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2009 Husqvarna TC450
2009 Husqvarna TC450

2009 Husqvarna TC450
2009 Husqvarna TC450

2009 Husqvarna TC450
2009 Husqvarna TC450

2009 Husqvarna TC450
2009 Husqvarna TC450


– 2009 Husqvarna TC450

2009 Husqvarna TC450

TE 450 – HUSQVARNA. The new TE 450 is an exact replica of the machine on which Antoine Meo won the latest round of the World Indoor Championships at the start of the 2008 season and that he has been using to compete in the Enduro World Championship Series.

Fitted with a lighter, more manageable frame, the 450 has had the same technical modifications as all the 2009 TE models: wave type brake discs, new swing arm calibration, new Sachs shock absorber and a new look with colour coded graphics and now a more compact, lighter headlamp unit.
The engine has a new oil pressure relief valve in the lubrication circuit, new lubrication roller bearings and a new oil filter. The exhaust valves are made of steel to ensure longer life and reliability. The gearbox has been updated to offer improved gear change speed and accuracy.

Gearbox design has seen changes in terms of: gear change linkage, lever and selector mechanisms. The 450 engine has also benefited from a new timing gear chain tensioner that was introduced to improve chain tension and reduce contact pressure. Thanks to this new design, component durability has been extended.

2009 sees the TC450 receive an updated frame with revised rigidity for improved rider feedback and internal engine updates aimed at improving gear shifting and general durability. The frame is also 1kg lighter than 2008. The full titanium exhaust system has been redesigned to deliver a more progressive power curve, front and rear suspension settings have been revised based on factory test rider feedback and the bike now has wavy brake discs front & rear.


New Features

NEW LIGHTER FRAME WITH DIFFERENT RIGIDITY
NEW BRAKE DISCS WAVE TYPE
NEW ENGINE LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE PROTECTIONS
NEW GRAPHICS AND COLOURS
NEW GEAR CONTROL
NEW STEEL DRIVE SHAFT FOR THE GEARBOX FORKS
NEW OIL FILTER
NEW DISTRIBUTION CHAIN SLIDER
NEW TITANIUM EXHAUST PIPE
NEW FORKS SETTINGS
NEW SHOCK ABSORBER SETTINGS

 

Features:

50mm Marzocchi Forks

Sachs Rear Shock

Wavy Discs

Brembo Brakes

Twin Cam 4V Engine

2 Year Warranty



General Specifications
Wheelbase 1495 mm
Overall length 2207 mm
Overall width 820 mm
Overall height 1285 mm
Seat height 968 mm
Min. ground clearance 300 mm
Dry weight 104.5 kg
Fuel tank capacity 7.2 litres

 

 

2009 Husqvarna TC450 Specifications
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Engine
Type Single cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4 valve
Bore 97 mm
Stroke 60.76 mm
Displacement 449 cc
Compression ratio 12.9 : 1
Starting Kick (with automatic decompressor)
Exhaust system Full titanium system (silencer and pipes)
Cooling Liquid-cooled
Radiator 2
Lubrication Dry sump with 2 oil pump rotors and cartridge filter
Ignition Digital C.D.I., with variable advance
Spark plug type NGK CR 8EB
Spark plug gap 0.7 mm
Carburetor Keihin FCR-MX 41
Clutch Wet, multi-plate, mechanic control
Driving disc number 8
Driven disc number 7

Chassis
Type Steel single tube cradle with steel round tubes
Rear frame in light alloy
Front suspension MARZOCCHI USD telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle compression and rebound stroke adjustment
Fork leg diameter 50 mm
Fork travel 300 mm
Rear suspension SACHS Progressive Soft Damp type with single hydraulic shock absorber, spring pre-load adjustment, compression and rebound adjustment (compression stroke – double adjustment)
Rear wheel travel 296 mm
Front brake 260 mm BREMBO fixed disc wave type with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Rear brake 240 mm BREMBO floating disc wave type with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Rim front 1.60″ x 21″, light alloy
Rim rear 2.15″ x 19″, light alloy
Tyre front 80/100-21″ PIRELLI 51R-MT 32A
Tyre rear 110/90-19″ PIRELLI NHS (57)-MT 32

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