Honda CRF 450 R 2011


The CRF 450 R is a must for riders looking for the best machine to lead them to victory. Powered by a 4-stroke engine with the Unicam distribution system that delivers all its power at the slightest rotation of the throttle, the CRF 450 R still benefits from an aluminum frame and suspensions derived from those of the official machines, a package to which is now added the new progressive steering damper system HPSD.


The CRF 450 is powered by a 4-stroke 4-valve Unicam engine delivering 56 hp at 8,500 rpm and torque of 5.15 mkg at 7,000 rpm. Since 2009, it has benefited from a new injection fuel system with automatic adjustment which guarantees identical character and performance whatever the altitude..


Available as an option, the programming kit long developed by the HRC is very easy to use thanks to precise data which allows the machine to be optimized in all situations. The ignition timing and injection timing can be changed by connecting the machine to a computer and simply following the instructions provided. The system radically simplifies the tuning procedures and allows as many people as possible to personalize their settings. The machine is connected using a single connector and without the need to remove the fuel tank.


Lightweight and compact Honda HPSD progressive steering damper system developed by Honda to improve cornering efficiency and reduce rider fatigue. The HPSD progressive steering damper system consists of a compact damper placed between the steering column and the lower triple tree to limit excessive steering movements and facilitate straight-line riding.


– New longer and bulkier SUS exhaust silencer combined with a new airbox and new side covers for optimum torque and power sensations while reducing noise in accordance with FIM international standards.

– Robust 5th generation aluminum double beam frame with optimized rigidity to meet the characteristics of the new exhaust and optimize control.

– New chain guide simplifying maintenance and increasing service life.

– Concept of mass lowering and centralization delivering a feeling of optimal control and facilitating jumps and aerial movements.

– Powerful but light Unicam single cylinder with revised electronic control unit to improve starts and go-around.

– Kayaba fork with redesigned pistons, new seals and new settings for better operation and control.

– New, narrower intake duct to optimize low and mid-range power, torque feel and throttle control.

– Colors and new graphics inspired by official machines.

– Honda Progressive Steering Damper with larger piston to increase steering precision and stability with increased damping at low speeds.

– New fuel pump assembly with interchangeable filter for easy maintenance and increased longevity.

– Battery-less injection power system with new injector for greater efficiency at low and mid-range speeds, more progressive power and reduced consumption.

– Revised rear suspension with new settings for improved operation and better overall balance.

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      Honda CRF 450 R 2011

      • Frame
      • Frame: Double beam, single split aluminum cradle
      • Tank: 5.7 liters
      • Seat height: 954 mm
      • Length: 2191 mm
      • Width: 827 mm
      • Height: 1,273 mm
      • Wheelbase: 1491 mm
      • Weight in running order: 106.9 kg
      • Train before
      • Telehydraulic inverted fork Ø 48 mm, deb: 310 mm
      • 1 disc Ø 240 mm, 2 piston caliper
      • Front wheel:

        – 21

      Honda CRF 450 R 2011 technical

      • Transmission
      • 5-speed gearbox
      • Secondary chain transmission
      • Rear axle
      • Mono-shock, deb: 320 mm
      • 1 disc Ø 240 mm, 1 piston caliper
      • Rear wheel:

        – 19

      • Motor
      • Single cylinder
        , 4 stroke
      • Cooling: Liquid cooling
      • Injection Ø nc
      • 1 ACT
      • 4 valves per cylinder
      • 449.70 cc
        (96 x 62.1 mm)
      • 56
        at 8,500 rpm
      • 5.15 mkg
        at 7,000 rpm
      • Compression: 12: 1
      • Crit’air:

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