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1 hour ago, indy rider said:

OOOOH you started it. Congtrats!. What up for tomorrow...stickers? lol

You can’t hear the difference vs. the stock head????

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1 hour ago, 2strokeYardSale said:

Went for a ride...

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I see you have a little snow here & there in the state of "OTHER"

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2 hours ago, 2strokeYardSale said:

Went for a ride...

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 How is the fifth gear only from the X working out, do you like it?

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On 12/22/2020 at 11:38 AM, Kinger317 said:

 How is the fifth gear only from the X working out, do you like it?

Exactly what I needed. I got on a little bit of dirt road on that ride, and wasn't wailing away in top gear. Meanwhile everything else is just the same, just right for singletrack.

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5 hours ago, 2strokeYardSale said:

Exactly what I needed. I got on a little bit of dirt road on that ride, and wasn't wailing away in top gear. Meanwhile everything else is just the same, just right for singletrack.

 Interesting, how would you describe the jump from 4th to 5th?

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Been working on the project bike I bought last summer.

Cleaned the frame, got the subframe welded were it was worn, powdercoating the rims, new footpegs with oversize pins,...

still a lot of work to do! 

Next is finish the brakes and then rebuild the engine.

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31 minutes ago, Matthias V. said:

Been working on the project bike I bought last summer.

Cleaned the frame, got the subframe welded were it was worn, powdercoating the rims, new footpegs with oversize pins,...

still a lot of work to do! 

Next is finish the brakes and then rebuild the engine.

 

 

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Might make a nice downhill bike in the meantime 🙂 

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Cleaning the '16 250x today in prep to sell it. Gonna swap the Neken crowns onto the '21 250x along with some other bling. Procrastination is great way to pass the winter

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9 hours ago, nhdude said:

Cleaning the '16 250x today in prep to sell it. Gonna swap the Neken crowns onto the '21 250x along with some other bling. Procrastination is great way to pass the winter

16 and 21 are identical I believe. You just want a new one? 

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On 1/2/2021 at 12:25 PM, Matthias V. said:

Been working on the project bike I bought last summer.

Cleaned the frame, got the subframe welded were it was worn, powdercoating the rims, new footpegs with oversize pins,...

still a lot of work to do! 

Next is finish the brakes and then rebuild the engine.

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That is going to look amazing. 1 thing I'd maybe suggest is going to the bigger front rotor (270mm.) I felt like it makes a nice difference over the old one on the pre-17 models.

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2 hours ago, ah665 said:

That is going to look amazing. 1 thing I'd maybe suggest is going to the bigger front rotor (270mm.) I felt like it makes a nice difference over the old one on the pre-17 models.

I know, I have a 2018 with the 270mm brake disc but the 2007 is a project bike and when it's finished it will be sold so not going to spend too much money on it.

Just build it good so the next owner is happy. It has the older style brake caliper with the bigger pistons and I installed a steel braided line with new brake pads on the 2007 🙂

This is my 2018 I've bought new mid 2019 and only has 25 hours on it now

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37 minutes ago, Matthias V. said:

I know, I have a 2018 with the 270mm brake disc but the 2007 is a project bike and when it's finished it will be sold so not going to spend too much money on it.

Just build it good so the next owner is happy. It has the older style brake caliper with the bigger pistons and I installed a steel braided line with new brake pads on the 2007 🙂

This is my 2018 I've bought new mid 2019 and only has 25 hours on it now

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Makes sense. And that bike looks great!

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On 1/3/2021 at 7:04 PM, Tahoe Gator said:

16 and 21 are identical I believe. You just want a new one? 

The '16 ( bought it used  ) had  many hours prob 300+ it was time to jump ship. 

Swapped the goodies over. Pulled these off the '16 and am looking forward to the extra reach on the '21. Still have rad braces and a tubeless set up to swap over this winter.

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