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CBR250R manual to buy?

I need to buy a cbr250R manual, '88 (grey import i know) m19?

I looked at haynes but they only have the RR, would they be similar?
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Re: CBR250R manual to buy?


1986 CBR250FG and CBR250FG-YA (MC14).

Twin front disks, single front headlight, bikini fairings.

1987 CBR250R(H) (MC17).

Twin front disks, still single head light, full fairings.

1988 CBR250R(J) (MC19).

Single larger front disk, smaller chain, twin head lights, fuel pump.

1989 CBR250R(K) (MC19).

Essentially identical to the R(J), except now had a speed limiter which was set at 185 km/h.

1990-1991 CBR250RR(L) (MC22).

A completely new redesigned bike that features a new cast/pressed aluminium frame that gives a more aggressive riding position, gull shaped swing arm that was adopted from the NSR250, higher rising tail, six spoke cast aluminium wheels and dual front 276 mm floating disk brakes. These changes resulted in a dry weight of 142 kg. The only feature that was adopted from the previous model CBR250s was the original MC14E engine. This too was slightly modified with a crankshaft that featured 27.5 mm small-end journals, up 0.5 mm from the previous 27 mm journals. The engine also uses a completely new set of VP carburetors that feature smaller throats reduced from 32 mm to 30.5 mm. These carburetors are now fed by a vacuum operated pump for fuel delivery.

1992-1993 CBR250RR(N) (MC22).

Essentially the same as the RR(L) except for new paint jobs.

1994-1996 CBR250RR(R) (MC22).

Still very similar to the RR(L/N) but now restricted to producing 40 ps (30 kW) due to changes in Japanese law. The restrictions are in the cylinder head, head gasket and ignition unit, and all need to be replaced if 45 ps (34 kW) is desired. Redline reduced to 18,500rpm.

1997-1999 CBR250RR(RII) (MC22).

These are identical to the RR(R), and are leftover bikes that were built in the 1994 to 1996 era, but sold in 1997 and 1998.
According to this information, the 88 model against the latest model are slightly different. That being said, I wouldn't have thought they would be much and so I would assume they could be used.

Need to check the differences between the MC17/19/22 before than though.

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