200910271650挑戰最猛 ATK 700 (有比他更猛請提供一下)

 

http://www.dirtrodders.com/atk700/

 

The 700cc ATK Intimidator: The newest, biggest, baddest dirt bike hot rod on the planet?

ATK700The day has finally arrived when the XR650R is no longer the biggest, baddest dirt bike on the planet. The XR650 has ruled baja for years, and has been the envy of every four-stroke dirt-biking power junkie I know. It has been dethroned, I am sorry to say, by what looks to be the hairiest, most evil-looking two-stroke imaginable, the 2004 ATK 700. And considering this new beast is a two-stroke not a four-stroke, it must displace just a ball-shattering amount of horsepower and torque. But heck, that's what Dirt-Rodders is all about! And the parts on this bike are so trick, it will come off the showroom floor about as hot-rodded up as an XR650 with $2000 worth of aftermarket goodies. Look out Honda!

Note: This information was found on the website Off-Road.com, and was writter by Rick Sieman (my hero). It wasn't used with permission, so I will just keep it here until they bust my ass for it...



Frank White (CEO of ATK) puts the Intimidator through the paces for a few laps at the Desert Vipers Grand Prix.

ATK, the American-based company, has been around for a long time now. And for much of that time, they used Rotax engines of one sort or another in their own unique frames. However, the Rotax two-stroke technology has become rather dated, so ATK went hunting for some new powerplants. And while they were at it, they also came up with entirely new chassis designs.

Interesting, for sure.

Their approach is one that we like: all the bikes will be considered multi-purposes off-road machines, not pure motocross or pure enduro bikes. This means, simply, that all the bikes will come with lighting capabilities. They won’t come with headlights/taillights, but if you need to have lighting for some reason, all you’ll have to do it bolt on the lights and hook ‘em up.

Naturally, our attention was drawn to the 700. Based on the latest technology from the folks who built the famed Maico/M-Star motors, the Intimidator (good name!) has a piston big enough to use to mix paint in.

I (Rick Sieman) was scheduled to test ride the Intimidator at the Desert Vipers Grand Prix, but my motorhome lost the rear wheels on the way to the event, and I spent most of the weekend getting the thing fixed and back home. However, Mike Hobbs from ORC, was there and managed to get some photos and feedback on the bike. Frank White (CEO from ATK) put in a few laps on the beast to shake it down a bit, so we can at least give you a preview. We’ll arrange a full test session with ATK later on and give you some actual riding impressions.


New King of the Beasts? The 700cc ATK is certainly in the running for that title.

ATK is going to let the potential customer, custom order their motorcycle with the options noted above to fit their individual riding desires and conditions. This is new to this industry.

The retail price has not yet been determined, but after talking with ATK folks, it will almost certainly be in the ballpark of between $6000 and $7000. When you consider the astonishing amount of top dollar items that come on the bike as standard equipment, you start to wonder how they can do that. Go price items like Talon rims, Protaper bars and a quality steering stabilizer, and you’ll see what we mean.

Performance? It pulls right off idle and all the way to peak revs with more power than anyone will ever need. It’s sort of like a 490 Maico on steroids. The power is simply amazing and very electric!

2004 ATK 700cc Intimidator Specs

With this sort of statement lodged in our mind, we’re looking forward to a serious ride on this beast, and others in the 2004 stable of ATK bikes. Stay tuned to Off-road.com.

For more information:

ATK MOTORCYCLES
1163West 850 North
Centerville, UT 84014
(801)298-8288
FAX (801) 299-0710
Website: www.atkusa.com

 


 

然而...在規格表的標題...還滿猛的

Can you wheelie your bike?

The 700cc ATK Intimidator Specs and Features

Intimidator Specifications
Engine Type: Liquid-Cooled, 2-stroke, single
Displacement: 685CC
Bore & Stroke 100X87 mm
Carburetion: 39mm Kehin
Ignition SEM lighting output 130 watt
Starting System: Kick start
Transmission: 5-Speed, Wide Ratio
Fuel Capacity: 2.5 Gallon / 3.5 Gallon
Front Suspension: Paioli USD
Rear Suspension: WP
Front Tire: Dunlop 755 80/100-21
Rear Tire: Dunlop 756 120/100-21
Final Drive: D.I.D. V6 520 O-ring chain
Dry Weight: 238 lbs

Plated pipe and left side kickstarter. Looks like a Maico, and why not?

Carb is a smallish 39.5mm Keihin; pipe curls neatly up and out of the way.

GPR steering stabilizer … stock!

Frank is justifiably proud of the latest ATK creations.

Standard Features


  • Talon billet aluminum hubs
  • Answer Protaper bars
  • Braided stainless steel lines
  • Nickel plated exhaust pipe
  • Radialite rear sprocket
  • Excell rims
  • GPR steering stabilizer
  • Wave rotor disc brakes

Talon rear hub; Radialite sprocket. Stock.

Another Talon hub up front.

Wave rotor and Brembo brakes.

With the head off, a rather huge hole is evident!
Options

  • Tire choice
  • Excell rim color choice
  • Front wheel size (20” or 21”)
  • Plastic colors
  • Seat foam and cover
  • Suspension valving and springs
  • Handlebar bend
  • Final gearing
  • Jetting
  • Lighting kit
  • Skid plate
  • Handguards
  • 3.5 gallon fuel tank

Compact motor is based on the latest Maico stuff.


The 700 at Adelanto.

 

 


 

然而...看完猛獸之後

當然要知道他的價錢啦~~(這樣放毒才有意義嘛 XP)

MSRP $12,995

也還好...差不多一台1000cc的價錢

對了...順便補一下到底用了哪些好料

 


 

STANDARD FEATURES
 Aluminum Billet Hubs
 WP 48mm USD Forks
 Reiger Rear Suspension
 Pro-Taper Oversize Handlebars
 O-ring Chain
 Nickel Plated Exhaust
 Removable Sub-Frame
 Black Frame
 All Black Plastic
 All Black Rims
 Hydraulic Clutch
 Power Valve
 Compression Release
 Brembo Brakes

 


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine Type: 2-Stroke Single
Displacement: 685cc / 616cc
Bore and stroke: 700: 100 X 87mm
620: 95 X 87mm
Cooling: Liquid Cooled
Compression ratio:

700: 10.9:1
620: 10.3:1
Horsepower:

700: 78HP
620: 76HP
Carburetion: 39mm Keihin
Ignition: SEM 130w
Transmission: 5-speed
Starting system: Kick
Fuel capacity: 2.5 Gallon
Wheelbase: 58.5-inches
Seat height: 37.2-inches
Ground clearance: 14.0-inches
Front wheel travel: 12.0-inches
Rear wheel travel: 12.6-inches
Front brake: 260mm Rotor
Rear brake: 220mm Rotor
Dry Weight: 238lbs.

 

 


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