2005 Honda CRF450R Motocross Model

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2005 Honda CRF450R Motocross Model

Postby 4Strokes » Fri Jun 17, 2016 9:20 pm

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New for the 2005 Honda CRF450R

Honda's race-proven superstar, the CRF450R enters 2005 with a wealth of refinements and a lighter weight that make this big four-stroke the overwhelming class favorite. Consult owner's manual for optional racing parts. Suggested Retail: $6,699 USD.

Specifications
- Model: CRF450R
- Engine Type: 449cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder 4-stroke, Unicam; 4-valve
- Bore and Stroke: 96mm x 62.1mm, Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
- Carburetion: Keihin 40mm flat-slide
- Ignition: CD with electronic advance
- Transmission: Close-ratio five-speed, Final Drive: #520 chain; 13T/48T
- Suspension, F: 47mm inverted Showa cartridge fork, 16 rebound & comp. damping; 12.4" travel
- Suspension, Rear: Pro-Link Showa shock, spring preload, 17 rebound & comp (13 low & 3.5t hi); 12.5" travel
- Brakes, Front: Single 240mm disc with twin-piston caliper; Rear: Single 240mm disc
- Tires, Front: 80/100-21; Rear: 110/90-19
- Dims: Wheelbase 58.7"; Trail 109.4mm (4.3"); Seat Height 37.6"; Ground Clearance 13.4"
- Rake (Caster Angle): 26.79°
- Dry Weight: 218.5 pounds
- Fuel Capacity: 1.9 gallons
- Color: Red

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New for the 2005 Honda CRF450R

Postby 4Strokes » Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:20 pm

  • New fourth-generation twin-spar aluminum frame. Forged aluminum steering head and tapered down-tube section are designed to optimize frame rigidity. In addition, tall swingarm pivot plates and thin frame spars create a narrow overall frame cross-section for superb rider comfort and maneuverability.
  • Semi-double-cradle frame design features a single, large-diameter tapered down-tube. Two rugged box-section rails attach to the base of the down-tube and support the engine. A forged aluminum steering head provides a compact and extremely durable mount for the frame spars and engine down-tube.
  • New swingarm features a dual-axis, double-taper design with a large cast aluminum cross-member that is lighter weight and stronger.
  • New shift drum, shift forks and shift fork shafts for more precise shifting.
  • New front and rear suspension valving for improved bump absorption.
  • New front axle placement for improved fork action and turning.
  • New Pro-Link ratio combined with 5.5 kg rear shock spring for more compliant suspension action.
  • New exhaust pipe heat shield made from titanium for weight savings.
  • New airbox and intake tube for more direct airflow and increased power.
  • New side number plate with built-in airbox vents for improved air flow.
  • New aluminum clutch cable bracket for lighter weight.
  • New rear hub is stronger and lighter.
  • New one-piece seat bolt for easier maintenance.
  • New lighter rear brake pedal.
  • New rear brake pad insulators for consistent braking action.
  • New narrower radiators for improved rider ergonomics while maintaining cooling capacity.
  • New radiator hose routing for lighter weight and improved cooling.
  • Overall weight reduced by 3.5 pounds.


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