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2006 Honda CRF80F
2006 Honda CRF80F

 

– 2006 Honda CRF80F

CRF80F

Legendary for its built-in toughness and exciting performance, the CRF80F is a favorite among young riders who are ready to step up to a manual-shift machine with big-bike features.

 

Features & Benefits

Engine/Drivetrain

– Durable, proven and simple 80cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine develops smooth, tractable power that’s ideal for beginners.

– Ultra-reliable CD ignition never needs maintenance.

– 20mm carburetor for crisp throttle response.

– Closed crankcase vent system safeguards against engine oil contamination.

– Primary kickstarting for easy starts in any gear.

– Lightweight, upswept competition-type exhaust system utilizes a quiet, USDA-qualified muffler/spark arrester.

– Durable, smooth-shifting five-speed transmission.

– Heavy-duty clutch with smooth, progressive engagement.

 

Chassis/Suspension

– Lightweight high-tensile steel frame is rigid, durable and offers ideal geometry for recreational off-roading.

– Leading-axle 27mm Showa front fork offers 5.5 inches of compliant suspension travel.

– Pro-Link® rear suspension with box-section swingarm offers 4.3 inches of wheel travel.

– Heavy-duty Showa rear shock offers a smooth ride.

– Knobby tires offer excellent grip and long life.

– Lightweight screw-type drive chain adjusters for simple maintenance.

– Powerful, lightweight drum brakes.

 

Additional Features

– CRF®-R-inspired graphics.

– Engine design produces low emissions and meets California Air Resources Board (CARB) off-road emissions standards.

– Keyed ignition switch provides added security.

– Durable body components.

– Large-capacity fuel tank and thrifty four-stroke engine for extended range.

– CR®-style seat shape accommodates a broad range of rider sizes.

– Generous ground clearance and rugged skidplate for undercarriage protection.

– CR-shape handlebar enhances rider comfort.

– High-quality controls feature comfortable grips, dogleg levers and side-pull throttle just like those of the bigger CRFs and XR™s.

– Cleated, folding, self-cleaning footpegs offer secure footing.

– Fork gaiters help protect stanchion tubes and fork seals.

– Silver-painted frame and footpegs.

– Durable steel sprockets.

– Washable, reusable foam air filter.

– Front suspension spring and damping rates for improved rider comfort and bump absorption.

– Transferable six-month limited warranty; extended warranty available with a Honda Protection Plan.

– Ownership includes one-year complimentary membership for an individual in the Honda Rider’s Club of America™ (HRCA®). Benefits include: discounts, travel benefits, roadside assistance, one year of Honda Red Rider™ magazine, access to HRCA Clubhouse Web site (www.hrca.honda.com) and access online to Honda Common Service Manual. For HRCA details, call 1-800-847-HRCA. For dealers only, please call (310) 783-3958.

 

Specifications

Model: CRF80F

Engine Type: 80cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke

Bore and Stroke: 47.5mm x 45mm

Compression Ratio: 9.7:1

Valve Train: SOHC; two-valve

Carburetion: 20mm piston-valve

Ignition: CD

Transmission: Five-speed

Final Drive: #420 chain; 14T/46T

Suspension
Front: 27mm leading-axle Showa fork; 5.5 inches travel
Rear: Pro-Link Showa single shock; 4.3 inches travel

Brakes
Front: Drum
Rear: Drum

Tires
Front: 2.50-16
Rear: 3.60-14

Wheelbase: 47.6 inches

Rake (Caster Angle): 28.02°

Trail : 74mm (2.9 inches)

Seat Height: 28.9 inches

Ground Clearance: 8.6 inches

Dry Weight: 154 pounds

Fuel Capacity: 1.5 gallons, including 0.3-gallon reserve

Color : Red

Meets current CARB and EPA standards.

 


Suggested Retail Price: $2,019.00


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