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2004 HONDA CR134

2004 HONDA CR134
2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134 2004 HONDA CR134
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General Info Additional Info
Model Year 2004
Brand Honda
Model CR
Engine Size 125
Engine Type 2-Stroke
Parts Brand Model Additional info
Graphics Throttle Jockey
Handlebar Renthal
Grips Renthal
Clutch Lever MSR
Footpegs IMS
Exhaust Other
Piston Wiseco
Air Filter Twin Air
Fork Showa
Rear Shock Kayaba
Suspension Mods Factory Connection
Tires Dunlop
Rims D.I.D
Sprockets Renthal
Brake Rotors Braking
Additional Info I bought the bike to swap out some parts onto another 04 and then sell it, but it blew up less than a lap into the first ride. After seeing the damage in the motor, I knew I was in for the long haul. I had Eric Gorr work his magic on the cylinder and a new head I purchased (134 kit), I bought two new OEM cases, and put all new OEM clutch components in it. I have an Eastwood hobbyist powdercoat system at home, so I decided to powdercoat the motor while I had it apart. I also recently learned to spray cerakote, so I did the master cylinders, calipers, hubs, and shock body. Also, I sprayed some hi-temp clear cerakote on the BUD steel pipe after heating up the welds. I then had Factory Connection rebuild the suspension and put a stiffer rear spring on to compliment the 05 CRF450 forks up front. Other things include having the frame powdercoated white to go with the TJ graphics, installing a lectron carb, and using an 07 CR125 airboot. With any luck, maybe she'll be on the gate for the 125 All-Star race at Southwick! IF we have a Southwick national this year... (fingers crossed)
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