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  • Honda CBR 250R

    Useful posts to read before posting -

    7500 For Prospect CBR 250R Buyers
    7600 For New CBR250R Owners
    8200 For New CBR250R Owners - Part 2
    9899 HMSI Authorized Service Center Reviews & Experience

    with relevant details to guide them to most relevant sections first rather than discussing same topic over and over again.

    I too have have written about my ownership experience which can be accessed here and here. These include service/part costs which many prospective buyers are looking for. These links too can be added and others in the thread which you deem fit.





    Hi All,

    First of all I would like to thank the whole of Xbhp community in helping me make up my mind of canceling my delivery awaiting R15 and wait for the CBR 250, and also to make the waiting period so much more easier by providing continuous updates.

    Today I got the Delivery of my Black CBR 250R [C-ABS] , hence started the Thread, as soon, the deliveries for the CBR shall start at full swing and this thread would be useful to all CBR owners in sharing their experience and also to the gonna be CBR owners.

    Posting some basic specifications of the bike and some pics of My CBR.







    Complete Specifications

    Dimensions:
    Length: 2030mm
    Width: 709mm
    Height: 1127mm
    Wheelbase: 1369mm
    Seat Height: 784mm
    Ground Clearance: 148mm
    Rake: Trail: 95 mm
    Engine Type: 4 stroke, DOHC 4-valve, water cooled
    Displacement: 249.4CC
    Bore x Stroke: 76 x 55 mm
    Compression ratio: 10.7 : 1
    Maximum power: 26. 2 bhp (18.7 kilowatts) @8500 rpm (95/1/EC)
    Maximum Torque: 22.9 Nm @7,000 rpm (95/1/EC)
    Carburetion: Electronic Fuel Injection PGM-FI
    Diameter of the venture: 38MM
    Ignition: Transistorized with electronic advance
    Transmission: Clutch: Wet multiplate with coil springs
    Gearbox: Constant mesh 6-speed return
    Final Reduction: Ring Chain
    Final Drive: Chain
    Training: Mechanical cable
    Primary reduction 2.808
    Final reduction 2.714
    Electricals
    Start Electric
    Battery 12V/ 6AH
    Headlight 55/60 watts
    Chassis Frame Type: Double beam type steel tube (Diamond frame)
    Kerb Weight: 161 KG/ 165 (C-ABS version)
    Fuel Tank: 13 liter
    Rim Front Rear Tire Front Rear Suspension Front telescopic fork, 37 mm, 130 mm travel
    Rear Pro-Link Monoshock, 104 mm travel
    Brake: Front Hydraulic disc 296 x 4.5 mm with 2-piston caliper and resin pads
    Rear hydraulic disc 220 x 5 mm with single piston caliper and resin pads







    Last edited by The Monk; 07-29-2013, 02:01 PM.

  • #2
    finally...my cbr250r

    after more than a month-month and a half of waiting, finally my cbr250r is here...it came today only and am really happy with it...

    here are the first couple of pics...

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    • #3
      Congratulations everyone!

      Ownership experience approved.
      Last edited by sunilg; 05-01-2011, 06:56 PM.
      (Been There Done That) x 3.25

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      • #4
        Congratulations guys...

        @TheStig - the Stig has revealed his face?

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        • #5
          reviews reviews reviews we want reviews!!!!!!!!!!!

          lol...sorry for the desperado post :P but give us some nice cool reviews guys!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sunilg View Post
            Congratulations everyone!

            Ownership experience approved.
            Thanks for approving.

            Originally posted by lijok View Post
            Congratulations guys...

            @TheStig - the Stig has revealed his face?
            Heck, now I shall be sacked!!!

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            • #7
              Congratulation guys, waiting for more pics and review...
              Adnan

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              • #8
                Nice rides guys! congrats, do yourselves a quick favour and lose the saaree gaurd thing!
                Beware of Bread, don't say I didn't warn you!
                More than 98 percent of convicted criminals are bread eaters !
                Statistics show that more than 75 % of violent crimes are committed within 24 hours of eating bread !
                Bread is known to be extremely addictive. Subjects deprived of bread and given only water, actually begged for bread after just two days !
                Bread has been proven to kill. Scientists have now uncovered alarming evidence that 100% of the people who eat bread will eventually die !

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                • #9
                  Congratulations to everyone! Superb Pics!

                  One fact its a weird and negligible one but still a fact, CBR250R is 3rd bike in India to have "Bybre" Disc brake installed.

                  First one is Pulser220, the second one is Yamaha SZ-R (Yes! It has Bybre as front disc ) and Third one is Honda CBR250R!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by The Stig View Post

                    Maximum power: 26. 2 bhp (18.7 kilowatts) @8500 rpm (95/1/EC)


                    @Stig is it 26.2 bhp ? What does owners manual says? What about run in period as per manual(km/hr to be maintained)?
                    Last edited by johnjojo08; 06-12-2011, 12:20 AM.

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                    • #11
                      ^ yea very much interested in the manual & whatever is written inside!

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                      • #12
                        Congratulations to all who've got their CBRs.
                        Sudeep P Nambiar
                        Facebook | Twitter | Bangalore CBR 250R Riders Facebook Group
                        "If the path is beautiful, let us not ask where it leads. And if the destination is beautiful, let us not ask how is the path..."

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                        • #13
                          congrats to all... may the reveiws roll..
                          RIP Marco

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                          • #14
                            congrats to all...........by the way
                            @ stig were you by any chance near Godrej society vikhroli west yesterday!!!!!!(i think i saw you entering from the eastern express highway to LBS!)
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                            My Saddlesore Log : The 1st Successful Saddlesore in World on a GS150R

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                            • #15
                              congrats guys!

                              of the three colour options available here... i prefer the silver.


                              i've got my eye on a few CBR250R "spares"...

                              would really appreciate it if you guys know if spares are available... and where too.

                              want a rear rim & that swingarm.
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