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knibblewhite kits is it worth it..??????

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hey guys has anyone tried the knibblewhite kit.. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CRF-250-CRF250-INTAKE-EXHAUST-VALVES-SPRING-KIBBLEWHITE_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35595QQihZ004QQitemZ140019711021QQtcZphoto ..pretty good deal i reckon wats the life like.thinking of this with a new JD piston,should i use a high comp piston or just normel size. any info wood b helpful...l2rr2l.... :thumbsup::ride:

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hey guys has anyone tried the knibblewhite kit.. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CRF-250-CRF250-INTAKE-EXHAUST-VALVES-SPRING-KIBBLEWHITE_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35595QQihZ004QQitemZ140019711021QQtcZphoto ..pretty good deal i reckon wats the life like.thinking of this with a new JD piston,should i use a high comp piston or just normel size. any info wood b helpful...l2rr2l.... :applause::applause:

well, ---i have better life with the hard faced coated ferrea valves and spring kit, and the je 13.5 piston .

not the heavy kw components :ride:

Ronnie Hamp at RHC stocks these components :thumbsup:

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kibblewhites are shit

They are Shit or they are "The Shit"? Please clarify because I was looking to get top end done to the CRF250R

I emailed Ron but he hasn't got back to me yet :thumbsup:

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if you want go to crowerpower.com, he is a builder of special parts for motox bike, too.

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