TORKiT's CR250R 4

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General Info

Model Year
Model Year
2003
Model Year:
Model Year
2003
Brand
Honda
Brand:
Honda
Model
CR
Model:
CR
Engine Size
250
Engine Size:
250
Engine Type
2-Stroke
Engine Type:
2-Stroke
Parts
Brand
Model
Additional info

Parts

Graphics
Throttle Jockey
Graphics: Throttle Jockey
Plastic
Polisport
Plastic: Polisport
Handlebar
Pro Taper
Handlebar: Pro Taper
Grips
Pro Taper
Grips: Pro Taper
Clutch Lever
Motion Pro
Clutch Lever: Motion Pro
Brake Lever
Motion Pro
Brake Lever: Motion Pro
Seat
Other
Seat: Other
Exhaust
Pro Circuit
Exhaust: Pro Circuit
Clutch
Hinson
Clutch: Hinson
Piston
ProX
Piston: ProX
Air Filter
Uni
Air Filter: Uni
Air Intake
Boysesen
Air Intake: Boysesen
Engine Mods
Other
Engine Mods: Other
Triple Clamps
Tag Metals
Triple Clamps: Tag Metals
Fork
Showa
Fork: Showa
Rear Shock
Showa
Rear Shock: Showa
Suspension Mods
Pro-Action
Suspension Mods: Pro-Action
Tires
Dunlop
Tires: Dunlop
Rims
Excel
Rims: Excel
Hubs
Talon
Hubs: Talon
Sprockets
Renthal
Sprockets: Renthal
Chain
DID
Chain: DID
Brakes
Other
Brakes: Other
Brake Pads
EBC
Brake Pads: EBC
Brake Rotors
Other
Brake Rotors: Other
Oils Lubes
Motul
Oils Lubes: Motul
Additional Info
Fun project! This 2003 Honda CR250R was ragged out and had a cracked cylinder. The rebuild process took a little over two months. I went with Pro-X crank and rod. I could not find any OEM cranks around. The cylinder had to be sent off for plating and weld the crack. The cases were sandblasted, shock rebuilt, and power coated the spring while waiting on the cylinder to come back. I installed all OEM parts for the top end. All new clutch plates and friction disk were added as well. Now the bike needs tires! These old 756s are spinning but cant eat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fTmZ2coOE4&t=20s
Additional Info:
Fun project! This 2003 Honda CR250R was ragged out and had a cracked cylinder. The rebuild process took a little over two months. I went with Pro-X crank and rod. I could not find any OEM cranks around. The cylinder had to be sent off for plating and weld the crack. The cases were sandblasted, shock rebuilt, and power coated the spring while waiting on the cylinder to come back. I installed all OEM parts for the top end. All new clutch plates and friction disk were added as well. Now the bike needs tires! These old 756s are spinning but cant eat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fTmZ2coOE4&t=20s
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