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TacoMX's 2004 YZ250 Woods build

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by TacoMX, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. Jul 19, 2013 at 11:00 PM

    TacoMX [OP] TW's Official anti body-lift pundit

    Aug 24, 2011
    First Name:
    Deltona, Florida
    Traded my CRF250 for this clean low hour YZ250 to make into a potent woods weapon for casual trails, and maybe some hare scrambles in the near future.

    Current mods:

    FMF TurbineCore II spark arrestor/silencer
    FMF Fatty Pipe
    Renthal 52T rear sprocket, 14T front, and DID gold chain
    Bolt Chain adjuster blocks (blue)
    Renthal 7/8'' handle bars
    ASV rotator clamp
    Wiseco Piston and rings (std. bore)
    Carbon fiber "look" fork wraps

    Future Mods:

    FMF Gnarly Pipe
    New plastics, and '06 style graphics
    suspension respring/revalve
    Fork tube re-anodizing
    Taller handle bars
    Cycra probend handguards
    Hyde racing skid plate
    Devol radiator braces
    Maxxis IT tires
    Works Connection rear caliper guard
    TM designworks rear rotor guard
    Works connection Elite clutch perch
    Silicone Radiator hoses
    Frame and other misc parts powdercoating
    Boyesen Reeds
    Fasst Co. rear brake clevis
    Hammerhead Shift lever
    Works connection frame guards


    First day with the bike:


    cleaned up:


    ASV rotator clamp:


    Turbinecore II silencer (had a shorty on it, way too loud)


    Wiseco Top end:

    Last edited: Jul 19, 2013
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