It was the succeeding model of the CB250T which took in the cafe racer design. The OHC twin engine equipped with a 2in1 exhaust was easy to handle at commonly used speed range.
|Horsepower Maksimum||26ps(19.0 kw)/9500rpm|
|Berat Total||- kg|
|Kapasitas Tangki||- Liter|
CB300 / Fit for 250F 15-17 mounted on CB 250 F.
The installation itself was not so difficult as the Instruction Manual entered the illustration while English version. (The necessary tools are Hexagonal Wrench 3 and 6, Double-end Wrench 12 or the corresponding MONKEY Wrench)
About the wind storm function, I think that it was functioning to a certain extent. However, because the winds coming around my chest are all concentrated around the neck, I can not completely prevent it. (It all seems like that) Well, if the Front part seems lonely, it may be good to use as a decoration daringly.
We also exchanged the Oil Filter when exchanging Oil for OEMR 4.
Especially I just chose the cheapest price without Kodawari.
There is no difference between the shape and installation, and it is even easier because the D tiger is a structure that installs the Oil Filter next to the Engine.
After exchanging the Oil Filter and Oil and checking with Oil gauge after a certain running, there was nothing wrong.
I think that it is a very good Oil Filter of COSPA.