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2020 Husqvarna FC 450: Rock Star Edition

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Introduction

It is just a month to go for the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season-opening ceremony to begin and we have with us the new 2020 Husqvarna FC 450, the Rockstar edition revealed to us for our delight upon the market. And this will be the ride for Jason Anderson, Zach Osborne, and Dean Wilson in 2020 races to be held. And we already know much about the style and standards of the 2020 FC 450, so let us move on to the talk of 2020 Husqvarna FC 450.

The Body Frame is Quiet!!

Starting with the muffler, which is an FMF Racing factory item 4.1 and features titanium built body with carbon fiber touches on the cap end to reduce the weight. Mass centralization is improved by the shortening of the silencer, especially from the stock unit. Also, the clamps, the CNC machined aluminum triple clamps, are way adjustable, between the ranges 20 to 22 mm to exceptional handling of the FC Rockstar.

Specs to Look AT!!!

The Xact fork has also been on upgrade by the WP, and a longer bypass slot is on split air fork, which softens in the early times. Reduced pressure peaks are controlled by the new oil pass. A high durable Rekluse clutch comes from the Billet aluminum. A faster revival for the bike comes with a Pankl connection with a bushing to reduce friction. Also, the vented airbox cover can be swapped without tools. Thus, allowing it easier for the rider to modify the vehicle as per track and conditions. For a faster start, the 2020 Husqvarna FC 450 has a holeshot device on it, which seems standard for the upcoming.

 The Rockstar is machined and anodized blue. And the Husqvarna claims of improved handling form the higher end hubs. They give you the D.I.D. DirtStar rims along with spoke nipples in blue anodizing. The frame is covered in powder black as a premium item. Also, a disc guard is there on the 2020 Husqvarna FC 450. And it protects the front discs, the floating wave-style ones. There is then the carbon fiber glide plate to protect the motor and bottom frame tubes as well.

So, let us see its performance on the tracks.

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