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Huck369

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  1. So just released pics of the prototype AJP P310
  2. I have no doubt that you have done more comparing of the 2 bikes than I, but I did still have a CRF230F when I got the AJP, so I did look at it, and if the AJP had not been a brand new bike, I would have probably swapped in the Honda motor, so I would have then found, the differences you apparently found....but I have done a few motor swaps before, so from what I saw, it would have been a pretty easy swap......If anyone would like to send me a good CRF230 motor, I'd be more than happy to give it a try You for sure, have done more for the CRF230's than most, and I followed your info a lot while I had my CRF230's
  3. You would use the AJP Airbox and tank, the engines should just swap, pretty sure the clone Zongshen motor in the AJP has the same mount locations as the Honda...
  4. Mine is a 2016 PR4 Enduro, which I have been riding for over a year now, and the suspension is in a whole other ball park from the CRF230F (I've owned 2 CRF230's and even bought an 87 XR200 New) I loved my CRF230's, but what I really loved about them was the motor, and the lower seat height than my CRF250X, The PR4 handles as well as my 250X did, but runs a copy of the CRF230's motor.....I do feel the Honda Motor made a little better power, but probably a matter of Cams and carb......and you could bolt a CRF230 motor onto the AJP Frame if you so chose. I have had NO troble with mine, it has bee very reliable, but like many low volume (Exotic) bikes, it does require a little more maintenance,(I have also owned some Moto Guzzi's So I'm used to that) and it comes with really soft organic brake pads, that wear fast, but I replaced them with some sintered metal ones that last better. Overall I REALLY like this bike....it's definitely not for everyone, not for the People that want the biggest and fastest, but it is a REALLY good trail bike, the short wheelbase makes it super agile in the tight singletrack I generally ride in, but would probably be not as good for the wide open dessert type riding....but for me it is probably my favorite trail bike I've had.
  5. Over a year of ownership of my PR4, and I still love the bike.....maybe not for everyone, but perfect for me.
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    2018 CRF230X - 215 lbs street legal

    Definitely the bike Honda Should build....I bought an AJP PR4, as it was the closest thing to this I could buy, but would have kept my CRF230 if it was "this bike"..... Honda should build one like this...the "CRF230X"
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    Cycra Racing Probend Bar Pack

    Great product!
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    Moose Racing Racing Flex Handguards

    Great for wind deflection
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    Madstad Engineering Easy Adjust Windshield System

    I love the Madstad Windshield system, have used to on a few of my bikes, they work VERY well!
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    Maier Mfg Universal Sport Windshield

    Good easy to install, and easy to remove
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    DirtRacks Rear Cargo Rack

    I really like this rear rack, although I've heard of failures, due to overhanging weight, some have added a rear support bracket down to the tail light mounts to aide in supporting it further back.
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    Yamaha XT250 2008

    The XT250 is a Great Dual Sport, with a lean toward off road, it's light and flick-able, stone cold reliable, lower seat height than many of the Dual Sports. It's no powerhouse, but has all the power I need, very forgiving, and simple to work on.
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    Yamaha XT250 (2008)

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    The XT250 is a Great Dual Sport, with a lean toward off road, it's light and flick-able, stone cold reliable, lower seat height than many of the Dual Sports. It's no powerhouse, but has all the power I need, very forgiving, and simple to work on.
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    Honda NC700X 2013

    Great All around bike, crazy good fuel mileage, I've gotten as good as 83 MPG out of it! Good road bike, and good on Gravel Roads, but too heavy for my tastes off road. The "Frunk" (Storage compartment when the fuel tank is normally) is a great feature on the NC700's....if it were a shaft drive bike I'd give it 5 stars
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    Honda NC700X (2013)

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    Great All around bike, crazy good fuel mileage, I've gotten as good as 83 MPG out of it! Good road bike, and good on Gravel Roads, but too heavy for my tastes off road. The "Frunk" (Storage compartment when the fuel tank is normally) is a great feature on the NC700's....if it were a shaft drive bike I'd give it 5 stars
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