Question about 2002 Honda CR 250 R
No reason why it should not. Just check a few things before you set off though. All nuts and bolts and fasteners for tightness, Check for cracks on all suspension parts and engine frame, especially around welded areas. Make sure that the cylinder fins and the cylinder head fins are really clean. Check all the oil levels, preferably replace all the oils with good quality oil. Check the wheel bearings for play and roughness (do not remove them, just feel the wheels). Make sure your fuel supply is clear and that should do. On the ride, try to vary the engine revs when you can, most engines do not like to operate at a constant speed for too long, but 80 Km is not too bad, so good luck and have fun.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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