2007 Honda CR 250R 15

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General Info
Model Year: 2007
Brand: Honda
Model: CR
Engine Size: 250
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Parts
Graphics: 180 Decals
Plastic: Cycra. Misc.: Installed '13 style CRF front fender/front plate
Handlebar: Other
Grips: ODI
Clutch Lever: Sunline
Brake Lever: Sunline
Seat: Other. Misc.: MotoSeat foam and cover
Footpegs: Raptor. Misc.: Titanium
Exhaust: Scalvini. Misc.: Full exhaust with carbon silencer
Clutch: Hinson
Piston: Wiseco
Air Intake: Loudmouth MX
Engine Mods: Other. Misc.: BBH (Built By Hall's)
Triple Clamps: Pro Circuit
Fork: Showa. Misc.: Showa Pro Circuit 49mm "Kit" Forks
Rear Shock: Showa. Misc.: Showa Pro Circuit 18mm "Kit" Shock
Suspension Mods: Pro Circuit. Misc.: Completely serviced and set-up by PC
Tires: Dunlop
Rims: Excel
Hubs: Talon
Sprockets: Talon
Chain: DID
Brakes: Ride Engineering
Brake Pads: Renthal
Oils/Lubes: Maxima
Additional Info: All bolts/nuts throughout the entire bike have been replaced with titanium. All bearings throughout the entire bike have been replaced with new. G2 Ergo throttle tube/cam system. All new Motion Pro cables throughout.
Gear
Brand: Honda
Model: CR
Engine Size: 250
Engine Type: 2-Stroke

Vital MX member MOTO120 MOTO120 4/22/2013 6:34 AM

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If interested, check out the entire build step-by-step in the Race Shop section....link below

http://www.vitalmx.com/forums/Race-Shop,42/2007-CR-250-The-build-begins,1247604

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Just absolutely beautiful work. I feel the need to say more, but I honestly am left speechless by your ride.

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Thanks man, I kinda think so too :-). The purpose of this invention was years and years of laying nice/expensive bikes over onto a square edged slippery standard bike stands that were NOT meant for that purpose therefore were all sorts of unstable (have had bikes fall off, ripped grips, bent levers, scratched fork tubes, etc.). More info on it to come soon. Thanks for the compliment!

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MasonTea

Well I look forward to seeing it in magazines and buying one. My old 04 honda crf 450 fell off the stand and the shift lever went through the magnesium cover $160 mistake. Design looks simple and sweet.

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Exactly why I think this stand is worth while....much easier to use and much more stable than trying to use a standard square bike stand. It collapses easily and becomes pretty small for transport/storage, plus weighs only about 4 lbs....100% Aluminum construction with Stainless Steel hardware. I'm thinking it might be a "hit" once they are available. Thanks for the compliment.

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