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    Post Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by Pavithranmt View Post
    I am facing a strange vibration on my left side handle bar between 4.5 - 5 k rpm. Right side handle bar is fine. Bar end weights are perfect
    I think you asked this question earlier right, vibrations on the left side of the bar. Two things, loose bar end weight or loose clip on or fork bolts. And mild buzz will always be there at 5k and is felt without gloves, with gloves it won't even be discernible.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Is there any way to change the chain slider without having to remove too many things?

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    Lightbulb Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Guys -

    I m experiencing vibration at handlebar during 3k - 3.5k rpm . after that it becomes smooth but the vibration starts at 5.5k and goes all the way till redline.

    currently using honda 10w-30 oil as serviced by Honda service center.

    can you tell me what could be the vibration at this lower rpm. (new cluth plate and chain sprocket has been installed).

    i have made all bar ends tight.

    Need your help guys

    Thanks

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    Post Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by Ishan.1703 View Post
    Is there any way to change the chain slider without having to remove too many things?
    Yes. Remove the front sprocket cover and install, it's pretty much easy.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluespace View Post
    Guys -

    I m experiencing vibration at handlebar during 3k - 3.5k rpm . after that it becomes smooth but the vibration starts at 5.5k and goes all the way till redline.

    currently using honda 10w-30 oil as serviced by Honda service center.

    can you tell me what could be the vibration at this lower rpm. (new cluth plate and chain sprocket has been installed).

    i have made all bar ends tight.

    Need your help guys

    Thanks
    Is your chain tension too taut? If yes, then you will have vibrations. Too tight a chain will cause vibrations. The chain must have the right slack, and adjusted at the tightest spot, so that the chain isn't too tight at one point, which will cause unwanted sounds and vibrations.

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    Yes. Remove the front sprocket cover and install, it's pretty much easy.



    Is your chain tension too taut? If yes, then you will have vibrations. Too tight a chain will cause vibrations. The chain must have the right slack, and adjusted at the tightest spot, so that the chain isn't too tight at one point, which will cause unwanted sounds and vibrations.

    Cheers!
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    Thanks VJ!

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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Hey guys, where can I find genuine used CBR 250R in Hyderabad? Any idea? OLX and others seems a bit off. Please suggest if you know someone or some place. Thank you.
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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    While searching for alternative for non-abs brake pads, i stumbled across the website LRLmotors selling Vesrah Ceramic Brakes pads for CBR250R . The prices are reasonable ( 1000 Rs) . Did a quick search but did not find any reviews /feedback on the products.

    Do anyone have any feedback or experience either with the seller (https://lrlmotors.com/) or the vesrah brake pads ?
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    Bar end weights are perfect. I checked all bolts , and all of them are fine. I think the problem will be with the engine mounts. One mechanic told me that , the engine bedding bolt will be the issue, what's your feed back?
    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    I think you asked this question earlier right, vibrations on the left side of the bar. Two things, loose bar end weight or loose clip on or fork bolts. And mild buzz will always be there at 5k and is felt without gloves, with gloves it won't even be discernible.

    Cheers!
    VJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavithranmt View Post
    Bar end weights are perfect. I checked all bolts , and all of them are fine. I think the problem will be with the engine mounts. One mechanic told me that , the engine bedding bolt will be the issue, what's your feed back?
    I for one would recommend any bolt and nut that holds the engine on to the frame to be re-inspected. From what I know, the CBR's engine bolts are pretty much excellently torqued, unless they were rigged down earlier due to engine work. The factory torque is just amazing. But, I'd still insist you to check your foundation bolts and check for the right torque. Also, I'd recommend you get your chain slack checked, if it's too tight, you will have some vibes on the bars as speeds pick up.

    Cheers!
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    Default Re: Honda CBR 250R

    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    Yes. Remove the front sprocket cover and install, it's pretty much easy.



    Is your chain tension too taut? If yes, then you will have vibrations. Too tight a chain will cause vibrations. The chain must have the right slack, and adjusted at the tightest spot, so that the chain isn't too tight at one point, which will cause unwanted sounds and vibrations.

    Cheers!
    VJ
    No chain is adjusted correctly. not tight not loose. the vibration goes down as soon as i cross the mentioned rpm 3.5k

    The vibration is felt like resonant vibration may be on handlebar which is happening only at the certain rpm range 3.3k-3.5k rpm. which is causing me to shift gear early at 3.5k rpm.

    Dont know what could be the issue.
    Last edited by bluespace; 02-26-2020 at 03:31 PM.


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