Track T800CDI Diesel Motorcycle 2010 Quick Ride

Track T800CDI Diesel Motorcycle 2010 Quick Ride

Track T800CDI Diesel Motorcycle 2010 Quick Ride

Track T800CDI Diesel Motorcycle 2010 Quick Ride


$24,5
01485lbs dry
45hp
78ft-lbs
Too expensive
Too heavy
Not enough power
I'm interested in this bike. If the motor comes out of a Smart car, it can't be that gutless. Torque is for acceleration, Hp is for top speed. If this thing can take hard bags and a passenger, it could make a great economical touring rig. Of course it's OTD price would be critical.Right now I ride an Aprilia Scarabeo 500GT scooter that gets 50-55 mpg on regular and can be ridden 80 mph 2up and loaded all day and only has 39 hp with a 95 mph top speed. This diesel rig could blow it into the weeds !.s a True American I am interested in this bike. I would love to see a compact light weight Diesel off road bike developed. 100+ MPG's for a typical bike is great news and there is no reason why we should be stifling innovation. But then again we could always keep our heads in the sad and stick with milwaukee mike. Evaproducts hopes to have the Track T800CDI diesel motorcycle ready for production in the Netherlands by the summer of 2010The reason for the bike’s low power output is Evaproduct’s desire to make it last– an engine life of 250,000 miles is claimed – and give excellent fuel consumption. Those qualities only appeal to a limited number of people – for the rest of the world, they’re attributes of limited use that come at the expense of riding enjoyment, so until diesel bikes tune in to the needs to the wider biking public, it’ll stay as a niche machine. Evaproducts aims to have this motorcycle available by the summer of 2010 in the Netherlands first, followed by the European Union.Evaproducts out of the Netherlands is producing one of the most-advanced diesel-powered production motorcycles around

THE FACTS
Track T800CDI
MSRP: £15,000
Engine: 799cc, six-valves, liquid-cooled inline three-cylinder, turbo-charged diesel
Transmission: Continuously-variable transmission.
Fuel System: Common rail fuel injection
Power (claimed): 45 hp
Final Drive: Shaft
Front Suspension: WP upside-down 48mm fork
Wheelbase: 1610mm
Brakes: Front Dual Disc, 310mm diameter
Rear Single Disc, 265mm diameter
Wheels: Front 1.85 in: 21 in.
Rear 4.25 in: 17 in.
Length: 2450mm
Seat height (adjustable): 780/900mm
Fuel: 22.5 liters
Weight: 220kg (fluids, no fuel)
Colors: Silver, black or white
Contact: http://www.dieselmotorcycles.eu/

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