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2006 Husqvarna MX Photo Gallery

2006 Husqvarna MX model line-up is here on MotorcycleUSA.com

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CR125_left.jpg
Husky wanted to consolidate its looks for ’06 changing the CR’s body styling to match the 4-stroke line.
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At a claimed 197 pounds, the CR 125 is Husqvarna’s lightest MX offering.
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The Italian company will take on the MX2 class with the TC 250.
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Pirelli meats are the standard fare for the CR and TC models.
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2006 Husqvarna MXers are nearly nine pounds lighter with the loss of their electric start system.
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Aluminum engine covers and a holeshot device make nice additions to the MX line. These things are hard to find on stock machines.
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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.
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An Ohlins shock replaces the Sachs version that sprung the ’05 model.
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The Italian company dropped its 250 2-stroke, choosing to focus instead on this machine, the TC 450.
TC510_front.jpg
Unique styling and a shortage of American exposure make the Husqvarnas hard to miss in the pits.
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Husqvarna's TC 510 motocross thumper.
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Tapered handlebars give the new Huskys a different feeling up front, but suspension changes are the biggest news for the MX line.
TC510_right.jpg
A longer stroke is the only thing that differentiates the TC 510 from its smaller sibling, the 450.
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2006 Husqvarna SMR 450
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2006 Husqvarna SMR 510
Husq-te250-2006.jpg
2006 Husqvarna TE 250
Husq-te450-2006.jpg
2006 Husqvarna TE 450
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2006 Husqwvarna TE 510
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2006 Husqvarna TE 610e Dual Sport
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2006 Husqvarna WR125
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2006 Husqvarna WR250