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2011 Honda CRF250R Features & Benefits
Despite winning numerous comparison tests and awards in 2010, the CRF250R enters the new season sporting a number of improvements that will help it continue its winning ways. A new Honda Progressive Steering Damper (HPSD) with a larger, 24mm damper piston aids tracking precision, and new suspension settings front and rear help give this stellar-handling machine even better chassis balance for 2011. Changes to engine tuning now give the CRF250R a stronger bottom-end and midrange hit, and this model also features a new muffler that meets the 94-decibel sound level required by some racing organizations in 2011.
New for 2011
- New engine tuning produces added response and midrange power production.
- Honda Progressive Steering Damper (HPSD) features larger piston diameter (20mm to 24mm) for improved tracking traits.
- Revised fork valving offers improved balance and bottoming resistance.
- New shock valving helps deliver optimum chassis balance and improved suspension action.
- Redesigned muffler lowers sound emissions to 94 dB.