I want to convert my motorbike like a sports cruiser
i bought Honda CBX 250 Twister. I saw so many videos on youtube they have converted their bike like a beautiful cruiser. I want to do convert my bike as well but i don't know from where i can get accessories for my bike.
Re: I want to convert my motorbike like a sports cruiser
Your best bet is to custom make or adapt other parts to your bike. the best way if you are not used to doing this is to pic up a cheap parts bike that is more like where you want you bike to be when you are complete and start swapping and adapting parts till you start getting the results you want!
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Boy, you could have a trial on your hands!!
I would approach Honda direct through a dealer but the frame should have a number stamped on it usually near the headstock. The engine number should be more visible. What I guess is missing is the embossed plate or sticker usually found on the frame tube or under the seat giving certification etc.
Can you not provide the numbers through some sort of registration document?
I know it seems silly but look out for another model the same because there is sometimes a Honda part number/reference actually on the sticker/plate. The dealer may be able to help from a parts list, it may show the sticker/plate.
Also go to www.bikez.com/motorcycles for info. Good luck!
Motorbikes built since the 1990's more often have catalytic converters than those prior to this time. In countries throughout the world there have been studies regarding the impact of 2-stroke and 4-stroke motorbike exhaust contaminants into the air. The conclusion has pretty much been a change in policy requiring the inclusion of catalytic converters be an added feature on these motorbikes.
From all I read it appears most manufacturers have included catalytic converters on 2-stroke and 4 stroked motorbikes for quite sometime. The majority of these motorbikes sold today, will have a catalytic converter. In the event you find one without a converter, if would probably not be a good idea to purchase it.
An older 2-stroke or 4-stroke motorbike, probably could have a catalytic converter added, although it might be expensive to do this.,,,