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2015 Honda CRF250R – Features and Benefits

In 2014, the Honda CRF250R earned another AMA 250 Supercross title, and was the ride of decision for Supercross riders. A great 48% of all rivals in the Supercross 250-class Championship rode the CRF250R in 2014. For 2015, the CRF250R offers a large group of upgrades, with another age 49mm Showa Separate Function Fork, Triple Air Chamber (SFF-Air) air fork and motor mode selector driving the way.

NEW FOR 2015

– New Engine Mode Select catch—an industry first among motocross machines—enables the rider to effectively choose one of three distinctive EFI/start maps to coordinate each track/riding conditions.- HRC® extra tuning instrument can be utilized to program custom maps activated by the Engine Mode Select catch.

– Larger-distance across fumes framework and new fuel-mapping settings for the Dual-Timing PGM-FI fuel infusion framework increment motor execution for smoother quickening, enhanced throttle reaction, faster revving and more pinnacle control.

– New throttle return spring gives a lighter draw.

– New 49mm Showa Separate Function Fork, Triple Air Chamber (SFF-Air) fork wipes out steel springs for less weight (2.8 pounds lighter) while offering a more extensive scope of modifications contrasted with ordinary spring fork.

– Left fork leg contains the triple air chamber, while the correct fork leg contains the bounce back and pressure damping instrument.

– Pro-Link® raise suspension utilizes a solitary stun now outfitted with a lighter and stiffer spring.

– New front/raise wave-style rotors with a bigger 260mm front brake circle add to general braking execution.

– New-age Dunlop Geomax MX52 motocross tires front and back offer enhanced footing in a wide assortment of landscape.

– Front brake guide and radiator flame broil now include a dark wrap up

– New fork covers. – All-new CRF® realistic.

Model: CRF250R

Motor Type: 249cc fluid cooled single-chamber four-stroke

Bore and Stroke: 76.8mm x 53.8mm

Pressure ratio: 13.5:1

Valve Train: Unicam®, four-valve; 30.5mm admission, titanium; 25mm fumes, steel

Induction: Dual-Timing PGM-FI, 46mm throttle body

Ignition: Full transistor with electronic progress

Transmission: Close-proportion five-speed

Last Drive: #520 chain; 13T/49T

Suspension Front: 49mm altered Showa SFF-Air fork with 16-position bounce back and 16-position pressure damping customizability; 12.2 inches travel

Raise: Pro-Link Showa single stun with flexible spring preload, 17-position bounce back damping customizability, and pressure damping modification isolated into low-speed (13 positions) and rapid (3.5 turns); 12.3 inches travel

Brakes Front: Single 260mm wave-style circle with twin-cylinder caliper

Raise: Single 240mm wave-style circle

Tires Front: Dunlop MX52 80/100-21

Raise: Dunlop MX52 100/90-19

Wheelbase: 58.6 inches

Rake (Caster angle): 27° 23′

Trail: 118mm (4.6 inches)

Seat Height: 37.4 inches

Ground Clearance: 12.7 inches

Fuel Capacity: 1.7 gallons

Color: Red

Control Weight*: 231.0 pounds