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Honda June 17, 2011 posted by

1996 Honda NSR 250 MC28 Highly Modified!

1996 Honda NSR 250 MC28 For Sale

Location: Medford, OR
Mileage: 1,000
Price: $9,000 with reserve in place!

At first sight you might think this to be a regular MC28 done up in Tyga bodywork and Repsol colors. However, if you look a little deeper you can see that it’s anything but a pretty package.

1996 HONDA NSR 250CC SP28 2-STROKE V-TWIN! ONLY 1000 WERE BUILT, AND 1996 WAS THE LAST YEAR THEY WERE MADE! Very rare, fast, and fun ROAD-RACING bike!

1. ENGINE

TYGA PERFORMANCE 300CC kit (Heads, pistons, rings, barrels, etc.)
Factory Oil-Injected
Custom KEIHIN carbs
NEW PGM (speedo non-functioning with current application)
Dyno-Tuned by Tony @ local dealer
Free-flowing aftermarket air filter in modified air box
Aftermarket reeds and block
HONDA Triple-core radiator
JOLLY-MOTO exhaust
NEW throttle cables

2. TRANSMISSION (6-SPEED)

NEW clutch and springs
NEW shift forks (Left, Right, and Center)
NEW Sprockets
NEW o-ring type chain

Also comes with additional clutch plates and springs, AND a parts transmission, that’s 95% complete!

3. BRAKES/SUSPENSION

ZXR250 Inverted forks
PRO-ARM Advanced rear suspension system by HONDA/ELF FRANCE
NEW BREMBO Adjustable rear shock
BREAKING WAVE Rotors
Custom brake lines
ISR Brake and clutch levers and mounts
VORTEX Racing Handlebars (clip-ons)
MICHELIN POWER RACE soft tires, front 110/70ZR17, approx. 75%, rear 150/60ZR17 approx. 50%. Owner recommends replacing tires soon.

4. BODY

TYGA Performance body work (Over $2500 in custom body and paint work)
Tinted wind screen
Custom LED Tail lights
BATTLE Custom rear sets
ALSO INCLUDES: Extra Upper AND lower body work with headlights and turn signal assemblies, extra mirrors, some other extras as well

For me all of the upgrades and looky loo’s don’t do much for me except make me raise an eyebrow…. or two. Obviously, there has been a ton of cash put into this machine, but for what reason? With only having 1000 miles one has to assume that this is an ex-racer/track bike that has been rebuilt. Now before you go throwing stuff at me I understand that some of you guys like to modify and chase horsepower on these little 2 strokes. The 300cc kit from Tyga and Jolly Moto exhausts costs more than I’m asking for my entire MC21 so don’t be discouraged by the starting bid of this machine. Personally, I prefer stock over the fiddled with, but to each there own.

I have several questions that come to mind when looking over this ‘SP28’. The seller states that there were only 1000 Repsol SP’s built in 1996 and that is true, but is this one of those? I seriously doubt it, but can’t say for sure. If it is one of those it would be worth far, far more than the current starting bid in 100% stock trim. If this is one and has been modified to this extent I’d say shame on the seller for modifying it.

Our friends over at NSR-World.com love to share their knowledge and discuss NSR’s until the cows come home so if you’re new to them I suggest you start there. If this machine is of interest you can get a history lesson here.

One of my counter parts stuck this one on our Facebook page before I could find the time to tax it with my thoughts. The general consensus over there is the same as my conclusion in that at $9,000 bucks the seller likes it more than anyone else. And believe me when I say that I wish the market for NSR’s were that strong because I would have sold both of mine a long, long time ago.

Click here to ask the seller some questions.

Cheers!

dd

Honda May 30, 2011 posted by

1991 Honda NSR 250R PGMIII For Sale

1991 Honda NSR 250R PGMIII For Sale

Location: Georgetown, IN
Mileage: 9,500
Price: $5250 B.I.N.

This one sports all OEM plastics and they are in decent shape. I’ll call them a 6.5/7 out of 10 with no major cracking, but the tabs on the lower belly pan are broken off and the upper has a small piece missing where mirror mounts.

