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1980 honda elsnore cr125 seized

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Seriously, try AMS racing. They have a lot of piston kits for the early Hondas. Or just google vintage mx parts or cr parts. Lots of things pop up. Actually, selling it to me was serious as well...

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Shipping to Michigan would be so much easier...I need a winter project. 🙂

Looks like there are many options for parts, Google found many, here's one...

http://www.re-mx.com

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I wanna restore. Original plastic and all repaint the frame. Cant find anyone to do it. Its bugging me aha

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Cr dude. I never really worked on a dirtbike. Im pretty good mechanically. Some experience working on my own car just watching you tube videos. I just joined this site. Havent really gotten to explore. But im getting impatient trying to find someone for the last year. How hard on a 1-10 scale

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Cr dude. I never really worked on a dirtbike. Im pretty good mechanically. Some experience working on my own car just watching you tube videos. I just joined this site. Havent really gotten to explore. But im getting impatient trying to find someone for the last year. How hard on a 1-10 scale

5 tops with a manual. Proper trans assembly is probably the toughest part.

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First figure how much money would you invest in fixing it,

 

and what level of restoration do you have in mind:

 

-like new / mint condition, never to be ridden again

-functional, but only occasionaly and lightly ridden to preserve it

-functional, ridden more regularly / in a more spirited fashion, but with more wear/failures to be expected

 

perhaps some members here with similar restoration experience will give you an idea what to expect in costs.

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