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1983
Honda CR60R'83 The CR series was also known in previous years as the Elsinore, but for 1983 the bike was known as a CR60R'83. It came in one color: Flash Red. The "60R" swingarm logo was black and silver. It had a blue solo seat with white "CR" graphics on each side at the rear. The Carburetor was 22mm (a larger one came the following year). The engine was a 58cc 2-stroke reed valve single cylinder. The transmission had six speeds. The serial number began JH2DE0101DK000012.

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Clymer Honda : Honda CR60R-125R Pro-Link, 1981-1988
1984 Honda CR60R'84

1984 Honda CR60R'84
The CR60R'84 also came in just the one color: Flash Red. The "60R" swingarm logo was red and white. It had a blue solo seat with white "CR" graphics on each side at the rear. The Carburetor was 24mm (up from the previous year). The front number plate was enlarged to cover the upper fork tubes. The engine was a 58cc 2-stroke reed valve single cylinder.
Engine: Two-stroke 59cc
Power: 13 hp
Transmission: Six-speed
Suspension: Pro-Link™ rear suspension
Wheelbase: 1070mm (42.1 in.)
Dry weight: 53 kg (116.8 lb)
Seat height: 720mm (28.3 in.)
Front wheel travel: 205mm (8.1 in.)
Rear wheel travel: 210mm (8.3 in.)
The serial number began JH2DE0101EK100015.

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Clymer Honda : Honda CR60R-125R Pro-Link, 1981-1988
1985 Honda
CR60R'85 CR60R'85

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Clymer Honda : Honda CR60R-125R Pro-Link, 1981-1988