HMF Exhausts: 2011 Honda CBR 250
The fuel-injected CBR250R puts a different take on riding your motorcycle. It's extremely light weight and has a powerband that's very user-friendly. It gets great fuel milage and has Honda's unmatched reliability. In developing the after-market Exhaust for the Honda CBR 250R, we wanted to make it even more lightweight and focused on getting as much power as we could out of the 249cc engine. In combination with the HMF Optimizer Fuel Controller, the result is a pretty slick Exhaust system that sounds mean and builds great bottom and top end power. Best of all, we offer the Exhaust in a number of different colors so it can be completely custom.
Honda CBR250R vs 33bhp rivals
We pit the Honda CBR250R against a de-restricted Aprilia RS125, a restricted Suzuki GSX-R600 and a restricted Yamaha XJ6 to find out if the purpose-built CBR250R is the best option for riders on a restricted 33-bhp limited licence.
Honda CBR 250 R Akrapovič Exhaust
Slip-On (EC Type approval) + optional header
The Akrapovič Slip-On Exhaust system is designed for riders who do not want to make expensive and major modifications to their stock Exhaust system. However, the Hexagonal muffler delivers great looks as well as increased performance for the Honda. The Akrapovič Slip-On system is also EC Type approved.
Increase in HP:
Slip-on = 0.7 HP / 8230 rpm
Slip-on + header = 1.0 HP / 7860rpm
Increase in torque:
Slip-on = 1.2 Nm / 4700 rpm
Slip-on + header = 1.5 Nm / 4620 rpm.
stock = 8.4 kgs
titanium slip-on = 4 kgs (difference 4.4)
stock = 87 dB / 4250 rpm
Akrapovic = 87 dB / 4250 rpm
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Special thanks to Manas Jain for editing this video