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  1. TannerCRF250

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

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    I love it, it's bone stock. But I know I could mod it if I wanted to and get more power. Will soon do the mods and add an IMS desert tank, get the suspension done, and re gear it. I'll add some other little parts too.
  2. Old Goat Ninja

    L vs X

    Just curious, how many of you have or had dirt bikes? I have my L set up pretty dang good, but lately it's been strictly my dirt bike. Been kinda sorta wondering if I'd be better off with a CRF250X. On paper, stock vs stock, the X is almost 70lbs lighter. That's a lot when you're picking up a fallen bike it trying to keep a bike from falling lol. The X has roughly 10 more HP too. Anyways, anyone happen to have both and can compare? Or have similar dirt bikes and compare? I've never ridden a pure dirt bike before. I've never wanted one before, but now I kind of do. Kind of. I do pretty good on my L too. The extra height isn't a problem. I'm 6'3", and I could use the extra ground clearance. I got stuck on a boulder yesterday.
  3. gem-crf-ini

    Honda CRF250X (2008)

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    This great dirt bike!
  4. spenny08

    Honda CRF250X (2014)

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    After opening up the airbox and rejetting the power gain was excellent, good all-rounder easy to handle, just a blast to ride!
  5. Hi all, I'm in need of some help or a wiring diagram....with my wiring behind the headlight. I've inherited a CRF250X which used to be road legal........not anymore.......all of the ADR wiring has been removed or unplugged and the existing connectors and wiring colours don't match each other! I don't care about the indicators or any other road going electrical parts. I already have access to the wiring diagram, however this does not cover any of the road legal extra wiring that is fitted to the Australia models! Can somebody help with a link? Or anything!! I will understand if you just scroll past this and run!! I hate this kind of stuff but I'm not giving up! The bike runs by the way Thanks in advance
  6. repolak

    Need serious help with bike setup

    alright guys, I have an 06 Crf250x. I love the bike, I do, my problem is that it just doesnt perform well at race pace, or that long of endurance. I am about 220lb, and the suspension is just killing my arms. A little history- Forks havent been bled, ever. Suspension is completely stock. valves have never been redone. Everything except the rekluse clutch is stock on the thing. Please for the love of all that is braap, tell me what I need to do to get me through my hare scrambles and enduro racing.
  7. wagz112

    Rebuilt Topend 2006 crf250x

    After being the 3rd owner and a couple of years riding under my belt, the original valves finally went south. After a couple of shim jobs I decided to rebuild the top-end of this bike I've grown to appreciate. I researched a bunch on this site and others and decided on a brand new head 2007 crf250r with Kibble White SS intake and exhaust valves from CRFs Only. I figured for $200 more than a rebuild of my current stock head, it'd be worth the added performance of the '07 R. Additionally, I settled on keeping my stock cylinder that was in good shape with original cross-hatching. I planned on getting a HC piston, like 13.5-1, but couldn't purchase one in time for the build and settled on a new stock '08 crf250R piston. Not sure if the '08 piston is spec at 13.1-1 compression ratio due to decreased volume of the '08 head vs. the '07 head 12.9-1 ratio, but I went with it anyway. Along with the '08 piston, I went with a '08 R cam. Per Rick Ramsey's site information I went with stock '06 crf250x head and cylinder base gaskets for thinner measures in hopes of increased or maintained compression ratios. I also replaced the cam chain and tensioner. I tore down by myself (easy part). Rebuild done by Paul at Powertoys in Montclair, CA, for 3 hours of labor. I was already running 4x4 open air box, FMF Q4 muffler, stock X header, 42 pilot 2 turns out, 158 main, and stock gearing. After a few complete warm-ups and baby runs at no more than 1/3 throttle and complete cool downs, I took her for her first ride yesterday. Nice nice dirt after Thursday's rain at Silver Wood Lake OHV area to SW Arrowhead ! Perhaps it felt so great being a fresh top-end in general, but I am happy with the '07R head and '08 R cam. Maybe a tad bit of lost bottom-end, but coming off the stock '06 California X cam, anything is better! It seemed to stall a bit easier a couple times in slow rocky areas that I hadn't before, but I was still trying to baby the new top-end so not the best momentum. This fresh bike definitely rips and tears up the trails. I can't wait to really open her up next ride! Here's some pics of my tear down, new head from CRFs Only, and yesterday's ride. Let me know what you think or if you have questions on my rebuild. Cheers!
  8. ThumperTalk

