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Purchasing a '92 CR250 tommarow, im off to the 2-stroke forum. Ill be stopping by regularly though. I just wanted to say thanks to all of you guys for the help you might have given me. catch you on the flip side.......(sorry i just always wanted to say that)

Luke :thumbsup:

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A 250 2 stroke is definatly the way to go. I went with a 2001 CR250 (see garage) and thank God i did. Its the most fun i have ever had on a dirtbike. Its great on the trails and i havent been to the track with it yet but i plan to. I highly recommend a 2 stroke if you dont race, are short on money, and want a light and fast bike. 450's are great but kinda pricey. Its your choice tho...

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ill take a $110 top end job over a $1000 valvetrain and top end rebuild anyday.

Im not here to fight about which is better but i hate when people put down 2 stokes because of there easy maintaince...

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top-end rebuild every year = no.

Actually i have gooten them to last up to 3 years easy

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2 Strokes are homo

That was a pointless coment. I was ofcourse talking to the smart people on here. Not.....well.....people like you :thumbsup:

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see ya let me know how you like the 250 i think i want to get one

Bike is great! Took it on a ride today at 5:00, man it was sweet! Does everything i could ever wish to do on a motorcycle :thumbsup: It handled the deep sand whoops like flat ground. Took hill climbs like they were the driveway to the garage. Overall this is a great bike. Very cheap to maintain. I definantly recommend this bike :ride:

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Got any pics of your 250 gunner???

I'll grab some as soon as my brother gets back from vacation. He took my camera with him.

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Great bike. Both the PC pipe and the FMF pipe offer great power on it. Plain old Boyesen Dual Stage Reeds help the midrange.

Make sure you pull the cover off the side of the engine and blip the throttle - is the power valve opening and closing? It'll actually wiggle a bit before just snapping open.

If it's not moving, you need to have your powervalves cleaned because they are stuck. The 92 had a great motor - it was wheelie prone and a bit light in the front - but that meant you could ride it longer without arm pump as long as you just relax...

Great bike, above average suspension and then there was the handling. That bike cornered absolutely awesome!

Mike

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Great bike. Both the PC pipe and the FMF pipe offer great power on it. Plain old Boyesen Dual Stage Reeds help the midrange.

Make sure you pull the cover off the side of the engine and blip the throttle - is the power valve opening and closing? It'll actually wiggle a bit before just snapping open.

If it's not moving, you need to have your powervalves cleaned because they are stuck. The 92 had a great motor - it was wheelie prone and a bit light in the front - but that meant you could ride it longer without arm pump as long as you just relax...

Great bike, above average suspension and then there was the handling. That bike cornered absolutely awesome!

Mike

Agree 100% :thumbsup:

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sweeto, i think 2 strokes are the shit

Yes i love the fun-factor, and the ease and little cost of keeping your machine running

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Dude, you have a 250X. Moving through 'em that quick.

It wasnt enough power for me. My little brother rides that and the 150 now :thumbsup:

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what do you do with you crazy power house 500?

Ride dunes. and hill climbs and the occasional desert ride. Oh, and i enjoy racing guys and staying next to them in 3rd gear :thumbsup:

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