2010 Husqvarna WR300

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2010 Husqvarna WR300
2010 Husqvarna WR300

2010 Husqvarna WR300
2010 Husqvarna WR300

– 2010 Husqvarna WR300

2010 Husqvarna WR300

WR 300 – HUSQVARNA. The WR300 started life as a transformation kit for the WR250 but in 2008 it became a fully fledged member of the Husqvarna family and has been hugely popular with enthusiasts of this category.

As a perfect replica of the machine raced by Seb Guillaume in Class E3 of the Enduro World Championship series was a real winner against its more powerful, bigger four-stroke rivals. The WR 300 always offers the rider progressive, useable power but, at the same time, is capable of superb performance when power alone is what counts.

Kayaba and Sachs components look after suspension and calibration has been carefully worked out so as to make the bike flexible and easy to handle on slower, rough surfaces. The new exhaust pipe has been completely redesigned taking advantage of lessons learned in the World Championships.

Like the whole 2010 Husqvarna range, the WR 300 has new stronger plastics and graphics.

2010 Husqvarna WR300 – Specifications

Type Single cylinder, 2-stroke, reed valve and H.T.S. valve with mechanical control on exhaust port
Bore 72 mm
Stroke 72 mm
Displacement 293.1 cc
Compression ratio 6.9 : 1
Starting Kick
Cooling Liquid-cooled
Radiator 2
Lubrication Premix 50 : 1
Ignition Electronic C.D.I., analogue type with variable advance
Spark plug type NGK BR 8EG
Spark plug gap 0.6 – 0.7 mm
Carburetor Mikuni TMX 38
Clutch Wet, multi-plate, mechanic control
Driving disc number 8
Driven disc number 7

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 18″, light alloy
Tyre front 90/90-21″ MICHELIN Enduro Competition 3
Tyre rear 140/80-18″ MICHELIN Enduro Competition 3

Electrical Equipment
Voltage 12 V
Head light 35/35 W
Pilot light 3 W
Tail light 5 W
Stop light 21 W
Turn signal 10 W

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