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  • Q. While asking in showroom they are telling that from production site they are not getting it, is it true and also since CBR 250 RR and CBR 300R is also expected to be launched in India, will Honda continue the CBR 250R?

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    NIKHIL
    NIKHIL | 10 months ago

    I have ridden my 2018/19 CBR250R to Ooty and chickamagalur hilly terrains with pillion and Rynox saddle bags comfortably. Ridder weight - 75 kgsPillion weight - 50 kgs We rode uphill to ooty through hairpin bends comfortably. I did feel the necessity of ample torque at lower RPMs when I got stuck behind a Honda Amaze in a steep curve.With CBR250R you get ample torque only after 4k-4.5k RPMS.The curve was too steep mostly at 45 to 50% degrees.The car driver was new to hilly terrains and got tensed when his car did nt pickup with four passengers on board. I had almost reached the peak of the uphill road and had to stop due the car upfront and I had to downshift and put it to neutral as car was blocking my way.After finding a way to get out, My Bike did not pick up from 1st gear with the pillion. I did n’t wanted to risk of throttling more to reach 4K RPMs to gain the required torque to move out. The bike felt like suffocating !! I asked my pillion to step down and it picked up easily. Please advise me if you guys feel I could have done better to pick up …

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    Pawan
    Pawan | 3 months ago

    @ NIKHIL | I have ridden my 2018/19 CBR250R to Ooty and chickamagalur hilly terrains with pillion and Rynox saddle bags comfortably. Ridder weight - 75 kgsPillion weight - 50 kgs We rode uphill to ooty through hairpin bends comfortably. I did feel the necessity of ample torque at lower RPMs when I got stuck behind a Honda Amaze in a steep curve.With CBR250R you get ample torque only after 4k-4.5k RPMS.The curve was too steep mostly at 45 to 50% degrees.The car driver was new to hilly terrains and got tensed when his car did nt pickup with four passengers on board. I had almost reached the peak of the uphill road and had to stop due the car upfront and I had to downshift and put it to neutral as car was blocking my way.After finding a way to get out, My Bike did not pick up from 1st gear with the pillion. I did n’t wanted to risk of throttling more to reach 4K RPMs to gain the required torque to move out. The bike felt like suffocating !! I asked my pillion to step down and it picked up easily. Please advise me if you guys feel I could have done better to pick up …

    Change your front sprocket to 14T(JT Sprocket Online available), gears will become shorter, your problem will be fixed.

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