Motorcycle modifications is not a recently started thing. Designers and biking nuts from across the world regularly come up with masterpieces to woo the enthusiasts. One such recent example of a stunning motorcycle modification emerged in the form of a Honda CBR150R. Anugerah Design from Indonesia has transformed a stock Honda CBR150R into what looks like a breathtaking Honda CBR250RR.
Starting off with the changes, the motorcycle has been fitted with a modified tail lamp, fuel tank and clip on handlebars. The bike has been equipped with dual projector headlamps instead of the LED units that come in the stock CBR250RR. The rear seat in the motorcycle looks like a modified unit of the CBR250RR. The engine in the bike is the same 150cc, liquid-cooled unit that powers the CBR150R. The instrument console is fresh and it neither resembles to that of the CBR250RR nor to the CBR150R.
For those who do not know, the Honda CBR250RR draws its power from a 249.7cc parallel-twin engine mated to a six-speed transmission system. The fuel injected engine develops a maximum power output of 38.7 PS accounting for the best in class power output. Besides, this motorcycle receives throttle by wire technology for a seamless power delivery. The three riding modes namely Comfort, Sport and Sport+ lets the rider adjust the riding characteristics of the motorcycle as per his requirements. Also Read: Honda CBR250RR: All You Need to Know in 10 Quick Points
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Source - Iwanbanaran.com