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post #1 of 7 Old 08-13-2016, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Rear handle covers / plugs / delete

Does anyone if a rear handle cover exists for the CBR 250R?

I wanted to remove the rear handles, but I can't find anything to cover up that hole with afterwards.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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Does anyone if a rear handle cover exists for the CBR 250R?

I wanted to remove the rear handles, but I can't find anything to cover up that hole with afterwards.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
The only outfit I know of that was (is?) doing them is Absolute Motorcycle parts in Thailand.
Strangely their website seems to have been down for some months now but they still have a facebook page you could perhaps contact them through.

https://www.facebook.com/AbsoluteMotorcycleParts/

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It may be worth it to check out the tyga tail if you add up the price of a seat cowl, grab handle plugs, and a fender eliminator.

Tyga Performance - .Kit, Seat Set, (Street GRP), GP CBR250R - Bodywork and Carbon
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The only outfit I know of that was (is?) doing them is Absolute Motorcycle parts in Thailand.
Strangely their website seems to have been down for some months now but they still have a facebook page you could perhaps contact them through.

https://www.facebook.com/AbsoluteMotorcycleParts/
Thank you! I don't use Facebook though :/


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It may be worth it to check out the tyga tail if you add up the price of a seat cowl, grab handle plugs, and a fender eliminator.

Tyga Performance - .Kit, Seat Set, (Street GRP), GP CBR250R - Bodywork and Carbon

That's not happening lol but thanks!
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I have found a garage in Bangkok that does them. He will do the CBr150/250 & 300. I have ordered 2 in black, via my Thai wife, how they turn out I will advise.
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Well they arrived safely, removed the grab handles and bolted in the blanks.
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Well they arrived safely, removed the grab handles and bolted in the blanks.
That looks awesome. Thanks for the update.

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