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Old 01-31-2011, 03:40 AM   #1
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Woody CRF250 Build

I know not your traditional build but this motorcycle is tied on the first place pedestal right next to the Tacoma. Ive been racing/riding for about 10 years now.


I got her in 2007 after my deployment to Afghanistan, she replaced my 2000 CR250, i needed to get into the 4-stroke scene.

Most recent picture Nov 29th


The day i bought her 2007 Honda CRF 250 only been kicked once.



Breakdown!
Suspension:
Front: Factory connections complete workup
Rear: Factory connections complete workup
Rear Linkage is also Factory Connections
Heres a picture after i put her back together with the new suspension



The suspension for the most part is freakin amazing i spent about 2500 just to get it where i wanted it.






Controls:
Pro Taper triple clamps 20mm Offset
Pro taper Evo bars woods bend for use tall ppl
Sunline front brake lever, bends out of the way if you wreck



Engine:
K&N filter- most people disagree with this but if you just clean it after each ride you shouldnt have a problem. Makes it pull real hard in the low end!
Pro Circuit High compression piston
Boysen quickshot- basically a bigger bowl for the carb to pull fuel from
Exhaust- FMF Q4 Silencer w/ Powerbomb header

Plastics are stock
Decals are stock
Numbers-Attack graphics they messed up on the order and made them red
One day ill end up changing but now its not high on priorities







Wheels and Tires:
Busted a rear wheel awhile back so had to change
Front- Excel A60 w/ MICHELIN STARCROSS MS3 FRONT TIRE - 80/100-21
Back- Excel A60 w/ MICHELIN STARCROSS MS3 REAR TIRE - 100/90-19
I just started running these tires im happy so far but only have about 3 rides on them. Im normally riding Maxxis but they recently became hard to get ahold of.

This is my first ride/ break in with the new bike and me playin with some freestyle.









Heres my first arenacross race on the four stroke











Airing out the Finishline


Here are some old school shots of me on the CR250







I will update this page often with new photos as i get them! hopefully we have some motor/supercross fans out there.
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Thanks, its a nice side project and keeps things interesting

Here are some Gopro Videos
Del valley MX in Austin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8I5Vwu0wPQ
Cross Creek MX in Elgin, Texas
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGDM3n6ateA
Another Del valley, you hear me panic rev at the end haha, Whoop!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK8hdsQCuh4
Cross Creek again, i get tired
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUmNCuADrqQ
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Awesome bike man. I've always liked the dual exhaust

I use to race when i was about 15 and I absolutely loved it. Can't wait til i can get a new bike and start it again.
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How are you tying donw the bike to the bed of the truck in the upper corners? FYI nice ride. I prefer ktm and 2 smoke for me.
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Awesome bike man. I've always liked the dual exhaust

I use to race when i was about 15 and I absolutely loved it. Can't wait til i can get a new bike and start it again.
I loved that dual exhaust when i first got it, but when i started reading up on it, a single exhaust has better low end power. The new honda are awesome, i wish i woulda waited a year and got the steering stabalizer. They come factory on the 2008's and above.

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How are you tying donw the bike to the bed of the truck in the upper corners? FYI nice ride. I prefer ktm and 2 smoke for me.
I bought these corner pieces that latch the side and back rail together. Its by far the best way i have found to tie down bikes. Those cleats you get from the factory always flexed alot and when I put two bikes in the bed it thought it was gonna break, so when i saw this i jumped on it.
Thanks, i like Ktm's hydrolic clutchs and i still love the heck out of two strokes, i jump on one every chance i get.
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Woddy,

Can you post some pictures of the corner pieces that you are talking about? Also who makes them and where to get them.

Thanks.......

FYI, I ride a KTM 450 EXC dual sport......and I love it.........I dont fly like you, wish I could,.......
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Woddy,

Can you post some pictures of the corner pieces that you are talking about? Also who makes them and where to get them.

Thanks.......

