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Honda CR80
Manufacturer
Also called CR80RB Expert,
Production 1980 - 2016
Class Motocross
Successor Honda CR85
Engine
single cylinder, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 47.5mm x 45.0mm
Compression ratio 9.7:1
Fuel System carburettor. 20mm piston-valve carburator
Ignition cd
Spark Plug NGK BR9ES '80-83 , '84
NGK BR10EG '85-02 , '96-02
Transmission Gear box: 5-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: automatic
Suspension Front: 27.0mm leading-axle showa fork
Rear: pro-link showa single shock
Brakes Front: expanding brake (drum brake)
Rear: expanding brake (drum brake)
Front Tire 2.50-16
Rear Tire 3.60-14
Wheelbase 35.98 inches (914 mm)
Length 71.34 inches (1812 mm)
Width 30.39 inches (772 mm)
Seat Height 28.9 inches (734 mm)
Weight 154.1 pounds (69.9 Kg) (dry), 73.9 kg (wet)
Fuel Capacity 1.3 Gallon (4.92 Liters)
Competition Kawasaki KX80, Yamaha YZ80, Suzuki RM80
Manuals Service Manual

Brochures ·


The Honda CR80R was a 80cc single cylinder, two-stroke motocross motorcycle produced by Honda between 1980 and 2016.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. A 47.5mm bore x 45.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 80.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a single overhead cams (sohc).

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the automatic.

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 2.50-16 front tire and a 3.60-14 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via expanding brake (drum brake) in the front and a expanding brake (drum brake) in the rear. The front suspension was a 27.0mm leading-axle showa fork while the rear was equipped with a pro-link showa single shock. The CRF80F was fitted with a 1.3 Gallon (4.92 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 154.1 pounds (69.9 Kg). The wheelbase was 35.98 inches (914 mm) long.

1980 CR80R Elsinore[edit]


  • Available color: Tahitian Red
  • Engine color: red
  • Seat: black with a red "CR80R" logo
  • Tubular swingarm: red
  • Fuel tank was steel
  • It also had twin rear shocks
  • Engine: 80cc 2-stroke reed valve, air-cooled single cylinder
  • Transmission: 6-speed
  • Serial number began: HE02-5000020.
  • Spark Plug: NGK B9ES

1981 CR80R Elsinore[edit]

1981 Honda CR80R


came in just the one color: Tahitian Red. The engine color was red. The fuel tank stripe was white. The seat was black with a white "80R" logo. The box-section swingarm was silver. The fuel tank was steel. It also had twin rear shocks. The engine was an 80cc 2-stroke reed valve, air-cooled single cylinder with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE0201BK100009.

1981 Honda Motorcycle Full-Line Brochure

1982[edit]

1982 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'82 was no longer called Elsinore but it was still available in Tahitian Red. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were black. The fuel tank was plastic, not steel. The seat was black with a white "80R" logo. The rear suspension was Pro-link. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 80cc 2-stroke reed valve, air-cooled single cylinder with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE0201CK200015.


1983[edit]

1983 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'83 was available in Flash Red. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were black. The fuel tank was plastic, not steel. The seat was blue with a white "CR" logo. The swingarm decal was black. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 79cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE0400DK000001.

1984[edit]

1984 Honda CR80R
1984 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'84 was available in Flash Red. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were black and shaped a little differently. The fuel tank was plastic. The seat (now thinner) was blue with a white "CR" logo. The swingarm decal "80R" was red and white. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 80cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder with a 6-speed transmission. An ATAC™ exhaust valve was added..

  • Engine: Liquid-cooled two-stroke 80cc with ATAC™
  • Power: 21 hp
  • Suspension: Pro-Link™ rear suspension
  • Wheelbase: 1230mm (48.4 in.)
  • Dry weight: 62 kg (136.6 lb)
  • Seat height: 805mm (31.7 in.)
  • Front wheel travel: 240mm (9.4 in.)
  • Rear wheel travel: 255mm (10 in.)
  • The serial number began JH2HE040XEK100009.
  • Spark Plug changed to: NGK BR9ES

1985[edit]


The CR80R'85 was available in Flash Red. The fuel tank wing decal was red, white, and blue. The fuel tank decal "80" was red and blue. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were black. The seat was blue with a white "CR" logo. The "PRO-Link" swingarm decal was solid blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder with a 6-speed transmission. An ATAC™ exhaust valve was added. The serial number began JH2HE040XFK200001.

1986[edit]

1986 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'86 was available in Flash Red. The bike had a front disc brake. The "80" fuel tank decal was red, outlined in white. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were black. The seat was blue with a white outline "CR" logo. The "PRO-Link" swingarm decal was blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The ATAC™ exhaust valve was deleted. The serial number began JH2HE0404GK300001.

1987[edit]

1987 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'87 was available in Flash Red. The bike had a front disc brake. The "80" fuel tank decal was white. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were black. The seat was blue with a solid white "CR" logo. The "PRO-Link" swingarm decal was blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The ATAC™ exhaust valve was deleted. The serial number began JH2HE0409HK400001.


