To create the Foxtrot motor, Kaytech is essentially slicing two cylinders off the end of the iconic LS7 aluminum-block pushrod V-8 that powers the Corvette Z06. The liquid-cooled, dry-sump engine contains many race-derived components, including titanium valves and conrods, forged-steel crankshaft, high-profile cams and CNC-machined two-valve cylinder heads. According to Kayl, the engine will measure 107 x 92mm, with a 56mm intake valve and 41mm exhaust; will run an 11:1 compression ratio with the forged pistons running in open-deck Nikasil chrome-bore cylinders; and will feature a gear-driven primary and belt final drive on the right side of the bike, via a multi-plate oil-bath clutch and either five- or six-speed gearbox. If that sounds like a motor that'll win any stoplight shootout, Chambers has a final trick up his sleeve: supercharging. "I haven't made up my mind yet whether all the applications for this new engine will be supercharged, but for sure the Renovatio will be," he says. "We're going to be looking at high horsepower, which maximizes torque to weight, and we already have a supercharger supplier who can deliver us what we need. I think in the Renovatio we're going to have the ruler of the highways!"