Used Honda CRF 230 L Parts
10 Great Reasons to Buy Your Used Honda CRF 230 L, CRF230L Parts from MrCycleParts
Many of our dealers on MrCycleParts offer an extended warranty on your parts. In fact, often our dealer’s guarantee may beat your local dealership. Choosing recycled parts for your bike will help save almost 80 million barrels of oil annually which would otherwise be required to produce new parts. When we’ve found your part, we’ll send you an email. You’ll see responses from all of the salvage dealers on our network who have the part you want.
Their phone numbers and contact information will be included so you can quickly and easily order your part. When steel mills replace their raw ore containing a high sulphur content with scrap metal from a salvage yard, they generally significantly reduce their air pollution and their water pollution. Using recycled parts helps manage our limited resources wisely and saves everyone money. The scrap industry in North America gets about 40% of the ferrous metal they use from recycled parts.
When you buy from the dealers on MrCycleParts, you can do so with the confidence that you are working with companies who work hard to be good stewards to the environment. MrCycleParts is your partner to find the right part, at the best price and high quality. Our recycling effort is a modern, international approach which results in more than 12,000,000 bikes, automobiles and trucks being recycled annually.
No doubt about it, the Honda CRF230 is a fun dirt bike. It provides a dirt bike enthusiast lots of torque thanks to its air-cooled, two-valve 223cc motor. While not a bike most riders would select for competition, it is none the less a fun trail bike that can offer great performance for any twist and turn the path throws at you.
This smaller machine does a great job of continuing on the line Honda established with their XR250R, XR400R and XR600R. The seat height, at a reasonable 34.6 inches, provides a smoother ride and somewhat better control and the ground clearence of 12 inches helps protect the fairly exposed motor. The bike weighs in at 248 pounds.
This might seem slightly heavy, but Honda has done a decent job distributing the weight and it performs well on the trail.
The transmission and the motor (which still has a carburetor) shift smoothly and offer a decent amount of power. You may find that your clutch gets a work out, but the salvage yards on MrCycleParts are standing by to help you with this or any other parts you’re in need of to keep your CRF230 running in top form.
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