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post #1 of 22 Old 02-18-2016, 11:15 PM Thread Starter
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Hello CBR250R net members!

I bought a downed 2011 CBR 250 R in the interest of restoring the bike to it's former glory, but the cost of replacement parts was way higher then I ever imagined.

I have completely parted the bike down and begun to sell everything I can salvage off of the motorcycle. Bike went down on the right and broke almost every plastic piece. I have photos of almost everything for sale, but can only list so much on the site, give me a direct message for specific details.

I have some fast bike parts from it that include:

37MM Vortex 7 degree Clipons $100 **SOLD**
37MM Ricor Intiminators $160 (YOU CAN NOT BUY THESE NEW RIGHT NOW**SOLD**

I have already SOLD the following:

Engine
Gauges
Front axle
Underbelly Fairing
Rear Fender/License Plate holder
Left side Controls
Handlebars
Vortex Clipons
Ricor Intiminators.
Kickstand
Bent forks (one lower is useable)
Fuel Pump

For sale includes (plus anything not listed above likely!):

FULL ignition set with OEM key
FULL CLEAN TITLED FRAME (in my name)
1 Bar end
Both Seats (no tears, like new condition)
Rear tail light
Both Handgrips
BOTH WHEELS WITH ROTORS (no tires lol) - $200 SHIPPED and NO I won't sell you one wheel for $60.
Rear Cush drive, sprocket and hub as unit
Both Rearsets (one is bent)
Stock Chain
Rear Axle
Throttle Body
Kickstand sensor switch
Tip over sensor
Clutch/throttle cables in great condition
Purge Control Solenoid Valve
Left Rear Grab bar
Ignition Coil
ECU/ECM (OEM)
Rear shock/spring
Right Handlebar controls (killswitch, starter)
Triple Tree
Swingarm
Miscellaneous fairings with cracks and road rash
Full wiring harness (some rash to right turn signal)
Front brake caliper
Rear brake caliper

Message me with your buy price if you are interested in any of this. I'll keep shipping low as I have a lot of shipping materials here at the house.
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And I should add, No, the Pitbull stands are not for sale . Message me with any questions or parts of interest!
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PM'd about Vortex clip ons and a front master cylinder cap if you have one
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Messaged back!

Don't know if this is relevant... but I BOUGHT A 2009 CBR600RR TODAY DDDDDDDD. It has some electrical issues, but the owner was not too bright when installing some stuff -,-

ALSO - Kickstand no longer for sale - Check out the Photo of the kickstand I put on the the CBR600 (yes the 250 and the 600 share the same kickstand!). I don't even know where to begin about where or why that previous owner built that kickstand.
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That is hands down the ugliest thing I've ever seen on a bike. Dear God.

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That is hands down the ugliest thing I've ever seen on a bike. Dear God.
Yeah... the bike is lowered two inches and it works perfectly, maybe not when it is back at stock height.

Previous owner said he was a farm guy and knew how to weld... okayyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

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... Previous owner said he was a farm guy and knew how to weld... okayyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
The PO obviously didn't know how to look up parts for the bike... if he did he would have seen that a new side stand from Honda sells for less than $10.

@Urbane, so how many parts were damaged on your CBR250R?... I'm surprised you're parting it out, as replacement parts are generally pretty inexpensive for these bikes, especially when you order them from one of the online discount Honda dealers.
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The PO obviously didn't know how to look up parts for the bike... if he did he would have seen that a new side stand from Honda sells for less than $10.

@Urbane, so how many parts were damaged on your CBR250R?... I'm surprised you're parting it out, as replacement parts are generally pretty inexpensive for these bikes, especially when you order them from one of the online discount Honda dealers.
Based on the pictures, it looks like a minimum that the brake lever/bar ends, radiator, exhaust, front forks, instrument cluster, fairings, windscreen took a big hit. The forks alone probably doomed it.

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Yeah the front forks went kaput and twisted, if someone wants the lowers the left is salvageable. Plastics were pretty expensive for this bike that weren't China :/.
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