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CRF150R

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Overview

The 2014 CRF150R it’s designed for smaller racers, it’s big on the features you expect from a Honda.

2014 CRF150R Details

Description

The 2014 CRF150R may be Honda’s smallest MX machine, but it has everything it needs to be a big winner.

It starts with a Unicam" engine and an adjustable Showa" suspension.

Throw in a Pro-Link" rear suspension just like the big boys, and even though it’s designed for smaller racers, it’s big on the features you expect from a Honda.

Available colours: Red.

2014 CRF150R Specifications

Specifications
Engine Type: 149cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four stroke
Bore x Stroke: 66mmx 43.7mm
Displacement: -
CompressionRatio: 11.7:1
Carburettors: Keihin32mm flat slide with throttle position sensor (TPS)
MaximumPower: -
MaximumTorque: -
Ignition: Solid-state CD with electronic advance
Starter: -
Transmission: Close-ratio five speed
FinalDrive: #420chain; 15T/50T
Dimensions (mm): -
WheelBase (mm): 1259.84 mm
Seat Height (mm): 833.12mm
Ground Clearance (mm): 302.26mm
Fuel Capacity (litres): 5.13litres
FrontWheel: -
Rear Wheel: -
FrontTyre: 70/100-17
Rear Tyre: 90/100-14
FrontSuspension: 37mm fully adjustable leading-axle inverted Showa cartridge fork; 10.8inches travel
Rear Suspension: Pro-Link fully adjustable Showa single shock; 10.8 inches travel
FrontBrakes: Single 220mm disc
Rear Brakes: Single 190mm disc
Weight: 83.18 kg
 

CRF250R

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CRF250R 2018 Price: $10,990 Ride Away

CRF250RH 2017 Price: $7,990 Ride Away

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Overview

There’s no tighter competition than the elbow to elbow MX2 class, at amateur or professional level. Honda’s CRF250R has long been a potent weapon to take into battle thanks to its fluid power delivery and hon...

CRF250R Description

Introduction

There’s no tighter competition than the elbow to elbow MX2 class, at amateur or professional level. Honda’s CRF250R has long been a potent weapon to take into battle thanks to its fluid power delivery and honed chassis that balances lightning fast agility with stability.

For 2017, Honda has dialled in an array of upgrades to the CRF250R’s engine and suspension, driven entirely by what Team HRC learn racing week in week out against the world’s best in MXGP.

 

Engine

The increase in peak power and torque is due to extensive HRC development of the cylinder head. Both the intake and exhaust ports are redesigned to HRC specification and the 25mm diameter exhaust valves are now titanium (rather than steel) matching the 30.5mm intake valves. A brand new camshaft profile operates redesigned valve lifters; both intake and exhaust valve lift has been increased. The inlet valve spring material is also new.

Honda’s EMSB makes an already very usable engine even more adaptable. The rider just has to stop with the engine at idle and press and hold the button for just under a second to select the next map in sequence. A highly visible LED built into the lightweight button signals the map in use with a quick press and number of subsequent flashes. If a new map is selected the choice is also confirmed to the rider.

The CRF250R’s new 249cc four-valve unicam engine is smoother and stronger off the bottom, maintains its midrange Punch and as revs rise makes not only more power and torque, holds onto it at higher rpm and for noticeably longer – useful for stringing sections or corners together without changing gear.

 

Engine

The CRF250R’s 49mm inverted Showa®o; SFF-Air TAC fork weighs less than a conventional-spring design, it’s easier to adjust, and it helps keep the front end planted. The 2017 model is also five millimetres longer to enhance the bike’s stability.

CRF250R Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE TYPE 249cc Liquid-cooled 4-stroke single cylinder uni-cam
BORE AND STOKE 76.8mm x 53.8mm
COMPRESSION RATIO 13.5 : 1
CARBURATION Fuel injection
IGNITION Full transistor
STARTER Kick
CLUTCH Wet multiplate
TRANSMISSION Constant mesh
DRIVE Chain
DIMENSIONS 2,181mm x 827mm x 1,271mm (LxWxH)
WHEELBASE 1,489mm
SEAT HEIGHT 951mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 322mm
FUEL CAPACITY 6.3 litres
FRONT TYRE 80/100-21inch
REAR TYRE 100/90-19inch
FRONT SUSPENSION Showa 49mm inverted SFF-TAC air fork (310mm stroke)
REAR SUSPENSION Showa monoshock using Honda Pro-Link system (317.6mm stroke)
FRONT BRAKE 260mm hydraulic wave disc
REAR BRAKE 240mm hydraulic wave disc
KERB WEIGHT 105.6kg
 

CRF450R

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CRF450R 2018 Price: $10,900 Ride Away

CRF450R 2019 Price: $11,999 Ride Away

 

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Overview

The 2017 model is reimagined, it’s the first ‘from the ground-up’ redesign of the CRF450R for eight years and packs a powered-up HRC designed engine with an 11% overall power boost, and stronger torque right through the rev range. It gets an all-new seventh generation aluminium frame with new chassis geometry, lower centre of gravity and a titanium fuel tank making it lighter and more compact.

