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What does XR100R stand for?
The Honda XR100 a 100 cc, four stroke, single cylinder, off-road motorcycle produced by Honda from 1981 to 2003. In 1985 Honda began to refer to it as the Honda XR100R . The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke.
When did Honda stop making the XR100 dirt bike?
In 1985, Honda officially renamed it the XR100R and went to a single rear spring shock. When Did Honda Stop Making The XR100? Technically, the last year of the XR100 was in 2003. However, the CRF100F, which is virtually the same dirt bike, was built until 2016, when Honda transitioned to the CRF125.
What is the XR100 floor standing loudspeaker?
The XR100 Floor Standing Loudspeaker is sleek and contemporary in appearance while producing full range audio reproduction typical of much larger cabinet designs. Fine gloss wood finishes are offered in Black and Red Walnut (shown).
What kind of engine does a Honda XR 100 have?
Stiffer springs and an aftermarket frame cradle are a must if you’re going to race/jump this bike. The 100cc four-stroke air-cooled engine that powers the Honda XR 100 and CRF 100 has virtually stayed the same over the past few decades (other than the CDI ignition upgrade in ’92).