Bike is a 05 YZ 250 and this is my second year riding. Items being reviewed this time: Honda Front Brake Caliper One Industries Hurricane Graphics and plastics kit I am going to start with the caliper first because the Hurricane pics steal the show.Haha. 2008 Honda CRF 250R Front Brake Caliper I bought this on ebay for 60 bucks with shipping. The caliper was "as new" but the pads did not even have any wear on them, so good deal for me. So I'm not sure how different the 2008 was compared to other years, but this was not plug and play as I thought this swap was going to be, someone who has done the swap on older honda calipers chime in if my 08 is any different. The caliper like most are 2 pieces, the main housing which houses the pistons, the other part I am going to call the bracket piece. Between the two the housings they are very similar, there are a few differences form both calipers. First the bracket is different and unusable. The bolt that bolts on the brake banjo is different by just a little the hole in the bolt is a tad bigger, and its a different metal and painted, the crush washers are different as well, the honda's are polished unknown metal something harder, the yamaha's are copper. I ended up using the honda banjo bolt and honda crush washers as they are native to the caliper and there were differences. The main front bolt that holds the braket on (middle of caliper under pistons) is also a different bolt, metal is painted, and is 3 millimeters shorter than the yamaha, the yamaha bolt is zinc which I like much better so I used that instead. Oh and the weight...hmmm I don't know how much lighter the honda is supposed to be but to me it was a wash. They were pretty much the same, but the honda bracket had 1/3 less metal to it over the yammi. So I started by taking off the break line, let it drain, then I zip tied the line on a spoke to keep it out of the way. Then I removed the yammi caliper. I separated the braket from the housing on both calipers. The main center bolt on the honda was a huge bitch to loosen, it had a form of lock tight on it. I had to heat it from underneath in the tapped threads with a pen torch to loosen it, I REALLY had to strong arm it. After the both calipers it gets easy from here, just take your yammi bracket and put it on the honda housing. Again I used the yammi center bolt, and the honda banjo bolt with the honda crush washers. Im not sold on the honda washers yet, so we will see, because copper is the standard as it crushes. You can also heat up the copper washers to reuse. To put the bracket and the housing fully together you have to take off that little black screw then there will be a allen bolt inside, take that out too. Now put your pads in and install your center bolt. Now put back in the allen screw and the black screw. Put the new assemble caliper on the bike, and bleed the brakes, it will take a little extra pumping at the beginning as the fluid will take time to pressurize.Took over an hour total. Performance: Well the feel of the brake handle is pretty close to stock after a fresh fluid flush, so no real difference. The brake power seems to be around 25-30% more over the stock yammi. I bought this break to start practicing endo's. This setup will get me there for sure. The progression of stopping power of the honda caliper was also better. It also has a newer age look to it as well. So was it worth it? For 60 bucks and with a brand new set of pads...Hellz ya! One Industries Hurricane Graphics and plastics kit This is a nice kit that's for sure. Cost me $230 shipped. For plastics, seat cover and graphics its a good deal. The yellow is not the same as Suzuki's, it's closer to school bus yellow than banana yellow. It's well packaged in the box. I also picked up the matching bar pad separately. First I dyed my gas tank black with my process, this was on a separate time line. First of all I will say after doing this, installing graphics sucks. It was a pita for sure to try to perfectly line up all the lines. Fort the Install I decided to do the front, rear fenders and the wings off the bike. I used the thumper talk heat gun method ignoring the instructions. After installing those pieces on the floor I installed them on the bike along with the number plate, DONT Forget, to reuse your metal washers that come on all your stock plastics. Then I put on the graphics on the remaining area's as I needed the seat and the wings on to match up the lines on the gas tank and air box. Took around 3 hours to fully install. I forgot I sent the seat out to get done, I also had them drill these cones in the foam to make the seat softer, that cost me 75 bucks. Performance: Well the plastics are a good quality as well as the graphics, the fit was pretty good from plastics to graphics lining up but for me I want perfection so it could have been a tad better. But the end result the bike looked better than I expected actually, I was impressed.When you compare the pics to ones with a blue tank you can see the pay off on the tank as it looks more natural. All said in done this is an expensive en devour especially if you send out the seat to get installed profesionally, got to pay to play on this mod, there are cheaper solutions out there.