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    a bit fu*kin' angry but fun for sure
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    a bit fu*kin' angry but fun for sure
  4. Lee450

    Honda CRF450R (2006)

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  8. n2fooz

    Honda CRF450R (2006)

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    Fun and FAST
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    Coming off the 13 model CRF450R to the 16 model. The 16 seems more a bit more powerful..handeling, etc pretty much the same as the 13, however only have 3.2 hrs so far.
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    Love my bike
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    Factory Connection, Proprietary Honda Mapping, Red rims, Yoshimura exhaust, 13/49 gearing, Cycra Powerflow plastics, AVIK designs custom graphics. Love to ride this bike so much!
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    Faster than a speeding bullet!!
  13. zaphy

    Honda CRF450R (2004)

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    It has been a good bike for a very long time, the usual engine issues for that age of bike but nothing major
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    Crf450r 2009
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    Awesome bike, not a fan of the air forks. Probably due to my lack of knowledge about the system
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    Its a 10 year old motocross bike, with very low hours. Perfect for an Enduro conversion. This bike astounds me. One day I'm riding MX on a track, the next I'm riding in the desert on single track. Its unstoppable, and just so easy and forgiving. I love this bike.
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    Great Bike Ride Red
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    I think its the $#!ZZY lots of power, perfect balance of power to wait ratio, and too much fun. People that own 450s like to complain there too much power... that's like saying "I GOT TO MUCH MONEY"<br /> no such thing my friends, I love it and when I race it I want to be in front of the pack so is not to get roost all over my pretty face.HA
  19. Syxx

    Honda CRF450R (2015)

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    The bike turns like nothing else. You can rail the outside, you can pivot, you can cut out and across lines, everything. It feels crazy light. Even compared to the 350. Though, lifting it onto the stand seems to tell a different story. Must be from all the lowering of where the weight is that Honda is doing. The motor is strong but so easy to ride. You can ride it however you want. The maps are interesting. Map 2 (Mellow) is noticeably smoother. It's a little weird because I found myself almost blowing a couple of corners because I was actually going a little faster than I had anticipated. It feels really mellow but hooks up. Map 3 (Aggressive) isn't too far off of the stock map. Maybe just a tad barkier. Would be great in tracks where they mix a lot of sand and sawdust in. I liked the stock map the best. I rode with the forks setup to stock settings and 35PSI. I had no complaints. I'm still getting used to the feel of the geometry of the bike so I don't know yet what I would do to make them any better at this point. I honestly didn't think they felt weird or anything. This is the first air fork I've ever ridden with and I didn't notice anything weird. It was very predictable. The shock was also very good. No complains, though I think it this is where I am probably going to start adjusting first. I think what I liked the most was the ergo's. I always felt like I was forward and attacking. The KTMs were like the complete opposite to me. That front brake is awesome. Rivals the KTM. Rear brake felt a bit vague in comparison though. Maybe I just need to get used to it. This is a very confidence inspiring bike. My only complaint... Now my white boots and white parts of my plastic where I grip with my knees are covered in aluminum dust..
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    Great Bike, Powerful and Reliable
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    I love it.
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