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  • Kit Includes: Front Fender, Front Number Plate, Rad Cover Set, Rear Fender, Side Number Plates.
  • Produced with Durable Gloss Polypropylene (DGP).
  • Injection molded quality for a perfect OEM type fit.
  • Replica of stock OEM plastic shape and fit but stronger.
  • Official Plastic of DeCal Works.
  • Always In Stock, Fast Shipping!

Question:

Will this fit an 2015 Honda CRF150f ? I need a complete white plastic kit can you help me out in finding one . Thanks

Answer:

Plastic kit #1046 will fit the CRF150R. These plastics will not fit the CRF150F.

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Inventory Details for Front Fender:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
Red323-3696Polisport85692000015604415023576
White323-3697Polisport85692000025604415024238
White323-830UFOHO046170418052135009917
Red323-852Acerbis2084540227886687218743
Black323-853Acerbis2084540001886687218729

Inventory Details for Front Number Plate:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White351-2088Polisport86632000015604415023590
Red351-2087UFOHO036240708052135007135
Black351-2086UFOHO036240018052135007111

Inventory Details for Rad Cover Set:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White303-841Polisport84122000025604415024245
Red303-838Polisport84122000015604415023606
Black303-840Acerbis2084570001886687218811

Inventory Details for Rear Fender:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White331-857Polisport85691000025604415024221
Red331-849Polisport85691000015604415023583
Black331-856UFOHO046180018052135009955

Inventory Details for Side Number Plates:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White365-2085Polisport86040000015604415023613
Black365-2083UFOHO046200018052135010036
Red365-2084UFOHO04620-0708052135010050
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Honda CRF150F Review – Everything You Need To Know

Looking to buy a Honda CRF150F? Just want to know a little more about it? Either way, I’ll give you the practical info you need to know whether it’s a good bike for you or not. 

What is the Honda CRF150F?

It’s a mid-sized trail bike that has a 150cc air-cooled 4 stroke engine and a 5-speed transmission.

Does Honda still make the CRF150F?

No, Honda stopped making the CRF150F in 2017. The CRF125F took its place.

CRF150F with the newer body styling/plastics.

CRF150F model year changes

The 2003-2005 CRF150F was based off of the CRF230F style engine. It simply has a shorter stroke and a kick-start instead of electric start. 

In 2006, it got a completely updated engine that is lighter and slightly more modern with a roller rocker camshaft. It also got an electric start, but that added a few pounds to the overall weight. 

Other than that, it hasn’t changed much other than updated plastics and graphics until it was discontinued in 2017. 

What age range is the CRF150F for?

It’s designed for a teenager, so ages 13-19, but it’s a great beginner bike if you’re an adult that wants a shorter bike to learn how to ride?

It has plenty of power if your kid is just starting out, but still enough to ride around if you weigh 200+ lbs. 

What Does the “F” stand for in CRF150F?

The “F” in CRF simply means four stroke for its 4 stroke engine. The “F” in 150F is Honda’s way of saying it’s a trail bike. 

CRF150F vs CRF150R

The CRF150F and CRF150R are not even close to the same bike, other than that they have the same size engine displacement. 

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The CRF 150F is a trail bike with simple, low performance parts, while the CRF 150R is a high performance motocross bike for racing. 

CRF150F vs KLX140L

They’re similar in size, but the CRF150F is slightly bigger and heavier. It also has a little more torque and horsepower. They both have electric start (2006+), so they’re very similar bikes.

If you want a little more power and more potential for mods, then the CRF150F wins. However, if you want a slightly smaller and lighter mid-size bike, then the KLX140L is the bike for you.

CRF150F vs TTR125

The Honda 150F is definitely bigger and more powerful, but not by a whole lot. It really depends on how big you are, which you find the best deal on, and whether you like red or blue bikes.

Is the CRF150F a good dirt bike?

That depends on what you want to do with it. The CRF150F is a great bike if you’re a teen or adult that wants to learn how to ride a dirt bike with a clutch, or if you’re shorter than average height. 

Looking for a fast bike that can handle jumps? Then the 150F is not for you. 

Engine

As I mentioned earlier, the 03-05 engine is a de-stroked CRF230 engine. It has a nice, smooth powerband that is predictable and not overpowering, which is why it’s such a good bike if you’re new to dirt biking. 

