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  1. zachflapjack

    Honda CRF230F (2003)

    0 comments

    Indestructable relaible little heavy ass trail bike. Love it.
  2. slavy

    Honda CRF230F (2006)

    0 comments

    Awesome for what it is. Goes up the gnarly hills like a mountain goat
  3. robrobsen

    Honda CRF230F (2007)

    0 comments

    great bike
  4. ken_cloos

    Honda CRF230F (2004)

    0 comments

    ultimate wife-mobile. manageable power, a little tuning (suspension & carb). She cant pull a wheelie in 3rd gear but i have not found a single track she cant keep up.
  5. XRFeller

    Honda CRF230F (2004)

    0 comments

    good sturdy bike
  6. daled

    Honda CRF230F (2003)

    0 comments

    just plain fun
  7. Lefferts530

    Honda CRF230F (2006)

    0 comments

    First bike and I love it although Iv been looking in a crf250x for the extra power.
  8. Al_Pal

    Honda CRF230F (2006)

    0 comments

    just got it so stay tuned!
  9. bdewar

    Honda CRF230F (2012)

    0 comments

    Powerful. Good control. Brand new 2014 model.
  10. 65 Stang

    Honda CRF230F (2005)

    0 comments

    Small fun bike allittle heavy..
  11. HappyG

    Honda CRF230F (2004)

    0 comments

    the mud bike
  12. I just picked up a 2003 crf230f yesterday that had low compression. I was hoping I'd get lucky and maybe just do rings and gaskets but no suck luck. No biggie I got it cheap. It would idle fine other than either chattery valves or loose cam chain but only for a minute then it would stall. Compression was at 40 psi hot and cold with wide open throttle. Also it would bog if you grabbed any more than 1/4 throttle. So I ripped it apart today and found something weird. The cam was eaten away worse than I have ever seen. I'm looking for advice on where to go from here bottom end seems good to go it went through all gears but the top end is another story. Here is a picture of the cam any idea what would have caused this? Thanks in advance for any help
  13. Fatt_Tones

    Honda CRF230F 2014

    5 reviews

    ENGINE Engine Type: 223cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke Bore And Stroke: 65.5mm x 66.2mm Induction: 26mm piston-valve carburetor Ignition: CD Compression Ratio: 9.0:1 Valve Train: SOHC; two-valve DRIVE TRAIN Transmission: Six-speed Final Drive: #520 O-ring-sealed chain; 13T/50T" CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES Front Suspension: 37mm leading-axle Showa® fork; 9.5 inches travel Rear Suspension: Pro-Link® Showa single shock with spring-preload adjustability; 9.0 inches travel Front Brake: Single 240mm disc Rear Brake: Drum Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 100/100-18 DIMENSIONS Rake: 27.3° (Caster Angle) Trail: 112mm (4.4 inches) Wheelbase: 54.1 inches Seat Height: 34.1 inches Curb Weight: 249 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel-ready to ride) Fuel Capacity: 1.9 gallons, including 0.4-gallon reserve Ground Clearance: 11.7 inches OTHER Model Id: CRF230F Emissions: Meets current California Air Resources Board (CARB) and EPA off-road emissions standards. Available Colors: Red FACTORY WARRANTY INFORMATION Note: Six Months, Transferable limited warranty.
  14. mxchri5

    Honda CRF230F (2009)

    0 comments

    I like it but its quite heavy and underpowered for its weight
  15. New to the site here...I was brought here every time I would google a question and I figured if anyone's going to know what they're talking about, it would be you guys here. I have a 2005 honda crf 230 and I have been trying to figure out the best way to make it street legal in PA. I've been looking over the DMV laws and it requires the standards (lights, mirrors, etc) but one thing I missed was tires. I know the stock 100/100-18 knobbies on the rear aren't DOT and I've been looking around here and saw a couple people saying that I can get away with a 110/100-18. The only problem is I can't find anyplace that sells 110/100-80 with a street tread on them. Everything I see is just replacement ones for off-road or dual purpose that are DOT. I would rather have ones with more street tread just for the added traction, especially in rain. Anybody have any insight on this kind of stuff? Any place I should look that would sell specifically street designed 110/100-18? I found a Bridgestone Trail Wing TW41 that will work for the front tire, anything else I should consider? All advice is appreciated!
  16. Briandunning

    Honda CRF230F (2006)

