|Posted on Tuesday, August 04, 2015 - 02:52 pm: ||
Is there a reliable source for the number of EBRs produced and sold?
I seem to recall that WSBK homologation was 125. So I'm guessing at least that many RXs were produced.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 04, 2015 - 03:02 pm: ||
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(Message edited by M1Combat on August 04, 2015)
|Posted on Tuesday, August 04, 2015 - 03:41 pm: ||
I am curious about this as well.
In the thread M1combat posted, I shared that the highest VIN I have yet seen reported is #385, but that was for the RX only. The highest SX VIN I have recorded is #183. These are what I was able to find online, and there are huge holes in my data samples.
Knowing that the same VIN sequence# exists across RX and SX models (for example, 546BBAG2XEE000178 and 546AAAG20EE300178), we can assume there have been at least 385+183 = 568 EBR 1190s produced.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 04, 2015 - 04:12 pm: ||
I seem to recall that WSBK homologation was 125.
That was the required number BEFORE the 2014 race season even started, EBR met that one for sure. I asked Erik, it was over 1k produced as of this year anyway. He wouldn't commit to a firm number, but as I understand it, there's enough parts sitting in the factory right now to crank out at least 250 more.