When did Honda stop making the XR250R?

When did Honda stop making the XR250R?

Although the XR250R was always quite heavy compared to its 2 stroke competition and both front and rear suspension were rather basic, it proved reliable and likable and was successful as an entry-level off-road machine. The XR250R was discontinued after 2004.

How fast does a XR250R go?

The tire size was 80/100-21 front and 100/100-18 rear. It had 13–48 tooth gearing and a stock top speed of around 66 mph at 8000 rpm.

Is the Honda XR 250 street legal?

The XR250L was a heavier, street-legal version which was introduced in 1991 and should not be confused with the older XL250R. Starting in 1981, the XR250 had a 21-inch front wheel. 1979 and 1980 versions had a 23 inch front wheel (3.00 x 23 tire size).

How much is a 2003 Honda xr250r worth?

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*Private Price Guide $1,850 – $2,200
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Why do old bullets kick back?

Coming to the kickbacks in Royal Enfield, the main cause for the kickback is just the same as mentioned above and as to the question why is the kickback so deadly on this bike? The answer is “due to the large bore of the Engine and gas build up due to a manual Decompressor”.

What causes kickback on a motorcycle?

Kickback occurs when a piston is coming up on top dead center (TDC) on the compression stroke at the end of a kickstart attempt but does not make it all the way. Instead, the compression pushes the piston back down the cylinder in the reverse direction.

Do you need to warm up a 4 stroke dirt bike?

You definitely should let it warm up a little, but only about a minute is necessary. These bikes run so hot that they start to overheat if air is not moving through the radiators. Five minutes idling is excessive and more than likely would cause the bike to begin boiling over and overheating.

Do 4 strokes have chokes?

First, when it comes to starting 4 stroke outboards, an EFI engine has the advantage. With no choke involved, it definitely makes starting your engine easier.

What is the top speed of a Yamaha XR250?

It could reach a top speed of 87 mph (140 km/h). Max torque was 17.48 ft/lbs (23.7 Nm) @ 6000 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 22.8 HP (17.0 KW) @ 7500 RPM. Prior to 1981 the XR250R didn’t have the “R” suffix at the end and was simply called the XR250 .

What kind of engine does the XR250R’96 have?

The engine was a 249cc OHC RFVC single with one carburetor and 2 head pipes. The transmission was a 6-speed. The serial number began JH2ME060*SM100001. The XR250R’96 was sold in 1996 in Ross White with Uranus Violet. The rear sub frame was removable. The head pipes were stainless steel. The seat was violet with red.

What year did the XR250R come out?

A 1994 Honda XR250R Manufacturer Honda Production 1979–2004 Predecessor Honda XL250 Successor Honda CRF250X

How much does a 1994 Honda XR250R weigh?

A 1994 Honda XR250R Seat height (86–95) 920 mm (36.4 in) (96–04) 910 mm Weight (86–91) 108.6 kg (239.4 lb) (claimed) (9 Fuel capacity (86–95) 9.0 l; 1.98 imp gal (2.38 US gal Oil capacity (86–95) 1,600 ml (1.7 US qt)