    Honda CRF250X 2007

    11 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 0 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 249 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: OHV Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 5 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): Dunlop 100/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.3 / 1480.8 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 225 / 102.1 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.2 / 8.3 Seat Height (in / mm): 37.7 / 957.6 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Not Available Windshield: Not Available
  9. As the title state I am considering a CRF250X, Probable a used one in very good to great condition. I have been trying to do my home work on this bike and have read a bunch already on it. I have rode 2T's my whole life and all Yamaha's. Being I will be 55yrs old this year my glory days are over but i still enjoy riding single tracks. Jumps are out unless its necessary as i have had 4 rotator cuff surgery's, tennis elbow surgery and several broken bones through the years. I now ride with a EVS shoulder support with out any problems but I am not going to push it like I use to. Is any year better than another?? From what I have read the bike weighs in at 230lbs. What mods could I do to take some weight off the bike?? I know about the battery as that will save 2-3lbs but what else could a guy do to shave off more weight as I will be adding weight with bark busters,skid plate, and radiator guards. Next how often does the valves really need to be Checked/shimmed if not winding the bike out?? I am more of a lower Rpm guy and prefer to use the torque of a engine and slip the clutch VS Revving the crap out of a bike. I am sure I will have more questions but above is to get started with. Thanks guys.
  10. 2004CRF250x

    Honda CRF250X (2004)

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    They may have their valve issues, but after you go stainless, I dare you to find a problem with this bike.
  11. skorpan777

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

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    CRF250X 2006 I bought this bike for my wife, she was 35 years old and had NEVER ride a morocycle before. It feels light and the engine (keep it stock!) is mellow and dont do any unexpexted. All i can say its the second best beginner bike after KLX140. The only thing better with the KLX is the seat hight. But there is a fix for the seat hight and i HIGHLY recomend doing it, it is to lower the bike INTERNALLY front and rear. about 5-7cm (she is 160cm) Dont go the rout with only getting a lowering link in the rear and stop there, you need to do the front or the bike will get hard to ride and the person riding it will never get comfortable and it will take forever to learn. BUY THE BIKE TO YOUR WIFE BUT LET A SHOP LOWER IT AND THERE IS NO BETTER BIGINNE BIKE!
  12. Frost1eboy

    Honda CRF250X (2004)

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    Awesome Awesome bike. With a few performance mods this bike absolutely flies! The torque is unreal!
  13. MotoFly1675

    Honda CRF250X (2005)

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    Perfect bike for deep woods trail riding. Added front light helps with riding at dusk, easy to convert to street and get plated if you wish to blast down some public dirt roads.
  14. Oxinbox21

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

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    Great fun bike!
  15. Enduro28

    Honda CRF250X (2009)

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  16. texxter

    Honda CRF250X (2008)

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    Love this bike! Light, competent, tough!
  17. HondaCRFguy

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

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    i will never sell my honda
  18. stokes 436

    Honda CRF250X (2008)

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    top end, bearing caps and cam.
  19. secbiker

    Honda CRF250X (2004)

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    Love this bike, easy and powerfull.
  20. High Society

    Honda CRF250X (2008)

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    Put about 3 or 4 rides on the bike. Didn't enjoy any of them. I just couldn't get used to the bike.
  21. CQR

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

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    Sold for a Pinger
  22. El Toro

    Honda CRF250X (2012)

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    Latest addition to CRF family.
  23. RevItToDeath

    Honda CRF250X (2009)

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    2010 Honda CRF250X HRC edition Love of my life, and first real bike I've had. Rode years ago on an XR200R when I was 15 or so. 5 years later I got this and the improvment over the XR is phenomenal. Handles great, really tight! power isn't all that but for a 250 it's not bad. But still seems to be XR tough! The white photo is when I first got it, in it's HRC edition plastics. Since I've swapped all the plastics for Acerbis ones, put on a FX Evo 11 Sticker kit, FX all-grip seat cover, Trailtech Voyager system (total crap IMO), Trailtech high power stator & flywheel, Pro-taper pillow top grips and a Baja designs Squadron 40W LED lighting system (worth every penny) Now getting out and thrashing it :D
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