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Here's the new bike!!

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I just got it Sunday. Hopefully will take it to the track on Friday. The #25 on there has to go and #101 will take its place. It's pretty clean just needs some visual upgrades but the motor runs strong and starts on the first or second kick well here it is. O yeah it is a 2004 YZ250F.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/c258/papa21/P1000138.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/c258/papa21/P1000139.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/c258/papa21/P1000140.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/c258/papa21/P1000141.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/c258/papa21/P1000142.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/c258/papa21/P1000143.jpg

Sorry if the pics aren't good because I was taking the pics out in my garage and it is 36 degrees (I was in shorts and short sleeves I was trying to rush) and the lighting was horrible so I had to use a drop light on most pics.

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looks good. What were you riding before that? If you dont want to spend $200+ for new plastics and graphics, a good alternative is plastic renew. http://www.pcracingusa.com/plasticrenew.php It works really well. The key to getting good results from it is sanding for a LONG time. But, that is something that you can do on days that you cant ride.

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Looks like a newer version of my bike....almost identical....I have the Dubach system too. :thumbsup:

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looks good. What were you riding before that? If you dont want to spend $200+ for new plastics and graphics, a good alternative is plastic renew. http://www.pcracingusa.com/plasticrenew.php It works really well. The key to getting good results from it is sanding for a LONG time. But, that is something that you can do on days that you cant ride.

I used to ride a 2002 YZ85. Well the plastic isn't really scratched it is just creased so it turned white like all Yamaha plastic does. :thumbsup: So I will just get new plastics and graphics.

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I used to ride a 2002 YZ85. Well the plastic isn't really scratched it is just creased so it turned white like all Yamaha plastic does. :bonk: So I will just get new plastics and graphics.

Be careful dude, that is a pretty big upgrade. Lets us know how your first ride turns out. :thumbsup:

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My Buddy Is Looking For One

Just Out Of Curiosity What Did Ya Give For It?

If Ya Dont Mind

No I don't mind at all. I paid $2500 for the bike only because my dad is friends with the owner. For a 2004 the most I would pay for a clean one is no more that $3300.

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I used to ride a 2002 YZ85. Well the plastic isn't really scratched it is just creased so it turned white like all Yamaha plastic does. :thumbsup: So I will just get new plastics and graphics.

Just use plastic renew or sandpaper and use a heat gun on the white spots and they will completely go away.

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No I don't mind at all. I paid $2500 for the bike only because my dad is friends with the owner. For a 2004 the most I would pay for a clean one is no more that $3300.

NOW THATS A SMOKIN DEAL :thumbsup:

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Looks good, how much did you end up paying for it.

Only $2500!!!!

THATS A STEAL IN MY BOOK!!!!!

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