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2012 Honda CRF250X Project Bike Photo Gallery

Look at photos of the 2012 Honda CRF250X Project Bike to see the components and shots of the bike in action.

One resource that is a well-known for motocross and off-road riding gear is MSR, but the Tucker Rocky-distributed brand has a full catalog of hard parts as well.
Since this is an off-road bike and we stand up a lot, we ordered the CR High version. The bar is 800mm wide, 10mm less than the Mid/Low options, and is 91mm tall with 63mm of sweep.
They use a long bolt/brace at the top and bottom to secure it across the front.
These are some of our favorite grips because they’re highly comfortable and very tacky.
Welds on the skidplate are a little ugly, but they have proven strong. Logs have had no visible impact.
Going to the 13T made a huge difference and now the CRF can be ridden on most tight terrain in second. Third gear is now a regular ripper for trail riding. A quick stab at the clutch brings up the front wheel in either gear.
The block-off kit reduced the weight of the X and it now feels like it revs a little freer.
We pulled the stock fuel mixture screw (shown) and replaced it with an adjustable MSR fuel mixture screw.
The MSR Evolution hand guards protect against crashing and debris.
Plans to boost performance on the CRF250X started by removing the emissions hardware. Applied Racing makes a Block-Off Kit which plugs up the holes with billet aluminum plates and screws.
we snared a set of the MSR Dominator bars. These aluminum bars will fit into the stock bar mounts. The MSR Evolution Handguards and Clamps do not fit on the MSR Dominator handlebars.
MSR grip levers are outstanding in wet or muddy conditions.
The MSR fuel mixture screw allows the rider to make on-the-trail adjustments.
There’s no point in splashing a lot of bling on a workhorse like this, so affordable parts that we can bash are right up our alley.
Adding the MSR Evolution hand shields is a smart move for off-road riders.