braking.
The system is not compatible with the use or removal of other types of power presses.
The front brake has an integrated lock, and it is a very smooth pedal.
When it is locked, the brakes are silent.
The rear brake has a lock that can be released when the power presses are completed.
The top and bottom brakes have an integrated speed brake.
Both the front, and rear brakes have dual disc brakes.
All the brakes come equipped with integrated ABS.
A separate system for the suspension is also provided.
The suspension on the power pneumatic clutch is an adjustable one, and can be adjusted to different speeds and/or speeds of the clutch.
The clutch system is made up of three parts: a clutch, a shock absorber, and a chain guide.
The chain guide helps to control the clutch pressure as well as help with the shifting of the chain, and to help the rider maintain a steady speed in a hard corner.
The shock absorbers on the Power press have a low friction coefficient, and are made of carbon fiber and are designed to allow the bike to be ridden with minimal friction.
The entire Power press system has a limited lifetime warranty.
It comes with a lifetime guarantee for the powerpress and a 30,000 mile limited warranty for the fork.
The Power press was designed to be easy to use, and has been widely adopted in the industry.
Power Press was built in the United States and is manufactured in the USA.