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Beta 250/300 rr Boyesen radvalve?

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I have one and it works and fits great.

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On 7/26/2019 at 11:50 AM, Beta300recat said:

Should have shipped second week in July.

Still waiting........................ :excuseme:

Sounds like something wrong with delivery.. too long. No tracking on that?

 

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Should have shipped second week in July.
Still waiting........................ :excuseme:
Give them a call, they have good customer service.
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13 hours ago, hawaiidirtrider said:

Sounds like something wrong with delivery.. too long. No tracking on that?

Won it right here on TT!!!

Maybe I should shoot Bryan another PM. :)

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6 hours ago, hawaiidirtrider said:

Cool!!!! Now a comparison!!! I know when I was riding my cr there wasn’t much difference but this is a different bike..

 Made a pretty big difference on my 96 KX 250. A lot more torque and a lot more lug compared to the stock reeds. If I need to replace my reeds, I’ll be looking for boyesen rad valve. 

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1 hour ago, shrubitup said:

 Made a pretty big difference on my 96 KX 250. A lot more torque and a lot more lug. If I need to replace my reeds, I’ll be looking for boyesen rad valve. 

I’m meaning more between the vforce and boyesen. I did get a good improvement from my stock cr reeds to putting on the boyesen rad valve. It was better..Some others reported liking the vforce reed valve on their Cr hondas too. For the Hondas it didn’t seem like there was much of performance difference between vforce and rad valve.. at least I don’t remember anyone noticing a difference. 

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6 hours ago, Beta300recat said:

Not sure when I'll put it on.

Just get gaskets ahead of time to switch out..for when you change..just in case you can’t use the old gaskets. Make sure you ride with your vforce and try to remember so when you try the boyesen you can compare better.  I have a feeling there wont be a significant change but idk. You’ll be the first to compare and post maybe.. 

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2017 300RR. I have the VForce4 with 200hours on it. there is a gap on the outer pedals and a good amount of light coming through. Should they be replaced?

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19 minutes ago, Dracko8000 said:

2017 300RR. I have the VForce4 with 200hours on it. there is a gap on the outer pedals and a good amount of light coming through. Should they be replaced?

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Yes 

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It doesn't look like I can replace the VForce4 pedals. Do you think the Boysen would be cheaper in the long run because of the replaceable pedals?

 

thank you.

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8 minutes ago, Dracko8000 said:

It doesn't look like I can replace the VForce4 pedals. Do you think the Boysen would be cheaper in the long run because of the replaceable pedals?

 

thank you.

I thought they were available. 

Are u sure? 

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