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2011 Honda CBR250R Mugen

Mugen is famous for their tuning packages for Honda models, but this time the Japanese tuner turned their attention to a Honda motorcycle, the CBR250R to be exact. With the new additions, the Honda is able to give off a more aggressive and sportier ride. This may sound all fine and dandy, but most of us won’t ever be able to take advantage of this package; it’s only available in Thailand.

The first thing to notice about this motorcycle is the red and black color scheme, but there is a lot more to it than that. The rider’s seat and the pillion are also colored in red with Mugen emblems, and the windshield has also been replaced.

The tuner has also added a new set of light alloy wheels, an upgraded chromed muffler, and ABS - a first-class system that includes a Combined Brake System (CBS) and an Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS). However, they did let the 249 cc four-stroke, four-valve single cylinder DOHC engine untouched.




5 comments:

That front windshield look a bit too big for the Mugen, really doesn’t fit the overall design all that too well. But it still does look good.

issue with this new model iteration concerns its availability. So far, Mugen will only be selling the CBR250R Mugen to customers in Thailand where the bike is manufactured.

If the new mini-Fireblade sells well in the US, though, expect to see many more of these special models stateside very soon!

If the new mini-Fireblade sells well in the US, though, expect to see many more of these special models stateside very soon!

Honda’s in house tuner Mugen has come out with a special edition of the upcoming CBR250R. The Mugen CBR250R comes in red and black paint scheme with red leather seats, Mugen logos, new windshield, sports exhaust and red wheels.

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