CRF450R Details

Suspension

The new CRF450R is fitted with factory driven 49mm Showa USD coil spring front forks, developed from a version supplied to MX race teams. They are everything one would expect from effectively race-spec suspension, the out of the crate fork action is supple, smooth and fully in control.

 

Special Features

For the very first time, an electric-start kit is available on the CRF450R. Kit specification and local availability will be announced later. The body is more compact with aerodynamically-efficient plastics with feature film insert graphics for optimum scratch resistance and a bolder effect.

 

CRF450R Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE TYPE 449cc Liquid-cooled 4-stroke single cylinder uni-cam
BORE AND STOKE 96.0mm x 62.1mm
COMPRESSION RATIO 2017 13.5 : 1
COMPRESSION RATIO 2016 12.5 : 1
CARBURATION Fuel injection
IGNITION 2017 Digital CDI
IGNITION 2016 Full transistor
STARTER Kick
CLUTCH Wet multiplate
TRANSMISSION 2017 5 Speed
TRANSMISSION 2016 Constant mesh
DRIVE Chain
DIMENSIONS 2,188mm x 827mm x 1,271mm (LxWxH)
WHEELBASE 2017 1,482mm
WHEELBASE 2016 1,492mm
SEAT HEIGHT 2017 960mm
SEAT HEIGHT 2016 929mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 2017 328mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 2016 329mm
FUEL CAPACITY 6.3 litres
FRONT TYRE 80/100-21inch
REAR TYRE 100/90-19inch
FRONT SUSPENSION 2017 Showa 49mm coil spring (305mm stroke)
FRONT SUSPENSION 2016 Kayaba 48mm inverted PFS2 (310mm stroke)
REAR SUSPENSION 2017 Showa monoshock using Honda Pro-Link system (113mm stroke, 314 axle travel)
REAR SUSPENSION 2016 Kayaba monoshock using Honda Pro-Link system (315 stroke, 133.5mm axle travel)
FRONT BRAKE 260mm hydraulic wave disc
REAR BRAKE 240mm hydraulic wave disc
KERB WEIGHT 111kg
 

CRF150RB


CRF150RB Price: $7298

Super Special $6,990 Ride Away

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Overview

There’s nothing small about the size of its performance. Honda’s 2014 CRF150RB is, hands down, the best MX machine in the Mini Class. Designed around a four-stroke powerplant that showcases plenty of Honda technology, we’ve given it some major-league upgrades for 2012, and graced it with the performance that will keep you up at the front of the pack and on the podium. First, a new cylinder head, new cam, and new piston help this CRF150RB run more consistently at different tracks, different elevations and different temperatures. An improved direct push accelerator pump gives you better, more immediate throttle response. New suspension valving returns improve action on small bumps but keeps the 150’s excellent large-bump performance. And finally, the CRF150R is available in two versions to fit a wider variety of riders. The CRF150RB. For aspiring racers it’s just what every motocrosser wants. A great start. And one that just about ensures great finishes.

CRF150RB Details

Description

Start Every Race in First Place

More than any other machine, a 150-class motocross bike really, really needs to be spot-on if you’re serious about standing on the box. And that’s why you need to be on a new CRF150RB. With its new cylinder head, new cam, new piston, and revised suspension, you’re going to be seeing a lot of these bikes in the winner’s circle. And if you want to be with them, you’d better be on one.

With its revolutionary Unicam four-valve engine and fully adjustable  suspension, the CRF150RB was bred to win and that’s pretty much what it’s been doing since its debut. And since at Honda we know Mini racers come in all shapes and sizes, we made sure to create a Mini machine for taller riders as well: the CRF150RB Expert, featuring bigger wheels, a higher seat and longer swingarm. The CRF150RB. Two sizes, one purpose: Domination.

CRF150RB Specifications

Specifications
Engine Type: 149cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder Unicam four stroke
Bore x Stroke: 66mmx 43.7mm
CompressionRatio: 11.7:1
Ignition: Solid-state CD with electronic advance
Transmission: Close-ratio five speed
FinalDrive: #420chain; 15T/50T
WheelBase (mm): 1260mm
Seat Height (mm): 834mm
Ground Clearance (mm): 302mm
Fuel Capacity (litres): 5.1l
FrontTyre: 70/100-17
Rear Tyre: 90/100-14
FrontSuspension: 37mmfully adjustable leading-axle inverted Showa cartridge fork; 10.8inches travel
Rear Suspension: Pro-Linkfully adjustable Showa single shock; 10.7 inches travel
FrontBrakes: Single220mm disc
Rear Brakes: Single190mm disc
Weight: 83kg (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank fuel ready to ride.)
 

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