100% stock other than Tyga canisters. She sports a new top end, ultrasonically cleaned carbs and will start on the first or second kick. Runs strong and is an absolute blast to ride.

I do not have this one titled so it will be sold with a BOS only.

Please review all the pictures and ask any questions.

Here is a short video of a cold start and it idling.

🙂

Thanks-

doug@raresportbikesforsale.com

Honda August 25, 2010 posted by

1994 Honda NSR 250R MC28 SE

1994 Honda NSR 250R MC28 SE

Location: New Zealand
Mileage: 25,000km
Price: $5,500.00 (about)

All you guys looking to sell your RSB’s take note of this listing and the quality of the pictures. This is how it’s done….

RSBFS viewer, Tom from New Zealand, is letting go of his stunning Honda NSR250se. Tom has done a superior job of accessorizing it with a few choice bits from Tyga (I’m going to give a shameless plug now).

Ever since I’ve become interested in 2 strokes I’ve noticed a lot of strange part manufacturer names along the way. In talking to any 2 stroke guy they are sure to tell you who they “use” for upgraded parts. Tyga seems to rank high on everyone’s list and after a quick view of their website it became very clear as to why this is. I spent countless hours flipping through their pages of parts and offerings. Much to my surprise they even offer a lot of items for 4 strokes. My favorite item is an exhaust they call “The Moto Maggot” It sounds wicked and if by chance Paul or any of the other guys at Tyga read RSBFS and want to let me give the Moto Maggot a test run and review you can contact me through this posting. Thanks in advance 😉

Okay, back to Tom’s NSR-

Oh wait a minute.. that is more of my shameless plug for Tyga, but it looks pretty damned nice on Tom’s bike. Don’t you agree?

From the listing:

If you’ve found your way to this listing you probably already know what you’re looking at. If not, this is a 249cc, 90 degree v-twin two stroke race rep with adjustable suspension, dry clutch, single side swingarm, PGMIV credit card ignition. I have owned this bike since December last year and in that time have put about 9,000 km on the clock. I have done a lot of work to this bike and have de-restricted it using TYGA Performance parts.

– Replaced battery with a gel type (no maintenance)
– New DID gold chain
– Replaced steering stem bearing
– Fitted stainless steel TYGA expansion chambers and silencers
– Fitted TYGA reed blocks and valves
– Fitted an MC21 flywheel
– Fitted TYGA fork caps
– Fitted MC21 exhaust hangers
– Fitted TYGA titanium levers
– Fitted TYGA carbon meter surround and carbon radiator shrouds
– Rebuilt clutch with new fibre plates and heavy duty springs
– Replaced lots of fasteners and rubber bushes
– Fitted TYGA screen
– Lots of spare parts

That is quite a laundry list and as I stated before, the bike looks SICK! I’m guessing this little gem wouldn’t last long at all in the states because at this price he’d be giving it away. Tom was gracious enough to make a few video’s of his NSR so make sure you scroll down and check them out.

You can view Tom’s listing here.

Does anyone have a contact that can import bike parts from down under? I need to get a quote and fast!

I almost forgot that I wanted to point out one of the pictures.

Aren’t you envious of Tom for getting to ride his NSR back home?

Good luck with the sale Tom!

Cheers!

dd

Honda June 26, 2010 posted by

1993 Honda NSR250 Titled & Registered In Texas

Update 6.25.10: Now listed for $5500.

This is a freshly re-built MC21 NSR finished in Repsol colors.  Located in Allen, Texas is a 1993 Honda NSR250(R) that is titled and registered in Texas.  The seller states that this bike has a completely re-built motor, new chain & sprocket, new rear tire and a large number of spare parts including an additional motor.  The bike is finished in an incorrect for the year/generation, but correct looking, Doohan Repsol replica paint scheme.  The bike is priced at $7,500; This is the higher end for MC21’s, usually where we see low mileage, original, California registered examples but, as the seller says, it does come with a supposedly large spares package including a motor.  It would be interesting to know what other spares are included because, for me, an additional motor and some bits needs a bit more to constitute a ~$2,500 premium.

