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post #51 of 53 Old 07-24-2016, 10:34 PM
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Greetings from Indonesia,

Nice to know you all and thank you very much for all of your great input.

Finally my bike (CBR250R ABS 2013) was done after working for a day :

What changed and plug n play :
1. CB300F top clamp
2. CB300F handle bar (only hole is differ)
3. CB300F handle bar clamp
4. CB300F throttle A & B
5. CB300F clutch cable

Problem found :
1. original Ignition bolt was become round from honda.. so i go to the lathe workshop to do it. i don't know why, might be for security precaution from thief.. it's "Indonesia" by the way :P.
2. CB300F handle bar has different hole like said before from seniors in this forum
3. YES! the windscreen! need to take it out.. would be another project to remove full fairing & change it to this gorgeous lamp : Honda Grom MSX125 TDM Projector Headlight Unit Head Light with Blue Ring MSX 125 | eBay. Bought it from https://bikerzbits.co.th/ cheaper..
4. engine light problem. 5 long 4 short while off and on idle (said it was bank angle sensor fault). on the run engine light always on. I don't touch any sensor by the way. only change the cables. this is the video i've uploaded : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHYq70YkAW4. Quite annoys me but it's okay for major feel changes ) will fix it later.

What excites me :
1. Best handling ever from my bike )
2. Lesser engine vibration on higher revs
3. this is the best part : i don't have to change the front brake hose!

Sorry for the repetition of the detailed modification explanation. But i really want to share the excitement to all of you )

Best Regards,

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post #52 of 53 Old 11-04-2016, 11:22 AM
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Wow! Just the thread I needed!
You guys probably just saved me thousands of dollars with not needing to buy a new sport adventure bike.
I love my 250 but I really wanted more comfort and a more upright position.
A CB300F Top clamp
A bar riser
A CB300F handlebar
Buell lower foot pegs
All the bells and whistes...
It will be my winter project on my 2014 CBR250R

Cheers from Montreal!
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Hi Sylvain, I was also very excited when I found this tread and I have proceeded to the mods including trimming the windshield and lowering the front fork. Driving position is really improved in my opinion and the bikes handles perfectly. I am now moving to a CB500X because I wanted a bigger bike, and my bike is now for sale, but if you have questions or want to take a look at the result (If you haven't done the work already) you can contact me. I live in Otterburn Park.
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