Recommended mods for Honda CRF 300 L

I did a similar thing with the 250 Rally and I thought it was time to it for the 300 L. Again, this is all my personal opinion based on my riding style, my budget, my skill level and local riding conditions* * The biggest factor is probably the riding conditions. We have lot’s of…

Removing bar end inserts on a Honda CRF 300 L

I’ve had my handguards mounted with M6 bolts on the barend inserts, but I decided to remove them just to see how hard it was. Turns out, not hard at all and removing them is probably less of a hassle than drilling and tapping them for M8 threads. How to: 1. Drill a hole roughly…

Battery tender plug & charge indicator

I used the same exact product as I did with the 250 Rally. I ended up mounting to the same spot too. It`s sort of tucked away, but easily accessible and visible. The installation requires that you remove the left side panels to access the battery, but thats about it. Red to red and black…

Honda CRF 300 L ECU swap

Crawling along a slow technical trail on this bike is hard. Or maybe a correct way to put it would be, that it is not as easy as it should be or could be. This is due to the fact that the throttle has a severe on/off tendency at low speeds / low revs. At…

Handguard info & warning

Heads up for those thinking about installing / ordering handguards on the CRF 300 L (to my knowledge this applies to the 300 Rally too). The 300 L has threaded inserts INSIDE the bars. This means that you CAN NOT insert the standard expanding mounting hardware inside the bars. The inserts have M6 threads which…

H2C Tail Tidy for CRF 300 L

*** DISCLAIMER: I did not follow instructions and did a modified installation*** I bought the H2C tail tidy mainly because the other option available at bikerzbits.com/ was out of stock. I did have the even shorter version on the 250 Rally, but this one does not require any modifications to the wires and the original…

DIY skid plate for Honda CRF 300 L

Yes, it is horrible and will not survive any sort of remotely rougher use. I just wanted something to protect the lower part of the bike from the rock shower until I can find I proper one I like. I would prefer plastic over metal because of how the metal ones tend to resonate the…