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My 1994 Honda NSR 250R Rothmans
Last updated July 4, 2012
The latest pictures with the new Jha RS Force 304 pipes

97K - Click for full size image Here are the latest pictures of my MC28 NSR with the new Jha RS Force 304 stainless pipes with titanium silencers. What a difference !! Check out the small diary section below for more pics, dyno run specs and more.
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I really like the new pipes. I spent about two days polishing them up to a nice shiny finish. Installation was not too bad and Jha supplied a bracket and spacer kit for use with the stock cowlings.
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229K - Click for full size image The front forks are from a 1995 Honda RS250 and were completely overhauled by Japan's top suspension tuning shop called Sculderia Okumura. They Ti-Nitrated the inner tubes, the outer tubes were Kashima coated for reduced inner friction and unique bronze coloring, the forks were revalved, rebuilt and resprung for my weight and to work properly with the NSR's suspension geometry.
Brakes were updated with Brembo billet race calipers and are a special "Japan only" limited edition run complete with titanium pistons, through bolts and pad retainers that bite floating wave style discs from Braking for absolute unbelievable braking performance. One finger braking has been truly accomplished and the feeling is amazing !! 171K - Click for full size image
61K - Click for full size image Another view of the Jha RS Force 304 pipes from behind. The outlets of the silencers point inward slightly. The custom seat is from Tyga, rear carbon fiber hugger fender from Magical Racing, sprockets from AFAM with a D.I.D gold chain. Mag-Tek wheels powder coated gold and wrapped with Dunlop GPR 70SP tires.
Still waiting on my steering damper. It was sent out to be overhauled and have the inner tube Ti-Nitrated to match my RS250 forks.
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98K - Click for full size image Other goodies are the TSR 4 position adjustable rear sets, Penske race shock, Sansei Racing carbon fiber clip ons, Magical Racing carbon fiber mirrors and one-off iridium coated bubble screen. Brakes are enhanced with Earls braided lines all around and a Brembo radial pump master cylinder, plus a few other parts here and there.
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A picture with the lower fairings removed to show the hard work I put into polishing those pipes. Whewwwwwwwww
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Custom design by Andy Grant of NSR-World.com 40K Click for full size image Thanks Andy !!
Wow !! This is the coolest image!! Special thanks to Andy Grant of NSR-World.com for this amazing image !! Excellent work. I love this picture !! Thanks Andy !! You can click on the above image for a much larger size.

Past pictures with the Dog Fight Racing pipes

107K - Click for full size image Here are the latest pictures of my NSR after the installation of the trick Honda RS250 front forks and Brembo brakes. I will have more pictures in a while when I get a chance to wash the bike.
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The front forks are from a 1995 Honda RS250 and were completely overhauled by Japan's top suspension tuning shop called Sculderia Okumura. They Ti-Nitrated the inner tubes, the outer tubes were Kashima coated for reduced inner friction and unique bronze coloring, the forks were revalved, rebuilt and resprung for my weight and to work properly with the NSR's suspension geometry.
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95K - Click for full size image Brakes were updated with Brembo billet race calipers and are a special "Japan only" limited edition run complete with titanium pistons, through bolts and pad retainers that bite floating wave style discs from Braking for absolute unbelievable braking performance. One finger braking has been truly accomplished and the feeling is amazing !!
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Top view shows the RS triples that are polished to a mirror finish. Most of the suspension parts were replaced with new parts and anodized to match the rest of the parts, A custom billet 1/4 turn throttle kit was installed. A one off custom upper cowl stay bracket was made up out of lightweight aluminum and polished to a mirror finish to help out with steering clearance. The rad filler cap was modified a bit and new turn stoppers were drilled in to the lower triple. Not big enough ? Super size picture (337K)) 82K - Click for full size image
90K - Click for full size image Brakes on my NSR have been improved with a Brembo radial pump master cylinder. This is one of the best upgrades I have done yet and really felt a huge difference in the feeling and and overall braking performance. Click here or on the picture for more about the Brembo conversion. Front brake lines are Earls stainless mesh lines fitted to the stock Nissin calipers (for now) with Ferrodo Sport pads. (Picture shows my old forks before the RS conversion)
This screen is a prototype from Magical Racing and sadly never went into production. It is chemically coated with various layers and offers increased safety with this extremely reflective surface. Look how the print of the carbon fiber mirrors reflect in the screen. This is the only screen of it's kind in the world. 82K - Click for full size image
Click for full size image - 60K These rear sets from TSR - Technical Sports Racing are literally works of art !! They are precision machined from the finest aluminum to a beautiful mirror finish. The quality of these rear sets is unbelievable, by far the finest rear set kit I have ever seen for the NSR. Though they are a little on the expensive side, they are the ultimate rear sets money can buy. Riding position is adjustable in 4 different patterns with a rear micro switch that replaces your spring that is prone to fall off at times. (Picture shows my old pipes before upgrading to the JHA RS Force 304 race pipes)
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