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This is a n00b question and probably has been asked before, I know, but Nevertheless;
I'm wondering if anyone knows wether any parts between the single and double Rs can be straight swapped over? If so, What can and What can't be fitted to either models?
(I've got a CBR250R(J's) - and most parts I find only seem to be for the RR's) :-/
 

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Some of the parts would be spark plugs, starter solenoid, rear brake pads, throttle pipe, clutch cable, bulbs are some of the things that come to mind.

Are you asking about engine parts or bodywork specifically?
 

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Some info I found from a quick search is below. If you can find yourself the parts manuals for both the mc19 &22 and the part numbers for particular items of interest, the info below will give you an idea of how to interpret the parts number and determine what is common between Honda models.

http://www.cmsnl.com/faq.php?fq_catid=14#14

http://www.stocrallies.com/st-riders/index.php?topic=1856.0

I've also been wondering about interchangability of parts, as I've been looking at a set of unused mc16 nsr250 forks (37mm dia) so that I can use the stachions on the cbr 250. The part numbers are identical save for the product code (mc16: 51410 KV3 003; mc22 51410 KAZ 003), so I still have a little bit of invesitgating to do before I am sure I can use them or not.
 

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K916 said:
Some of the parts would be spark plugs, starter solenoid, rear brake pads, throttle pipe, clutch cable, bulbs are some of the things that come to mind.

Are you asking about engine parts or bodywork specifically?
Thanks, but not really after anything in particular, sort of just wondering and wanted to know if ppl knew what parts could be swapped over and what parts couldn't.
I'm not even that sure what the main differences are. One part I'd like to use from an mc22 are the switch blocks, as my mc19 ones have this hideously outdated - stone age look.
Another part is the front brakes, as my mate has had some trouble sourcing a new front disc for his mc19, whilst seeing heaps of mc22 parts around. :)

A.C said:
Some info I found from a quick search is below. If you can find yourself the parts manuals for both the mc19 &22 and the part numbers for particular items of interest, the info below will give you an idea of how to interpret the parts number and determine what is common between Honda models.

http://www.cmsnl.com/faq.php?fq_catid=14#14

http://www.stocrallies.com/st-riders/index.php?topic=1856.0

I've also been wondering about interchangability of parts, as I've been looking at a set of unused mc16 nsr250 forks (37mm dia) so that I can use the stachions on the cbr 250. The part numbers are identical save for the product code (mc16: 51410 KV3 003; mc22 51410 KAZ 003), so I still have a little bit of invesitgating to do before I am sure I can use them or not.
Hey, thanks, I think that should come in quite handy, But I'll need some free time before I get to read through all of that stuff.
Looking at it now and so far I'm gettin bits at a time. lol.
Hopefully should be able to use this.
Thanks again :headbang:
 

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One part I'd like to use from an mc22 are the switch blocks, as my mc19 ones have this hideously outdated - stone age look.
Save yourself the hassle, and go down and buy some metal polish. I use the tubs of 'Mothers' metal polish paste, works a charm on almost anything. That and an afternoon with a soft cloth will see the switch blocks looking like new. You can even fill in the lettering for the controls with some paint of your colour choice.

Otherwise, thats not a bad guide AC posted up.

- boingk
 

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If it’s any help to people now, I’ve got both a CBR250RR & NSR250R mc16. I’m swapping the whole fork/wheel/brake assembly over to the nsr from the cbr because she’s toast. Later model nsr’s such as the mc18 (88-89 I believe) and mc21 (all years) use the same speedo and mounting hardware for the speedo and front fairing along with front rotors etc, brakes themselves are different and things but a lot of the bike is interchangeable for the same year lines. If your looking for straight swap parts the nsr250r mc21’s share the most with cbr250rr mc22‘s
 
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