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Thrust
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A Thrust in GTA V.
(Rear quarter view).
Vehicle class (GTA V) Motorcycles
Vehicle type Civilian motorcycle
Body style Sport touring bike
Capacity 2 (rider and passenger)
Appearance(s) Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online
Manufacturer Dinka
Price $75,000 (Online) (Legendarymotorsport.net)
Related vehicle(s) Double-T
Akuma
"When they call them 'organ donors', they aren't thinking of motorbikes that'll go so fast you'll be liquidated when you hit a wall. Live fast, die young, leave a long gristly skid mark down the highway."
Legendarymotorsport.net description.

The Dinka Thrust is a sport touring motorcycle featured in The High Life Update DLC for Grand Theft Auto V.

Design

The Thrust is based on the 2014 Honda CTX700 (body, engine and lower fairing), the 2014 Honda CTX1300 (gauges and headlights) and the 2010 Honda DN-01 (main fairing, mirrors and saddlebags).

Performance

The Thrust has decent acceleration, but its top speed of 190mph is quite impressive for a motorcycle of its class. The handling is fairly responsive for a motorcycle of its type and weight. The Thrust is also surprisingly proficient at performing wheelies, attaining the Thrust's acceleration. Much like the Thrust's apparent real-life counterpart, it can be considered a hybrid of a sports bike and a touring bike. The engine sound and appearance is unmistakably Parallel-Twin (the engine utilized in the CTX700). However, it has a manual transmission in the game as indicated by the clutch lever in the left handlebar - the CTX700 has an automatic transmission.

There is currently an issue in which hopping curbs in the Thrust will often times eject the rider(s) from the motorcycle.

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Trivia

  • The default radio stations for the Thrust are:
  • This the first motorcycle to be added in a GTA V DLC, with exception of the Carbon RS in the Collector's Edition expansion. The second motorcycle being the Sovereign.
  • When in a police chase, you may occasionally hear the Thrust being called a sports car through the police radio.
  • Keeping up with Rockstar's love of obscene humor, the name "Thrust" is a reference to the act of sexual intercourse.
  • The motorcycle is named after the motorcycle magazine from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

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