Luckily, they make that harder to do by shipping it with one chain removed so it won't be rideable. It isn't street legal, after all! But if you were to put that chain back on, it'd be running a "high output 650cc 4 stroke, water cooled engine with direct port nitrous injection". Of course, only one stunt driver in the world was able to handle the one used in the film, but I'm sure it wasn't that hard. Right? [eBay via Uncrate]
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