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Need help finding a plastic kit for my 1994 Honda Cr250r

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I've spent quite a while searching for a red and white plastic kit for my 1994 Honda Cr250 and have had no luck (post any colors you find). I've found some for the right cc, but not the right year, and the other way around. Are there any years that are interchangeable or will work with some slight modification to the plastics? I've found a couple links that i'll post below. Let me know what you guy's thing! Thanks!

http://www.ebay.com/bhp/honda-cr250-plastic-kit

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polisport-New-Plastic-Kit-Set-Red-Complete-Honda-CR125R-CR250R-2000-2001-/400619626593?fits=Make%3AHonda

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Polisport-Plastic-Kit-Set-Red-Honda-CR125R-1995-1997-CR250R-1995-1996-/291107936610

p.s. Would really like to buy it as a kit to keep it cost efficient, but lmk what you can find

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motosport.com has good pricing on UFO kits.  They used to let you piece together a whole kit for around $100 but the last time I went, you had to buy separate pieces.  You could go there and check it out.

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motosport.com has good pricing on UFO kits.  They used to let you piece together a whole kit for around $100 but the last time I went, you had to buy separate pieces.  You could go there and check it out.

Tried.. It's all individual. It would be pretty pricey to piece it together like that

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1995 will fit except for the front number plate. Side number plates need one hole drilled.

Everything except the front plate and side number plates fit perfect?

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1995 will fit except for the front number plate. Side number plates need one hole drilled.

Everything except the front plate and side number plates fit perfect?

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I did the plastic conversion on my 94 cr125.  I bought a 96 air box in order to not have to drill holes and everything fit perfect.  I just bought the front number plate from the 94 and it all looks like it was made to be there.  Of course my 94 really needed the new air box, mine was not in very good condition.  I went with the 96 air box because it was black, the 95 is white.

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One other thing; OEMCYCLE.com has good pricing on UFO plastics, you have to piece it together though.  It appears no one will sell the whole kit anymore.  It is also going to cost more than a polysport kit too, by quite a bit.

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