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Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013
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  • Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013

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Yoshimura Chassis Protector Kit Honda CBR250R

Yoshimura Chassis Protectors help minimize damage from sliding type falls, can save you hundreds of dollars in repairs, and maybe keep you from getting a DNF on race day. The plastic construction is soft enough to slow slides and wear down slowly... yet tough enough to keep the track away from your bike in most cases.

  • Sold as a Pair
  • Laser cut and powder coated brackets featuring CNC-machined clamps
  • Laser-etched Yoshimura logo Inner Sleeve
  • Includes durable mounting hardware and instructions

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

No fairing cutting/trimming required for installation.

This Product Fits:
Honda
CBR250R 2011, 2012, 2013
CBR250R ABS 2011, 2012, 2013
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Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013 4.6 5 65 65
Should help in a lowside... These look great and seem stout. The install is a bit of a pain, but that has more to do with how Suzuki designed their plastics (have to cut holes) than Yosh's design. July 30, 2014
not easy to install, but well worth it The Yoshi frame sliders are pricey, and the design is a bit overly complex. The product is very high quality, and the fit and finish are excellent. Once installed, they work great--my bike has gone down once when I slipped on an oil patch, with no damage to the fairing and only a few scratches on the slider. No cutting of the fairings was required. The installation instructions provided by Yoshimura are mediocre, but with a little ingenuity one can find plenty of pics and videos online for extra assistance. An additional suggestion is to make sure all of the bolts (i.e. not just the main ones) are tightened to the appropriate (and quite varied) torque specs. I suspect a number of the install and/or durability issues that have arisen for other reviewers did so because of insufficient or over-tightening. July 28, 2014
good protection They should significantly reduce the damage if I drop it. July 21, 2014
Good product with horrible instructions The product seems of high quality, but I luckily haven't tested them in a crash. They do however come with terrible instructions with only two blurry black and white photos. Yoshimura really needs to do a much better job of instructions. In an ideal world they'd even do a video of the install. Overall took about 3 hours to install. July 21, 2014
Installation done. Not tested yet I put them on the bike yesterday. It took me like 1.5 hours but can be done much quicker. Check youtube for tutorials. It looks solid and hope will perform well when needed. Worth the try considering the cost of new fairings. May 19, 2014
I was surprised and not in a good way... When I got to the right side (which was a breeze when compared to the left), I was absolutely shocked to see that Yoshimura expects you to replace the extremely well engineered, steel Kawasaki engine mount with their own aluminum piece. I was confused at first, because I wasn't expecting to swap that mount. Nowhere does it state that this is what they want you to do. Furthermore, this was not the case on the left hand side, in that they just replaced some bolts that were holding a cover in place. ----- Installation: Left Side: the left side involved the engine mounting bolt and two screws from a part of the engine cover. Easy. Right Side: the right side involved the engine mounting bolt, two bolts that hold the mount to the frame, and a replacement engine mount as well as a replacement fairing mount. This is where things got tricky for me. You are to place the bracket and replacement fairing mount behind the frame mount. Fairing removal: 3 large plastic rivets that are under the bike. 5 (on both sides) small plastic rivets located behind the fairing and under the front of the bike. 3 (on both sides) black screws that hold the fairings on up top. Yes. Even the screws under the windscreen by the instrument cluster. Once you've removed all the parts that hold the fairings in place, they slide back and drop down, which allows you to unplug the built in blinkers. To remove the small plastic rivets, simply push in the middle part. This will allow you to pull the rivet out. When you go to replace the rivet, pull the plastic inner piece out, beyond flush, put the rivet in and then push the middle piece to flush with the rest of the rivet. To remove the large plastic rivets on the belly, pull the tab out carefully and then pull the entire rivet out. To replace them, simple insert the rivet and then push the middle piece in flush to lock the rivet in place. ----- Protection: Left Side: I believe the left side will hold up well in an accident. There is a lot of reinforcement and space for the mount to bend, if need be. However, there may be the potential of damaging the engine cover mounting holes. Right Side: I believe that the removal of the Kawasaki engine mount is a terrible idea, because the stock one is excellently engineered. In addition, in the event of an accident, I can see this mount bending and severely damaging the engine. The rear of the frame slider sits in a spot that would impact the engine. ----- TL;DR Overall I would NOT recommend this product. I just can't get over the fact that they me to replace that engine mount on the right side. I like what they did on the left side, but hate what they did on the right. I just can't see that piece of aluminum holding up nearly as well as the stock steel piece. June 27, 2014
