CRF250 L thread

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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by Hugh » Sun Sep 01, 2019 9:43 am

Greetings,

Might this link be of any interest or help;

https://www.honda-crf250l.com/crf250l-turn-signals/

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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by Andycrf250l » Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:09 am

Hi folks, was out and about on parts of the TET yesterday and took a few photos of the bike! What a great ride!
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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by garyboy » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:57 am

That little bit of tumped clay and chippings cover, is what is holding back the vast waters of Llyn Brianne

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Post by Andycrf250l » Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:49 pm

Very impressive place, was an amazing place to visit. Made me laugh seeing the signs “no kayaking” and thought who would be mad/ stupid enough to.. turns out there is people that have done it 😯

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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by Andycrf250l » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:26 pm

Hi folks, I’ve made up some auxiliary connection leads for the crf if anyone is interested, allows you to plug and play with switched 10A connection. Pics below. £15 posted.
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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by minkyhead » Tue Nov 05, 2019 12:29 am

thats a handy thing to have ..not easy to get them connectors
8-)
whats the wether forcast ..wheres me map

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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by minkyhead » Tue Nov 05, 2019 12:38 am

still with me 2013 crf .....i were idally watching ebay last week and came across a crf 450 compleate front whel forks brakes ..the lot ....dontcha just hate it when your the only bidder :D :D :D :D ..and the b;loke was 4 miles away ... unreal ..had to be done :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

got some conversion bearings here crf standard is 26 inner 47 outer and 15 deep ..there are shitloads of options ..but theres rake clearance and all that to look at .....i think it will ne ok tbo just mocked up and a tape measure seems to indicate that will be so

chart https://www.allballsracing.com/index.php/forkconversion


uk supplier

https://shop.marksman-ind.com/99-3540-5 ... 5086-p.asp

blurb below

A modified Taper roller bearing cup & cone, with a 30mm Internal, 47mm External and overall height of 12mm. (cup height is 9mm). This is a special modifiaction to allow fork conversions, and is supplied with 2 spacers for stack height adjustments, to make an assembly of 30x47x15.
Also comes with a Sealing washer.


no idea how it will pad out but it looks doable so far steering stops welded in lock wiidth ok ..need to lose the ignition and steering lock
and find /fabricayte a bracket for the lynx ....
..250quid includin the wheel ...got me motivated 8-) 8-) nowt much to lose ..except time lso dont rush out just yet ill keep the two crf owners posted :D :D :D

luv me little 300crf hopfully this will be a good addition ..i were looking to put the rally set up on it as its longer and plusher but it wernt bothering me that nmuch to justify the prices on e bay ..this may be a good thing .... i dunno ...all good fun


braaaaap :geek:

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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by Andycrf250l » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:01 am

Been keen following your project minky.. looks a very nice set up you’ve got yourself there!

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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by I am spadger » Mon Nov 18, 2019 2:00 pm

Hi Fellas , been a while , having just arrived home from a 4500 round trip on Tet from Durham to Portugal/ Spain and back the wee crfs are requiring a bit of tlc, the fork seals are past their sell by date , I wondered if anyone with the Racetech mod on forks ie gold valve and extra spring would be able to advise me on oil grade and amount in each fork as the chap that did them for me neither gave me the remaining bushes/etc or info re oil . Fingers crossed, cheers Speighty


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Re: CRF250 L thread

Post by catcitrus » Mon Nov 18, 2019 4:02 pm

I am spadger wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 2:00 pm
Hi Fellas , been a while , having just arrived home from a 4500 round trip on Tet from Durham to Portugal/ Spain and back the wee crfs are requiring a bit of tlc, the fork seals are past their sell by date , I wondered if anyone with the Racetech mod on forks ie gold valve and extra spring would be able to advise me on oil grade and amount in each fork as the chap that did them for me neither gave me the remaining bushes/etc or info re oil . Fingers crossed, cheers Speighty


You can actually Skype Race Tech in the US and have a chat with their technical Department--I did when I was rebuilding my WR 250R rear shock--very helpful.

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