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2007 Honda CRF230F
2007 Honda CRF230F

 

– 2007 Honda CRF230F

2007 Honda CRF230F

With electric starting, long-travel suspension and the dependable power of a 223cc four-stroke engine, the CRF230F is the ideal bike for recreational users who are discovering the world of off-road riding.

 

Features & Benefits

Engine/Drivetrain

– Dependable 223cc single-cylinder air-cooled four-stroke engine offers plenty of user-friendly power and torque spread over a wide rpm-range.

– 26mm carburetor for crisp throttle response.

– Electric start for ease of starting.

– Lightweight aluminum crankcase.

– Maintenance-free CD ignition.

– Heavy-duty clutch offers smooth, progressive engagement.

– Smooth-shifting, versatile six-speed transmission.

– Heavy-duty O-ring-sealed chain for durability and reduced maintenance.

 

Chassis/Suspension

– Box-section aluminum swingarm first in its class.

– Lightweight semi-double-cradle high-tensile steel frame.

– 37mm leading-axle Showa front fork offers 9.5 inches of suspension travel.

– Fork boots keep dirt and moisture away from fork seals.

– Heavy-duty Showa rear shock offers 9.0 inches of travel.

– Pro-Link® rear suspension rides on needle bearings for smooth action and durability.

– Snail-type chain adjusters for easy maintenance.

– Powerful 240mm front disc brake.

– Lightweight rear drum brake.

– Strong, lightweight rims with straight-pull spokes.

 

Additional Features

– CRF®-R-inspired bodywork and graphics.

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

– Motocross-style seat is low and comfortable, and allows maximum rider movement.

– Large 2.2-gallon plastic fuel tank and thrifty four-stroke engine for long range.

– Easily detachable number plate.

– High-impact plastic skid-plate protects lower engine cases.

– Folding shift lever.

– Reusable foam air filter for reduced maintenance costs.

– Front and rear steel sprockets for durability.

– High-quality handlebar with comfortable grips.

– Extra-wide-cleated, folding, self-cleaning footpegs and brake pedal for secure footing.

– Quiet, USDA-qualified spark arrester/muffler.

– Maintenance-free sealed battery.

– Keyed ignition switch.

– Transferable six-month limited warranty.

– Purchase of a new, previously unregistered Honda unit by an individual retail user in the United States qualifies the owner for a one-year complimentary membership in the Honda Rider’s Club of America™ (HRCA®). Benefits include online access to the Honda Common Service Manual, six issues of the bimonthly Honda Red Rider™ magazine, travel discounts, trip routing, MSF reimbursement, plus access to the HRCA Web site (www.hrca.honda.com). Look for the HRCA support team at select off-road events across the country. For details on the HRCA, dealers should call (310) 783-3958, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time.

 

Specifications

Model: CRF230F

Engine Type: 223cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke

Bore and Stroke: 65.5mm x 66.2mm

Compression Ratio: 9.0:1

Valve Train: SOHC; two-valve

Carburetion: 26mm piston-valve

Ignition: CD

Transmission: Six-speed

Final Drive: #520 O-ring-sealed chain; 13T/50T

Suspension
Front: 37mm leading-axle Showa fork; 9.5 inches travel
Rear: Pro-Link Showa single shock with spring preload adjustability; 9.0 inches travel

Brakes
Front: Single 240mm disc
Rear: Drum

Tires
Front: 80/100-21
Rear: 100/100-18

Wheelbase: 54.1 inches

Rake (Caster Angle): 27.3°

Trail: 112mm (4.4 inches)

Seat Height: 34.1 inches

Ground Clearance: 11.7 inches

Dry Weight: 238 pounds

Fuel Capacity: 2.2 gallons, including 0.4-gallon reserve

Color: Red

Meets current CARB and EPA standards.


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