NX250 Thread -- official ADV owners manual

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  1. HappyRiding

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    Thanks Mr. ValveCrusher for the tip on the battery. I'm on the road again. :rayof

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  2. valvecrusher

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    I know you've changed it, but still the red headpipe looks really good...

    On the bump start, have you checked your valve clearances? When the valve clearances get out of specification, the bike becomes a hesistant starter..

    There is a NX starter on www.Ebay.com
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/HONDA-NX250-NX-250-MOTORCYCLE-STARTER-STARTING-MOTOR-90_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35595QQihZ020QQitemZ300218736301QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW

    described as
    "THIS IS A USED STARTER FROM A 1990 HONDA NX250 MOTORCYCLE. ITS IN WORKING CONDITION. IT HAS SOME SMALL CHIPS IN THE GEAR TEETH AS SEEN IN CLOSE UP PHOTO, EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS."
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    It's $0.99 US dollars.
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  3. customerservice

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    thank you sir the files are really gift from above.
    here are my mods.

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    by the ways i used cbr parts they bolt on easy with some modified spacers for the swing arms, for the front wheel i used the original bearings from my spoked hubs and disc brake adapter.
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  4. customerservice

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    sir the head pipe are originals, i colored it with high temp spray paint
    and it's cool since if the engine worked hard it turns to black and grey then goes back to red.

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    sir thanks for this photo i'll cherrish this the most since there are many surplus bike part shops here fron japan.

    sir this bike starts like a dream even with out a starter i just put it to third run and jump like hell and realease ha ha ha.. i was laughing now since i do this every day it's worth the sweat considering this bike puts 80KM a day 5 days a week house to work and back.

    Guy's also there are only three bolts to loosen to remove the gear,
    could someone take a photo and get the diameter of the outter and inner gears, part # too.


    thanks again sir
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  6. valvecrusher

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    <table border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" width="559"><tbody><tr><td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">no.
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">name
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">OEM-number
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">price (&#8364;)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">quantity
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    1
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">GEAR COMP., STARTING DRIVEN (60T)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">28110-KW3-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    124.71
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    2
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">GEAR, REDUCTION STARTER (69T/20T)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">28131-KR0-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    51.32
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    3
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">SHAFT, REDUCTION GEAR
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">28132-KR0-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    6.83
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    4
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">GEAR, STARTER IDLE (12T/12T)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">28141-KR0-010
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    37.53
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    5
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">MOTOR ASSY., STARTING
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31200-KW3-018
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    646.69
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    6
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">TERMINAL SET, BRUSH
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31201-KS5-901
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    15.86
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    7
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">SPRING, CARBON BRUSH
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31204-KS5-901
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2.92
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    8
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">BOLT, SETTING
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31205-KL8-711
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    8
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">BOLT, SETTING
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31205-KW3-008
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2.6
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    9
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">HOLDER SET, BRUSH
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31206-KW1-901
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    18.29
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    10
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">RING
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">31207-KS5-901
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    3.96
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    11
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">CABLE, STARTER MOTOR
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">32410-KW3-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    27.59
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    12
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">COVER TERMINAL
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">32411-KG1-920
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    1.83
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    13
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">COVER, TERMINAL
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">32412-KW3-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    0
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    14
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">NUT-WASHER, 6MM
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">90071-MB0-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2.55
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    15
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">WASHER, STEEL PLATE
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">90122-MN4-008
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2.75
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    16
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">WASHER, THRUST, 26MM
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">90407-415-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    3.58
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    17
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">WASHER, 10x21
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">90452-187-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2.55
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    4
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    18
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">BEARING, NEEDLE, 10x14x10 (TOMUSON)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">91021-MC8-008
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    10.15
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    18
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">BEARING, NEEDLE, 10x14x10 (NTN)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">91021-MC8-008
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    10.15
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    19
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">BEARING, NEEDLE, 26x31x24 (NTN)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">91102-KR0-003
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    13.69
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    20
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">O-RING, 24.4x3.1 (ARAI)
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">91312-MG7-003
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    5.3
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    1
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    21
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">O-RING
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">91320-MB0-000
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    2.5
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    3
    </td></tr> <tr> <td height="17" valign="top" width="5%">
    22
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="40%">BOLT, FLANGE, 6x28
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="20%">95801-060-2800
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="22%">
    1.06
    </td> <td height="17" valign="top" width="13%">
    2
    </td></tr></tbody></table>
    Customer service, i hope this helps you get started..

    this is only part numbers for this page...if you need more just ask:bubba
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  7. customerservice

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    sir since my xl250 degree is the evil twin brother of ax-1 and nx-1 i'll post some of my photos.
    ever since i found your thread i loved my bike like never before.
    thanks to cbr parts.
    heres some photos before it bacame supermoto.

