INTRODUCING THE 2004 HONDAS

2004 CR125R

Changes for 2004
ú New electronic power valve for optimum valve timing and improved power throughout the range
ú TMX-x carburetor gets new throttle position sensor (TPS) for improved linear throttle response
ú New quick adjust clutch perch
ú New clutch lever to improve feel and action
ú New aluminum Renthal Bars (971 Bend)
ú New “non-slip” seat cover for increased rider control
ú New footpeg hinges prevent dirt accumulation for consistent footpeg angle
ú New Dunlop 742 front and 756 rear tires for improved bottom end power
ú New piston shape for improved horsepower throughout the range

CRF450R

For 2004, the mighty CRF450R tips the scales 3 pounds lighter, and features a more powerful engine and revised suspension, plus a host of refinements to make the best open-class four-stroke even better.

Features & Benefits New for 2004

  • A new, lighter piston provides quicker throttle response, with a recontoured crown that yields higher compression and improved torque over entire rpm range.
  • ACG cover now made from magnesium for reduced heat build-up and lighter weight.
  • New, lighter ACG improves throttle response and rideability.
  • Revised ignition timing enhances rideability.
  • Improved carburetor settings for sharper throttle response.
  • Revised gearing optimizes engine’s power output.
  • New exhaust system features a lighter silencer that’s positioned 50mm farther forward for optimum mass centralization.
  • New, longer-lasting silencer packing.
  • Aluminum 971 bend Renthal handlebars as standard equipment.
    * New quick-adjust clutch perch.
  • Front fork stanchions’ inner surfaces use same honing process as on works bikes for reduced friction. First-time use on a mass-production motocrosser.
  • Improved damping characteristics for plusher, smoother suspension action.
  • New footpeg hinges prevent dirt and mud build-up for consistent, flat footpeg position.
  • New non-slip seat cover for increased rider-control.
  • New front fender and front number plate for slimmer, more aggressive look and lighter weight.
  • New Dunlop 742 front and 756 rear tires for improved traction and cornering.
  • New fork guards, engine guards and front brake hose clamps redesigned to reduce weight.
  • Overall weight reduced by 3.0 pounds

    THE 2004 CR250R

    ú New aluminum Renthal Bars (971 Bend)
    ú New “non slip” seat cover for increased rider control
    ú New footpeg hinges prevent dirt accumulation for consistent footpeg angle
    ú Front fork tubes use same honing process as works bikes for less friction. First time on a mass production motocrosser
    ú Improved suspension damping characteristics for plusher, smoother suspension action
    ú New quick adjust clutch perch
    ú New clutch lever to improve feel and action
    ú New engine cases to improve mixture flow for improved bottom end power
    ú Redesigned free flowing reed valves for increased bottom end power
    ú TMX 38 carburetor gets new throttle position sensor (TPS) for improved linear throttle response
    ú Air cleaner connecting tube volume up 6.5%
    ú Shape and position of exhaust port changed for cleaner, crisper bottom end power
    ú New Dunlop 742 front and 756 rear tires for optimum traction & cornering
    ú New front fender and front number plate for slimmer more aggressive look and lighter weight
    ú New fork guards, engine guards and front brake hose clamps are redesigned to reduce weight

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