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This could be fun. What would you do to your 2012 rmz250 if someone told you they would give you 1500 to spend on your bike?

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first off, hour meter to keep track of maintanance with no worries,

then I'd definetely go for radiator braces, highly recommend

then maybe also skid plate & front disc guard..

then i'd go a little for comfort, new grips

finally visuals, new plastic to preserve the OEM ones, and get graphics on top,

if youre not a fan of team graphics with lotsa sponsors, get that FX stock replica one

then before going for power, I'd go handling first,

maybe revalve for suspension, stiffer springs etc

and then if I feel the need for power,

a new exhaust, I'd go for Yoshi or PC, and then get a remap

I'd also like to try out the Mototassinari airbox

I dont own a RM-Z, yet..

I'm considering importing a 2012 myself to Brasil, where I live.

I own a CRF now, I've done very similar steps to mine

Edited by Axel350

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LOL the last few things you mentioned starting with suspension revalve would be $1500 EACH

not rlly, FC does revalving for 800..

ik my list goes more than 1500 tho,

you decide what your priority is and what you get or not

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not rlly, FC does revalving for 800..

ik my list goes more than 1500 tho,

you decide what your priority is and what you get or not

I get it. I literally just did this with my 1998. Top end, Boyesen dual stage pro reeds, silencer packing, all new gaskets, o rings, seals, for the motor and exhaust, plastics, #plate, seat cover, One ind decals, but was only $500 maybe..Damn it feels good to be a 2stroke gangsta.

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LOL the last few things you mentioned starting with suspension revalve would be $1500 EACH

And you need a new suspension guy if your spending $1500 :smirk:

Athana 290 kit $700

Don Lackey Cycle Works suspension $450

Tires.....

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And you need a new suspension guy if your spending $1500 :smirk:

Athana 290 kit $700

Don Lackey Cycle Works suspension $450

Tires.....

Ok I'm sorry HALF of the $1500 :bonk:

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haha fag

hahaha that is the best!

id do a 270 kit for my bike with 1500. then what ever is left over put in to buying my own house lol

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