2013 Husqvarna CR 50
The Husqvarna CR 50 was created to meet the demands of Australia’s junior racing fraternity. Thereby, the motorcycle is fitted with state of the art technologies and is packed with numerous features especially developed to offer top notch performances and first class comfort. Thanks to its faultless performances and build quality, the new 2013 Husqvarna CR 50 continues to be considered a benchmark in its category, just like its predecessors.
At the heart of the new Husqvarna CR 50 lies a single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled engine with a displacement of 49.0 cc. The engine is paired with a dual clutch transmission which “enables the Husqvarna CR 50 to be tailored to the individual requirements of both entry level and experienced riders alike.”
As far as suspensions go, the Husqvarna CR 50 is equipped with front MARZOCCHI telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle and a rear SACHS Progressive Soft Damp type shock absorber with spring pre-load adjustment.
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2013 Husqvarna CR 50
Engine:Single cylinder, 2-stroke
Transmission:Automatic centrifugal dry clutch
Husqvarna CR 50 Mini Cross motorcycles. The bold move by Husqvarna, to produce a competition specification machine of a high level of quality to meet the demands of Australia’s junior racing fraternity, is set to attract significant numbers of potential purchasers that are limited to a small number of manufacturers offering products in this popular market segment. The all new CR 50 represents the pinnacle of Husqvarna’s proven off road product development with the use of quality materials and components that in turn offer a standard equipment level that is sure to become the benchmark for the category.
The addition of a dual clutch transmission enables the CR 50 to be tailored to the individual requirements of both entry level and experienced riders alike. The opportunity to offer tomorrow’s potential champions such a competitive machine is sure to add to the Husqvarna brands already impressive market appeal.
|Engine Type||Single cylinder, 2-stroke|
|Compression ratio||7.12 : 1|
|Lubrication||Premix 50 : 1|
|Spark plug type||NGK BR 9ECM|
|Spark plug gap||0.7 mm|
|Carburetor||Dell’Orto PHBG 19|
|Clutch||Dry, centrifugal type|
|Type||Steel single tube, steel rear frame|
|Front suspension||MARZOCCHI conventional telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle|
|Fork leg diameter||32 mm|
|Fork travel||185 mm|
|Rear suspension||SACHS Progressive Soft Damp type with single hydraulic shock absorber, spring pre-load adjustment|
|Rear wheel travel||200 mm|
|Front brake||160 mm fixed disc and caliper with hydraulic control|
|Rear brake||140 mm fixed disc and caliper with hydraulic control|
|Rim front||1.50 x 12", light alloy|
|Rim rear||1.60 x 10", light alloy|
|Tyre front||60/100-12" 36M, Pirelli Scorpion|
|Tyre rear||2.75-10 37J NHS Pirelli Scorpion|
|Overall length||1400 mm|
|Overall width||655 mm|
|Overall height||880 mm|
|Seat height||680 mm|
|Min. ground clearance||250 mm|
|Dry weight||43.4 kg|
|Fuel tank capacity||2.7 litres|