TLR250 Fork Oil

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TLR250 Fork Oil

Postby Gary B » Sat Oct 03, 2015 12:35 pm

Howdy,
I'm just about to replace some leaking fork seals in my 1985 TLR250.
The only manual I have is the owners manual which doesn't list fork oil capacity or viscosity.
Anybody out there able to help me with either or both ?
I don't want to start the job until I know how much oil needs to go back in & what viscosity.

Thanx in advance.


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Re: TLR250 Fork Oil

Postby tat ty » Sat Oct 03, 2015 2:40 pm

Gary 267ml. 10wt

There is quite a lot of banter on the trials central site.

Alastair.



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Re: TLR250 Fork Oil

Postby Gary B » Sat Oct 03, 2015 3:57 pm

Thanx Alastair, =D>
I've got 3 bottles of 5wt. #-o
Looks like I'll have to do the oil next week.

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Re: TLR250 Specs found on net

Postby Pgately » Thu Oct 15, 2015 8:12 am

TLR250R - G


Paint
Engine satin gloss black UHT

Frame reddy orange
Honda colour R-119

Swing arm satin gloss silver


was introduced in 1986 as a trail tourer for the Japanese market.
The 2 previous models were the TLR200 and the TLR250 - F. I believe there is also a later H model in 1987.

The specs for the TLR250R - G are as follows:

Length 2030mm
Width 820mm
Height 1110mm
Wheel base 1335mm
Weight 93kg
Air cooled 4 stroke single cylinder 244cc Bore and stroke 72.0 x 60.0mm
Compression ratio 8.5
Max power 14.0 ps/5500rpm
Max torque 2.00 kg - m/2500rpm
Kick start
6 speed
Front telescopic suspension
Rear Pro - link suspension
Front tyre 2.75 x 21
Rear tyre 4.00 x 18


TLR250R - G (MD18) Service Spec.
Valve timing Intake Open TDC 0 degree at 1mm lift
Close ABDC 30 degree at 1mm lift
Exhaust Open BBDC 35 degree at 1mm lift
Close TDC 0 degree at 1mm lift
Compression ratio 8.5
Compression 12.0 kg/cm2 at 400 rpm
Max power 14 PS at 5500 rpm
Max torque 2.0 kg�m at 2500 rpm


Front brake lever free play 10 � 20 mm
Rear brake pedal free play 20 � 30 mm
Brake lining STD 4.0 mm
Service limit 2.0 mm
Wheel rim run out 2 .0 mm
Brake drum STD 110.0 mm
Service limit 111.0 mm
Front / rear tire air pressure 1.25 kg/cm2
Tire wear limit 0.8 mm

Front suspension Oil Honda ATF
Oil capacity 266.5 � 271.5 cc
STD oil level l129 mm
Air pressure 0 � 0.4 kg/cm2

Idle 1200 � 1400 rpm
Tappet clearance IN 0.06 � 0.10 mm
EX 0.06� 0.10 mm

Engine oil capacity disassembled 1.7 L
At replacement 1.45 L
At oil filter replacement 1.5 L

Carburetor Setting mark PD09A
Float level l24 mm
Jet needle clip 3
Air screw opens 1 3/4

Fuel tank capacity 6.0 L

Spark plug STD NGK D8EA
Denso X24ES - U
OP NGK D7EA
D9EA
Denso X22ES - U
X27ES - U
Gap 0.6 � 0.7mm
Ignition system CDI magneto
Ignition timing BTDC 11 degree at 2000 rpm
Spark advance Start at 1700 rpm
End at 3500 rpm
Max advance BTDC 28 degree
AC regulator output 12.0 � 13.0 V



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Re: TLR250 Information

Postby Pgately » Thu Oct 15, 2015 8:32 am

I have a couple of manuals found while surfing the net.
TLR250 Sup Manual use TL125/TLR200 Shop Manaual as the base.

Exploded view with part numbers

PM me if you want copies as they are to large to post here



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Re: TLR250 Fork Oil

Postby eagle » Thu Oct 15, 2015 9:24 am

Looking @ the spec sheet you've put up Pgately that is for a mono shock? which is a bit different to what i think we are talking about which is a twin shock TLR 250



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Re: TLR250 Fork Oil

Postby Gary B » Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:17 pm

Thanx Gents,
some great info there =D> , but my TLR 250 is a twin shock.

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Re: TLR250 Information

Postby Gandhi » Sun Jul 08, 2018 6:03 pm

Hi I have just joined this forum , I am a Scot living in Thailand , I have just bought a Honda TLR250R which should arrive here tomorrow, I desperately need some kind of workshop manual
or and parts lists , I have raked the internet with very little luck , The bike was sold to me from pics , a roling frame and a box of bits ,the motor has been striped , I would love to keep this bike original
and was told the gear box is shot , Sir if you can help me as to where to get parts and a manual I would be very gratefull ,, Many thanks Ian..

Pgately wrote:I have a couple of manuals found while surfing the net.
TLR250 Sup Manual use TL125/TLR200 Shop Manaual as the base.

Exploded view with part numbers

PM me if you want copies as they are to large to post here




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