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PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2004 12:04 am 
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RIS? there site doesnt have any on it


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RIS? there site doesnt have any on it. i have access to machine shop, but id need dimensions or an actual gear to draw it up


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RS Performance is who I was talking about. Don't know how the @ got in there.

Their site used to be something like http://www.rsperformance.net I believe but I can't access it. They're in Bedford, IN and am pretty sure they're still in business. Ask some of the IN guys or forum patrons on the C'Dale sites and you'll find a number or new website. They have the motard style 5th gear like the ATK's do.


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so Psychosis ur gettin ur ATK 450 make sure u let us all know how u like it


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Just picked it up today. (A day early) Didn't get to ride it though other than down the parking lot. Sounds and looks sweet. I actually found neutral first try and the engine is a tad quieter. I'll get pics before long, just need to put on the front/rear ends. The parts hadn't come in to make it the MX so currently it's a VR except w/Tag T-2's and various other parts. Expect it assembled and ready to race by next weekend.

Just glad the 450R's gone though. Just riding through the parking lot showed the brute force of the ATK over the R in power.


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yami: The 5th gear on the ATK is great and I love it. A deffinate mod if you plan to race. It pulls the same through all 5 gears now instead of just 4 and then slowly lugging through into 5th. I still haven't really topped it out b/c it's still a new engine though it's broke-in and was done right, but will probably this weekend. All I can say about it though is wow. I've never ridden a quad this powerful.

The thing rips my C'Dale apart and it's got Moto-Speed2 map and Trinity exhaust vs the ATK w/HMF exhaust, ACE airbox, XMX Moto-Speed2 based mapping, and of course the ATK engine updates/450 kit. Trust me when I say that once you ride one, you won't be switching brands. I pulles holeshots at tracks around here on the Dale so I'm waiting to see the looks on people's faces w/the ATK up there.

But one quick thing on the power comparison. My bro-in-law used to have a 310 powervalve engined 250R decked out and I will easily say that this thing blows it away in power and torque by an unfair amount. Oh yeah, the torque makes even a C'Dale look bad. Haydug still has I think 2 left if anyone's interested. I saw 4 brand new engines arrive while I was there Friday and 2 are left now to be put in a VR chassis.


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You say a 310 power valve R will have more power and tork than a C-Dale?

Been trying to deside what way to take with my R.

I loved my C-Dales :cry:


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mxmike wrote:
You say a 310 power valve R will have more power and tork than a C-Dale?

Been trying to deside what way to take with my R.

I loved my C-Dales :cry:

I think I could of made that misleading. I meant that the ATK rips the C'Dale apart compared to what it is and that my bro-in-law's 310R can't beat it on the low end. Top end that thing screams though and is scary to ride. Just doesn't quite have the torque.

However, wait till the new "beast" is done. :twisted: I'm building the Dale into a Falicon stroker crank w/oversized 460 piston, new Haydug cams and head/valves, and more. Looking at about 480cc's of destruction.


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Cool, Thanks for clearing that up. My old dale with HMF and moto map was awsome! Always had power on demand. This R is more like guess what you gona get this time,lol. Got alot to learn about riding a 2-smoke.
Good luck with the project,sounds bad @$$!!! :wink:


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Soon to be cannondaler, hey phycosis, betcha never saw this coming :wink:


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