Hope I'll never need em! So far they seem like they would work well. Hopefully I won't ever find out. Install was pretty difficult by myself, maybe because I have big hands and they were some pretty tight spaces on my CBR250R. Wish they were a little cheaper but most Yoshi stuff isn't cheap so I understand why they aren't. May 12, 2014
High quality protection Just what I was looking for. Sleek design that fits perfectly the lines of the bike. June 24, 2014
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Yoshimura Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2013
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Eric S: No modifications to the bodywork. Jun 22, 2014
Alex A: Well-reviewed by others...I trust the Yoshi brand for quality, too. Really wanted fairing/knee protection in the event of a low-side. These seem solid. Jan 21, 2014
Yosef H: Easy to install and are not so noticeable. Dec 11, 2013
Shane S: I wanted this to protect my motorcycle because I am still a fairly new rider at around half a year and just want to protect my bike from potentially dropping the bike. They were easy to install, especially with a how to video I found on youtube. Haven't tested them out yet, and I don't plan on it. But I do have piece of mind now. Nov 26, 2013
Hannah P: Highly recommended piece of equipment for beginner motorcyclists. Fits close to the frame and not the engine. Saves the farings from slow speed crashes and almost stationary drops. Nov 25, 2013
walter m c: looks like a good deal and make,if it ships fast ,I will be buy[ng here always. Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: will this item fit a HondaCBR250R 2014? Jan 14, 2014
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eric c: These are a must!! I've had friend drop my bike. He was freaking out and I was like ehhh don't worry about it. Look there's no damage to anything. The frame sliders took all the damage. I also wreaked with these on my bike and not a single scratch on my bike. They do what they're are supposed to do and that is protect your plastic's!! Jan 20, 2014
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Isaac B: I installed this on a 2013 model and it wasn't an issue. Honda has only released the 250R for American markets since 2012. This attaches directly to the frame and I doubt the frame has been modified between the 2013/2014 models. Jan 14, 2014
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eric c: Call Up Honda and ask them if it's the same model as the the 2011's. I called them asking if they would fit my 2013 and they said it should sense it's the same model.(Not really a answer. More of a solutions.) Jan 20, 2014
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Chris E: I assume this would fit a 2014 CBR250R as long as Honda has made no change to the frame. Installation will requires removing the side panel, which is not a difficult task. Jan 14, 2014
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Cassandra W: I purchased this for my 2013 honda cbr250 and it fits great. I have had my bike knocked over and no scartch to the frame. it also looked better than I thought it would. Jan 14, 2014
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Michael F: It looks like Honda changed the fairings for the 2014 model, so I would go with no. Jan 14, 2014
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Jeewaka Y: The fairings are different on a 2014, so no. Jan 14, 2014
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Paul W asked: Does anyone know how these compare to the shogun sliders, which has the better positioning? Which would protect better. Sep 23, 2013
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Michael F: Anton is incorrect, you will NOT have to drill a hole in your fairing to get the Yoshimura sliders on. The brackets don't tell you the orientation they want to be in, but once you get it right you won't have to cut anything. Oct 29, 2013
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Jeewaka Y: The positioning on these are really good. I can't compare to the shogun. I haven't tried them, but the build quality on yoshi's is rock-solid. Sep 24, 2013
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Anton C: you'll have to drill a hole on yoshimura, and i accepted that fact just because I guess that positioning is better on yoshi Sep 27, 2013
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