New EGL A17 RS 450 T - 450cc Dirt Bike - CA Carb Approved
New Adult 450cc Four Stroke Gas Powered, Electric & Kick Start, 5 speed Manual Clutch (1-Down -4up) Dirt Bikes.
Recommended height is 5ft 10in & up.
Colors: RED, GREEN, ORANGE
Engine Type NC450, Single Cylinder, 4-Valve, Liquid Cooled, Balance Shaft
Displacement 448.6 ml
Max Power 35kw/9000rpm - 48 Hp
Max Torque 40N·m/7000rpm
Compression Ratio 11.6:1
Shift Type Manual Wet Multi-Plate, Constant mesh, two stage transmission, 5-Gears
Start Type Electric & Kick Start
Ignition Digital CDI
Drive Train #520 Chain, FT: 13T/RR: 49T Sprocket
Front Fork Φ54*Φ60-940mm Inverted Hydraulic Dual Adjustable Forks, 300mm Travel
Rear Shock 482mm Dual Adjustable Shock with Ballonet, 120mm Travel
Front Wheel 7116 Aluminum Rim, Gravity Cast Hub, FT: 1.6 x 21
Rear Wheel 7116 Aluminum Rim, Gravity Cast Hub, RR: 2.15 x 18
Front Tires 80/100-21
Rear Tires 110/100-18
Front Brake Dual Piston Caliper, 270mm Disc
Rear Brake Single Piston Caliper, 240mm Disc
Frame Zuumav Aluminum Perimeter Frame
Swing-Arm Forged Aluminum Swingarm,L=590mm
Handle Bar Tapered Aluminum #7075
Overall Size 2170x800x1310 mm
Packing Size 1715x445x860mm
Wheel Base 1490 mm
Seat Height 950 mm
Ground Clearance 300 mm
Fuel Capacity 6.5 L / 1.72 Gal.
*Prices are in Crate Prices and vehicles are shipped 90% Assembled. Some Minor assembly is required. Vehicles picked up in store are fully assembled, tested and tuned and Do Not Reflect Tax, or Title Fees. Pictures Reflect what each model generally looks like but May Not be Exact.
The bike looks better than the photos on the sales page. It also includes two additional pilot and main jets as well as another needle. The specs says it is a 36mm carb but it is actually a 34mm. It comes with both a headlight and a number plate. The battery is unlike any I’ve seen before because of the weight, it feels like only the case but it works great!
Now for the bad. When you push down on the front one of the forks makes a clunking noise. The rear shocks squeaks when it’s pushed up and down. The idle is erratic and I don’t think it can be corrected, the carburetor is for a two-stroke.
On the first ride of about 5 miles, it died three times. The fuel line had poor routing that was causing kinks and was a little too long. Besides that, the gas cap has no functioning vent. There is a solid seal across the vent causing a vacuum to form in the tank.
I saw a picture of a 450 online and the sub frame was not lined up properly causing the fender to be about an inch and a half off-center. My bike had the same defect. For the most part it can be corrected by pushing it over hard and tightening down the bolts. But this bike also has a stripped subframe mounting bolt on the left-hand side. The front fender touched the frame while going straight causing scratches on the fender. The kickstand spring rubs the swing arm scratching the sticker.