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|Manufacturer||Honda Motor Company, Limited|
|Also called||Honda Dream 50 (AC15)|
|Production||1997 (CB50V) and 1998 (CB50W)|
|Engine||50 cc (3.1 cu in), air cooled, transverse, DOHC, four stroke, single|
|Power||5.6 horsepower (4.2 kW) @ 10,500 RPM|
|Torque||4.11 foot pounds @ 8,500 RPM|
|Transmission||5-speed, manual transmission chain final drive|
|Suspension||Front; telescopic fork with inner springs
Rear; swingarm with twin shock absorbers
|Wheelbase||1,195 mm (47.0 in)|
|Dimensions||L: 1,830 mm (72 in)
W: 615 mm (24.2 in)
|Weight||81 kg (180 lb) (dry)
|Fuel capacity||6.2 litres (1.4 imp gal; 1.6 US gal)|
|Related||Honda CR110 Cub Racing|
The frame was a diamond design with a reinforced single front down tube bolting to the engine's crankcase. The top of the frame was a reinforced double-tube over and under configuration meeting a multi-tube box under the rider.
Front and rear disc brakes were standard and unusual for a small displacement motorcycle.
The engine was a rare design for 50 cubic centimeters, having a single cylinder with double overhead camshafts.
A commercial racer was available in 1962 called the CR110 Cub Racing which produced 8.5 horsepower (6.3 kW) from a single cylinder and had drum brakes. A race only version, designated the AR02 or Dream 50R, was imported into the US in 2004.