The MC21 was an advanced bike when released featuring a PGMIII ECU from the RC30, which was:

“coupled to throttle position and gear position sensors, controls both the timing of the RC Valves, air correctors and ignition advance to give outstanding low end tractability. The PGM-III features a true 3D ignition and a different map for each cylinder…the famous Gull-Arm rear swingarm was copied from the RS250 of Luca Cadalora, as was the frame design. Even the mounting point for a steering damper was kept in place! The body-styling was based on the 1988 and 1989 RS250’s, with just a few basic concessions like lights and a rear pillion seat!! The rear wheel diameter was decreased from 18″ to 17″ and widened to 4.5” to run the latest tyre profiles and compounds. The MC21 also now featured a closer ratio gearbox with a taller 1st gear and an improved shift mechanism.

This is the last year of the MC21 and a nice looking example regardless if it is original or not.  The Repsol scheme has easily become for Honda what Red is for Ferrari’s.  See this bike on Craigslist here.

AG

Honda April 27, 2010 posted by

Titled 1990 Honda NSR 250 / 300cc in PA

Titled 1990 Honda NSR 250 / 300cc in PA

This is a new one on me: I’ve never seen an NSR250 with a 300cc kit.  It is pretty common amongst RGV’s but I didn’t realize it is readily available for NSR’s.   With a quick search of the internets (thank you George W) I found Tyga makes a 300cc kit for the NSR.  I’m going to assume that is what the owner has installed.  The owner is claiming 3,400 miles on the bike and an extensive rebuild of the engine.  It looks like Tyga recommends this for installing the 300cc kit.  It looks like you are DMV ready since the bike is titled. 

From the Craigslist ad:

I have a 100% restored NSR MC21…. Everything on this bike was replaced… Only flaws worth mentioning are some paint chips on the rear wheel and right behind the front wheel on the lower fairing. Bike has 3400 miles on a total rebuild(every bearing on this bike and in the motor was replaced), has about 150 miles on the NEW 300 big bore kit and the pipes were new at the same time. This is an extremely rare bike, they were never sold outside of Japan. This bike runs 60 hp or so and is very light. I compare it to riding a psyco fast bicycle as the engine has no effect on handling.

This bike is near perfect, just about impossible to find, and mine has a title, with the propper 11 digit VIN…

 

Well I’m not sure if we are supposed to be looking at the bike or the Pittsburgh skyline in the photos.  Two strokes deserve close ups!  The seller states he is taking offers on the bike.  I have to be honest, this is a big pet peev of mine.  It is somewhat common in the grey bike community for this to happen though.  It seems to happen with sellers that think what they have is more special than it really is.  In my opinion this bikes value is actually decreased by the addition of 300cc kit.  Remember, if you want top dollar, keep the bike stock.    That extra hp from the overbore kit can also lead to more stress on the engine/clutch and in turn create more problems.  When shopping for older bikes always take the mileage with a grain of salt.  These bikes have been around for years now and I’m always suspicious of low mileage bikes.  The reason I mention this, is the seller states the bike is 100% restored.  My first reaction is,” Why would a bike with 3,400 miles on it need restoration?”  As with any bike purchase, take your time, ask a lot of questions and give the bike a good looking over before moving forward. You can check this NSR out here.

 IK

Honda October 12, 2009 posted by

1992 Honda NSR250SE For Sale in California (Yep, another one!)

1992 Honda NSR250 SE MC21 For Sale

Sorry for all the two stroke madness, but when it rains it pours apparently! Here’s an with a buy-it-now of $7850:

quote from seller’s listing:

