1989 Suzuki Quadzilla
2012 Can-Am Renegade 1000 Xxc
2011 Ski-Doo MXZ 600 TNT E-tec
Unfortunately the $50 is the added cost to purchase one of our weighted +200 gram flywheels only. Since thes CR250R & CR500R weighted flywheels are made in batches, we can keep the cost down. If we take 1-2 flywheels and add the weight it would add considerable cost as they now become custom 'one off' machine work. Carlos
How long would you estimate your shop to have supplies last? I am not looking for an exact answer, only looking to know if I have the time so stack money for an order including one of theses ignition. In short time i mean.
No worries, or need to hurry. We have plenty in stock, and actually the only stock of CR250R IGN's I am aware anyone has. Take your time, purchase when ready.
Excellent news! Sound really good!
Glad to help, thanks Max...!
So, everyone says that the 2001 CR250 ignition system is the best upgrade for the 250r, but really any of these work fine? I'm chasing an electrical issue that seems to cause the ignition to cut out at the top end, and I'm looking to upgrade anyways.
My only issue is that sometimes I night ride, and lights are cool. The CR500 lighted ignition provides 135 watts, but you don't list the wattage of the 2001 CR 250 ignition, on the lighted version.
1987 Honda TRX250r
Almost all original
The Lighted CR250R IGN's (that we NO longer recommend or sell) are rated at 50 Watts. Note the CR500R Lighted unit is rated at 135 Watts, however; I would say it is more like 100 Watts max...and if you want to make the CR500R Lighted IGN last, saty under 50 Watts for limited amounts of time.
i'm realy surprised with today's technoligy that no one has been able to make a quality lighted cr250r ingition system