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this bike is a really good machine personally this is all i have to say about this great bike !! In stock form the bike is geared way too tall. The fix is to change the rear sprocket to a 50 tooth which tightens the gearing making the bike hit with a ferocious punch. Other than that I have no squawks about the bike. I have ridden YZ, RM, KX, 250's on track and they all are almost identical on lap times but with the CR I was 2 to 3 seconds faster from the great handling and suspension. The other brands are alright but i have always put my trust in honda and it has never let me down yet !! this bike can get you into some scary positions for an inexperienced rider but that also makes it a lot of fun for the experienced rider like me ! i wouldnt advise a learner or fresh rider to buy one of these bikes they can require a lot of maintenance with regular use which can be expensive.this is the perfect bike for enjoying your sundays around the track or ripping you local field up !!!! guaranteed pleasure !!!!!!!!!!
Model: CR250R Engine Type: 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke with electronically controlled RC valve Bore and Stroke: 66.4mm x 72mm Compression Ratio: 8.5:1 Induction: Six-petal crankcase reed-valve Carburetion: 38mm Mikuni TMX flat-slide with throttle position sensor (TPS) Ignition: CD with three-dimensional mapping and electronic advance Transmission: Close-ratio five-speed Final Drive: #520 chain; 13T/48T Suspension
Front: 47mm inverted Showa cartridge fork with 16-position rebound and 16-position compression damping adjustability; 12.4 inches travel Rear: Pro-Link Showa single shock with spring preload, 17-position rebound damping adjustability, and compression damping adjustment separated into low-speed (13 positions) and high-speed (3.5 turns); 12.6 inches travel Brakes
Front: Single 240mm disc with twin-piston caliper Rear: Single 240mm disc Tires
Model: Honda CRF450R Make: Maisto Scale: 1/12 Diecast Metal with Plastic Parts ... more
Colour: Red / White Product Code: MT31104 UPC Code: 090159311041 Details: Real looking seat and spokes, working stand, detailed suspension and rolling wheels. Model is presented in a window display box
Honda's release of their limited production, road-going, 'works racer' VFR750R made ... more
headlines in the motorcycle scene in 1987. The VFR750R is a street-legal counterpart of the formidable RVF750 endurance racer which displayed remarkable potential in the world endurance championships. This bike follows the concept seen in the RVF750, including the use of space-age technology and components such as titanium, carbon-fiber, kevlar, and magnesium. It betters the earlier bikes by a wide margin. The VFR750R also uses a twin-spar aluminum box frame, Pro-Arm (rear swing arm), and a center-lock hub rear wheel. These superlative features and the RVF's racing reputation have made it a collector's item even before the first unit was off the production line. The 748cc, liquid cooled, V4 cylinder 16 valve engine has been kept compact to keep the VFR's overall dimensions very close to the current 500cc Grand Prix racers, for a minimum frontal area. Further, this motorcycle departs from the typical Japanese mass-production practice by using a great deal of human labor on each unit, such as the FRP cowling and windscreen being laid up by hand. The Honda VFR750R is one potent package and has been designed to be very competitive on racing tracks in stock form, yet remain street legal. It will remain a desirable and elusive high performance bike for years to come. Suggested Tamiya Paint ColorsX-1 - BlackX-11 - Chrome SilverX-12 - Gold LeafX-18 - Semi Gloss BlackX-2 - WhiteX-26 - Clear OrangeX-27 - Clear RedX-3 - Royal BlueX-4 - BlueX-6 - OrangeX-7 - RedX-9 - Brown