- Extreme Red
Is there a better value, green lane bike than this?
The dual-purpose ready-for-anything CRF250L is now available in a new ‘stealth’ black colour scheme, in addition to the classic Extreme Red.
A 43mm Showa inverted fork has 250mm of stroke: light weight and rigid, one side houses the spring while the other provides damping control. A 17mm front wheel spindle (2mm larger in diameter) improves rigidity and handling feel. Pro-Link rear suspension features a 240mm axle stroke; the Showa shock absorber is a single tube design with 40mm diameter cylinder.
The CRF250L’s frame is constructed from steel, with twin oval-section main spars and a semi-double cradle. A wheelbase of 1,445mm is matched to a 27.6°’ rake with 113mm trail and ground clearance of 255mm. Seat height is 875mm with wet weight of 146kg.
Up front, a 256mm floating wave-style disc is worked by a two-piston caliper. Two channel ABS is fitted as standard and gives the rider the option to switch it off for the rear caliper. Aluminium rims (21-inch front/18 rear) wear block pattern tyres (front: 3.00-21 51P, rear: 120/80-18M/C 62P). A small detail – but a useful one off-road – is that the gear lever features a folding tip.
The CRF250L’s 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder DOHC engine delivers strong bottom-end torque and high rpm power, with a linear delivery. Peak power of 18.2kW is delivered @ 8,500rpm with peak torque of 22.6Nm arriving @ 6,750rpm.
PGM-FI feeds fuel/air mixture through a 38mm throttle body and draws air from the airbox via a direct connecting tube. The exhaust muffler has a diameter of 115mm, houses the catalyser and uses two chambers. A large bore downpipe helps the engine breathe and make more power.
The engine uses a compact roller/rocker arm valve train and cylinder head, with bore and stroke of 76 x 55mm. An offset cylinder reduces frictional losses while the piston itself incorporates a special surface material, plus a molybdenum coating. The oil pump features an internal relief structure that prevents aeration of relieved oil.
The crank journal employs a half-split, press-fit metal bearing while the crank bearing uses a cast-iron bush, reducing weight, smoothing the engine and strengthening the rigidity of the case housing, minimizing the internal diameter change due to thermal expansion.
A primary balance shaft further reduces vibration and the six-speed gearbox and clutch are manufactured to cope with the extra stress of riding off-road. The 10.7 kW heat-release radiator features a thin guide-ring cooling fan to maintain even temperatures at low speeds.
|Type||Liquid-cooled, Single, DOHC|
|Engine Displacement (cm³)||250cc|
|No. of Valves per Cylinder||4|
|Bore ´ Stroke (mm)||76.0 x 55.0|
|Max. Power Output||18.2kW/8500rpm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||7.8L|
|ACG Output||324W / 5000rpm|
|Clutch Type||Wet multiplate hydraulic|
|Type||Steel Twin Tube|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||2195 x 815 x 1195mm|
|Type Front||43mm Telescopic Upsidedown|
|Rim Size Front||21 inch|
|Rim Size Rear||18 inch|
|Tyres Front||3.00-21 51P|
|Tyres Rear||120/80-18M/C 62P|
|ABS System Type||2 channel|
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|Amount of Credit||£4,072.35|
|36 Payments of||£125.00|
|Total Amount Payable||£5,386.65|
|Option to Purchase Fee||£10.00|
|Interest Rate pa||6.60%|
|Model||OTR||Deposit||HUK Contribution||Amount of Credit||36 Payments of||Total Amount Payable||APR||Option to Purchase Fee||Interest Rate pa|
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