EVA Products are new motorcycle producers based in The Netherlands and they have designed and build 15 prototypes of the Track T-800CDI diesel motorcycles in the last 3.5 years. Half a year ago they finished that faze and are now in a production modus. The intention and planning is to build 150 units this year and for 2010 and 2011 they are going from 5 a week to 25 a week.
That’s just worth a preview!
In their efforts to establish a whole new market ready to be exploited, they introduce this totally new but not unusual Motorcycle that is powered by a special engine similar to the Smart For2 engine (it’s not the same one but has similar components in the buildup).
Although for the first 25 units they used some BMW and KTM parts, these are now being replaced by in-house products as their goal is to be both original and very demanding.
The frame is their own design and development and has similar design looks as used on some Ducati and some KTM bikes. All the best option for creating a new EU brand that stands firm in front of the "competition".
The CVT (Continous Variable Transmission) is used in all scooters / snowmobiles and all terrain vehicles. The main reason why they make use of it is the fact that shifting brings no gain on power output and efficiency. CVT does!! Very light (only 5 kg) and highly efficient, it brings a smooth and strong Diesel engine to the maximum potential. And most likely, this is what a motorcycle driver wants. Not falls shifting, no wrong rpm or wrong gear anymore, but always torque at the best moment.
Usually, the Track T-800CDI is bought by the BMW GS type of person, but they also report encountering Harley riders who have ridden the bike and couldn’t help ordering one. Everyone from Female, travelers or PD riders will feel well at home on the Diesel motorcycle from the Netherlands as they even offer a 50mm lower version so that shorter persons can enjoy the unique ride.
The bike has great off-road potential and it is street legal too so it meets all possible requirements that a rider can have.
EVA Track T-800CDI
Advantages are overwhelming on BMW and KTM type of bikes:
A greater number of km are covered for less money;
Longer service interval up to max 50000km. Engine lifespan is 400,000 km to 600,000 km;
Simple design with little "useless" features;
Top quality mostly European parts (Brembo brake system / WP suspension / Excel Rims (from Japan) / Daimler engine / in house developed CVT system / German ECU system / 25CRMO4 framework / Jarno Schurgers bodywork / Michelin anakee 2 tyres / etc);
Lower center of gravity and high degree of handlebar rotating freedom for handling;
High torque output at low rpm;
Diesel fuel (no Biodiesel at this point due to it’s to high acid level);
CDI (common rail direct injection) with 3 time injection per combustion sequence;
Particle filtration system for 99 % filtering;
Great fuel efficiency;
Totally equipped and ready for the new fuel that is coming: GTL (gas top liquid)!!!
With these features, they have produced All-Road traveling motorcycle with a very high efficiency level. Actually, it’s more a tool than a "motorcycle"!!!
Available only in the Netherlands at this point, the bike will conquer the rest of Europe for 2010 is everything goes according to the manufacturer’s plans. For the U.S. and Canada, test bikes are currently being exported, but normal delivery will be around the end of 2010, beginning of 2011 if demand is high and taxes are low.
For now, EVA Products does not offer info on a possible 2WD system for the future simply because the system wouldn’t bring any gain.
High diesel torque at low rpm and a light weight of the total construction gives a better level of off-road performance is the idea on which they base their Track T-800CDI.
Displacement: 800 cc
Max output: 33/45 kW/bhp at 3000 tot 4500 rpm
Max Torque: 100 Nm at 1800 rpm
Cylinder position: In line
Number of cylinders: 3
Compression ratio with fueltype: 1:18 Diesel V-Power / Bio-Diesel
Valves per cylinder: 2
Pressure: Turbo 1.25 bar + Intercooler
Gasgrip: Fly by wire electronics
Gearbox: Continuous Variable Transmission
Primary drive ratio —
End Drive: Cardan
End ratio: 1.58
Chassis and Dimensions
Type of frame: Buis Frame Chroom Molybdeen
Front suspension: WP-upside down 48 mm
Rear drive type: Track shaftdrive Cardan
Suspension rear and front: 210/210 mm
Wheelbase: 1,610 mm
Rake/Trail: 63.4 / 26.6 degrees
Front Brakes: Dubbel disk, dia 310 mm
Rear Brakes: Single disk, dia 265 mm
Front rim size: 1.85": 21"
Rear rim size : 4.25": 17"
Total length: 2450mm
Width with mirrors: 900 mm
Handlebar without mirrors: 865 mm
Seat height: 780/900 mm
Dry weight: 225 kg
Max weight: 425 kg
Fuel tank: 22.5 ltr