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Hi all! Just bought a 2013 CBR250R. Been laid down pretty hard so I got a decent deal on it. Looking forward to having some fun on this thing once the handlebars are fixed.

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Hi all! Just bought a 2013 CBR250R. Been laid down pretty hard so I got a decent deal on it. Looking forward to having some fun on this thing once the handlebars are fixed.

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James congratulations on your new motorcycle, and welcome to the forum.
And if it is possible, and please I have a few questions:
1. Can you take a picture of the right handlbar damage in close-up? And add a picture of the whole right-side of the motorcycle ?
2. Can you take a close-up of the shortened tail that shows the details? Are there any winkers?
3. The same goes for the gear foot lever, please a close-up picture on the rod. there is a rust?
4. Note that on the front wheel there are two balancing weights, with a total weight of at least 40 grams, and they are both located around the valve, instead of being opposite to it. So it seems to me that there is a problem. If there is a mark, a color point, on the tire it should be aligned with the valve. Can you take a close look at the color point on the tire and take for us a another close-up pic?
5. What is the use of the contactor near the back leg?
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That looks like the stock front tire, check the date code and make sure it isn't too old, that may have been a contributing factor in the crash, although it also looks like it went offroading..
 

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PO said front tire was replaced last summer. Rear was not. I need to give the whole thing a serious inspection. Already have some of the plastics off. Lots of broken clips and cracks. May leave it naked for a while until i decide where to buy new fairings.

I'll be checking sprockets and chain next. Might resize the sprockets to get a little more oomph off the line. Don't really care about top end or fuel economy at this time.
 

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1. Can you take a picture of the right handlbar damage in close-up? And add a picture of the whole right-side of the motorcycle ?
Already removed some parts to get the right handle bar off.

Here's a picture of old and new right bar. The 'new' one has a little bend in it, don't know if it is supposed to, but it's useable.

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The 'new' one has a little bend in it, don't know if it is supposed to, but it's useable.
This pipe bends when the motorcycle falls. Maybe it's a bit bended for me too.
Down and for reference are my handlebars Pics
The original HANDLEBAR pipe is straight, see Part 53100-KYJ-305 (LINK to Partzzila)
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