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Old 02-12-2013, 12:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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250r engine identification number

hi i just got a 88 honda 250r but i think it is a 86 motor the top and bottom of engine are grey or silver in color i hope it is not a 86 motor if it is then the thing is junk i would thing a 88 with a 86 motor not good but if you could help me identify it the number on the block is TB06E and the number on the plack below it is 1000265 thanks for any help
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86 motor dosnt mean its junk....my 310 is 86 bottom end with a 87 top....no problems here..
.you need to quit listening to everybody talk. No year 250r motor is junk and they all can be built.
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Dose it sound like a 86 motor also it has sat for 7 years I had to use starter fluix for it to start I need to clean carb I know that but if it fired that means top end is ok is that correct the shocks are not oem eather they are ekle a think they ok shocks
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It is an 86 motor, based on the number you posted. Why would you think an 86 motor is junk? Aside from a few differences, all years are basically the same, and you can interchange most parts between all years. The 85-86 motors are short rod motors, and the 87-89 motors are long-rod motors, there are slightly different gear ratios on the 87-89 motors also.
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Ok thanks guys well I guess if I have to do any motor work I will need a 86 repair Manuel I dont understand why some one would take a 88 motor out to put in a 86 but I guess if it is still a good motor I cant get to pissed
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Would I be better off buying the 88 motor I am not selling it I bought it to go ride idk what I should do
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Would I be better off buying the 88 motor I am not selling it I bought it to go ride idk what I should do
No reason to, many just update the older motors to 88-89 specs.
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2003 Lonestar 250R
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Would u guys be able to help me out if I have questions when I start getting into the motor work I have only built I 350 rancher and one 250ex motor top and bottem ends never a 2 stroke
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Would u guys be able to help me out if I have questions when I start getting into the motor work I have only built I 350 rancher and one 250ex motor top and bottem ends never a 2 stroke
Not a problem, I've rebuilt more than I can count.
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2003 Lonestar 250R
2001 Lonestar 250R.....now a 310
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they probably broke a chain and destroyed the case.i have seen it many times.then they prob. found an 86 and put it in.don't forgetit's over 20 years old.if it was rode alittle bit every year that's alot of miles!!!!there is nothing wrong with the 86 motor.check everything and ride it.if something happens to it you can get it rebuilt or buy one already rebuilt.
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Ok thanks guys well I guess if I have to do any motor work I will need a 86 repair Manuel I dont understand why some one would take a 88 motor out to put in a 86 but I guess if it is still a good motor I cant get to pissed
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