My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

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Jimo
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My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#1 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:01 pm

Hi guys, I've had my Burgman 400 for 3 years and haven't ridden it much due to medical problems at 80, also my small wife finds it impossible to get on it due to the large seat, so it has to go to make room for a CN250 that is also on my WANT LIST.
It has been fitted with a new AF266 screen, Ball mount for GPS, Datatool Alarm, and Data-tag protection, it has 11,00 odd miles and is coloured Black and has a few small scratches on left bodywork after falling over while stationary.

I had a '90 CN250 from new but stupidly sold it about 3 years ago with 7,000 miles on to get the burger, now I want to revert back so if anyone can help in any way please PM me or call.

Jim
'52 Sunbeam S8, '83 Lead 80, '84 Lead 125, '98 Honda FES250 Foresight, '92 Honda Helix

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Luckydave
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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#2 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 5:26 am

Can’t help regarding a CN 250 but worth considering Piaggio Hexagon250 and also laterX7 250,they both have the Honda 250 four stroke motor in tnem

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The Bern
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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#3 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 5:39 am

Luckydave wrote:Can’t help regarding a CN 250 but worth considering Piaggio Hexagon250 and also laterX7 250,they both have the Honda 250 four stroke motor in tnem


Good styling, but they both have Italian wiring :o Sticking with Honda there is the later Foresight, also with CN250 engine

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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#4 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:05 am

Hi bud, one of attractions of the long and low Helix is it's 26" seat height, so the passenger seat won't be as high as most other maxi scooters, although it's always looked a little on the small side. The Helix is also relatively easy to move about at 345 lbs.

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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#5 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:43 am

Hi bud, I'd forgotten how low the Helix was :oops: I keep thinking of getting something lighter than the SilverWing, but it would mean giving up some of it's utility, which was the main reason for getting it in the first place

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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#6 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:44 am

Did the X7 have the Honda motor, I don't think it did. The X9 250 & 250SL did though.

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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#7 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:51 am

Latest from Pikey:-
I'd sell my 2 Helix for £900 as is if anyone wants a project they were both running before lay up .If not will be doing at least one and selling this year with MOT once my Vespa gt 200 is MOTD and sold .Just keeping the Sym Hd and Sh 125 .
Muddyfox (Nottingham)
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Luckydave
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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#8 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:58 pm

mottza wrote:Did the X7 have the Honda motor, I don't think it did. The X9 250 & 250SL did though.


My mates X reg X7 does

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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#9 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:26 pm

Luckydave wrote:
mottza wrote:Did the X7 have the Honda motor, I don't think it did. The X9 250 & 250SL did though.


My mates X reg X7 does


Then somehow that Honda engine originally from the Helix had it's carburettor replaced by fuel injection and it's emissions cleaned up by Piaggio to pass Euro 3.

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Re: My Burgman 400 for sale or swop with adjustment for CN250

Post#10 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:31 pm

Some of the last Hexagons had fuel injection and rear disc brakes

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