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1989 Honda HRC TLM260R


Availability: Out of stock

Classic Honda two stroke trials bike from 1989.

Lots of the hard work already done on this partly restored bike. 

Motor runs, and no issues.

New front and rear guards, and repainted tank shroud.

Needs a few hours of polishing and painting of components to get it mint.

We have sourced all the hard to find bits out of Japan. 

We have fitted good second hand exhaust header and middllebox, airfilter box, footpegs, gear lever, etc etc, but we don't have the time to finish it perfectly. (and it would be a much more expensive bike if we did)!

it has been sitting in the queue for 3 years, and it may as well go to someone who has a bit of time to finish it off perfectly. It is the classic HRC 2 banger after all. They look amazing.

Could be ridden right now, but would make a perfect collection bike for those die hard HRC fans.



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Air cooled 2 stroke single cylinder 
Displacement: 256 cc.
Maximum Power: 17 hp at 5.000 rpm
Maximum torque: 2,7 Kg/m at 3.500 rpm
Ignition: CDI
Six speed
Diamond - steel type
Front suspension: Telescopic, adjustable
Rear Suspension: Pro-link, remote resevoir, adjustable
Weight: 84 Kg

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