1990 Honda Nsr250 Se on 2040-motos
Honda NSR250 SE description
Available only from Moto2 Imports, this NSR250 SE (Special Edition) has fully-adjustable suspension front and rear. The fairings and paint are 100% Honda original. Plastics are in very good condition for a bike of its age, with just a few imperfections (see pictures). The electronics have been de-restricted and the engine makes full power. A complete service and safety check was performed by our partner Speedwerks including brand new fork seals & fork oil, EBC brake pads, steel braided brake lines, NGK spark plugs, and battery. New Dunlop GPR300 tires front and rear. All fluids have been flushed and filled. The bike has been been fully cleaned top to bottom and is ready to ride, so bid with confidence. With just 10,000 miles, it is definitely one of the nicest NSRs available. Feel free to ask and questions or specifics about this machine.
The bike has a clear US title with the proper 11 digit VIN number (title and frame number match). This title is transferable to all states EXCEPT California, and we can provide assistance with the title transfer if necessary. Buyer will receive the US title, copies of Customs and importation paperwork, and a copy of the original Japanese title.
Moto2 Imports can provide post-sales support including ANY and ALL spare parts, now and in the future for all of our bikes.
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