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The 2013 CRF250 is about as close as you can get to being the perfect 250F. It does everything right and leaves most riders shrugging their shoulders when asked how to improve upon it. The main focus when you are trying to make any 250 better is making more horsepower and then customizing it to your own preferences. We turned to some experienced companies to help us turn our perfectly capable Honda into a fire-breathing race machine.
Kite hubs, DID STX rims
MX 51 rear, MX 51 front
270mm oversize front rotor with racing brake lines (front and rear) and aluminum anodized billet banjo bolts
SE handlebars, PT quick-adjust clutch perch, chain and sprockets, footpegs
Fork and shock revalve
Custom Graphics Kit
Brake clevis and lever-return spring
Radiator braces, master cylinder covers, axle adjusters
Complete clutch assembly
4.1 RCT Titanium Megabomb head pipe and muffler with carbon-fiber end cap
Air 4orce Air boot with Powered by Naveen modifications
Powered by Naveen (PBN) Engine Mods:
Camshaft: Naveen Racing Components (NRC) spec
Valves: NRC spec
Piston: NRC spec
Cylinder Head Porting: PBN spec
Crankshaft: NRC spec
Transmission: PBN spec
Polished Cases: PBN spec
ECM mapping: PBN spec
Note: All Powered by Naveen race engines are developed and tested to run with FMF exhaust, PBN intake modifications, and PBN ignition and fuel mapping.
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