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Suzuki Quadracer LTR 450 Specs, Oil Capacity, Weight and Top Speed

Suzuki Quadracer LTR 450 Specs, Oil Capacity, Weight and Top Speed

The Suzuki Quadracer LTR 450 is race ready all-terrain vehicle manufactured by Suzuki Motors and raced by champions like Doug Gust. A 4-stroke 41 horsepower 450cc engine gives the 368lb Suzuki LTR 450 a top speed of 74 MPH. Not too shabby!

2007 was a good year, by the time holidays were upon us Suzuki was already taunting us with a glorious 2008 LT-R450 ATV. Life was good!

Suzuki LTR 450 seat height is a comfortable 30.7 inches. Sebastian Husseini just won the FIM cross country world championship on his autosport sponsored LT-R450 Suzuki Quadrunner! If you’re not familiar with the FIM cross country championship series it is a multi country 2210 kilometer grueling test of both racer and machine. The championship series started in Abu Dhabi, crossed desserts, sand dunes and rocky terrain in sections, and finished in California.

Suzuki Quadracer LTR 450 Specs

  • Model Type: Sport
  • BASE MSRP(US): $8,099.00 (new 2008 model)
  • Warranty: 12
  • Engine Type: Single-Cylinder
  • Cylinders: 1
  • Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke
  • Valve Configuration: DOHC
  • Displacement: 450cc
  • Suzuki LTR 450 Weight: 368lb
  • Carb: Fuel Injected
  • Transmission Type: Manual
  • Suzuki LTR 450 seat height: 30.7 inches
  • Number Of Speeds: 5
  • Suzuki LTR 450 oil capacity: 1.8 quarts
  • Primary Drive (Rear Wheel): Chain
  • Reverse: No
  • Suzuki LTR 450 Top Speed: 74mph(in stock condition)
  • Front Tire (Full Spec): Dunlop AT 20 X 7-10
  • Rear Tire (Full Spec): Dunlop AT 18 X 10-8
  • Front Brake Type: Dual Hydraulic Disc
  • Rear Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc
  • Wheelbase (in/mm): 50.6 / 1285
  • Fuel Capacity (gal/l): 2.6 / 10

Since writing about the Suzuki R450 ATV last year in a review I’ve been meaning to update ATVStyle with a few Suzuki LTR450 ATV pictures. These are courtesy of Suzuki Motors, this Quadracer has power and performance, not just yellow ATV graphics. If you own an R450 ATV you are invited to share pictures of it in your own gallery, see the ATV forum for details. Ride safe, don’t submit pictures of yourself without a helmet on!

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