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Old 06-06-2013, 04:00 PM   #301
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glad i found this thread.

I have a guy coming this morning to trade his '04 YZ 250 for my '05 crf250r.

His yz has the original sprockets and chain, and looks too damn clean for an '04, pretty psyched!!

I am hopping off of the 4-joke bandwagon...haha. 4 strokes are just too boring to ride, and the cost of maintenance has driven me away...

Will get some pics of all the toys too.
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glad i found this thread.

I have a guy coming this morning to trade his '04 YZ 250 for my '05 crf250r.

His yz has the original sprockets and chain, and looks too damn clean for an '04, pretty psyched!!

I am hopping off of the 4-joke bandwagon...haha. 4 strokes are just too boring to ride, and the cost of maintenance has driven me away...

Will get some pics of all the toys too.
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glad i found this thread.

I have a guy coming this morning to trade his '04 YZ 250 for my '05 crf250r.

His yz has the original sprockets and chain, and looks too damn clean for an '04, pretty psyched!!

I am hopping off of the 4-joke bandwagon...haha. 4 strokes are just too boring to ride, and the cost of maintenance has driven me away...

Will get some pics of all the toys too.
Have you owned a 4-stroke 450? I agree I love 2-strokes for certain things but power is not one of them. A modern 450 4-stroke motor is far from boring
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Have you owned a 4-stroke 450? I agree I love 2-strokes for certain things but power is not one of them. A modern 450 4-stroke motor is far from boring
I have ridden one. I was fun...just not as fun a a 2 stroke.

There is no way you can say a 250 2 stroke doesn't have a lot of power....

And I just want to avoid the $2000 rebuilds
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Old 06-10-2013, 01:43 PM   #309
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They do have a lot of power but not compared to a 450, I have been riding 250 and up for 15 years so I am pretty used to it. Next to a 450 4-stroke they don't even compare in usable power. They have their advantages like the ease of working on them, and weight, but like I said power is not their strong point. I guess I just don't consider any motorcycle boring to ride
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gonna be getting my bike ready to head out to glendive, MT in a couple weeks! so stoked to be doing real riding again. Thinkin' of setting my bike up like an fmx bike too. Tall bars because i'm a stand-up rider, chopped fenders to avoid breaking them if i loop out, a 52 sprocket over my current 49 to get me up those hills (i ride a 125), and a chopped seat just because. NO holes in my airbox though...doubt i'll be doing seatgrabs any time soon . This will all happen after I get they two torn down bikes in my garage running again for my buddies.
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Old 06-10-2013, 07:31 PM   #311
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speaking of torn down bikes...here they are.

03 yz 125 that blew the skirt off the piston= crank bearings, top end, and other misc stuff because the kid beat the piss out of it.



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Old 06-12-2013, 04:33 PM   #312
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:02 PM   #313
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never quite understood how the hell anyone can do wheelies like that... and I thought I was cool being able to pull up in 3rd and ride one all the way through 6th on my 125.
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never quite understood how the hell anyone can do wheelies like that... and I thought I was cool being able to pull up in 3rd and ride one all the way through 6th on my 125.
Go slow, go too far and drag the brake. That is passed the point of balance
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Go slow, go too far and drag the brake. That is passed the point of balance
There's a clear plastic wheel that is holding them up
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Lol I wish it was that easy. I'm not so good at the slow ones, I drag my brake too much and it snaps down too fast
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They do have a lot of power but not compared to a 450, I have been riding 250 and up for 15 years so I am pretty used to it. Next to a 450 4-stroke they don't even compare in usable power. They have their advantages like the ease of working on them, and weight, but like I said power is not their strong point. I guess I just don't consider any motorcycle boring to ride
yeah, you are right. The modern 4 strokes have that "roll on power" that the smokers don't have. I already miss it.

But, I just love the feeling of that 2 stroke 250 hitting, and pulling your arms out of your sockets. Nothing like it.

I have my 2012 DRZ400, that will be my thumper for now...but of course it doesn't have the power that a 450 has.
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Sharing my day lol


Went out riding today. First time out in a monthish, first time jumping again in a year. Right out the gate managed to fucking lawn dart myself into the up hill side of the landing to this Jump I was trying. You jump up the first hill, gap the trail then land up hill of the next little hill. Apparently 2nd topped out wasn't good enough because I just plow my front end into the ground and eat it. Fucked up the insides of both knees and my right side hip is sore as shit lol. Certainly bruised bad, can't hardly lay on it. Also from projectiling into the hill I messed up the front brake fittin which drained all the fluid...so no front brakes. But fuck it, we came all the way out there in riding.

So I bend back the hand guards and we head out for a trail ride and my buddy in the bike who is leading decides to take us on one of our tight single tracks that the freaking quads can't fit on, so shortly after aleks rips the dam side wall on his front tire. Fucked. They try to buy a patch kit and it doesent work well. So we just played around by the tuck for a while till we were tired of swapping bikes and quads an doing donuts and hitting whoop sections and jumping off stupid shit.

And that was my day lol.

Tomorrow I get to work till 2, hopefully fix my truck, the. Fix my bike I fucked up, then go get more truck parts to sell and get my rack from my buddy.


Anyone know how to remove the rear window on the x cabs?
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Went out riding today. First time out in a monthish, first time jumping again in a year. Right out the gate managed to fucking lawn dart myself into the up hill side of the landing to this Jump I was trying. You jump up the first hill, gap the trail then land up hill of the next little hill. Apparently 2nd topped out wasn't good enough because I just plow my front end into the ground and eat it. Fucked up the insides of both knees and my right side hip is sore as shit lol. Certainly bruised bad, can't hardly lay on it. Also from projectiling into the hill I messed up the front brake fittin which drained all the fluid...so no front brakes. But fuck it, we came all the way out there in riding.

So I bend back the hand guards and we head out for a trail ride and my buddy in the bike who is leading decides to take us on one of our tight single tracks that the freaking quads can't fit on, so shortly after aleks rips the dam side wall on his front tire. Fucked. They try to buy a patch kit and it doesent work well. So we just played around by the tuck for a while till we were tired of swapping bikes and quads an doing donuts and hitting whoop sections and jumping off stupid shit.

And that was my day lol.

Tomorrow I get to work till 2, hopefully fix my truck, the. Fix my bike I fucked up, then go get more truck parts to sell and get my rack from my buddy.


Anyone know how to remove the rear window on the x cabs?

As far as the rear window, I think you just have to pull out the outside seal and the window pops out...but dont take my word 100%.




I spent part of yesterday cleaning up the 04 yz250 I picked up. Will get some pics tomorrow.

The thing is clean...has the original OEM graphics, chain, sprockets. Only issue is some oxidation on the fork anodizing...have some forks off ebay on the way.
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Anyone know how to remove the rear window on the x cabs?
The rear window just pushes out from the inside. You want someone on the outside to help but start pushing at the bottom corner (either side) and have the other person pry lightly on the frame in the same spot from the outside. It seems wrong but once you get the first corner to pop out it is easy from there.

To reinstall wrap a piece of string (thicker than kite string but not a rope) all the way around the molding with the ends hanging from the bottom. Insert of of the bottom edges in first and then use the string to pull from the inside to pull the lip of the molding back into place, again the last part will be the hardest
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