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…

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…

Riser installation on CRF 300 L

As expected, the bars are a bit too low for riding standing up. And as also expected the cables and wires don’t allow as much rise as I would like. To be on the safe side, I ordered 30mm risers, that after some pre purchase investigation seemed to be a doable amount of rise. The…

Recommended modifications for the CRF 250 Rally

Before anyone goes off the chain, the following are MY recommendations based on MY riding style and riding conditions. There is no right or wrong. This list is comprised simply because I often get asked what the “recommended” or “must do mods” are. MODIFICATION WHY LINKS Proper hand guards DO Saves you a lot of…

Aux light project for Honda 250 Rally

Foreword This is going to be a long winded post so bear with me. As for aux lights, the easiest solution would be to go with something like the Denali mounts and mount separate lights to the fork tubes. I wanted something different for 3 reasons. I wanted the light(s) to be as crash proof…

DRC Edge 2 tail tidy for Honda 250 Rally

Foreword I really did not feel compelled to install a tail tidy for this bike. The OEM version, while not pretty, is quite acceptable in my opinion. That said, one needs something to tinker with during the winter… Installation method I wanted to do a non destructive install, meaning that I want to be able…