1998 Honda Rs250 R on 2040-motos
Honda RS250 R description
Honda RS250R NX5 98, Most of you know what your looking at, for those that don't;
This is a rare factory GP bike for racing use only, It is NOT street legal!
Not recommended for the novice racer or trackday guy's either,
These 250 GP bikes reward talent and punish mistakes.
Very sorted and capable machine with all standard equipment.
One sprint race in '13 on full engine and chassis rebuild.
Rebuilt and rechecked this fall 2016. We went through the bike and installed;
New Pirelli Slicks (green) on freshly powder coated wheels, new OEM clutch, new silicone hose kit, rings, RK chain, refinished pipes and professionally painted bodywork with new wind screen.
Needs nothing except a discerning owner. Some spares are available separately.
This was Brian Kcraget's B bike, Brian last raced this machine and WON on it in 2013.(see podium pic) Has been stored properly since and not used.
Feel free to ask any questions,, even dumb ones :) 302-672-RACE.
We offer personal enclosed shipping, east of the rockies ($150-$350)
West coast is avail ($750-1K)
You are welcome to use your own shipping and we will assist any way possible. Forward air shipments will leave from PHL.
Moto blogMon, 23 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
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