The CRF230 was introduced in 2003 and has remained virtually unchanged ever since. The 230 is a big hit with the off road crowd due to its electric start and torquey 4-stroke engine. The 230 is very similar to the 150F but in reality very few parts will interchange. The fork and shock are both longer on the 230 and the engine is completely different. The 230 has proven to be dead reliable over the years. The BBR crew raced the same CRF230F in the Dirt Rider 24hr torture test two years in a row without problem. The must have items are the exhaust system, power up needle, heavy duty springs, and filter. No matter what type of riding you are doing with the 230 BBR has you covered.

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OEM Honda CRF230F Specs
Displacement223cc
Bore and Stroke65.5mm x 66.2mm
Compression Ratio9.0:1
Spark PlugNGK DPR8EA-9
Valve ClearanceIN: .004" EX: .004"
Carb/main jet/pilot jet26mm Keihin
Transmission ratios2.769 / 1.941 / 1.450 / 1.148 / .960 / .812
Oil Capacity/Type1.3 US Quart / 10W-40
Chain size/front sprocket/rear sprocket#520 O-ring-sealed chain; 13T/50T
Front tire size80/100-21
Rear tire size100/100-18
Seat height34.1 inches
Wheel Base54.1 inches
Weight249 lbs.
Part diagrams linkHonda CRF230F Parts Diagrams (MotoSport.com)
Service manual linkHonda CRF230F Service Manual (RepairManual.com)
 
 
 
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