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Specifications for the 2000 Honda CR250R

by Madison Rayne

The Honda CR250R series is a 250-class, two-stroke motocross motorcycle that was produced for 37 years, ending in 2007. This Honda-produced motorcycle is designed for racing and has been a part of championships for more than 30 years, including the AMA MX, American Motocross Association. These motocross bikes offer strength, power and balance, including the 2000 Honda CR250R, which is made with a twin-spar, aluminum-framed chassis and swing arm.

Dimensions

The CR250R has an overall length of 85.6 inches, height of 49.7 inches and width of 32.4 inches. This motocross bike has a ground clearance of 13.6 inches and a seat height is 37.5 inches. The wheelbase, which is the measurement between the center of the front wheel and the center of the rear, is 58.3 inches. The dry weight of the Honda CR250R is 212.5 lbs, and the fuel capacity is two gallons.

Chassis, Suspension, Brakes and Wheels

The CR250R has a front tire dimension of 2.75/3.00 - 21, and a rear tire dimension of 3.50/4.00 - 19. The front suspension of this bike is a 47.0-mm inverted Showa cartridge fork with 16-position rebound and 16-position compression damping adjustability. The rear suspension uses Pro-Link Showa single shock with spring-preload, 17-position, rebound-damping adjustability and compression damping. This model also has a 240-mm single disc front brake with two-piston calipers, and a single 240-mm rear brake disc with one-piston caliper.

Engine and Transmission

The CR250R has a two-stroke engine with a displacement of 15.19 cubic inches. This motocross bike has a maximum power of 59 horsepower at 8,500 revolutions per minute, and a torque of 37.6 foot-pounds at 8,000 revolutions per minute. The fuel system is a 38.0-mm Mikuni TMX flat-slide with throttle position sensor, TPS, and the CR250R uses a liquid cooling system. Additionally, this bike has a compression of 8.5:1, single valve per cylinder and a five-speed gearbox with chain drive.

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About the Author

Madison Rayne first started her writing career in May 2008. She has written numerous articles for various online publications. Rayne is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in accounting and psychology through Liberty University.

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