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· The Boss
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It is the TRX700XX. Nice machine.

TRX700XX8 Metallic Black/Silver $7,899.00
Metallic Black/Red $7,899.00

The TRX700XX re-defines the Sport category of ATVs with a whole new level of confidence, comfort and high performance. With double-wishbone Independent Rear Suspension (IRS), a unique centered chain drive system, and a fuel-injected 686cc engine making monster torque, the TRX700XX is truly the new Sport ATV "King of the Hill."
Unique Features:
All-new 686cc SOHC liquid-cooled fuel-injected four-valve single-cylinder four-stroke engine.
Double-wishbone Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) with tuned sway-bar.
Centered chain final drive system.
In-gear starting in Forward or easy-to-use Reverse.
Piggy-back rear shocks with adjustable pre-load.
Dual-spring front shocks with adjustable pre-load.
11-inch diameter rear rims with removable mud scrapers.
Radical new-style bodywork.
Available colors are Metallic Black / Silver and Metallic Black / Red.
686cc SOHC, four-stroke engine generates the highest peak output in its class.
Liquid cooling provides consistent engine operating temperature in extreme conditions for maximum power and long engine life.
PGM fuel injection system with 44mm throttle body for excellent cold weather starting, lower maintainance and consistent performance at high altitudes (seeTechnology Section).
Gear-driven counterbalancer minimizes engine vibration for smooth, comfortable all-day riding.
Maintenance-free automatic cam-chain tensioner.
Closed crankcase vent system safeguards against engine oil contamination.
CD ignition with electronic advance.
USDA-qualified stainless steel muffler/spark arrester for quiet operation and maximum power.
Heavy-duty clutch stands up to sport-ATV demands.
High-efficiency dry-sump lubrication system features large-capacity oil tank for maximum engine cooling.
Rugged five-speed transmission with Reverse has components and ratios specifically designed for sport-ATV use.
Unique, centered transmission with its direct-line chain final drive allows optimum IRS double-wishbone A-arm design
Independent double-wishbone front suspension uses premium shock absorbers featuring dual single-rate springs that allow a lighter, more compact package with 9.36 inches of fully useable travel.
Independent double-wishbone rear suspension, made possible by the innovative centered chain drive system - features steel upper and aluminum lower A-arms. Using piggy-back reservoir shocks, the system provides 10.6 inches of fully useable travel.
Steel frame with removable sub-frame is extremely durable and strong.
Triple disc brakes for excellent stopping power and weight savings.
Special, large-diameter 11-inch aluminum rear wheels allow for ideal CV joint angles and A-arm lengths, resulting in superior power delivery, optimum suspension action and improved durability.
Radial tires with knobby pattern provide superb traction and cornering ability.
Durable, heavy-duty O-ring-sealed drive chain.
Easy-to-use dual snail-cam eccentric chain adjusters
Additional Features
Engine design meets current California Air Resources Board (CARB) off-road emission standards.
Convenient push-button electric starting.
Sculpted, plush seat provides excellent comfort and superb sport riding ergonomics.
New and uniquely aggressive sports styling.
Cowl-integrated headlight with dual 30-watt bulbs provides distinctive sport style and excellent function
Rear LED brakelight.
Easy access to washable two-stage large-capacity foam air filter.
Tough, polyethelene push bar up front and polypropelene rear A-arm protectors.
High Impact urethane protects frame and engine cases..
Rear mudguards with rigid footrests.
8 AH Maintenance-free battery.
Keyed ignition switch offers added security.
Simple to operate multi-function handlebar switch.
Left-hand operated parking brake.
Tool kit includes tire-pressure air gauge and owner's manual.
Transferable one-year, limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.
Purchase of a new, previously unregistered Honda USA-certified unit by an individual retail user in the United States qualifies the owner for a one-year complimentary membership in the Honda Rider's Club of America® (HRCA®). Visit for details.

Model: TRX700XX
Engine Type: 686cc liquid-cooled SOHC dry-sump single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore and Stroke: 102mm x 84mm
Induction: Keihin PGM-FI with a 44mm throttle-body fuel injection system
Ignition: CD with electronic advance
Starter: Electric
Clutch: Manual
Transmission: ESP five-speed with Reverse
Driveline: O-ring-sealed #520 chain
Suspension Front: Independent double-wishbone with dual single-rate springs provide 9.3 inches of travel.
Rear: Independent double-wishbone with piggy-back reservoir shocks provide 10.6 inches of travel
Brakes Front: Dual hydraulic 174 mm discs
Rear: Single hydraulic 200mm disc
Tires Front: 21 X 7R 10
Rear: 22 X 9R 11
Length: 73.9 inches
Width: 46.3 inches
Height: 45.4 inches
Seat Height: 33 inches
Ground Clearance: 10.5 inches
Wheelbase: 50.0 inches
Turning Radius: 8.5 feet
Fuel Capacity: 3 gallons
Colors: Metallic Black/Silver, Metallic Black / Red
Curb Weight*: 508 pounds

· Registered
237 Posts
IRS sounds awesome in a sport quad for the added ground clearance

· Registered
237 Posts
I read an article on the IRS and it said the only draw back was the rearend kicking up on the whoops. Would be awesome on most trails.

· Registered
1,274 Posts
I didn't realize the weight was that different! That is a big difference. Up here in MA, I'd love to ride an IRS sportquad. It's so rocky here. Some day...I keep saying if I pay off my machine I'll get a sport quad, or another untility. Idealy I'd like a SxS, but realistically, I'll end up selling the Grizz for what I owe and getting another machine in a year or two when it is ready for replacement.

· Registered
237 Posts
Grizz ready to be traded off in a year or two? She is just broke in good by then!

· Premium Member
537 Posts
Bear Humper said:
IRS sounds awesome in a sport quad for the added ground clearance
If i could get IRS in a Raptor 700 i'd sell my grizz in a sec

· Registered
12 Posts
yeah that is true the only two sport bikes i reall and truly admire are the raptor 700 and the almighty Banshee. the honda, from what i have read about it in different reveiws sounds to me like it needs a lil more i really do not know how to word this but gears. it would be a great trail bike but what about the dunes how well do you think it would hold up on some padle tires? just my opinion though the only three hondas i would ever own are the big red, the 110,and the 300 fourtrax

· Registered
100 Posts
Honda made this ATV for one purpose. To win the Baja. They succesfully conqured that task and the consumer purchases tanked. They need to make it a 4X4 to make it a complete trail machine like the Renegade.

I've ridden this quad and it is very smooth on the trails but you can't sling it thru a mud hole without a buddy to pull ya out.

Add 4x4 to this unit with a semiauto tranny and they will get more sales.
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