FYI, I ride a KTM 450 EXC dual sport......and I love it.........I dont fly like you, wish I could,.......
Heres where i got them, ill take some pictures of it as soon as i get a chance.

http://www.jpmetalfab.com/products.html

I like KTM they just came out with an awesome 350 that the supercross riders are riding. You ride alot of trails?
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I just picked up a 05 CRF 250, havent gotten to ride it yet. I am going to use it for a trail bike. Power feels good in the 4 stroke.
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Sweet man. You look like you know what your doing. I'm looking at getting the 2011 can't wait to compare Honda to my kawi.
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I just picked up a 05 CRF 250, havent gotten to ride it yet. I am going to use it for a trail bike. Power feels good in the 4 stroke.
I love my CRF shes been great to me so far. If its hard to start at all id take and get the valves adjusted. I dont know if the last guy did any maintenance on it before he sold it. But valves on these things can get outta tick pretty easy and will make for a bad ride. I wasnt big on the 4 strokes till i rode my buddies 250f and i knocked 2 seconds off my lap time first lap. the power is always there and you dont have to shift as much. Good choice for a trail bike!
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Sweet man. You look like you know what your doing. I'm looking at getting the 2011 can't wait to compare Honda to my kawi.
Ive always been a honda guy, ever since my 85cc.
Thanks i like to think ive taken a few hot laps, but im not great by anymeans.
Ive been wanting to look at getting a 2011 crf 450. Some of these tracks i ride now are mainly 450 tracks and the 250 is barely skimming by
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Heres where i got them, ill take some pictures of it as soon as i get a chance.

http://www.jpmetalfab.com/products.html

I like KTM they just came out with an awesome 350 that the supercross riders are riding. You ride alot of trails?

I get out when I can....I live in Los Angeles so its not in my backyard....I have to drive at least 45min to 1hr away to get to the closest riding spots....

I have a buddy how has the 300 2stoke KTM and he loves it...its a monster.....I have always had an itch to get a 200 2 stroke KTM.....i heard that bike is alot of fun because its so light and nimble....
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[QUOTE=woody6047;2679879]Heres where i got them, ill take some pictures of it as soon as i get a chance.

http://www.jpmetalfab.com/products.html

Woody,

No worries on the pictures of the corner pieces. Your link has a decent shot of how they work.....

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I get out when I can....I live in Los Angeles so its not in my backyard....I have to drive at least 45min to 1hr away to get to the closest riding spots....

I have a buddy how has the 300 2stoke KTM and he loves it...its a monster.....I have always had an itch to get a 200 2 stroke KTM.....i heard that bike is alot of fun because its so light and nimble....
I used to race a 250 two stroke, i loved it. two strokes are awesome but can be unpredictable sometimes haha.

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Nice! Here's a pic of my 2010 CRF250. My last bike was a 2005 CRF250. Best bikes I've ever had and the fuel injection on the new one is a night and day difference. It's like riding a two stroke that's always in the powerband.

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Looking good man! you done anything to it yet? I loved all 4 of my Hondas from 85-125-250-250F They have all been great bikes but on every one ive broken a rim. Ill see if i can find the picture of what i did a couple of months ago. I wish they would come with Excels from the factory like Yamaha. Ive ridden a few of the fuel injected ones they are nice. Im concidering getting a new CRF 450 or a new quad, dont know yet.
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the dual exhaust do have a lag but so do the carbed models. fuel injection i like the best, but the feel is better on my o5 crf250r. pro circuit high comp piston, titanium inlet/exhaust valves, hot cam stage 3, boysen quickshot, fmf factory 4.1 titanium with megabomb header, independ race suspension. 13/48 gearing. oh and all poished frame
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All I've done to my '10 so far is put a Yoshimura exhaust system on it, which made a pretty good difference. The only thing I plan on doing is suspension, possibly changing the gearing up a little bit, and fine-tuning the EFI. It is definitely a big difference from my '05, you touch the throttle the slightest bit on this bike and it just wants to GO! Kinda hard to get used to since on the '05 I would have that bike screaming all the way around the track, giving the throttle everything it had. Sure would be alot easier to get used to if I still had my own track to ride everyday. *sigh*
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