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Water cooled 150cc are here!

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Nope, not a Honda CRF150R.

Nope, not a Yamaha YZF150.

Not Suzuki, not Kawasaki, not KTM.

It's made by .... drum roll please ... LIFAN.

See eBay item #120016367392

It's sad that the big five get beat by China, even if the Lifan may, OR MAY NOT, be of lesser quality.

If / when they sell a "engine only" kit, I'm buying one just to see what it's like.

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ahh man u got me excited....i thought it was a 150cc dirt bike........butstilll thats cool

I would guess it's just a matter of a short time there will be a dirt version. Last winter a Lifan dealer near me said they are woking on a copy of the 1999 Yamaha YZF400, but he didn't say anything about this 150.

Honda needs to get going here. I'd love to see a water cooled CRF150R. Well, maybe I wouldn't love it, I'd have to buy one!

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Did anyone see the sticker on the tank? "dont drive after drinking wine" I guess that means this dozen beers are ok? LOL

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:ride: The new water cooled Unicam CRF150R/07 will be at the European dealer’s floor room end of September :applause:

There is a 17"/14" and a 19"/16" version, 5 gears, 37mm inverted forks, steel frame.

Prices in Denmark will be 6580$ and 6750$ for the large wheel version.

Below links to some pictures from the spare part catalog, :thumbsup: no pictures of the complete bike yet.

http://www.jo-service.dk/images/CRF150/forsid1.gif

http://www.jo-service.dk/images/CRF150/forsid2.gif

http://www.jo-service.dk/images/CRF150/forsid3.gif

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There is a 17"/14" and a 19"/16" version, 5 gears, 37mm inverted forks, steel frame.

Steel frame? Is Honda nuts?

Prices in Denmark will be 6580$ and 6750$ for the large wheel version.

You wouldn't happen to know what that would be in USD would you?

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Damn it looks like a seperate rear sub frame too! Thats is by biggest compaline about the 230. Every time I drop my bike I pray I did not bend the rear sub frame as that means a whole new frame in the CRF230 world. Cost is not the problem per say, the time and effort are the issue.

I bet the 230 gets the seperate sub frame pretty soon.

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You wouldn't happen to know what that would be in USD would you?

:thumbsup: It is in USD

Or in our money it is

CR 85 27995 kr

CR 85 BW 29995 kr

SX 85 35500 kr

CRF150R 38995 kr

CRF150R BW 39995

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:applause: The new water cooled Unicam CRF150R/07 will be at the European dealer’s floor room end of September :applause:

There is a 17"/14" and a 19"/16" version, 5 gears, 37mm inverted forks, steel frame.

Prices in Denmark will be 6580$ and 6750$ for the large wheel version.

Below links to some pictures from the spare part catalog, :thumbsup: no pictures of the complete bike yet.

http://www.jo-service.dk/images/CRF150/forsid1.gif

http://www.jo-service.dk/images/CRF150/forsid2.gif

http://www.jo-service.dk/images/CRF150/forsid3.gif

I saw that posted around here somewhere and have to call BS. Who knows what the parts diagrams are for and Honda's Denmark site makes no mention of this bike. You don't really think they would release it and not hype it do you? Also, do you really think it would release in Denmark before it was release in the US? Yeah, I know there is more to the world than the US but there is a lot of money in the US that is spent on dirtbikes and it would make no sence ot not sell it here.

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According to Dirt Rider were suppose to be seeing a YZ150F and CRF150R in about a year or so. I think that would be so sweet. They are supposed to be priced up with the 85's and are legal in the race class, and are water cooled with full mx suspension. I cant wait for them to come out there going to be neat little bikes.

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