1990 Honda CR250RL 18

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General Info
Model Year: 1990
Brand: Honda
Model: CR
Engine Size: 250
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Parts
Graphics: Other
Plastic: UFO
Handlebar: Renthal
Grips: Renthal
Clutch Lever: Magura
Seat: Other
Footpegs: Zap Technix
Shifter: Other
Exhaust: Pro Circuit
Clutch: Hinson
Piston: ProX
Ignition: Other
Air Filter: Twin Air
Air Intake: Boysesen
Engine Mods: Other
Triple Clamps: RG3
Fork: Showa
Rear Shock: Ohlins
Suspension Mods: RG3
Tires: Dunlop
Rims: Other
Hubs: Talon
Sprockets: Renthal
Chain: RK
Brakes: Other
Brake Pads: Braking
Brake Rotors: Braking
Oils/Lubes: Putoline
Gear
Brand: Honda
Model: CR
Engine Size: 250
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Engine Type: 2-Stroke

Vital MX member Ove Ove 5/3/2013 12:29 PM

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Hi Ove! The modern front end makes me always smile. Such a nice job you did on this beautiful bike. I always enjoy to look at the pics. I hope to see it life once ......

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Ove

That is an absolutely beautiful bike I love the generation of cr's this one and the 1991 so much they're great looking bikes and I'm stoked that you confirmed something I've been researching which is the all balls Ford conversion kit bearings Etc because I'm hot on the tail of a 1987 CR500 and I'm going to put 47mm showa twin chamber Forks on it yes I know the old Forks are great but with a 500 and the driving force of the engine I think the 47 Mil Showa TC forks will make it a much more precise handling bike. I also enjoy the "feel" of inverted forks over conventionald bec it gives the bike a much lighter "feeling" front wheel more active and respinsive.... Plus my goal for restoring the bike is to give it an RC500 look/appeal.

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Ove

Thanks! Glad you like it. Sounds like a cool build you are getting into. Good luck with it. I love the feeling of these forks, made it handle a lot better.

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