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Exhaust Honda Cr250 (2000-2001 ) Pipe Exhaust Cr 250 Dpr Exhaust Honda Cr250 on

US $300.00

Opijnen, Netherlands

Opijnen, Netherlands
Condition:New Brand:DPR Country/Region of Manufacture:Netherlands Manufacturer Part Number:123456

finally available, very nice handwelded exhaust for the Honda CR250 models from 2000-2001, brand DPR, dutch Power Racing, gives a better handling power over the whole range, price 300 Dollar, worldwide shipping 70 Dollar, thank you.

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