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    the evil twin brother on the operating room.
    do we have the same head and wirings?
    my engine sprocket is 16 tooth but i changed it to 13 since my rear's now are less 4 tooth

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    here's my brake master mounted on the side i welded the bracket on the chassis.
    my bike is still on road trials and plans to do the full make over after everthing is perfect. to bad my starter got sacked that led to a 2month road test. :D

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    Sir VC this was taken awhile ago after office i stopped at the historical EDSA revolution monument here in the Philippines.

    80KM a day 5 days a week and some joy rides during weekend, see even with out starter it's worth the sweat jump starting the bike.

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    thanks for the forum pages guy's hope you like it MOBS from RP :rofl
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  11. Papa Pete

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    Hey out there I posted one pic of my little bike family with no welcome
    responce. :cry So I'll try one more time. Hello all, Here is a pic of my new to me NX250 with the rest of the clan.:D So far so good with this bike,but the last owner did say it had a starting problem. I figure just replace the CDI and maybe try and fix the old one as a backup. This bike is for my wife and she loves it. The NX125 was just a little to doggy for her likes. All though I rode it to work some 15 miles between my hose and work on 55 mile an hour roads. So the little NX has a date with a 185 donor motor and the NX250 is just right the way it is for now.

    Attached Files:

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  12. HappyRiding

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    :wave Howdy Papa Pete!
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  13. valvecrusher

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    Hey PapaPete...:freaky

    We're glad to have you here.....welcome!

    Plenty of folk here, who are always here to help...
    You've got a nice stable, too :thumb
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  14. Papa Pete

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    When I ride this bike I get the feeling Honda was thinking motard as apposed to dualsport IMHO. This must be the reason the bikes didn't catch on. When I look at the new XR230L I think what a toad with a very dated motor. when I look at the NX250 I see a motor before it's time that could be put into a modern frame and still going today!:clap
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  15. valvecrusher

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    Did you see this?
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=335747
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    Long live the Shineray XY250GY?? :puke1

    This bike isn't DOT legal, but it might be able to be converted by the MCO/MSO...
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    Yes I saw the made in China motor. I know at some point these guys will build something that will run like a Honda. For right now they only build stuff that looks like Honda motors. I have a real problem with the thought that China builds what ever they like and then some chainsaw sales shop sells it here with the promise it is a tried and true Honda design, just being made in China. Any problems Honda parts will fit right on and the Honda shops here will fix it for you after we quit selling the things. Bla bla bla. I have a brother that works at a small shop that repair all bikes old or new. they work on a lot of older bikes that they bigger sale shops don't want to deal with anymore. The only thing they won't touch is the MIC bikes. People come in all the time with them and give the sam old line when I bought fom Joe chainsaw sales guy he told me it's just like a Honda. Hell the MIC sparkplugs don't even equate to any plugs know to us.
    Oh oh I'm rainting now, So I'll go and suck air out of a paper bag so I calm down! Crap I can't even get paper bags anymore!:cry

    You know if they could build this thing better than just how it looks, I would
    consider one.
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    i missed the starter on ebay but i contact the seller about the gear. thanks for the info sir VC
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  18. ArthDuro

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    hey folks

    as i have stated in the other nx thread
    i like both of them by the way

    I have exhaust header bolts stuck in my cylinder head
    anyone have any good ideas about removing those
    other then drilling and rethreading.

    I did what VC did and painted everything with a black high heat paint
    but now it is all sitting idle cuz i cant get those bolts out

    any ideas please help


    oh and customer service
    here is another link to an nx250 starter on ebay
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/HOND...002QQitemZ120245899615QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V
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  19. Papa Pete

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    Heat and weasel piss:D Well that's what we call any good rust buster spray. It took heat to get the bolts stuck and heat will set them free.
    That is as long as there is enough of a bolt to grab with a vicegrip.:evil
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  20. valvecrusher

    valvecrusher tractus pro pensio™

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    Try using a super small LEFT handed drill bit.
    It effectively works as a screw extractor, and they come in small sizes..
    get the small kit, put a punch mark into the broken stud's center, then drill away...

    the heat from being drilled, and the torque of the counter rotating bit, MIGHT just break the stud loose from the head..
    use lots of WD40, preferably ahead of time...

    Left handed bits work better than EZouts, or grab'its....IMHO