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    cush drive rubber for 18 inch HONDA Mag wheel

    i'm wondering what the chances of Honda sticking with the same cush drive for a ...?maybe?...CBR250 or ?maybe? a NSR three spoked mag would be. I could post a pic but I am struggling with a steam powered, fill in, laptop while my super quick one is dead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    i'm wondering what the chances of Honda sticking with the same cush drive for a ...?maybe?...CBR250 or ?maybe? a NSR three spoked mag would be. I could post a pic but I am struggling with a steam powered, fill in, laptop while my super quick one is dead...
    i take it you don't know what the existing wheel is?

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    It has numbers and such alluding to it's a Honda ...I shall endeavour to post a pic and some numbers...It came to me as a passed on project, an NSR250 frame and a CBR250RR swing arm and some USD Kwaka forks...

    ...all I have left is the rear mag wheel and the forks, all now adorning an older Honda frame, my new flattracker...goin nowhere without the squeezy, rubber bit though...

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    the First MC16 NSR250 had 3.5x18 wheels

    If it's this you are in luck.
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    CBR250

    MC22
    MC19
    MC17

    CB250F HORNET 1996 (T) JAPAN MC31-100-105
    MVX250F 1983 (D)
    NS400R 1985 (F) AUSTRALIA



    CB250F HORNET 1996 (T) JAPAN MC31-100-105
    CBR250R 1987 (H) JAPAN MC17-100
    CBR250R 1988 (J) JAPAN MC19-100
    CBR250R 1989 (K) JAPAN MC19-105
    CBR250RR MC22 1990 (L) JAPAN
    CBR250RR MC22 1992 (N) JAPAN
    CBR250RR MC22 1994 (R) JAPAN
    CBR250RR MC22 1994 (R) JAPAN / TYPE 2
    MVX250F 1983 (D)
    NS400R 1985 (F) AUSTRALIA
    NS400R 1985 (F) AUSTRIA
    NS400R 1985 (F) ENGLAND
    NS400R 1985 (F) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES
    NS400R 1985 (F) FRANCE
    NS400R 1985 (F) GERMANY
    NS400R 1985 (F) ITALY
    NS400R 1985 (F) SOUTH AFRICA
    NS400R 1985 (F) SWEDEN
    NS400R 1986 (G) CANADA
    NSR250R 1986 (G) JAPAN MC16-100
    NX250 1988 (J) USA CALIFORNIA
    NX250 1989 (K) USA CALIFORNIA
    NX250 1990 (L) USA CALIFORNIA
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) CANADA
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) FRANCE
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) GERMANY
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) GERMANY / 15P
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) NORTHERN EUROPE
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) SPAIN
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) DENMARK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) FINLAND
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) GERMANY
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) GERMANY / 15P
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MM
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) FRANCE
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY / 15P
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) SPAIN
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1991 (M) SWITZERLAND / MK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1991 (M) SWITZERLAND / MM
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MM
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) SWITZERLAND
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) FRANCE MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) FRANCE MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MK 15P
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MM 15P
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) SPAIN MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) SPAIN MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) FRANCE
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) GERMANY
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) GERMANY 15P
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) SPAIN MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) SPAIN MM
    VT250 SPADA 1988 (J) JAPAN MC20-100
    VT250F 1982 (C) JAPAN
    VTR250 INTERCEPTOR VTR 1988 (J) USA
    VTR250 INTERCEPTOR VTR 1989 (K) USA
    VTR250 INTERCEPTOR VTR 1990 (L) USA
    XL250 1991 (M) JAPAN MD26-100
    XL250 1992 (N) JAPAN MD26-105
    XL250 1993 (P) JAPAN MD26-130
    XL250 1993 TYPE II (P) JAPAN MD26-130
    XL250 1995 (S) JAPAN MD31-100
    XL250 1995 TYPE II (S) MD31-100
    XL250R 1982 (C) BELGIUM
    XL250R 1982 (C) USA
    XL250R 1983 (D) USA
    XL250R 1984 (E)
    XL250R 1984 (E) USA
    XL250R 1985 (F)
    XL250R 1985 (F) USA
    XL250R 1986 (G)
    XL250R 1986 (G) USA
    XL250R 1987 (H)
    XL250R 1987 (H) USA
    XL350R 1984 (E)
    XL350R 1984 (E) USA
    XL350R 1985 (F)
    XL350R 1985 (F) USA
    XLR250R 1985 (F) JAPAN MD16-100
    XLR250R TYPE III 1988 (J) JAPAN MD22-100
    XLR250R2 1985 (F) JAPAN MD16-100
    XLX250R 1984 BRAZIL
    XLX350R 1988 (J) SPAIN
    XR250L 1991 (M) USA
    XR250L 1992 (N) USA
    XR250L 1993 (P) USA
    XR250L 1994 (R) USA
    XR250L 1995 (S) USA
    XR250L 1996 (T) USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    i take it you don't know what the existing wheel is?
    That cunt'd be lucky if he knows what day it is
    "If you can make black marks on a straight from the time you turn out of a corner until the braking point of the next turn, then you have enough power."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickaha View Post
    That cunt'd be lucky if he knows what day it is
    ...it's tuesday ...every day is tuesday...unless it's tuesday..

