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  • #16
    Congrats guys!!! the bike looks great in the flesh!!!


    My offerings to the gods of speed -

    - KTM Duke 200
    - Yamaha RXZ 5 speed


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    • #17
      Congrats guys!
      @ The Stig: Whats the make of the front n rear tyre? Doesn't look to me like the IRCs...

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      • #18
        CBR Fairing removal

        Hi All,

        Here's a short tutorial on removing the CBR's fairing, which I got from another forum (www.cbr250.org)
        I have requested the owner to let me put up his tutorial here.

        Please use the following link, to access the information
        Remove Fairing
        Last edited by hifisharu; 06-04-2011, 10:05 AM. Reason: Posting pics inline with text

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        • #19
          Originally posted by keshavarora View Post
          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...
          Congrats...

          night vision of pilot lights is looking awesome...wide one...

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          • #20
            So, the thread is finally up. Congrats to those who got the CBR. Deliveries have started in Hyderabad; just saw one on the road today morning. Lets see how many members from Hyderabad will be on this thread.
            HH Karizma (Current) || CBF Stunner PGM-FI || Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler
            Honda Aviator || Kinetic Flyte || Kinetic Blaze || HH Splendor

            Two ZMAs, 9 Days in Western Ghats

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            • #21
              Congrats to all those who got the delivery of their machines and who are about to get.

              Originally posted by hifisharu View Post
              Hi All,

              Here's a short tutorial on removing the CBR's fairing, which I got from another forum (www.cbr250.org)
              I have requested the owner to let me put up his tutorial here.

              Hope it help some ppl initially
              To Remove Fairing
              Quite useful but a bit too early
              Last edited by Shreeni0403; 05-02-2011, 11:21 AM.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Shreeni0403 View Post
                Congrats to all those who got the delivery of their machines and who are about to get.



                Quite useful but a bit too early
                Like first ball six in a test match?
                Last edited by [email protected]; 05-02-2011, 11:27 AM.
                HH Karizma (Current) || CBF Stunner PGM-FI || Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler
                Honda Aviator || Kinetic Flyte || Kinetic Blaze || HH Splendor

                Two ZMAs, 9 Days in Western Ghats

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                • #23
                  @hifisharu - Good work mate!
                  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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                  • #24
                    Congrats to all proud owners of the CBR. Lets ride!!!
                    Thanks hifisharu for that info, and Stig, congo man!!!

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                    • #25
                      @All: Glad to add useful info

                      @ Shreeni: I'm posting it considering the probability we might have to strip down the fairing to get rid of the license plate holder

                      @All: If anybody has got rid of the license plater holder, please do let us know, how difficult it is, does the fairing need to be removed? Any cutting invloved?

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by hifisharu View Post
                        @All: If anybody has got rid of the license plater holder, please do let us know, how difficult it is, does the fairing need to be removed? Any cutting invloved?
                        I guess we can remove the license plate holder without removing the fairing. There is enough space near the instrument cluster so that you can put your hand inside and remove it using some tools.
                        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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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by johnjojo08 View Post
                          @Stig is it 26.2 bhp ? What does owners manual says? What about run in period as per manual(dianctance and km/hr to be maintained)?
                          Hmmmm, not sure man there are hundreds of power figures on the net, some say its 19kw some say 25.8ps, the honda india website claims only 25ps not really sure what the real figure is.

                          I myself am very eager to see what the manual says as I am yet to receive my copy.

                          Originally posted by Maestro View Post
                          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!)
                          No its wasnt me for sure, havent yet got the no. for the bike so riding within thane.

                          Originally posted by chiku181 View Post
                          Congrats guys!
                          @ The Stig: Whats the make of the front n rear tyre? Doesn't look to me like the IRCs...
                          They are continental tyres, IRCs are provided in thailand.

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                          • #28
                            Congrats to all who have got their CBRs .......... waiting for a detailed ride experience

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                            • #29
                              @ the stig & @ keshavarora : Congrats on your buy ! Good that u guys got delivery so soon , i heard that the waiting period is stretching into June now ! Wishing you many happy miles ahead ! Ride safe !
                              Stock is boring , power is everything .


                              2009 Yamaha R16 ( Slightly Joel'ed )
                              2011 Kawasaki Ninja 250R (Stock)

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                              • #30
                                Went down yesterday to remove the saree guard but when i took out the took kit this is what I found in the tool box. can other owners please confirm is this what they got or is my dealer cheating me?
                                sorry for the poor quality pic, but if someone can tell me what is that black thing in the attached pic?

                                And the clip-ons on are out of alignment, the gear lever is way too high. Need to visit the service center tomorrow.

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