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Honda TRX90 / Sportrax 90 ATVs For Kids

The fun-packed Sportrax 90 introduces beginners to the sport of ATV riding. Engine design produces low emissions and meets California Air Resources Board (CARB) off-road emissions standards.

Adjustable throttle limiter. Front and rear steel grab-handles and a low dry weight make loading simple.

Comfortable handlebar grips and levers. Attractive body-color handlebar cover.

Durable O-ring chain drive system. Comfortably low, 25.5-inch seat height.

Fuel capacity of 1.6 gallons for extended range. Standard parking brake.

Model
TRX90 / Sportrax 90
Engine Type
86cc air-cooled SOHC single-cylinder 4-stroke
Bore & Stroke
47.0mm x 49.5mm
Carburetion
15mm piston-valve
Ignition
CDI
Starting
Recoil/pull
Clutch
Automatic
Transmission
Four-speed
Driveline
O-ring-sealed chain
Front Supension
Independent suspension; 2.6-inch travel
Rear Suspension
Swingarm with single shock; 2.6-inch travel
Front Brakes
Dual sealed drums
Rear Brakes
Sealed drum
Front Tires
20 x 7-8
Rear Tires
19 x 8-8
Wheelbase
38.8 inches
Turning Radius (inside tire)
8.2 feet
Dry Weight
244 pounds
Length / Width / Height
58.6 inches, 35.2 inches, 36.1 inches
Seat Height
25.5 inches
Fuel Capacity
1.6 gallons, including 0.3-gallon reserve
Ground Clearance
4 inches
Colors
Red, Yellow


 

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