Suzuki LTR 450 Specifications
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The Suzuki QuadRacer LTR 450 is a sports all terrain vehicle that has been manufactured since 2006 and ceased production in 2009. According to Suzuki, the bike is notable for winning numerous motor-cross races. Due to its relatively large engine displacement, the bike is considered a high-end entry to the QuadRacer series, and is thus suited towards experienced ATV riders.
Dimensions and Exterior
- The 2009 Suzuki LTR 450 is 72.6 inches in length, 49 inches in width, 42.7 inches in height, has a ground clearance of 9.4 inches and 50.6 inch wheelbase. It has a wet weight of 414.5 pounds, which includes a full fuel capacity of 2.6 gallons. The plastic exterior is fitted with front and rear plastic fenders, rubber handgrips, front and rear bumpers, exterior guards and covers and a bash plate.
- The 2009 LTR 450 is equipped with a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder fuel injected engine with four valves per cylinder in double overhead camshafts configuration. A bore and stroke of 3.76 and 2.47 inches respectively, coupled with a compression ratio of 11.71:1 produces an engine displacement of 27.5 cubic inches. The 4x2 driveline is controlled by a chain-driven five-speed manual transmission.
- The front of the steel chassis is fitted with independent double A-arm suspension, a fork of 1.6 inches in diameter, 10-inch aluminum wheels, 6.3-inch dual hydraulic disc brakes, Dunlop AT 20 X 7-10 tires. The rear is fitted with two-inch steel swing-arm suspension with 11.4-inch travel, a shock absorber, a caliper piston, 8-inch aluminum wheels, 7.5-inch hydraulic disc brakes and Dunlop AT 18 X 10-8 tires.