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2008 Honda CRF450X Shootout Photo Gallery

We toss three of the meanest roost-throwing enduro motorcycles through sand, snow and mud in this year's 450 enduro challenge. Check out how this bike did in our 2008 450 Enduro Shootout.

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2008 450 Enduro Shootout HP comparison
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2008 450 Enduro Shootout weight breakdown chart
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2008 Honda CRF450X
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Honda's 2008 CRF450X looks good and runs good and in the end we pick it as our enduro of choice.
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Dont think the 2008 CRF450X cant have a little fun...
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Hillclimbs might be the best terrain for the KLX but the CRF can play thatgame too.
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Hauling ass in the desertis the strong point for the 2008 CRF450X.
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There's nothing wrong with the CRF450X's ability to get down and dirty.
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Smooth climbs like this are easy as 1-2-3 for the 2008 Honda CRF450X and our boy BC.
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The slight weight advantage and poppin' engine give the Honda CRF450X an advantage at doing things like this.
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The 2008 Honda CRF450X is a natural leader. Just look at how the WR and KLX fall into line here in this shot at Gorman.
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The 2008 Honda CRF450X is a beast and as Chilly shows you here,it can go anywhere the other bike can.
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The 2008 Honda CRF450X might be better equipped for high-speed off-road than technical riding but you wouldn't know it if you only rode a CRF.
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The 450X just barely lost the handling and chassis category to the Yamaha.
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Even though it's a bit rough on the rider compared to the other bikes, the Honda's killer motor, slim layout and excellent starting point as a race bike give it an edge in this multifaceted comparison.
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2008 Honda CRF450X
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2008 Enduro Wallpaper
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2008 Honda CRF450X