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SRmoto.com carries many WR250R parts, including skid plates and radiator guards from Flatland Racing, footpegs and cargo racks from Pro Moto Billet, tail light kits and turns signals from DRC, skid plates from Zeta Racing, lowering links from Yamalink, step seats from Spiral, gas tanks from IMS, and more. All products will fit the 2008+ Yamaha WR250R (and WR250X).
Listed below you will find some of the top selling parts and accessories for the 2008+ Yamaha WR250R ...
1. DRC Edge Tail Light Kit
One of the first things WR250R owners will do to their bike is get rid of that huge stock rear tail light configuration. The DRC Edge tail light kit helps you do just that. In conjuction with a pair of DRC turn signals, it really cleans up the rear fender area of the bike. If your looking to replace the rear tail light and turn signals plus the front turn signals, there is a package deal available.
2. Flatland Racing Skid Plate
One of the best "first mods" to this bike is a new skid plate. The factory lower engine protection that comes on the WR250R is pretty much worthless, so a high quality skid plate is a must if you intend on doing any off-roading with the bike. Our favorite is the Flatland Racing Skid Plate. This thing is a is a work of art. Fit and finish is first rate and the welds are beautiful. The plate itself is made of rugged 3/16" tig welded aluminum, and features a built-in clean out slot and an oversized oil drain hole, which makes draining your engine oil a breeze. We've combined this skid plate with the Flatland Racing Radiator Guard in this handy package deal.
3. Pro Moto Billet Cargo Rack
Easily our best selling rack for the WR250R, the Pro Moto Billet WR250R Cargo Rack is CNC machined from a 1/2 inch thick plate of 6061 billet aluminum, and is then “hard black” anodized for durability, ease of maintenance, and protection from the elements. Stainless steel fasteners provide carefree maintenance. The rack is a must if you want to carry anything on the back of your WRR. Oh, and this rack is made right here in the good ole USA. Get yours from SRmoto.
4. Yamalink WR250R WR250X Lowering Link
The WR250R is a pretty tall bike, so if you are slightly height-challenged like myself, the Yamalink Lowering Link is a must-have mod. Combined with the factory lowering option, it will help lower the seat height by approximately two (2) inches. After doing this mod to our WR250R project bike, I'm much more comfortable on the bike both on the street and in those nasty off-road situations. Get yours from SRmoto.
5. FMF Q4 Exhaust System
The FMF Q4 Slip-On Muffler is the most popular slip-on muffler for the WR250R. You can combine it with the FMF Powerbomb Header and FMF EFI Programmer to maximize performance and improve the sound of your bike. Also available are a few FMF Performance Packages (Package #1 and Package #2) that combine each of the FMF products.
6. Flatland Racing Radiator Guard
On a bike like the WR250R, the radiator is pretty vulnerable to damage in the event of a crash. In stock form, the only thing protecting it is the plastic tank shroud and a flimsy black plastic guard. Flatland Racing's radiator guard is constructed from 1/8" aluminum and completely surrounds the radiator, helping shield it from front and side impacts. Get yours from SRmoto.
7. Pro Moto Billet Fastway F5 Footpegs
If you're looking to get rid of the narrow stock footpegs on your WR250R, look no further than the F5 Footpegs from Pro Moto Billet Fastway. Not only does the wider platform offer better grip, but the footpegs incorporate a patent pending Universal Collar System that allows you to choose from standard or lowboy seat-to-peg height positions. In addition to that, the FKMS (Fast Kamber Mounting System) allows you to adjust the upward and downward tilt of the pegs using a bolt and shims on the backside of the peg. I've been using these footpegs for a few months now and they are a huge improvement over the stock pegs. Get yours at SRmoto.
8. Dunlop D606 Rear Tire
Probably the most popular rear tire for the WR250R is the Dunlop D606 in a size 120/90-18, which Dunlop designed to be street-legal tire with an emphasis on aggressive off-road riding. It features a full-depth tread pattern designed for rigorous off-road use that yields excellent traction on everything from hard-packed fire roads to soft single-track trails. At the same time, the D606's tread compound is engineered for good highway durability and grip. The 2008+ WR250R uses a size 120/90-18. Get yours at Motorcycle-Superstore.com.
9. Pirelli MT-21 Front Tire
Probably the most popular front tire for the WR250R is the Pirelli MT-21 Rallycross in a size 90/90-21. Pirelli bills this as a 90% off-road / 10% on-road design, so if that is your type of riding, they will work great and last 4000-5000 miles. If you do most of your riding on the street, you might want to consider a Dunlop D606 Front Tire in size 90/90-21. They seem to work better on the street, providing a little better grip and lasting a bit longer.