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2006 Husqvarna MX Photo Gallery
The 45mm Marzocchi fork utilizes a sealed-cartridge design to handle the rigors of motocross racing.
2006 Husqvarna MX model line-up is here on MotorcycleUSA.com
Husky wanted to consolidate its looks for ’06 changing the CR’s body styling to match the 4-stroke line.
At a claimed 197 pounds, the CR 125 is Husqvarna’s lightest MX offering.
The Italian company will take on the MX2 class with the TC 250.
Pirelli meats are the standard fare for the CR and TC models.
2006 Husqvarna MXers are nearly nine pounds lighter with the loss of their electric start system.
Aluminum engine covers and a holeshot device make nice additions to the MX line. These things are hard to find on stock machines.
European manufacturers, Husqvarna and KTM, both have yet to switch to an aluminum frame for their 450 4-strokes. All the Japanese manufacturers use the lightweight metal.
An Ohlins shock replaces the Sachs version that sprung the ’05 model.
The Italian company dropped its 250 2-stroke, choosing to focus instead on this machine, the TC 450.
Unique styling and a shortage of American exposure make the Husqvarnas hard to miss in the pits.
Husqvarna's TC 510 motocross thumper.
Tapered handlebars give the new Huskys a different feeling up front, but suspension changes are the biggest news for the MX line.
A longer stroke is the only thing that differentiates the TC 510 from its smaller sibling, the 450.
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