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  1. isimmins

    DRC EZ Wire Kit - Problem

    Ditch DRC and buy: http://proracing.co.uk/xc_lighting.htm
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Thanks, how heavy was the weight which tried to eject itslef?
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Anyone know of a good source for flywheel weights for a 1987 CR250? Steahly do one for the 87 500 which say can be adapted but I was looking for something straightforward. Thanks in advance.
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Having messed around with a DRZ universal loom some time ago and then sold it on I just made the bike road legal without lights. I have now got a basic wiring loom from www.proracing.co.uk, fitted it this morning and it all seems to work. Here is a video showing my headlight at last working. Not very exciting but it pleased me. You can review the whole restoration here. So, nightime trailk riding coming soon......
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    1987 CR250 enduro pipe/spark arrestor???

    Thanks for the tip. I've found a 1987 FMF spark arrestor for the CR250 so I'll see how that goes.
  6. I have a 1987 CR250 which I have made road legal and I'm looking for a suitable spark arrestor. Does anyone know if one was ever made or has anyone adapted another type to fit a late 80s CR250/500 and if so, what type? Thanks Ian PS See the restoration here
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Now 100% UK road legal...... :ride:
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    Post pics of your CR's

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    Jetting on a 1987 CR250

    How does the bike run? OK upto about 1/3 throttle. What does the plug look like? Bit oily but otherwise clean. What altitude do you ride at? A few hundred feet. Do you notice a difference with the engine hot? No
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    Jetting on a 1987 CR250

    CR is running rich - oil dripping out of pipe, main jet size is 178, slow jet 85. Clymer manual says standard is 175/58. The manual also states that the carb should be a Keihin PJ26A. My bike has got a PJ28C, this is what it came with. I'm running it with a Pro-Circuit pipe. 40:1 petrol/oil mix. Two questions: Will the different carbs make much difference? Can someone give me a good starting point for sizes of main/slow jets? Thanks Ian
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    What, as opposed to a knobbly tyre with far less rubber in contact with the road at any one time? I've ridden other bikes with both and a trials tyre is far more sticky.
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Yep, I'm planning to road legalize it. Just waiting on Honda to confirm year of manufacture then I can get it registered....
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Thanks JJRace, well spotted! Brake line now routed correctly.
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    1987 CR250 Restoration - UK

    Honda - 1987 to 1989 are interchangeable. The inner clutch cover is from a 1988. I used Service Honda as they were cheaper than me buying it in the UK. http://www.servicehonda.com/parts.html
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