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My Baby, SA Australia

Well thought it was time show my baby.



As for my other Baby (nameless), Just had her first service at Honda World, Valves didnt need to be adjusted so im obviously not riding her hard enough.

Mods I have done include

-Woodcraft clip-on risers
-Yoshimura rearset brackets, 45mm Back, 45mm Up
-Carbon fibre chain guard
-Carbon fibre heat shield
-Carbon fibre Tankslapper


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Where she sleeps and gets modified


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In-front of the family car


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CF chain guard, CF Heat shield and Yoshi brackets


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Close up of the Yoshi Brackets, all is stock besides the shifting rod


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Tankslapper in CF, Cannot recommend this product enough, no more tank scratches




Stock VS Woodcraft Handle Bars, Drops a little then the photo shows, noticeably lighter with or without end bars


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Upcoming mods
Yoshi Spools and GP style hooks with Kaneg paddock stand
Maybe some short levers but only plan to have the bike for a year




My previous ride, Cagiva Mito 125 was fantastic, so much fun from a little 2 stroke, easily flickable, very good powerband, redlining gear changes and same desgin as its father, Ducati 996. Due to reliability issues, I sold it to a mate and purchased CBR250R.



Fairings are off but you get the idea

I plan on upgrading as soon as I get my full licence, At the moment its between, Yamaha R6, Daytona 675 or Duck 848, with the later two being the strong favourites, how-ever the R6 price is tempting. Cant wait for track days
 

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Genuine Honda product, about $80
 

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Congrats on both your babies! How old is the lil' one? My first was born on 1/2/12. I got my CBR250ra a week or so before that, also my first. Where did you get the tank slappers and how much?

Cheers!
 

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Born 7/12/2011 au format...

Google tankslappers, the carbon fibre one was $45 ship to aus, the clear one is $15 I think.
 

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Yoshi spools aren't good for chain adjustments on the stand they can come out when the nuts are loosened. Try the Sato's.
 

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Very Nice Robbo.

What happens to the ring around the forks with the Woodcraft bars?

And I guess the little one isnt up to the rattle stage yet! haha.
 

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What no 'zorst? Mines at Honda world next week, I expect it to be feked. Changed the oil at 500 at it was dire.......
 

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Yoshi spools aren't good for chain adjustments on the stand they can come out when the nuts are loosened. Try the Sato's.
Thx bro, ill give them a look at

Very Nice Robbo.

What happens to the ring around the forks with the Woodcraft bars?

And I guess the little one isnt up to the rattle stage yet! haha.
The rings get remove, doesnt matter as they would be no use.

Little one is at wonder week lol, surprisingly has been sleeping 5 hours straight a night.

What no 'zorst? Mines at Honda world next week, I expect it to be feked. Changed the oil at 500 at it was dire.......
I purchased mine their to, how much yours cost, i didnt haggle so got it for $5990

The "zorsts" look nice, but sound like ****
 

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okay so i just created an account here to tell you how sick your bike looks. im loving th cf mods. best cbr250r ive seen. any new pics ?
 

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Ill upload somemore when I do some more changes...

Now I need some spools and paddock stand.

Really looking at the Pitbulls
 
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