    0 comments

    Wife's bike.
  17. Hey guys I am wondering buying a drz400 would be too much power for a supermoto?. like do i buy a 250 then make it a supermoto? is the 400 going to be way to much power ill probably use it more on road then offroad. is the 250 going to be to slow or is it going to be to fast? let me know what you guys think
  18. DeaconJames

    CAM INFO FOR CRF230

    Over the winter I plan on installing a wiseco piston in my 2016 crf230 , paired up with a different camshaft. Most people are using Webcam but I would like to try something different . I have been doing some research , spoke with bbr , crower and hotcams . And have the specs for all 3 cams . It is as follows STOCK CAM stock cam is around .256” .250” lifts and 220 degree / 218 BBR # 411-HCF-1503 Intake Valve Open = 15.9 Valve Close = 27.8 Duration = 223.7 Max Lift = .27669 Exhaust Valve Open = 28.9 Valve Close = 15.9 Duration = 224.8 Max Lift = .27815 Lobe Center Separation = 103 degrees Valve Overlap = 31.8 degrees CROWER 278"/.264" lift, 246°/246° duration HOTCAMS Exhaust Duration (Degrees at 1mm): 221.50 Exhaust Lift : .301" Exhaust Lobe Center (Degrees): 100.25 Exhaust Valve Lash (mm): .15 Intake Duration (Degrees at 1mm): 235.50 Intake Lift (mm): .303" Intake Lobe Center (Degrees): 107.25 Intake Valve Lash (mm): WEBCAM 340/402 Intake Exhaust Valve Lash (Inch): .004" .005" Valve Lift (Inch): 0.340 0.320 Valve Lift (mm): 8.64 8.13 Advertised Duration: 252° 263° Duration @ 0.050": 220° 234° Lobe Center: 108° 108 After reading the specs from all these cams , I cam up with the following : Bbr: Low duration , almost equal to stock , higher lift , no loss at lower end , may add a burst of power in the higher rpm ranges CROWER Noticeably higher duration , may sacrifice low end, higher lift then stock , pull nicely through the rpms . HOT CAMS lower duration , higher lift cam , no sacrifice in low end performance , substantial gains in mid/upper rpms . From what I'm looking at , this hotcam seems the most similar to the Webcam grind , keeping the duration fairly low , which maintains a nice low end torque , and a larger lift (not as large as the webcam) , but larger then others , which means a nice higher rpm pull right up to the Rev limit , and possibly easier on the valve gear . Let me know your guys opinions , keep in mind this will be paired with the wiseco "11:1" , yoshimura full exhaust. Jetting as required .
  19. gibbyster10

    Crf230f throttle response.

    Hi I have a 2005 crf230f and I rejeted the bike and installed a new air filter and that helped out a lot. Put I want more throttle response or something that can give the bike be more peppy. Let me know if u have any suggestions. ( And no I don't want to get a 250 I would like to keep the 230) all I do is trail ride.
  20. CaQCRider

    Honda CRF230F (2015)

    0 comments

    Good interdiate bike,good torque, stability,nice handling reliability,one of the best honda air cooled bike ever made.
  21. Want good suspension and real good tractor factor on hills
  22. Iainconnor

    Honda CRF230F (2007)

    0 comments

    great reliable bike, lacks a bit of top end though
  23. kawi_rider_02

    Best aftermarket carburetors?

    So i was looking for a after market carburetor that doesn't require me to re-jet it for different elevations because i ride from sea level (at the beach) to around 7000+ feet up in the mountains. So i heard of the lectron carb and Ive only heard good things about it. It is jet less and easy to adjust but they are pretty expensive for how much i would like to spend. I was wondering if any of you guys knew of some good aftermarket carbs for trail riding and in the dunes. Also i ride a 2005 crf230f. Thanks in advance!
  24. tumtumsback

    CRF230F Power Up Kit

    I have an 04 CRF230F Just installed the power up kit (132Main, 45Pilot, Power-up needle @ 3rd position // I ride at Sea Level). Haven't dialed the fuel screw in too much yet, but already notice the bike has more snap, especially low to midrange power! I followed instructions from a few sources -- Rick Ramsey, etc. Rick Ramsey mentions that the needle jet, which comes in the power-up needle part package, is unneeded. I am wondering, is there any difference between the needle jet from a stock 04 CRF230F Carb setup, and the needle jet in this power-up part package? Thanks! -Colin
  25. crf230rider13

    Honda CRF230F (2003)

    0 comments

    Great bike.
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