1988[edit]

1988 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'88 was available in Fighting Red. The bike had a front disc brake. The "CR 80" fuel tank decal was white. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were white. The seat was red with a white "HONDA" logo. The "PRO-Link" swingarm decal was blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE0408JK500001.


1989[edit]

1989 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'89 was available in Fighting Red. The bike had a front disc brake. The "HONDA 80R" and new style wing decal was white. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were white. The seat was red with a white "CR" logo. The "PRO-Link" swingarm decal was blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE0408JK500001.

1990[edit]

1990 Honda CR80R
1990 Honda CR80R



The CR80R'90 was available in Flash Red with Shasta White. The bike had a front disc brake. The "HONDA CR" wing decal was blue with a white outline. The frame was Shasta White. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were white. The seat was red with a white "CR" logo. The "PRO-Link" swingarm decal was blue outline. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE040*LK700001.

1991[edit]

1991 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'91 was available in Flash Red with Ross White. The bike had a front disc brake. The "CR" tank logo was white, yellow, and orange. The frame was Ross White. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were white. The seat was red with a white graphic. The "80R" swingarm graphic was red. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE040*MK800001.

1992[edit]

1992 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'92 was available in Nuclear Red with Shasta White. The bike had a front disc brake. The fuel tank was white with a red "CR" logo with blue outline. The fuel tank wing logo was deleted. The rear wheel received a disc brake. The frame was Ross White. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were red. The seat was red with a white "HONDA" logo. The "80R" swingarm graphic was blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE040*NK900001.


1993[edit]

1993 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'93 was available in Nuclear Red with Shasta White. The fuel tank was white with a blue "CR" logo with white outline. The red color is a deeper red. The frame was Ross White. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were red. The seat was red with a white "HONDA" logo. The "80R" swingarm graphic was blue. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE040*PK000001.


1994[edit]

1994 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'94 was available in Nuclear Red with Shasta White. The fuel tank was white with a fluorescent yellow "CR" logo with purple outline. The red color is a deeper red. The frame was Ross White. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were red. The seat was red with a white "HONDA" logo. The "80R" swingarm graphic was a purple outline. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE040*RK100001.


1995[edit]

1995 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'95 was available in Nuclear Red with Shasta White. The fuel tank was white with a fluorescent yellow "CR" logo with purple outline. The engine color was black. The number plate panels were red. The seat was red with a white "HONDA" logo. The "80R" swingarm graphic was fluorescent. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The serial number began JH2HE040*RK100001.


1996[edit]

CR80R[edit]

1996 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'96 was sold in 1996 which came in one color: Nuclear Red with Ross White. It had the distinctive "Team Honda" Red, White, and Black colors. The "CR" logos were fluorescent yellow. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The Serial number began JH2HE040*TK300001.

CR80RB[edit]

1996 Honda CR80RB


The CR80RB'96, called the "Expert," was sold in 1996 and came in one color: Nuclear Red with Ross White. The fuel tank logo was the same as the "standard" CR80R'96 with the distinctive "Team Honda" Red, white, and black. The "HONDA" logo on the seat was white. Both the front fender and rear were red. The front wheel was larger (19") and the rear wheel was 16". The swingarm was also 1.2" longer than the CR80R'96. The "CR" logo was fluorescent yellow. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The Serial number began JH2HE043*TK000001. Haynes repair manual number 2222

1997[edit]

CR80R[edit]

1997 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'97 was sold in 1997 which came in one color: Nuclear Red. The fuel tank logo was redesigned to include a yellow "HONDA" wing logo. The front fork leg protectors were white. The "CR" logo on the seat was black. The front fender was red while the rear fender was white. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The Serial number began JH2HE040*VK400001.

CR80RB[edit]

1997 Honda CR80RB


The CR80RB'97, called the "Expert," was sold in 1997 and came in one color: Nuclear Red. The fuel tank logo was redesigned to include a yellow "HONDA" wing logo. The front fork leg protectors were white. The "CR" logo on the seat was black. The front fender was red while the rear fender was white. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The Serial number began JH2HE043*VK100001.

1998[edit]

CR80R[edit]

1998 Honda CR80R


The CR80R'98 was sold in 1998 which came in one color: Nuclear Red with Ross White. The fuel tank logo was redesigned again. The front fork leg protectors were white. The "CR" logo on the seat was white. Both the front fender and rear were red. The front brake master cylinder and lever are the same as the 1998 CR125R and CR250R. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The Serial number began JH2HE040*WK500001.

CR80RB[edit]

1998 Honda CR80RB


The CR80RB'98, called the "Expert," was sold in 1998 and came in one color: Nuclear Red with Ross White. The fuel tank logo was redesigned again. The front fork leg protectors were white. The "CR" logo on the seat was white. Both the front fender and rear were red. The front brake master cylinder and lever are the same as the 1998 CR125R and CR250R. The wheel rims were aluminum alloy. Both wheels have disc brakes. The rear tire is a Dunlop K695. The bike now came with a removable triangular side stand. The engine was an 83cc 2-stroke reed valve, liquid-cooled single cylinder. The cylinder was Nikasil® with a 6-speed transmission. The Serial number began JH2HE043*WK200001.


2001[edit]

2001 Honda CR80 in Red
2001 Honda CR80 in Red




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