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2015 Honda CRF150RB Review
2015 Honda CRF150RB on www.Totalmotorcycle.com
CRF150RB – serious small-bore performance…
Just because a rider is younger or smaller in stature doesn’t mean that he or she is any less serious about performance. Four-stroke engines currently dominate off-road racing, thanks in part to their superior power-delivery and enhanced traction. so experienced small-bore riders demand nothing less. With virtually no 4-stroke competitors in the category, the CRF150RB stands alone as the obvious choice. Featuring the same advanced Unicam engine design as Honda’s championship winning CRF250R and CRF450R motocrossers, the CRF150RB delivers strong, usable 4-stroke power. The MX-spec chassis, complete with inverted Showa forks, disc brakes and aluminum swing-arm is even fitted with larger diameter wheels for improved control in ruts and extreme conditions. Four-stroke power, razor-sharp handling, the CRF150RB has it all.
2015 Honda CRF150RB www.Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features
•Ultra-high rpm, 149 cc engine is one of the most advanced in the sport, its unique 4-valve, Unicam design gives it very compact dimensions and excellent mass centralization for effortless direction changes on the ground or attitude changes in the air. Rail it or whip it with confidence.
•Flat-slide, FCR 32 mm carburetor is fitted with an accelerator pump for more immediate throttle response. Go ahead, use the four stroke advantage to grab the holeshot.
•Pro-Link rear suspension system features a fully adjustable Showa shock that effectively soaks up whatever the track or trail can throw at it.
•Lightweight front and rear disc brakes with high-performance pads offer powerful, easy to modulate braking even when you’re riding in the worst conditions.
2015 Honda CRF150RB www.Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits
Ultra-high rpm, 149 cc engine is one of the most advanced in the sport, its unique 4-valve, Unicam design gives it very compact dimensions and excellent mass centralization for effortless direction changes on the ground or attitude changes in the air. Rail it or whip it with confidence..
Short-skirted piston and light flywheel mean the CRF’s willing engine builds revs very quickly – no waiting for the power to “hit”..
Liquid cooling and a Nikasil cylinder liner help to extend engine life. The cooling system’s lightweight aluminum radiator helps to reduce weight and ensure consistent engine operating temperature no matter how hard you push..
Flat-slide, FCR 32 mm carburetor is fitted with an accelerator pump for more immediate throttle response. Go ahead, use the four stroke advantage to grab the holeshot..
Broad 4-stroke power characteristics allow the CRF150RB to use a five-speed gearbox for less shifting so you can concentrate on your riding..
Although the four-stroke engine is hard to stall, it’s nice to know that an automatic decompression system makes starting easy, hot or cold..
Maintenance-free digital CD ignition system includes a throttle angle sensor so it can tailor the ignition curve to provide maximum power output whenever you grab that throttle..
Heavy-duty clutch is fitted with tough friction plates for increased durability but retains a light pull at the lever giving you maximum control..
Lightweight high-tensile steel frame with large-diameter tubing provides excellent turning performance and keeps you tracking straight through the whoops..
37 mm, inverted, Showa cartridge front fork features adjustable compression and rebound settings. The fork’s low-friction design will be especially appreciated when it’s helping the front wheel to follow small surface irregularities without breaking traction..
Wide-section aluminum top and bottom triple-clamps hold the inverted forks rigidly and position the fork tubes far apart giving you improved turning precision and control..
Pro-Link rear suspension system features a fully adjustable Showa shock that effectively soaks up whatever the track or trail can throw at it..
Lightweight wheels and hubs help to reduce un-sprung weight allowing the wheels to effectively follow uneven terrain. The strong and rigid, but lightweight, box-section aluminum swingarm further enhances rear wheel tracking offering precise control whether you’re braking over stutter bumps or root infested trails..
Lightweight front and rear disc brakes with high-performance pads offer powerful, easy to modulate braking even when you’re riding in the worst conditions..
Large-capacity airbox and reusable two-stage foam air filter means power won’t drop off during long, dusty rides..
Slim, well-padded seat is comfortable and allows maximum movement. Non-slip seat cover gives you excellent control..
Fully adjustable, high-quality controls include comfortable grips, dogleg levers, side-pull throttle and a folding shift lever. Cleated, folding, self-cleaning footpegs offering excellent grip complete the impressive collection of thoughtful touches..
2015 Honda CRF150RB – www.Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $ USD
2015 Honda CRF150RB – www.Totalmotorcycle.com Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $5699 CDN
Liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore & Stroke
66 mm x 43.7 mm
Keihin 32 mm flat-slide carb with throttle position sensor
#420 chain, 15T/56T
37 mm fully adjustable inverted Showa cartridge fork; 275 mm (10.8 in.) travel
Pro-Link fully adjustable Showa single shock; 283 mm (11.1 in.) travel
70/100 – 19 front; 90/100 – 16 rear
Front 220 mm disc; rear 190 mm disc
336 mm (13.2 in.)
886 mm (31.4 in.)
1,285 mm (50.6 in.)
85 kg (187 lb) including required fluids and full tank of gas – ready to ride
2015 Honda CRF150RB – www.Totalmotorcycle.com European/UK Specifications/Technical Details
UK/European MSRP Price: £ (On The Road).
All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.
# Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.