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Honda February 23, 2010 posted by

1991 Honda NSR250 SE MC21 With 4,000 Miles

We’ve seen this bike before but it’s traveled across the country and the asking price has gone down since we last saw it just over a year ago!  Located in Farmingdale, New York is a 1991 Honda NSR250 SE with 4,039 miles.  This bike was last seen on 11/15/08 in Las Vegas, Nevada with 4,000 miles and an asking price of $6,300.  The asking price is now a very agreeable $4,600 OBO.  Caution should be taken as this ad lists a Nevada phone number in the contact information; however, it could be entirely possible that the seller from the original ad moved to New York and has re-listed it–unlikely as it may be.  The picture in the ad is different, but I just caution buyers because this may be stolen text and a similar picture with a lowered asking price.  This is a Super Edition bike with the dry clutch and adjustable suspension.  Some of the graphics on the bike have been removed.  If I haven’t scared you away, see the ad on Craigslist here.  See the original RSBFS ad here.

AG

Honda February 22, 2010 posted by

1993 Honda MC21 NSR250R with California title and registration!!!

1993 Honda NSR 250R MC21 for sale in La Jolla, CA.

Owned and submitted by Harrison this sweet little gem has 16,000 on the clock, has new tires and is 100% stock. Apparently, Harrison imported it and has owned it since new. He tells me it has been well cared for and by looking at the pictures I can’t say I disagree. With all of these two strokes floating around RSBFS it’s making me crazy and I might do something silly to park one in my garage.

The MC 21’s introduced the Gullarm swing arm to the NSR line and I’d say it is the coolest thing next to a single sided swing arm. 1993 was the last year for the MC21 before the MC28 went on sale in November of 1993 as 1994 models. My favorite NSR is the 1990 SP, but that’s another story for another post.

Here are the pictures:

From the listing:

1993 Honda NSR 250R. California title and current registration.
This NSR was purchased new in Japan and was imported to the US by original owner. It’s entirely stock with all original plastics, front and rear seats, pipes, airbox, foot-pegs, suspension, oil injection, and tool roll. Compression 160/161. 16,000 miles. New front and rear tires, new windshield, and new battery

Interested? This one is listed on the San Diego CL and is priced at $7,000.00.

Cheers!

dd

Honda February 10, 2010 posted by

1993 Honda NSR250 MC21

This NSR isn’t titled but it looks to be a nice example in the U.S.  This NSR250 is located in Bellmore, New York.  1993 was the last year for the MC21 range; being replaced in 1994 by the Pro-Arm equipped MC28.  The seller states that everything works, and works well.  As I said, this bike isn’t titled but, if you can overcome that–or are just looking for some living-room art–this could be a nice NSR for you.  The asking price may be a bit high at $5,000 with the lack of title and little other information.  This one’s worth a look.  See it on Craigslist here.

AG

Honda January 27, 2010 posted by

1993 Honda NSR 250SP MC21 Rossi Mugello Replica

1993 Honda NSR 250SP MC21 Valentino Rossi Mugello replica with some very nice upgrades.

This sweet little NSR 250 SP was forwarded to us by Rock’n Randall and we certainly appreciate it. I’m normally not a fan of heavily modified motorcycles in any form, but this one had me from hello 😉 . Done up in classic Rossi style and based heavily on his 2001 Mugello Honda NSR500; this one is a must have for any Valentino Rossi fan. Anyone care to guess how long it took to lay-out the paint scheme? And hey, if you don’t like the Rossi repli paint scheme it’s being sold with another full set of OEM bodywork. There’s no mention of color, factory paint etc., but more is always better right? The upgrades to this one are both high quality and plentiful and the bike currently has approximately 17,350 miles on it. Give it a look and then check out the upgrades list.

Bike Info/Mods:
Tyga Bodywork, HRC Black Box, HRC Reed Valves, HRC Reed Valve Spacers, HRC Reed Valve Stuffers, HRC, Full Carb Setting Kit, Tyga Lightened Fly Wheel, HRC Race Plugs, Dog Fight Stainless Steel Pipes, Bomax, Motorsport Modified Air Box, Blue Anodized Quick Preload Adjusters, Dizzy MC21 Race shock, NHK Adjustable, Steering Damper, Honda Magtek Wheels Freshly Painted Flat Black, Tyga Step Kit, AFAM Sprockets 14t Front and 41t Rear, DID Gold 520ERV Chain, Michelin Pilot Sport Tires, HRC Race Break Pads, Heavy Duty Clutch Cable, Stainless Braided Mesh Lines Front and Rear, Dog Fight cans and more……..

If the lengthy list of modifications isn’t enough to get you revved up then to sweeten the deal the seller is throwing in the following as well.

I will include all extra parts and spares that I have lying around which include a full set of oem bodywork, bike stands, new spark plugs, extra x tubes, and brand new Daytona digital temp gauge that’s not installed.

