It looks identical to the Honda CBR250RR with various customised parts made by an Indonesian modifier.
The Honda CB150R has been customised by an Indonesian designer and it looks stunning. It has been redesigned with an intention to make it look like the new CBR250RR and it seriously does. The Honda CB150R, which was launched this year in Indonesia, is a naked motorcycle and it has been overhauled in such a way that it is difficult to identify that it used to be a motorcycle without the fairing.
The list of changed components on the motorcycle is a long one. It consists of the fairing and visor similar to the CBR250RR, projector headlamps and LED DRLs, side panels and rear section, split seat, front fender, rear mudguard, rear seat cowl and clip-on handlebar are the additional parts. Giving a close gaze on various mechanical bits of the customised motorcycle delivers a hint of it being the CB150R.
Surprisingly, the modification was worth it owing to the amount it had cost. The motorcycle owner had to shell out Rs. 27,303/- only. Nobody would think twice to pay this amount for getting a motorcycle resembling the looks of CBR250RR. Mechanically, it carries a 150cc single cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that puts out 17.5 HP of power at 10,500 RPM and 12.5 Nm of torque at 8500 RPM.
Customised Honda CB150R
– It has been customised efficiently to resemble the cosmetics of the Honda CBR250RR
– The front fairing carries an aggressive set of LED DRLs and projector lamps
– The modification was executed just for Rs. 27,303/-