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Won't give in to four strokes, and felt it was time for a new bike so here's the new steed. 04 CR250R

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the new and old ready to ride

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and one last night inside for some kicks...

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Nice bike, good condition, but why didnt you get 2005? It is the much better than 04.

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- i wanted a cr250 so bad couldnt wait to find a 05 and got a good deal

- i try to stay on 2 wheels

i guess only 2 people like it

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dude that bike is badass. Thats exactly how i want my bike to look, right now i have black plastics and whatnot and it looks to freestyle. whats all done to it??

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looks brand new and looks sick, awesome bike!

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thats a clean ass looking 250. i really like that. i wish i had the money to trade in my 98 for a newer cr like that. good luck with the bike

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all i got on it is, moose taller seat, protaper reed bend bars, asv clutch lever everything else stock. personally i love the stock look with black rims but i doubt would spend my money on that.

the bikes been raced, chipped and dinged up forks/ number plate but looks like decent maintenance pulled the pipe and piston/ cylinder walls have no grooves/cuts and still cross hatch on the walls easily seen.

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all i got on it is, moose taller seat, protaper reed bend bars, asv clutch lever everything else stock. personally i love the stock look with black rims but i doubt would spend my money on that.

the bikes been raced, chipped and dinged up forks/ number plate but looks like decent maintenance pulled the pipe and piston/ cylinder walls have no grooves/cuts and still cross hatch on the walls easily seen.

My CR is like you want.

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all i got on it is, moose taller seat, protaper reed bend bars, asv clutch lever everything else stock. personally i love the stock look with black rims but i doubt would spend my money on that.

the bikes been raced, chipped and dinged up forks/ number plate but looks like decent maintenance pulled the pipe and piston/ cylinder walls have no grooves/cuts and still cross hatch on the walls easily seen.

Dont forget the Applied top calmp.

Bike looks brand new. Keep up the good work.

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nice. how hard is a 250 to handle. i have an CR85 and its hard to handle...idk how u guys handle those big 2 strokes

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Very cool!! I went back to a smoker after about a year on an 06 CRF 250. Best decision I ever made. I love my 05. I had the head milled and put a V-force, anf FMF Fatty and Turbine core II silencer (I run HS and MX). I really like the better bottom end I got from the reeds and the hed being milled. On the next top end I'll have it ported and I'll be done messing with it.

Oh yeah, I went one tooth bigger on the rear sprocket!

BTW, sweet looking and very clean bike! Enjoy!!:thumbsup::worthy:

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