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World’s Fastest Bagger: Fat 5 Tranny

JIMS Fat 5 Transmission

JIMS has announced that Tom “T.R.” Reiser, from T-Man Performance, used the Fat 5 Overdrive Transmission to work and nailed a Motorcycle World Speed Record of 183.1 mph run at the recent BUB Salt Speed Trials at Bonneville Raceway.

Now crowned as piloting the World’s Fastest Bagger, JIMS is extremely proud to be one of T-Man’s motorcycle sponsors, a part of his motorcycle speed team’s success and for the opportunity to reveal what JIMS Fat 5-Speed Transmission is capable of on motorcycle of this capacity.

Big power is what it takes to break a world record, which is why T.R.’s transmission of choice is the JIMS Fat 5.

The patented shift ring design and compact shifter technology allowed JIMS to increase gear widths up to 53% over stock gears, making it more than capable of handling the highest level of horsepower and torque than any other gearbox on the V-Twin market.

Congratulations goes out to T.R., “you are the man”. For more information find JIMS visit the web at www.jimsusa.com, or call 805-482-6913.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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