2010 Honda Crf250r
Had it 2 years ago and I used it for a few months to ride over the bog. After a while I realised it needed some TLC, so I set about making it better. Firstly, the engine is in good mechanical order and showing 80-85 psi on dry cranking throttle open. I have no idea how many hours there are on this, but I do know I have done 19, as I can only ride for an hour or so. Oil and filter change every five hours, air cleaner after every ride, chain washed and lubed.
Long list so bear with me. Parts from either CCM in Dublin or 24MX and a couple of specialist parts from the US.
New front and rear wheels (rims, spokes, hubs, spacers, bearings, tyres, tubes, rim locks).
Front and rear discs, pads, brake calliper repair kits, brake fluid flush and bleed.
Rear suspension overhaul (new bearings, seals, spacers for swingarm, suspension linkage, shock upper and lower mounts). Race tech rear shock uprated spring.
Front shocks stripped for ProX bushing kit and oil seals, wipers and SAE 4W oil in both chambers. Racetech uprated fork springs.
New chain and sprockets, chain lower guide, chain upper and lower rollers and swing arm guard.
Twenty flex brake lever and clutch lever with perch.
Progrip 708 lock on clutch and throttle tube grips.
Full FIM exhaust system.
Stealyoffroad side stand US.
Enduro engineering aluminium skid plate.
New plastics and stickers (stickers not fitted).
Blackbird Honda grippy seat cover.
Titanium foot pegs.
Selling so I can buy something new and more enduro based. The price is not negotiable, nor do I want a swop or trade. If it doesn't sell I will keep it as a spare. I only answer phone mon-fri 9-5 and bike can be viewed at the same time near Tullamore. Blocked 9 people so far for being clowns :)
NO MORE TIME WASTERS PLEASE!
Engine Size (Litres): 250
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