1992 NSR250 MC21 SE DRY CLUTCH, V TWIN 250CC RARE CALIFORINA TITLED. AND REGISTERD FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS COMPLETLY REBUILT 93 SP MOTOR, NEW CLUTCH PACK AND NEAR NEW CLUTCH BASKETS REPLATED MILLINUM STOCK SP CYLINDERS, NEW SP HEADS, FRONT HRC HEAD, HRC REED CAGES,STUFFERS, NEW MC28 HYBRID TORQUE ARM, COMPLETE FRAME DISASEMBLY AND ALL BEARINGS GREASED AND REPLACED AND STEERING HEAD BEARINGS, SWING ARM AND SHOCK LINK SERVICED. FRONT FORK SEALS, 10WT MOTUL TYGA PRELOAD ADJUSTERS, NEW FRONT/REAR DISKS, AND PADS,BRAKES SERVICED,BRADED LINES, NEW O RING CHAIN, NEW SPROCKETS/ 14/43. ALL ENGINE HOSES, CUSTOM 3 RADIATOR FAN SETUP WITH MANUAL SWITCH FOR IN TOWN RIDING DURING HOT DAYS, 16,155 MILES ON BIKE AND 375MILES ON REBUILD AND IS RIDDEN SEVERAL TIMES PER WEEKS AND IS FULLY BROKEN IN AND FREEWAY TESTED. SPARE 92 ORIGINAL BLOCK INCLUDED, SPARE NEW FORK TUBES INCLUDED THE ONES ON IT NOW ARE VERY CLEAN $800 ALONE VALUE. NEW .TIRES. BIKE IS VERY STOCK WITH STOCK PIPES,BUT IS DERESTRICTED .THE BOTTOM LOWERS HAVE SOME SCRATCHES AND SMALL SCRATCHES AROUND THE TAIL SECTION BUT IS WAY CLEANER THAN MOST I HAVE SEEN BIKE NEEDS NOTHING BUT YOU. THE SUSPENSION IS SETUP FOR 170LB RIDER. COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL FRONT FAIRING STICKERS.NO LONGER AVALIBLE. NO WARRENTY I OWN AND MAINTAIN SEVERAL NSR FOR THE LAST 9 YEARS WITH NO ISSUES AND KNOW NSRS INSIDE AND OUT.

Compared to previously listed MC21’s this one is the price leader, but it does have a ton of work into it and the all important title. Apparently there are some friendly DMV folks left in the world as all the oil burners we’ve added recently have titles and registration!

dc

Honda September 10, 2009 posted by

1993 Honda MC 21se buy-it-now $5250.00!

Holy Cow Batman! 

I’ll admit that I don’t know squat about 2 strokes other than they are rarely seen on streets in the U.S larger than 49cc.  I know there are some that slipped past the BMV, but they are rare.  And when I do hear one my ears perk up rather quickly to get a glimpse of what it is.  This seems like a total steal to me at $5250.00, especially being tagged in Florida.

MC 21 3MC21MC21 2

The seller doesn’t say much about it, but it pretty much speaks for itself.
 

1993 Honda NSR 250 SE MC21 with 12,000 miles, dry clutch,oil injected, new battery, new Michelin pilot tires, Tyga bodywork, stainless brake lines.  Bike is in excellent condition and not for beginners.  Florida tagged and titled.  Will assist with shipping if out of state and will sell to US buyers only

 
I like it!  I like it!  I like it!  Did I mention I like it?

dd

Honda January 7, 2009 posted by

Two More Titled MC 21 NSR250 Honda’s For Sale in California

In a bad economy, the toys are apparently the first thing to go. Here are two more Honda MC21 NSR250’s for sale in California.

First is this 1993 Honda NSR250 For Sale in San Francisco for $5000:

1993 Honda NSR250 MC21 For Sale Rothmans Replica

quote from seller’s Craigslist posting:

93 NSR250 MC21 SE no title(temporary plated, Title will be issue on Feb)
sold as track bike at this moment, oil pump has been remove pre-mix setup,
Rebuild engine, new gas kit, spark plug, brake pad, chain
bike runs strong and super fast
PS* pic color is too sharp, there are some minor flaws cant show.
cash 5000 firm with title and plate or just the track use for 4500

Next is another 93 NSR250 For Sale in San Diego for $5200:

1993 Honda NSR250 MC21 For Sale Repsol Replica

quote from seller’s Craigslist posting:

93 Honda NSR250 MC21 R With Dry Clutch, Street Legal Ca register

Bike has a new paint job on aftermarket bodywork

new brake pad, gold chain, full titainum exhuast system, new battery

it is a dry clutch, pre-mix as oil pump has been remove

Bike runs execllent with strong sound, very rare in the states.

5200 cash only FIRM

Judging from the pictures alone, I like the Rothmans replica better from the point of aesthetics alone. For around five grand, neither one seems like that bad a deal considering they both have titles!

dc

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