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  • #31
    Originally posted by The Stig View Post
    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.
    That black thingy is for the helmet. Acts like a helmet lock/holder.
    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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    • #32
      Just came back after removing the saree guard. It seriously was an eye sore, the bike looks much better w/o it. Had to use the Ninja's tool kit to open it, as the one provided with the CBR is absolutely useless.



      Attaching a pic of the bike w/o the saree guard and the tool kit provided with the Ninja.




      Originally posted by sudeepnbr View Post
      That black thingy is for the helmet. Acts like a helmet lock/holder.
      How does that work??
      Last edited by The Stig; 05-02-2011, 06:57 PM.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by The Stig View Post
        How does that works??
        I'm not sure about it. I've heard it from people in US who've already got their CBRs delivered. I guess there is some hook under the seat (just like the FZ) where you can hang your helmet.
        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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        • #34
          Spotted a red CBR250R at Haji Ali at around 1900hrs. The rider was wearing a red graphics KBC helmet & the reg started with MH-02-CG-XXXX & had done pooja.

          Anybody from our family?
          Id rather be on my motorcycle and think about God than be in temple and think about my motorcycle!!

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          • #35
            congratz guyz....
            [/SIGPIC]PULSATING 22o

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            • #36
              As the days are going by I am kind of starting liking this bike. Alas Ninja is so far.
              2007 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
              2008 - Yamaha YZF R15
              2009 - Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme
              2013 - KTM 390 Duke
              2017 - Yamaha FZ25

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              • #37
                great bike..congrats to all owners of this wonderful machine..
                Suzuki Gixxer - Current
                Karizma ZMR <3 - Sold
                Apache RTR160 - Sold
                Honda Stunner - Sold
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                • #38
                  Congrats on your CBR 250R.It's a cracker of a ride.Looking forward to read your roadtrips on it

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                  • #39
                    I think The Rear Tyre will skid in wet surface or a short-high angle curve.
                    Otherwise, Just WOW.
                    Yamaha Gladiator SS - Owned and Sold.
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                    Tiger in a Wolf's body = Apache RTR = Small Size - Amazing pickup.
                    Beat that if you can.
                    Yamaha SS 125 - August 17 - January 10, 2012
                    Backed in it for my true love for Yamaha.
                    Still best ride for me Apache RTR ( till 150cc )
                    Apache Hyperedge - January 10, 2012 - Present
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by The Stig View Post
                      Just came back after removing the saree guard. It seriously was an eye sore, the bike looks much better w/o it. Had to use the Ninja's tool kit to open it, as the one provided with the CBR is absolutely useless.

                      Attaching a pic of the bike w/o the saree guard and the tool kit provided with the Ninja.






                      How does that work??
                      Please send an angry mail to Honda India asking them to give necessary tools, not just a couple of play toys for 10 year old kids.. Send these photos in those mails.. This will help future CBR owners very much.. When you pay for a PREMIUM bike, you should get premium service..
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                      My IBA SS delayed.. Damn.. ;-(

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                      • #41
                        awesome buddy....happy for you and your cbr, i have booked myself a std. (red) one...will be taking delivery in a couple of months. I havent been able to ride one as there is no test ride vehicle at the showrooms in kochi. How is the the performance of the bike.??

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                        • #42
                          i had booked mine on 5 april ruby red std ..

                          can u plzz check its milage (avg) in city and plzz tell it here..

                          i havent taken td yet ..
                          Last edited by Rahul Rods Tewathia; 05-03-2011, 05:49 PM.
                          Hero Honda Karizma: 2008 - SOLD
                          Yamaha R15 : 2010 - SOLD
                          Honda CBR 250R : 2011

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                          • #43
                            Congrats all you CeeBeeArr owners...!! The bike looks much better in the flesh! Can't wait to take a test ride, jus for kicks.. As for me i'm quite happy with my R15, jus got Joel's kit, so its now an R165

                            Please share some initial ride reports guys, just somethin short and sweet - about how it feels, is it comfortable to ride, any comments on engine or exhaust note and such! We'll wait a lil longer for a full review!
                            A good rider has balance, judgment, and good timing. So does a good lover!

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                            • #44
                              Very soon I'll get my black ABS. Maybe in the next couple of weeks. Did not get the bike but already got some "good"ies for my CBR .

                              Did any CBR owner enquired about the warranty issues if we install HID?
                              Last edited by thefastestindian; 05-03-2011, 10:42 PM.
                              M800 - 2001 - 5787.
                              Nano 2011 - 5086.
                              Figo 2011 - 518.
                              P220 - 2010 - 5995.
                              CBR 250R - 2011 - 250.
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                              • #45
                                Yuuuuuuhuuuuuu.....! am getting my CBR tomorrow ....guys cia after run in...!
                                Its not enough to know how to twist the throttle; you must have judgement to know when and where to do it.

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