Honda XR 600R Honda

XR 600R, 1986 Honda XR 600R 1985 - 1987 Honda XR 600 Honda, realizing that more cc's meant more power, injected a 100cc 85 XR 500 dose to the XR 500 engine making the XR 500 an XR 600 in 1985. This made a fairly strong running machine run a bit stronger. Other changes included an aluminum, rather than steel swingarm, a dry sump engine oiling system, and frame changes. Except for graphics, the XR 600 did not change appreciably until 1988. How many motorcycles can you name that won Baja 1000 races spanning a 12-year period? Not to mention nine off-road championships and dozens of other major off-road events. Only one motorcycle makes the cut: Honda's mighty XR®600R. Honda's off-road four-strokes have been immensely successful in terms of both sales and race wins for decades, and the most successful of them all is the legendary XR600R. First introduced in 1985, the XR600R could claim the XR500R as its predecessor. That bike, first introduced in 1979, also proved to be a favorite of dirt riders… Read more


  • Make Model
    Honda XR 600R
  • Year
  • Engine
    Air cooled, four-stroke, single cylinder SOHC, 4 valve.
  • Capacity
  • Bore x Stroke
    97 x 80 mm
  • Compression Ratio
  • Induction
    2x Keihin carb
  • Ignition / Starting
    - / kick
  • Max Power
    46 hp 33.5 kW @ 6000 rpm
  • Max Torque
    51.9 Nm @ 5500 rpm
  • Transmission / Drive
    5 Speed / chain
  • Front Suspension
    43mm Air assisted telescopic forks
  • Rear Suspension
    Pro-link single shock 3-way hydraulic preload 14-way compression and 4-wya rebound damping.
  • Front Brakes
    Single 256mm disc 2 piston caliper
  • Rear Brakes
  • Front Tyre
  • Rear Tyre
  • Dry-Weight
    122 kg
  • Fuel Capacity
    10.5 Litres


supermoto on 1986 XR 600 crash

1986 XR600R freshly rebuilt!


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