2012 Honda CRF450RViews:
|Engine Type||Liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke|
|Bore x Stroke||96mm x 62.1mm|
|Fuel System||PGM-FI, 46mm throttle body|
|Ignition||Full transistor with electronic advance|
|Final Drive||#520 chain; 13T/48T|
|Suspension Front||48mm inverted KYB Air-Oil-Separate (AOS) with rebound and compression damping adjustability; 12.2 inches travel|
|Suspension Rear||Pro-Link KYB single shock with spring preload, rebound damping adjustability, and compression damping adjustment separated into low-speed and high-speed; 12.5 inches travel|
|Brakes Front||Single 240mm disc with twin-piston caliper|
|Brakes Rear||Single 240mm disc|
|Tires Front||Dunlop MX51 80/100-21|
|Tires Rear||Dunlop MX51 120/80-19|
|Seat Height||37.6 inches|
|Ground Clearance||13.1 inches|
|Rake/Trail||26° 52’ / 114.2mm (4.5 inches)|
|Fuel Capacity||1.5 gallons|
|Curb Weight||238 lbs|
Since its introduction, the CRF450R has served as the standard by which all other bikes are judged in the big-bore class of motocross machines. In 2012, Honda raises the bar once again with a host of improvements that will help the CRF450R stay at the head of the pack. A new, stiffer fork outer among other refinements bring a more solid feel to the front end, and stiffer fork springs, revised suspension settings front and rear plus a new shock linkage yield improved tracking, more precise handling and added rider confidence over rough terrain. New, longer and wider footpegs offer more support with a larger platform and Dunlop’s premium MX51 tires add to an overall package that makes the CRF450R the bike of choice in the open-class for 2012.
New for 2012
-New, stiffer fork outer tubes and front axle collars bring a more solid feel to the front end.
*Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride.