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Just brought my new YZ250 home from the dealer today!

Not too tricked out, just some basic stuff.

52 tooth sprocket

Z-ring chain

Moose aluminum handguards

FMF Q-Stealth

Trying to use photobucket for the first time, let's see how it works.

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you forgot the in front of the address but you need the whole addy

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Thats trick enough. You need to sell or trade me those new 2009 shrouds. I am sure somethign can be worked out.

Despite being stock, that bikes capable of racing anything anywhere as is. ENJOY!

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Very nice man, now bring it up this way and get it dirty, are ya really sure ya want that 52 rear, i haven't found a spot yet that the stock gearing doesn't work, Oh yeah make sure ya hold on when i left the 4t's this thing felt lke a mountain bike underneath me and will loft that frt wheel with ease

Don't forget to regrease everything

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Very nice man, now bring it up this way and get it dirty, are ya really sure ya want that 52 rear, i haven't found a spot yet that the stock gearing doesn't work, Oh yeah make sure ya hold on when i left the 4t's this thing felt lke a mountain bike underneath me and will loft that frt wheel with ease

Don't forget to regrease everything

Lofting the front wheel:thumbsup:

I am so looking forward to riding this!

I've always been a large sprocket junkie, can't ever seem to get it geared down enough. I guess next time I will go green, and yellow( John Deere).:)

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I LOVE the sound of this bike!!!

Had a chance to "ride" a little bit today. Don't really have anywhere to ride being that I live in suburban Detroit, but there is this 15 foot wide space between my back fence and the I-75 expressway wall that is owned by the oil company that has a buried pipeline there. It's about a half a mile long, rode up and down there a few times as quietly as I could, don't want to piss off any neighbors (or worse yet attract cops). Gotta break it in somehow before I get a chance to go up north.

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Thats the bike I want really bad. I love my 04 so much that I want a 09. But, I love the 04 so much that what if I don`t like the 09? lol

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I LOVE the sound of this bike!!!

Had a chance to "ride" a little bit today. Don't really have anywhere to ride being that I live in suburban Detroit, but there is this 15 foot wide space between my back fence and the I-75 expressway wall that is owned by the oil company that has a buried pipeline there. It's about a half a mile long, rode up and down there a few times as quietly as I could, don't want to piss off any neighbors (or worse yet attract cops). Gotta break it in somehow before I get a chance to go up north.

I was in the D a few weeks ago, wow is it sad. Amazing how there is so much urban decay, and I75 is messed up too. Ever been to Magic? Its a dirt bike place on the north side that I hear alot about.

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I was in the D a few weeks ago, wow is it sad. Amazing how there is so much urban decay, and I75 is messed up too. Ever been to Magic? Its a dirt bike place on the north side that I hear alot about.

I went to Magic when they first opened a few years ago when I had my KTM. I don't know if they expanded or not but their place was really small, only room for a couple of bikes.

That's way the other side of town from me, I live 15 miles south of Detroit.

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