2007 Sherco 5.1 4T enduro

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More mature, better finished and more effective. Several new components and a totally new look are the main characteristics of the new 5.1 Enduro models.

Improved reliability and efficiency

The motorcycles are more mature, better finished and more effective.
The changes and updates are the fruit of an aggressive racing campaign conducted by our racing department and our official factory riders.

The teams competed in the Enduro World Championship as well as other prestigious races; the lessons learned in these competitions have been applied to the 2007 4.5i and 5.1i Enduro and Supermotard models. These models have been completely renewed in order to achieve improved reliability, a greater dynamic efficiency and a totally new image. These objectives were achieved through the interaction of the riders and Sherco R & D department.

The end result is a motorcycle with a stronger frame, higher quality components, totally new appearance, improved engine management and the ability to choose ignition operating curves.

Another notable aspect of the new Sherco’s is that the original equipment components are of extremely high quality, similar to what is usually offered in the after market. This is usually not the case with most other brands, this choice of factory installed components guarantees the end user a more efficient and reliable machine from day one.

Sherco 5.1 4T enduro


These machines will come from the factory prepared to confront the most exacting competitive situations a rider will face. The most significant changes are in respect to the suspensions.

The new models that will be designated as “Factory Replicas” will utilize the same ölhins rear shock as used by the Sherco racing team. The front end receives a new set of billet triple clamps. The electrical system has been redesigned and simplified for the racing application; they are also equipped with a new muffler that enhances the performance of the engine. The new Sherco’s receive new racing graphics that distinguish them from the standard models and incorporate more black in the bodywork which matches the frame.

The Sherco riders in the Enduro World Championship have experienced a mixed amount of luck in the first three rounds of the Championship: Ostesund (Sweden), Puerto Lumbreras (Spain), Mario de Canavezes (Portugal). The best rider on the French mark has been Jordan Curvalle, who is riding the Sherco 5.i 4T who is currently in 10th place in the Enduro I class.

He credits his consistency on the good handling characteristics of his Sherco and his ability to finish around tenth in all three rounds of the competition, very near the current MX Champion of the World Fréderic Bolley.

Sherco 5.1 4T enduro

Notable changes to the 2007 5.1i Enduro model


  • Increased horsepower
  • Improved fuel consumption
  • Modified flywheel for improved operating characteristics
  • Faster warm-up in cold conditions
  • New starter anti return system
  • Modified flywheel for improved operating characteristics
  • Ability to choose from two power curves (soft and fun) by means of a switch
  • New crankcase venting systems for improved water resistance and less contamination
  • New reduced maintenance battery
  • New clutch disks, stronger and more efficient
  • Improved hot starting system
  • More powerful and better protected electric system

Chasis changes

  • New front and rear hubs
  • Black anodized Excel rims
  • More consistent braking thanks to new Teflon brake lines and a new rear master cylinder
  • Black anodized triple clamps
  • Reinforced black painted frame
  • New top clamp that allows the handlebar location to be adjusted
  • Reinforced rear suspension linkage with improved sealing
  • New handlebar protection pad
  • New aluminum crankcase guard
  • Reinforced footpeg mounting brackets
  • New lateral protectors of the chassis
  • New muffler heat shield
  • New reinforced and more efficient chain guide
  • Black anodized handlebars
  • New gray and black color plastic
  • New battery location with improved thermal protection
  • New brush guards

Sherco 5.1 4T enduro


Displacement: 510.40 ccm (31.14 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 4
Bore x stroke: 95.0 x 72.0 mm (3.7 x 2.8 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. Electronic fuel injection/digital engine management: Magneti Marelli
Fuel control: SOHC
Ignition: Electronic
Starter: Electric & kick
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 6-speed

  • Final drive: Chain
  • Clutch: Hydraulic, multidisc in oil bath

Physical measures
Dry weight: 109.0 kg (240.3 pounds)
Seat height: 900 mm (35.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Ground clearance: 325 mm (12.8 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,485 mm (58.5 inches)
Frame type: Built from Chrome-molybdenum forming a single structure.

  • Front suspension: Paioli 38mm dia hydraulic telescope fork, fully adjustable for preload and dampening.
  • Front suspension travel: 295 mm (11.6 inches)
  • Rear suspension: Progressive system with single Paioli absorber with aluminium structure and fully adjustable (four regulation types), linked to the centre of the chassis and pushed by the swing arm through an articulated rod system.
  • Rear suspension travel: 300 mm (11.8 inches)


  • Front brakes: Single disc
  • Rear brakes: Single disc

Exhaust system: Stainless Steel pipe with single aluminium muffler 
Fuel capacity: 8.50 litres (2.25 gallons)

Sherco 5.1 4T enduro

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