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Old 06-28-2014, 02:47 PM   #1
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PcBuilder's 2014 Honda CRF250L Build

Figured I'd make a build thread for my bike... Not sure how fast the mods will come as I'm still learning a lot. But it'll be a good place for me to keep a list of what I want!

Anyways, just bought it on June 28, 2014 with 0 miles on it. As of August 28th, 2014 it has 1,000 miles on it.



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Specs
- 2014 Honda CRF250LE
- 249.6 CC
- Fuel Injected
- 6-speed


Mods

Body:
Zeta Hand guards
Zeta XC Protectors w/Blinkers
Powermadd Handguard Mirrors
Seat Concepts 1" shorter seat
DRC Edge2 Integrated Turn Signals Tail Light/license plate mount
Ram Cell Phone Mount


Controls:
Pro Taper Seven Eighths CR High Handlebars
Pro Taper Pillow Top Lite Grips
Zeta Shorty Brake Lever
Zeta Shorty Clutch Lever


Drivetrain:
FMF Powerbomb Header
FMF Powercore 4 Hex Muffler
EFI Controller
SpeedoDRD
Airbox Mod
13T Front Sprocket
42T Rear Sprocket


Electrical:
Fixed Rate Turn Signal Flasher
BikeMaster 12 Volt Power Adapter


Suspension:
Kouba Lowering link
Raised Forks


Gear:
Fly Racing Trekker Matte Black Helmet
Enemy Sand Black Goggles
Sena SMH10
Fly Racing Butane III Black Jacket
Icon Twenty-niner Gloves
Maverick ATV/Dual Sport Boots



Future Mods
Kouba Lowering link
Zeta Brake and Clutch Levers
Raise Forks
Zeta Hand guards
Zeta XC Protectors w/Blinkers
Powermadd Handguard Mirrors
Seat Concepts 1" shorter seat
DRC Edge2 Integrated Turn Signals Tail Light/license plate mount
Fixed Rate Turn Signal Flasher
Ram Cell Phone Mount
BikeMaster 12 Volt Power Adapter
Sena SMH10
Stage 1 Kit
OEM Exhaust Gasket
Air Box Vents
SpeedoDRD Calibrator
42T Sprocket
Pro Taper Seven Eighths CR High Handlebars
Pro Taper Pillow Top Lite Grips
Cruz Tools Speedkit
Flatland Racing Skid Plate and Radiator Guard
R&G Engine Case Cover
R&G Racing Aero Frame Sliders
DRC Motard Footpegs
Black Plastics
Supermoto Conversion Kit
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Old 06-28-2014, 02:54 PM   #2
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First step is DEFINITELY lowering the thing haha
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I'm dying to get my drz400 now.
What happened to the KLR?
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Now you need a trailer for when you go camping so you can just park the truck and go ride. And not have to set up and takedown the RTT
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CRFs & DRZ's....i see some supermotos in the works

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Old 06-28-2014, 03:56 PM   #11
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Now you need a trailer for when you go camping so you can just park the truck and go ride. And not have to set up and takedown the RTT
I'll be picking this up tomorrow.

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CRFs & DRZ's....i see some supermotos in the works

Eventually haha

Experience and lowering is all I'm going to do until I'm comfortable with it.
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I'll be picking this up tomorrow.

I hope the hitch carrier and not the truck
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Old 06-28-2014, 04:08 PM   #15
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I hope the hitch carrier and not the truck
Haha don't worry, just the hitch carrier haha
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Hitch hauls are cool. Just make sure shit is strapped down right.

Shipps, i'm still undecided on S or SM model so yes, supermotos may be in the works
Yeah, do you think two straps will be good? I know you're not supposed to tighten it down so much that it compresses the shocks. Gonna be on the back for about 500 miles...
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it really depends on how many straps you need. i use 3 straps usually. 2 on handle bars and one holding down the back wheel. i have a hitch carrier for my yz250f and it does alright. pretty sturdy but still eh. I'm debating on just welding everything together and ditch all the shitty bolts.
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I like to compress the suspension a good bit but not all the way. 2-4 straps is plenty. You'll have to see how it will be getting it up on there because your truck is lifted. You may end up having to get a small trailer.
Nah, that'd what curbs and ditches are for haha
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it really depends on how many straps you need. i use 3 straps usually. 2 on handle bars and one holding down the back wheel. i have a hitch carrier for my yz250f and it does alright. pretty sturdy but still eh. I'm debating on just welding everything together and ditch all the shitty bolts.
Yeah, I won't be using the carrier very often really.
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Haha don't worry, just the hitch carrier haha

Yeah, do you think two straps will be good? I know you're not supposed to tighten it down so much that it compresses the shocks. Gonna be on the back for about 500 miles...
Get a fork saver for the front at least, you'll have nothing to worry about then. For the rear i imagine just something to secure the rear wheel will work well.

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My lerrrd the things i would do to a factory 450 SM If wyo wasn't winter nearly 8 months out of the year i would be riding a supermoto all day every day.
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