    ...fuck, I don't know....Rangoonites wouldn't know they were being fucked 'til they coughed...who pulled your chain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    the First MC16 NSR250 had 3.5x18 wheels

    If it's this you are in luck.
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    CBR250

    MC22
    MC19
    MC17

    CB250F HORNET 1996 (T) JAPAN MC31-100-105
    MVX250F 1983 (D)
    NS400R 1985 (F) AUSTRALIA



    CB250F HORNET 1996 (T) JAPAN MC31-100-105
    CBR250R 1987 (H) JAPAN MC17-100
    CBR250R 1988 (J) JAPAN MC19-100
    CBR250R 1989 (K) JAPAN MC19-105
    CBR250RR MC22 1990 (L) JAPAN
    CBR250RR MC22 1992 (N) JAPAN
    CBR250RR MC22 1994 (R) JAPAN
    CBR250RR MC22 1994 (R) JAPAN / TYPE 2
    MVX250F 1983 (D)
    NS400R 1985 (F) AUSTRALIA
    NS400R 1985 (F) AUSTRIA
    NS400R 1985 (F) ENGLAND
    NS400R 1985 (F) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES
    NS400R 1985 (F) FRANCE
    NS400R 1985 (F) GERMANY
    NS400R 1985 (F) ITALY
    NS400R 1985 (F) SOUTH AFRICA
    NS400R 1985 (F) SWEDEN
    NS400R 1986 (G) CANADA
    NSR250R 1986 (G) JAPAN MC16-100
    NX250 1988 (J) USA CALIFORNIA
    NX250 1989 (K) USA CALIFORNIA
    NX250 1990 (L) USA CALIFORNIA
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) CANADA
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) FRANCE
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) GERMANY
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) GERMANY / 15P
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) NORTHERN EUROPE
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1988 (J) SPAIN
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) DENMARK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) FINLAND
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) GERMANY
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1989 (K) GERMANY / 15P
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MM
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) FRANCE
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY / 15P
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) SPAIN
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1991 (M) SWITZERLAND / MK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1991 (M) SWITZERLAND / MM
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MK
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES / MM
    NX250 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) SWITZERLAND
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) FRANCE MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) FRANCE MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MK 15P
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) GERMANY MM 15P
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) SPAIN MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1990 (L) SPAIN MM
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) EUROPEAN DIRECT SALES
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) FRANCE
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) GERMANY
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) GERMANY 15P
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) SPAIN MK
    NX2502 DOMINATOR 1993 (P) SPAIN MM
    VT250 SPADA 1988 (J) JAPAN MC20-100
    VT250F 1982 (C) JAPAN
    VTR250 INTERCEPTOR VTR 1988 (J) USA
    VTR250 INTERCEPTOR VTR 1989 (K) USA
    VTR250 INTERCEPTOR VTR 1990 (L) USA
    XL250 1991 (M) JAPAN MD26-100
    XL250 1992 (N) JAPAN MD26-105
    XL250 1993 (P) JAPAN MD26-130
    XL250 1993 TYPE II (P) JAPAN MD26-130
    XL250 1995 (S) JAPAN MD31-100
    XL250 1995 TYPE II (S) MD31-100
    XL250R 1982 (C) BELGIUM
    XL250R 1982 (C) USA
    XL250R 1983 (D) USA
    XL250R 1984 (E)
    XL250R 1984 (E) USA
    XL250R 1985 (F)
    XL250R 1985 (F) USA
    XL250R 1986 (G)
    XL250R 1986 (G) USA
    XL250R 1987 (H)
    XL250R 1987 (H) USA
    XL350R 1984 (E)
    XL350R 1984 (E) USA
    XL350R 1985 (F)
    XL350R 1985 (F) USA
    XLR250R 1985 (F) JAPAN MD16-100
    XLR250R TYPE III 1988 (J) JAPAN MD22-100
    XLR250R2 1985 (F) JAPAN MD16-100
    XLX250R 1984 BRAZIL
    XLX350R 1988 (J) SPAIN
    XR250L 1991 (M) USA
    XR250L 1992 (N) USA
    XR250L 1993 (P) USA
    XR250L 1994 (R) USA
    XR250L 1995 (S) USA
    XR250L 1996 (T) USA


    ...had a feeling you would be forthcoming...thanks...looks very promising...need a rotor and caliper setup for same wheel too...for some reason we have to stop or we get dizzy or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickaha View Post
    That cunt'd be lucky if he knows what day it is
    a man who doesn't need to know what day it is has their life sorted pretty much.

