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WE BUILD A 21 YEAR OLD CR125 THAT COULD WIN TODAY


The old dog knows a few new trciks

VIDEO: HONDA MOTO MACHINES FROM 1973 TO 2013


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2012 NEW MOTOCROSS BIKE BUYERS GUIDE: THE 2012 HONDA CRF50, CRF70, CRF80, CRF100, CRF150, CRF250 & CRF450


2012 HONDA CRF450 Press release: Since its introduction, the CRF450R has served as the standard by which all other bikes are judged in the big-bore class of motocross machines. In 2012, Honda raises the bar once again with a host of improvements that will help the CRF450R stay at the head of the pack. A new, stiffer fork outer among other refinements bring a more solid feel to the front end, and stiffer fork springs , revised suspension settings front and rear plus a new shock linkage yield improved tra…

ASK THE MXPERTS: 2001 HONDA CR125


Dear MXA,     Can you get the rear suspension settings for a 2001 Honda CR125?  I need a good starting point.     For hardcore racing we recommended this shock set-up:     Spring rate: 4.6 kg/mm     Race sag: 100mm     High compression: 1.5 turns out (1 stock)     Low compression: 8 clicks out (9 stock)     Rebound: 20 clicks out (24 stock)     Notes: For faster riders we recommen…

ASK THE MXPERTS: What Are The Best 2003 Honda CR125 Set-Up Tricks?


ASK THE MXPERTS:  2003 HONDA CR125 TRICKS Dear MXA,    I just bought a 2003 CR125 and am interested in what you recommend that I do to it.    Here is what we recommend for the 2003 CR125: Jetting: We ran a 430 main, 40 pilot, 6DGY22-71 needle, the first clip and 1-1/4 turns on the air screw. Pipe: Exhaust pipes were the most effective change that could be made to the 2003 powerband. We ran a Pro Circuit pipe. Head: We ran a 2002 CR125 cylinder head on our 2003 model. This increa…

INTRODUCING THE 2008 HONDA CRF150R


  Engine/Drivetrain High-Performance Unicam? cylinder head design (see Technology Section) Lightweight, compact, internal auto decompression and handlebar-mounted hot-start system provide easy starting, hot or cold. Compact, lightweight engine assembly weighs only 43.6 pounds. Crankshaft is made of high-strength, low-carbon steel with carburized main journals for maximum durability at sustained high-rpm operation. Forged 11.7:1-compression slipper piston and rings are lighter than a conventional des…

2006 HONDA CR125 TEST


The fate of the 125cc two-stroke has everyone in the motorcycle industry in a conundrum. While they are committed to continue producing 250 two-strokes, largely because unit sales are larger and the machines are still competitive in the AMA 250 Supercross series, the 125 two-stroke isn’t so secure. The ax fell on the Kawasaki KX125 this year, and the nervous Nellies are anxiously looking around to see who might be next on the chopping block.   So who is sitting under Damocles’ sword? We aren’t tell…

SEE THE 2006 HONDAS. ALTHOUGH THE TWIN-PIPER IS STILL A SECRET


CRF450R New for 2006 – Engine cases have been changed to tilt the engine forward and lower the crankshaft 5mm compared to the 2005 CRF®450R for improved turning and maneuverability. – Engine placement lowers center of gravity for improved weight feel. – Radiators are mounted 5mm lower for lower center of gravity and improved weight feel. – Newly designed water pump impeller increases water pump seal life. – New intake valve seat material improves valve durability. – New carburetor needle for better…

ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR 2004 BIKE?


Get Motocross Action’s simple setup tips for your 2004 motocross bikes

HONDA SPECS OF THE 2005 CR125R


An all-new 125cc engine makes the 2005 Honda CR125R the most potent two-stroke in its class. Features & Benefits New for 2005 – New crankcase intake tract and six-petal reed valve for more efficient air flow and improved drivability. – New thicker reed plates for better off-idle response. – Redesigned cylinder and cylinder head for improved power. – New crankshaft design for improved performance. – New piston features single keystone piston ring for improved sealing. – Revised coolant flow for impro…