Interesting, thanks for the response. That's what i thought, but not as much as you mentioned.Virtually all of the parts will be interchangeable. Underneath the bodywork, both bikes share the same frame/rolling chassis... and everything bolts up to the frame. Aside from the crankshaft, the engines are identical.
Yes that is why Honda replied with the CBR300.Yup you're right.
Now I just wonder how well it performs when put up againt the CBR250 and Ninja 300. The Ninja 300 is FAST, faster than the CBR250
The vast majority of OEM Honda parts as well as aftermarket parts & accessories will be interchangeable... check out my previous posts in this thread. Bottom line: The 2011 - 2013 CBR250R and the 2015 CBR300R have a lot more in common in the way of parts, than there are differences.Just thought I'd start this thread to see what people know. I feel like it would be super helpful if people added things in as they discover them. Anything from body work to engine stuff to aftermarket products.
I don't know about all, but the Danmoto does. Keep in mind the Danmoto use a rear strap to mount to the rear passenger location of the stock exhaust, so there is a little give and take. I bet the other slip ons do.Does this mean all aftermarket slip-on's for the 250 can work on the 300?