One can purchase a Honda CRF 250 at any Honda dealer. One can also purchase one at any number of used car dealerships, as long as they have the CRF available.
yes the CRF 250 would blitz a KTM 65
yes honda hasnt changed the crf250 design from 2004 to 2010
For 2008 the 450 class was the Honda CRF 450 and the 250 class was the Honda CRF 250. I understand the results for 2009 will be completely different though.
80 mph is definetly too fast. i have a 05 CRF 250 and it tops at 83.
no get the crf 250 beter quality parts the 230 is like a trail bike i would get the crf 250
CRF is just a label used by Honda in classifing the type of bike. for example Honda has lots of crf's. 50, 70, 80, 100, 150, 230, 250, 450.
Depends on the model. CRF 80f will go about 40 mph, a CRF 100f will go 50-55 mph, a CRF 150F will go 60-70 mph, a CRF 250 will completley depend on the terrain and rider but the top speed is about 70 or more
No, you can't. Because the two engines are not of the same size. The 250 cc engine is bigger than the 125 cc engine, so things will not fit between them.
Hi , i know from experience that a 04 crf450r tank does not fit a 06 crf450r so id say its a fair guess that the 250s dont fit either
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A CRF fender can fit on a 2001 XR250 with slight modification. The rear of the fender will need to be trimmed as it will not clear the body of the motorcycle from the front fork.?æ
very slow the rmz,yzf,kxf,sxfwill beat it easy
im thinking the raptor
i would go with a crf 150r because its motocross and crf 230f suck
as he is 15 i would get him a 150 crf or even a 250 if he races i have a 250 myself and is amazing on the trails and tracks
There is no CRF 125.
You should get the crf 250. I believe you already knew this. Now I have confirmed it for you. Ride safely and remember, have fun
a stock crf has 35 hp
The top speed for a Honda CRF250 is about 86 miles per hour. That is for a rider of about 150 to 160 pounds.
my stock crf 150 does 112mph.
well if you like to do preety steep hills and sweet jumps n shtuff then you want the crf. if you want to be a wuss then the 400. 26 years experience not bein a wuss
the difference between the Honda CR and CRF is that the CR is a two stroke bike, while the CRF is a 4 stroke bike.... the F stand for four stroke