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1990 Honda Nsr250 on 2040-motos

US $8,499.00
YearYear:1990 MileageMileage:11 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Dover, Delaware, United States

Dover, Delaware, United States
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Honda NSR250 photos

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Honda NSR250 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):249 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Honda NSR250 description

1990 Honda NSR250 - the Honda NSR250 stands at the pinnacle of two-stroke sport bike technology. Derived directly from Honda's legendary NSR500 racebike, the NSR250 is the purest example of a MotoGP bike for the street. And now is your chance to own this stunning example. Immaculate inside and out!
Fully restored by Moto2 Imports, this NSR has been stripped down to the frame and completely re-built by professional mechanics. The engine has been de-restricted for a 10+hp increase over stock (see dyno picture). All gaskets have been inspected and engine compression & leak down tests were performed with no issues. Carburetors cleaned, rebuilt and re-jetted. Suspension upgraded to fully-adjustable front and rear NSR250 SE components. Fuel, oil and coolant systems drained, flushed, & refilled. New Yuasa battery, EBC brake pads, NGK spark plugs & chain. New high performance Dunlop Alpha 13 tires. All other mechanical & electrical systems checked and operating properly. High quality, ABS injection molded fairing. Tinted windscreen; clear windscreen also available.

This bike was purchased in Japan earlier this year and imported in full compliance with all US Customs, DOT & EPA laws. The bike was properly titled by the Washington, DC DMV with the correct frame VIN on the title. The buyer will receive copies of all international shipping, Customs, DOT/EPA, and DMV paperwork, as well as a copy of the original Japanese title. Available now $8,499!

Additional modifications, upgrades, & spare parts available upon customer request.

Buyer responsible for shipping costs, but we can arrange delivery.

This motorcycle cannot be legally titled in California. We will only sell to California residents as non-road going vehicle (track bike or collection).

Moto2 Imports is the number one importer/restorer of Japanese two-stroke sportbikes in the United States. Visit our website (Google Moto2 Imports) for more information and additional inventory / bikes available for sale.


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