Honda XR 100 specs

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Honda XR 100 specs
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The Honda XR 100 was an off-road dirt bike that was released in 2003, then replaced by the CR250 in 2004. Since only used models are available in 2010, they are available for less than retail price--used models are available online for between £650 and £1,300, which is a price that is lower than retail but not so low that it guarantees the bike will need constant, expensive repairs.


The Honda XR 100 weighs 74.8 Kilogram when empty and unloaded. The adjustable seat is 2 feet, 6 inches off the ground when it is at its lowest setting. The length and width are 6 feet 2 inches and 2 feet, 8 inches, respectively. The fuel tank can hold 1.5 gallons of gasoline.


The engine has one cylinder, and it is a four-stroke engine. This means that combustion is a four-step process: intake (when the gas enters the cylinder), compression (when the piston compresses it) power (when the spark plug lights it) and exhaust (when the waste blows out the exhaust pipe). The single cylinder means there is only one cylinder and piston.

The cylinder holds 99 CCs of gas, which means it is not a terribly powerful piece of machinery. The bore and stroke are both around 2 inches. This means that the piston is 2 inches in diameter by 2 inches long. This means that the piston moves 2 inches every time the engine fires.


The front and rear brake are both expanding drum brakes, and they are controlled separately by the driver.

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