There’s quite a few mods available, but the engine cases can’t handle too much power before breaking.

In 2006 the crf150f got a completely new engine that is better in almost every way. The top end is redesigned for less weight and more potential power. However, it lost about 7cc engine displacement. 

Suspension

The suspension is probably the biggest limiting factor if you’re looking for high performance. The forks and shock are very simple, outdated, and simple.

With that said they work just fine if you’re a beginner. Once you start riding faster and more aggressive, then you will start to get bucked around.

The forks are notoriously soft, and the rear shock packs down due to too slow of damping. Both of these problems can be fixed with time and/or money invested. 

Specs

Seat height32.5″
Weight233lbs
Horsepower12HP
Top speed50 MPH
Engine156cc/149cc (03-05/06-17)

How much is a Honda CRF150F?

Since they’re not being made new anymore, you’ll have to buy used. Depending on your local market and the model year, a CRF150F may cost 1000-3500 USD used. 

Who is the CRF150F good for?

So, to break it down, here’s a list of things you need to keep in mind if you are looking to buy one soon. 

The CRF150F is a good dirt bike if you’re:

  • A new rider
  • A teen or adult/female that’s short (under 5’6″)
  • Wanting a medium sized dirt bike that’s easy to ride
  • Planning to ride trails at a slow to moderate pace
  • Want electric start (2006+)
  • Prefer reliability over high performance

The CRF150F is NOT a good dirt bike if you’re:

  • Wanting to race motocross or do jumps
  • Under 4’8″ or over 5’6″ tall
  • Wanting a full size dirt bike
  • Needing the latest and greatest in technology

Best CRF150F mods

So, what are the best mods for the CRF150F? For the best bang for your buck:

  • Air box mod
  • Re-jet
  • Un-cork
  • Suspension mods

For a complete list of CRF150F mods click here.

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150F/230F replacing plastics

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Do you guys know if other years of the crf150f plastic kits would fit the 2003? I'm finding some plastic kits for 2007 to 2009 or newer but not the older ones. I did find individual pieces by maier but they are considerably more expensive. I just want to replace them with stock color. Although I do like the look of all black I think I want to keep the bike red and white.
I have the same problem with the TTR.
No aftermarket plastics currently available
I have the 06 230 and daughter has the 04 150, aftermarket plastics are not available and OEM are crazy hi. I think because of the 150 change in 07, they might have changed plastic design that year. Best way to find out is OEM part number. Are they the same?
My husband's idea is to just sell the bike down the road and get a newer year but same bike. :thumb:

I am thinking though when I'm a better rider if the 150r would be a decent trail bike with some mods ... it's a lot lighter.
The R is not a trail bike. I wouldn't suggest it for trail because it is water cooler and needs to run faster for air flow to keep cool.
depends on the trails, in the open desert or such it'd be fine, but it will need a lot more care than the F
I wouldn't recommend it if technical trails are your thing.

On the plastics, I dunno, I bought Meier for my TTR125L, expensive and the fit was shit.
It's way faster without plastics anyway. I have the same issue with an '03 - hard to find plastics. Since the last time my brother-in-law whiskey throttled into Huck's Corn Patch, and scraped up the front fender, I've just parked the bike. It's the only sensible thing to do. :thumb:
800 grit and some plastic polish. All you may need is a tank swap to change plastic.
The number plates on the side are hanging by a thread. Tank shrouds are decent. Rear and front fenders are gashed up pretty good. We have an acquaintance that had a graphics business that's pricing OEM plastics for us. Supposedly can get them a little cheaper we will see...
I would be interesting to get some side panels and see how far off they are. does the seat have a different part number?
I would be interesting to get some side panels and see how far off they are. does the seat have a different part number?
Not sure I will check that out soon.to me the whole back end of the bike from seat to side panels just don't look like a good fit.
Oh we did sand down some of the deep scratches. Much much better. I will try the plastic polish too for now.
Not sure I will check that out soon.to me the whole back end of the bike from seat to side panels just don't look like a good fit.

If the seat pans are the same it may just be a case of making an extension to the bracket or welding on a receiver.
Sours: https://www.dirtbikeaddicts.com/content/threads/replacing-plastics.9044/
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