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– 2010 Husqvarna CR50
2010 Husqvarna CR50
The history of motocross was written by Husqvarna. Since introducing two-stroke engines in the 60s to returning to four-strokes in the 90s, it has always been Husqvarna that set the rules in this sport.
Thanks to development work carried out during the motocross world championships by the official team, the team manager and the test rider Andrea Bartolini, Husqvarna can now offer a completely renewed range of two and four-stroke machines for 2010.
Reinforced, redesigned frames, new suspension, new exhaust systems and a new modern, aggressive look are the main features that the following motocross models all share: CR 125, TC 250, TC 450.
Summary of new items on motocross models for 2010:
– NEW IPD (IN–MOULD PLASTIC DECORATION) GRAPHICS ON TANK SIDES AND NUMBER PLATE HOLDER
– NEW STRONGER, MORE FLEXIBLE PLASTICS
– NEW 48 MM SEALED CARTRIDGE KAYABA FORKS
– NEW FORK CLAMPS FOR KAYABA FORKS
– NEW EXHAUST PIPE (CR125) FOR IMPROVED POWER DISTRIBUTION
– NEW SILENCER (CR 125)
– FRAME REINFORCED AT CRITICAL POINTS
– REAR SWING ARM SHORTENED BY 15 MM (TC) FOR IMPROVED TRACTION AND HANDLING
– NEW RADIATOR CONNECTORS AND HOSES. (TC MODELS ONLY)
– NEW MORE POWERFUL WATER PUMP (TC ONLY)
– NEW SACHS REAR SHOCK ABSORBER (CR 125)
2010 Husqvarna CR50 – Specifications
MSRP: $TBA USD
TDA. See Husqvarna.