All of this for $5,000.00, BUT it hasn’t been started in 2 years and currently doesn’t run. The seller states that it needs new plugs, carbs cleaned and some fresh fuel. However, if you aren’t the handy type the owner is willing to get it going and up the price to $5,500.00. Seller also states that it is registered for street use and both the top and bottom end of motor was redone prior to being stored. So if your interested or are a bigger die hard Rossi fan that this guy….

click on over to the Vancouver CL and check it out.

Just for the fun of it I was going to throw in a video of the The Doctor doing his thing, but I couldn’t find one video of Rossi in action that wasn’t blocked by youtube. Did I miss something?

Cheers!

dd

Honda January 22, 2010 posted by

1992 Honda NSR250SP MC21 California Titled & Plated

This isn’t the best looking NSR but it is a California plated example!  Located in Las Vegas, Nevada is a Honda NSR250SP that isn’t original but does have the magical California title and plate.  This bike was originally a Rothmans replica bike but currently wears Tyga and Airtech fiberglass painted black and orange.  The bike does have a Tyga stainless expansion chamber and aluminum silencer, Tyga air filter, carbon fiber reed cage & reeds and the frame & swing arm have been polished.  The seller dosen’t mention an asking price.  This bike dosen’t have the original plastics but I think the title and registration far out weigh the cosmetic downfalls–plastics can be found, titles cannot.  If you’d like a registered SP, see the bike on Craigslist here.

AG

Honda January 8, 2010 posted by

1993 Honda NSR250R MC21

Located in Tallahassee, Florida is a track-only 1993 Honda NSR250R.  This bike isn’t titled or registered however it looks to be a very clean track bike with recent service and a good spares package.  The recent work listed is:

-New fork seals and fluid (wipers/dust)
-Carbs cleaned and soaked
-Replaced reeds (Boyesen)
-New Battery
-New Reg/rec
-Fresh Paint job

The MC21 NSRs are pretty dependable without an ignition card but don’t support the sexy single sided swing-arm of the MC28.  Some information on MC21s:

Unveiled in late 1989 as the new 1990 model, the MC21 took the 2-stroke world by storm, and completely re-wrote the rule book on how a 250 2-stroke should be built. The craftsmanship was superb, and the new features were groundbreaking!

The MC21 now utilised the PGMIII ECU taken from the legendry RC30 superbike (only now being utilised in GP250 by official HRC NSR’s incidentally!!), and 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.

In keeping with their racer for the road image, 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.

This looks to be a clean NSR that would be a blast on the track. The asking price is $3,800; a decent price considering there are untitled, un-race-prepped bikes going for more.  See it on the WERA forum here.  See the dealer listing here.

AG

Honda December 24, 2009 posted by

1993 Honda NSR250R SE MC21

Located in Newburgh, New York is a 1993 Honda NSR250SE.  This bike isn’t the best replica and isn’t perfect with some electrical and light cosmetic issues however, it seems to be a very good driver featuring HRC, RS25o, RC51 and Tyga accessories.  The asking price is $7,999.  See the bike on Craigslist here.

AG

Honda December 13, 2009 posted by

1991 Honda NSR250 MC21

I must say I am surprised to see so many 2 strokes for sale as of late. I think this makes three that I’ve posted with-in the last week and that’s not to mention the others from Alex that he put up this week.

On to the good stuff- 91 MC21 with a mere 13,944 or 8,648 on the clock, which is way low for a bike of this year. As many of you may recognize this is not a factory color scheme, but is in fact a set of Chinese aftermarket bodywork. However, the seller states that he does have the original set that came with the bike, but discloses that it has some scrapes and scratches. He also states that the fit and finish on the aftermarket set is pretty good and was installed with no modification needed. I will say that is surprising to me!

Listing quote:

1991 nsr250 that was all original when I got it right down to the tires. I replaced the OEM plastic with Hong Kong plastic. Believe it or not it all fit very well with no modifications. I powder coated the rims and put new Pirelli tires, chain and sprockets, and brake pads and had the bike serviced with all new fluids and spark plugs. There is 150pound in each cylinder and the bike starts rite up and idles and runs great. I will include the original plastic with the sale and have included a pic of it on the bike. It has some blemishes so I went with the repsol look. It has the original Japan title. It is not registered in the USA but the VIN is present. Everything works on the bike all lights injection system and even the horn.

Sounds like this could be a nice one considering everything works and is un-modified. I’m not a huge fan of aftermarket parts on rare sport bikes, but this one doesn’t strike me too far off base. The “low mileage and all original” more than make up for the Hong Kong addition. So if this sounds like your cup of Tea, click the ebay link above and have a look at the rest of the pictures. The seller has his phone number listed for those who are interested.

Cheers!

dd

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