Good condition with a long list of high end upgrade parts.
Rekluse EXP 3.0 with cover and slave
EVO- Ellensburg suspension tuning for 6' 200# expert rider
Trail-tech map switch
Moose 1-1/8 flex bar
CYCRA probend bar guards
SXS skid plate with linkage plate
Clutch and water pump guards
Fastway Evolution III pegs
SRT Pro Armor radiator and rear rotor guards
Acerbic Front rotor guard
TM designs chain guides
DID race chain
FMF F-bomb header
Dirt Tricks timing chain tensioner
Pro Wheel, wheels
Tubliss front and rear
New top end and valve adjustment 60 hours old
Many more aftermarket parts as well as spare parts and service manuals included in the sale. Willing to include 4 sets of tires with 80% tread left for full price.
Great bike with plenty of life left and set up for anything from single track woods to wide open dessert.
Can hang with any of the 450's but is much easier to handle in the tight woods.
Priced to sell at $6000.00
Willing to consider reasonable offers but no trades or carry.
I am selling my 2001 yz426f(As is), I bought it used from private seller back in 2011. I rarely used it at first, playing around in dirt areas and local OHV trails. I began using it for bigger trail rides like Gorman in Hungry valley. I hated the manual decompression. In 2015 I bought Hotcams stage 1 intake and exhaust cams for the auto decompression. I had Motorcycle Tech in Upland, CA do the install. They also installed a new Piston Ring and Intake valve. Have work order paperwork and old parts from the job. Last big ride was 2017 September, Kennedy Meadows. Put on new tires before this ride along with fresh oil/filter and new air filter. Bike ran like a champ and we made it up some some pretty nasty climbs first try
The Hand Grips are new. The front and rear fenders along with radiator shrouds are a year old. Side # plate cracked as seen in picture.
Still an awesome ol' powerful bike.
Negatives are a heavy clutch pull and a grabby clutch.
Selling because I've replaced it and have no intention of using it anymore.
Pink in hand.
I'm asking $1,500 OBO for the bike as is.
Cash only please.
Serious inquiries only.
Hey TT, I know there's endless topics on YZ250/ two stroke tuning in general but I have not been able to find one that helps me get my 09 YZ250 set up for my riding style and where I ride so I'm here asking for help. I got this bike around 1.5 years ago and have not known how to set it up properly. I know no one can give me a perfect set up but I'd like a good starting setup to work from and tweak to perfection. Throughout this time I've had this bike, its always been covering the bottom of the entire silencer and dripping all over the swing arm and rims with oil. Also, the joint between silencer and expansion pipe has oil around it too but I've heard I have to close the gap a little to squeeze the silencer a little tighter and stop the leakage there. I don't have too much experience messing with carbs but I've messed around with previous two strokes and tuned them a little better. I change the oil on my bike after 15-20 hours on it and clean and oil the air filter after almost every ride. The sparkplugs never last me more than a few months but recently have been lasting me no more than a few weeks. With the excess oil from the pipe and spark plug fouling you can see why I need to set my bike up to stop this.
Completely stock with V-Force 3 Reeds and a FMF Shorty silencer.
Usually running around 32:1 premix with 91 pump fuel because I prefer to keep it well lubricated instead of running rich.
I ride enduro in Ontario, Canada. So mostly single track and some fire roads but nothing close to MX and not a lot of time wide open. Therefore, probably mostly 1/4-1/2 or 1/4-3/4 throttle range.
Where I ride:
Usually 0-500' above sea level. With temperatures ranging from around 15-35 degrees Celsius (55-95 Fahrenheit).
If anyone can give me a setup to go from, that would be very much appreciated. Even multiple set ups for different temperature ranges or any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks and sorry for the long read, I just didn't want to leave anything out. Ask any questions if you have any, too.
By Charles Joseph Miron
Hello all. Need a helping hand here..
I bought an older TT225 and am not about to spend almost $600 on a new carburetor for it. So I'm hoping someone can help me out with an idea of what (other than original carburetor) style, type and brand I should go with.. I'm also having a bit of trouble finding info on this bike. It's a 1986 Yamaha TT225.
Thank you in advanced