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Old 11-05-06, 06:01 PM   #1
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Need parts for Honda NS250R 1984 !

Hello ! I am new in this forum ! I checked out the other parts od the forum, but i think i should post this thread here !

I have a Honda NS250R 1984 special edition bike (Rothmans).

I need to change the piston and the push rod/piston rod (pitman) of the bike.Do you know where i can find those parts ? Any sites maybe ?

I hope they are not too expensive ! Are those parts expensive or hard to find ?
Can i use any parts from another honda (or any other) bike, that will work fine on my bike ?
Is there a chance that i can use any "custom parts" that i can order from a garage ?

THX in advance !

Sorry for my terrible English !
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Old 11-05-06, 06:19 PM   #2
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WTF??? That thing have a Campagnolo or Shimano setup?
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Old 11-05-06, 06:21 PM   #3
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This is a bicycle, not motorcycle, forum. Good luck getting it going.
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It's one of these contraptions right?
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***** that thing must be a b!tch to peddle
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Old 11-05-06, 08:10 PM   #6
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it's funny, he totally overlooked the first word in this forums name
"bicycle" mechanics
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Never had piston/push rod trouble with a bike. I'm just a lucky guy.
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First of all, you need to talk to LowCel. He's a weight weenie and could tell you what you need to do to remove ANYTHING off of that bike.

And as for parts? Yes... they can be expensive. Especially if you go for carbon or ti replacments. Ask KonaRider, he will know.

Wanna learn how to joy ride that bad boy? Wait around for a few and I'm sure some of the NC boys will show you a thing or two.

Maybe if you ask MX and he will show you how to win trophys with that thing.

Need a video or some awesome pics of you on it? We've got Hank/John/Pete who might be able to give you some tips. Just don't question anything he says. Listen and learn with him.


Watch out for the "Kona Krew", those who own the badass Konas. There are quite a few of us here. Shiver in fear, my friend.


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ooopsss sorry guys...It was funny looking @ your replies though...
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Hey, we're a regular... er make that irregular bunch of comedians here.
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Anyone else thinking fixed gear?
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Hello ! I am new in this forum ! I checked out the other parts od the forum, but i think i should post this thread here !

I have a Honda NS250R 1984 special edition bike (Rothmans).

I need to change the piston and the push rod/piston rod (pitman) of the bike.Do you know where i can find those parts ? Any sites maybe ?

I hope they are not too expensive ! Are those parts expensive or hard to find ?
Can i use any parts from another honda (or any other) bike, that will work fine on my bike ?
Is there a chance that i can use any "custom parts" that i can order from a garage ?

THX in advance !

Sorry for my terrible English !
nice bike

r u racing it?

I've seen some ads in the classified section of roadracing world that might help. good luck
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It's one of these contraptions right?
Like this one?
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How about something a bit classier?
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I'm thinking more along these lines:

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Old 11-07-06, 09:52 AM   #20
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Meh... it's nuvo-retro!
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NS is a two-stroker, right?
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Old 11-07-06, 03:54 PM   #23
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that's right ! 2 strokes !

classified ads, ha ? ok, i'll check em out !

Yes, it's the bike in the photo.

Max speed :190km/h

Distance 0-190km: 850m !!!

Blasting acceleration !
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Old 11-07-06, 04:25 PM   #24
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try david silver spares. he deals in all sorts of hard to find honda parts.
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You wouldn't have happened to buy that bike from EMI would you? I love the factory replica bodywork:



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