ADV Advanced Technology Presents AT02 Moto2 Prototype

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ADV Advanced Technology Presents AT02 Moto2 Prototype

2014, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued

ADV Advanced Technology AT02 Moto2 prototype.

ADV Advanced Technology of Monaco is pleased to present for the Moto2, the AT02 that the company of the Principality has developed and realized for the new category Moto2. The bike will be on track for the world championship 2010 with the Team WTR S.Marino.

The first rider that will ride the new bike in Valencia on December 9th and 10th, is Brannetti Alessandro, 29 years old, from Porto Sant’Elpidio, near Ancona, who has a strong friendship with Roberto Cevolini, chairmain of ADV since several years.

The Italian rider features a great SS600 Italian championship where he was the main player up to last race.

The bike, whose frame has been studied and realized by one of the most important Italian frame craftsman, Diego Golinelli from Imola, has been engineered by ADV in all its technical parts with the use of Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping, technologies that have been provided by CRP Technology, leader in the applications of innovative processes in high-performing sectors.

As regards the Rapid Prototyping it was fundamental the choice of Windform, the material of CRP that is considered to be the best performing powder for SLS technology, thanks to its mechanical properties. In this case Windform has allowed to obtain excellent results even in very complex applications such as the connection of the existing CBR600RR Honda engine with the prototype of the frame.

Moreover, it was also fundamental the use of CRP material in the improvement of the inner and outer dynamic aero flow of the air. Other applications have been carried out as regards the integral sliding shoe chain, the false tank, the air-box cover, the frame with the underplate air flow and many other settlement applications.


After a first step of drawing of the project, the bikes Moto2 AT02 will be sold by ADV starting from 2010 spring.

The WTR S.Marino Team will be the partner Team that will bring the prototypes of Moto2 AT02 on track for the Road Racing World Championship.

For information please contact:

rcevolini@adv-racing.com

Technical chart of Moto2 AT02:

Delta box frame with offset + and regulations, length bike regulation and swing-arm boxing with movable up and down pivot.

Central air inlet for Air-Box service and auxiliaries with 2D incorporated dashboard.

Air inlet connector /air-box frame/ with ease assembly and disassembly for fast movements on track.

20 lt aluminium tank.

Front suspensions TTX Ohlins TX25 pressurized.

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Rear mono suspension TTX with regulator of the preloading in action.

Engine CBR600RR developed by Oral Engineering, Inside Nicasil, with 130 Hp at pinion self-limited at 16.000 rpm.

Record Data Telemetry and 2D dashboard.

MIVV Titanium exhaust studied and developed at dyno test.

Brembo braking system with CNC-machined pump for the front side and calipers with 4 pistons and 2 discs of 290, discs of 218 at rear with caliper with 2 pistons.

Possibility to have the rear braking caliper with 4 pistons.

Hydraulic hose of connection Frentubo made of carbon.

Special radiator Taleo Tecno Racing in one single ricurve piece.

Wheel rims Marchesini made of Magnesium with 10 spokes of 17′.

Dunlop tires of 195/65R17 in rear position and 125/80R17 in front position.

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