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    I've thrown out dozens, but there's one CBR 18 inch wheel left in a aswingarm... though Husa's list doesn't include this model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    I've thrown out dozens, but there's one CBR 18 inch wheel left in a swingarm... though Husa's list doesn't include this model.
    The cbr250's are on the list I wondered re the 400 aero and there like, but maybe they are either bigger or maybe just harder rubber.
    or its just as the list doesn't include non USA models other than my additions.
    I had a look and the 86 Aero has a different part number and different number 4 vs 6
    product number: 41241KT8000
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    NSR250 ETC
    41241KB7000
    https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-nsr250r-.../#.X64r7mgzaUk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    I reminder distinctly .




    Kinky is using a feather. Perverted is using the whole chicken

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    ...that comprehensive list of possibilities blew me away...ten minutes in the shed this morning before I made my lunch and went to work and I found an early 80's XR rim and lo and behold , guess what...thank you husa...

    ...now that I can make the back wheel go round I have to be able to stop it going round...can I drill holes in a disc that is an orphan and mount it to the said Honda wheel...remembering that the brake is just a hindrance and will only be used in the pits to stop you hitting your trailer or some dumb cunt in the way of your progress through the pits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    ...that comprehensive list of possibilities blew me away...ten minutes in the shed this morning before I made my lunch and went to work and I found an early 80's XR rim and lo and behold , guess what...thank you husa...

    ...now that I can make the back wheel go round I have to be able to stop it going round...can I drill holes in a disc that is an orphan and mount it to the said Honda wheel...remembering that the brake is just a hindrance and will only be used in the pits to stop you hitting your trailer or some dumb cunt in the way of your progress through the pits...
    get one of the good rubbers if they come in multiples and scan it, save it so in ten years time you can print one on your three D printer.
    you'll have one for making false teeth by then so just cost materials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    ...that comprehensive list of possibilities blew me away...ten minutes in the shed this morning before I made my lunch and went to work and I found an early 80's XR rim and lo and behold , guess what...thank you husa...

    ...now that I can make the back wheel go round I have to be able to stop it going round...can I drill holes in a disc that is an orphan and mount it to the said Honda wheel...remembering that the brake is just a hindrance and will only be used in the pits to stop you hitting your trailer or some dumb cunt in the way of your progress through the pits...
    If its a NSR250 MC16
    its the same as a NC23 CBR400

    Honda CBR400 F 1984 - 1987
    Honda CBR400 RR 1988 - 1989

    Pretty sure same era CBR600F as well.


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    Outside Diameter 220mm
    Inside Diameter 88
    Thickness 5.0
    Fitment for:
    Honda CBR250 RH (MC17) 1987 220
    Honda CBR250 RJ/RK/RK2 (MC19) 1988-1989
    Honda NSR250 RG (MC16) 1986
    Honda NSR250 R2J (MC18) 1988
    Honda NSR250 RSP/RSK/RSP (MC18)
    Honda NSR250 RL/RN/RSP (MC21) 1995-
    Honda NS250 FE (MCII) 1984
    Honda NS250 RE/RG (MCII) 1984-1986
    Honda VT250 FL Spada/Castec 1988-1990
    Honda CBR400 RG/RGYA (NC23) 1986
    Honda CBR400 RRJ/RRK
    (NC23 Tri arm) 1992-1993
    Honda NS400 RF/RG 1985-1987
    Honda VFR400 ZG/ZH/RG/RH-YA (NC21) 1985-1987
    Honda CBR600 FH/FJ/FK/FL 1987-1990
    I went and had a look in the shed I have a 220mm 3 hole disc but its not going to fit as its a tiny 58mm ish inside and a 68 or so stud spacing.
    i have other rear hionda discs but they are the far more common 4 hole later models
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    ...that comprehensive list of possibilities blew me away...ten minutes in the shed this morning before I made my lunch and went to work and I found an early 80's XR rim and lo and behold , guess what...thank you husa...

    ...now that I can make the back wheel go round I have to be able to stop it going round...can I drill holes in a disc that is an orphan and mount it to the said Honda wheel...remembering that the brake is just a hindrance and will only be used in the pits to stop you hitting your trailer or some dumb cunt in the way of your progress through the pits...
    Clocking it up in a lathe to ensure it runs true is the only advice I have on drilling the holes.
    I've done it on several bikes.

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    Also compatible with disc.

    Front
    HONDA SCOOPY SH 50 97 / 03
    HONDA WHY 50 99 / 07
    HONDA SCOOPY SH 100 96 / 01

    Rear brake disc compatible with models:

    HONDA NSR / NSR REPSOL 50 96 / 01
    HONDA NS1 75 94 / 98
    HONDA VFR 400 87 / 88
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