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Old 07-02-2009, 02:48 PM   #151
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Looking for a cylinder..

Anyone have a cylinder that will fit a '86-'95 XR250? I'm looking for one and if someone could help me out that'd be great!

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Old 07-03-2009, 01:38 AM   #152
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Well trying again with picture. My '06 Honda XR250










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Old 07-03-2009, 01:56 AM   #153
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Anyone have a cylinder that will fit a '86-'95 XR250? I'm looking for one and if someone could help me out that'd be great!

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Check over here. May be can fit, not sure.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/HONDA...#ht_500wt_1214
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Old 07-03-2009, 05:48 AM   #154
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Is that CRF suspention????

Nice look'n XR!
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Old 07-03-2009, 09:51 AM   #155
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Is that CRF suspention????

Nice look'n XR!

Not quite. You can adjust it only from the bottom side.
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Old 07-03-2009, 05:47 PM   #156
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Not quite. You can adjust it only from the bottom side.
I never saw an XR250R with inverted front ends!

Might have been an Europe thing.

We don't get alot of the good stuff,even the CRF230 that replaced the XRR doesn't have inverted front ends on this side of the Atlantic.
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Old 07-04-2009, 03:20 AM   #157
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I never saw an XR250R with inverted front ends!

Might have been an Europe thing.

We don't get alot of the good stuff, even the CRF230 that replaced the XRR doesn't have inverted front ends on this side of the Atlantic.
My be so, but belive me you don't want our prices even. I'm crazy about Yamaha WR250 and 450. But price starts from 11.000 USD. Its too expensive for me. That's why I got 2 years old XR. It was best offer I could get. I like it and probably will not sale it but still looking for WR450 in a good condition.
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Old 07-04-2009, 08:52 AM   #158
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Hunh!
Sounds like a KTM over here!

$11,000 for a Yamaha WR250F,,,R,,,,?

I won't even tease ya with what they go for used here.Alright maybe i will, ,I work with a guy,thats got a 01 WR400F plated.He told me the other day,$1200.00 if i wanted it.I just got a new DRZ or i'd jump on it.
I wonder how much to mail it over there???
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Old 07-04-2009, 09:50 AM   #159
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Hunh!
Sounds like a KTM over here!

$11,000 for a Yamaha WR250F,,,R,,,,?

I won't even tease ya with what they go for used here.Alright maybe i will, ,I work with a guy,thats got a 01 WR400F plated.He told me the other day,$1200.00 if i wanted it.I just got a new DRZ or i'd jump on it.
I wonder how much to mail it over there???
I can tell you exectly, yamaha WR250R is 10531 USD in official yamaha store.

Thanks dude for make my cry . I know your price from eBay. I'm buying some stuff on eBay time to time and if I want to be out of humour I went to check a bikes. Some people have such a bussiness to bring motocycles from US and Japan. But biggest problem on custom control. They don't care how much you pay for it, instead they have a fixed price for each type of bike and its cc.
I found one '04 WR450F(plated) for good price (well, good over here) and going to check it. If its condition as his owner said I will buy it. XR will leave for my son.
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Old 07-04-2009, 01:57 PM   #160
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Hmmm,how do you say Black Market over there??!!
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Old 07-05-2009, 02:32 AM   #161
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Hmmm,how do you say Black Market over there??!!
What you meen? You pay officially for the bike you bought abroad. But its just unfear tax. We have less tax on car then on motorcycles you bought abroad.

And I could understand it if we produce any motocycles to make local products more attractive for buyers but in Ukraine we not produce any bikes.

Any way let quit flooding in this thread. Its XR250 thread and not Ukrainian prices.
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Old 07-05-2009, 07:17 AM   #162
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AH,,,,,,I either my jokes aren't funny. Or we're loose'n something in the translaion.
Besides this thread is for guys,and girls with XR250R's to shoot the shit.
But ah,good luck with the whole thing pal.
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:19 AM   #163
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vladg,

Sweet looking bike. I like the updated look of the Euro XR's.

I'm glad this thread is still going. My XR is up for sale but yet to have any serious bites. If it doesn't sell I'll just end up keeping it. Won't have much time to ride but it'll be there when I do.
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Old 07-06-2009, 11:59 AM   #164
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Hi sixer.

You see before to buy this bike I knew all XR250 have very reliable engine and overall is good offroad bike. And when I found almost new XR plus with new upgated suspention from factory I told myself: "Man, its can't be a bad choice". I glad I've bought it. Will buy 450cc but will keep this one as well.

I'm realy surprised why Honda doesn't sell it everywhere.
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:19 AM   #165
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86 Xl250r

I just acquired this old XL( pics to follow) with less than 3K on the odometer
and was wondering what's the best way to XRize her and still keep her
streetable. At just under 300 lbs my emulation of Benny Hill while on the
fire roads in Mammoth proved that she's at least 60 lbs heavier than my
79 KLX250. Felt more like 100+. What is the proper procedure for adjusting
the carbs? Two carbs per cylinder does seem a bit excessive. The "Trail Winner"
tires were definitely not "winners" on those silty hills.
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