Posts by tag: NSR250R

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.

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Honda January 1, 2010 posted by

1994 Honda NSR250R SP MC28

Located in the Los Angeles region of California is a titled and registered 1994 Honda NSR250.  Scrolling through our previous posts, I don’t believe this bike has been posted before.  The seller states that the bike has been sitting but has a fresh top end and possibly re-plated cylinders.  The tank is perfect, the bodywork isn’t, it needs tires, the front wheel is black instead of white but it does have after market exhaust.  Overall, it looks to be in OK condition from the tiny pictures.  The asking price for this Rothmans replica is $7,500.  See the bike on Craigslist here.

I would also like to extend a Thank You to all the readers and wish you a Happy New Year!  Dan, it’s been great working with you so far and I’m excited to continue into 2010.

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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.

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Honda November 16, 2009 posted by

1995 Honda NSR250SE MC28

Located in Laguna Niguel, California is an outstanding 1995 Honda NSR250 SE.  This bike is titled and registered in California!  The seller does not list mileage but states the bike is in excellent condition as the photos show.  The asking price is $10,500.  Click on the ad just to enjoy the photos!  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda November 16, 2009 posted by

1993 Honda NSR250R MC21 False Alarm!

UPDATE: This listing is either a scam or borrowing pictures that aren’t of the actual bike for sale. We know because the bike in the pictures was listed on this site and the actual owner is a friend of RSBFS. Anthony informs me that his bike is not for sale and he’s flagging the listing.

Located in Ballard, Washington is a titled and registered Honda NSR250 MC21.  The seller doesn’t list much information but, if you’re looking for a NSR, you know what this is and where to find him.  Lastly, the asking price seems a fair $5,500 depending on miles and condition–which look to be low and excellent.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda October 31, 2009 posted by

1991 Honda NSR250R MC21

Located in San Diego, California is an untitled 1991 Honda NSR250.  This bike needs a battery and new rings for the rear cylinder (safe to say a whole new top end).  This bike needs work and isn’t titled but it is priced fairly at $2,800.  If you have mechanical and great people skills, this could be the bike for you.  See the bike on Craigslist here.

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Honda August 24, 2009 posted by

1993 Honda NSR250 MC21

Located in Tampa, Florida is a Chesterfield Replica 1993 Honda NSR250.  I’m not aware of an official Chesterfield replica from Honda–someone please correct me if I’m wrong–but it looks like a professionally done replica if it isn’t from the factory and it doesn’t look to be eBay plastics.  The bike looks to be in very good condition except for possibly being down on its right side, however, it could just be in the photo.  The seller doesn’t state if it’s titled, registered, or what kind of money he is looking for.  The seller does have a pretty extensive collection with some decent looking bikes.  See the Craigslit ad here.

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Update: This post is pretty outdated. Check out these NSR’s on eBay right now:

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Honda August 6, 2009 posted by

1989 Honda NSR250 MC18

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area is a 1989 Honda NSR250R that has been sitting.  Now, normally I wouldn’t post this bike, however, it is listed for only $1,500.  The bike is a Japanese import with no title and therefore not street legal.  The bike had a fresh top end in 2003 after the motor seized, but, has sitting ever since.  The bike currently runs and everything supposedly works on the bike.  Seller states that the bike needs some TLC and a good going through.  The bike comes with several spares.  As I said, I wouldn’t normally post this bike, but I feel that it is market correct at $1,500 and would make a great restoration project or track bike.  See the Bay Area Riders Forum thread here.

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