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Honda 4 Wheeler 300 Specifications

by Mary Carpenter

When Honda designed the TRX300X, they were resolute to give the demanding riders everything they had demonstrated a craving for, without challenging the budget too much in the process. Many types of outdoor enthusiasts have found use for ATV's, whether it be to win sporting competitions or to get to a secluded duck blind or camping site for better hunting, and the durability coupled with the quality Honda has come to be known for, has shown itself in the reviews of this particular four wheeler.

Dimension Specifications

The Honda 4 Wheeler 300, the Honda TRX300X, is 67.7 inches long, 43.5 inches wide, stands 41.8 inches high, the seat height is 30.5 inches, and the wheelbase measurement is 45 inches. With all of the standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of gas it weighs 388 pounds. The ground clearance is 4.6 inches and it has a turning radius of 10.2 feet.

Engine Specifications

The engine is a 282 cubic centimeter air cooled single over head cam, single-cylinder four-stroke. The diameter of the bore is 2.9134 inches (74 millimeters) and the depth of the piston from top to bottom, the stroke, is 2.5787 inches (65.5 millimeters). Its starter is an electric push button and the ignition is a CD with electronic advance.

Fuel Specifications

The fuel system consists of an accelerator pump carburetor system and has a fuel capacity of 2.2 gallons (8.328 liters).

Drivetrain Specifications

The drive train consists of a 5-speed manual transmission with reverse. The drive line features an O-ring-sealed chain.

Brake, Tire and Suspension Specifications

Good tires, strong brakes and suspension are important in all motor vehicles.

The front brakes are a dual hydraulic discs, the rear are single hydraulic disc. The front tires are knobby 22x7-10, and the rear tires are knobby 22x10-9. The front suspension is an independent double wishbone with dual hydraulic shocks and a five position spring with preloaded adjustability that provides 7.1 inches (180.34 millimeters) of travel.

About the Author

Mary Carpenter started writing professionally in 2010 for an online company. She has a background studying writing and research techniques and is still achieving various degrees and accreditations. Attending ITT Technical Institute, Mary is majoring in business and accounting, working towards her associate's degree.

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