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      JUST IN!   04/24/2018

      HOW TO: 4-STROKE PISTON REPLACEMENT DONE RIGHT!

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    Was a great first moto style bike for my wife to learn on. It has great torque and is hard to stall but forgiving on mistakes. It's also low maintenance which rocks if it gets ridden a lot. I even enjoy cruising trails or playing around on it. It may get traded this week for a 2012 KX85 so the Mrs can participate on race day. I'm not sure if this bike could endure the punishment of an experienced rider if used for racing. It's close to being capable but it's a great bike to learn on, the fun factor is all there. It can handle aggressive rides but since I'm probably 75-100lbs larger than it's intended rider. I didn't push it for more than 10 minutes at a time. I guess if it can handle my big bum playing around on it, it must be solid. I'd give it 5 stars but why the drums? Come on, rear drum brakes. It would be a stellar pit bike for adults, also would be a nice trail bike for small adults/youth, or as mentioned first moto type.
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    Great all around UTV, has the ability to work and play. Not the best at either but does a good job with both. The progressive locking front differential can really handle a multitude of terrain, it's excellent for hunting. Can carry a large payload of gear, gets you there at 50+mph, good at water fording, handles above the knee cap bogs even when dragging a 10pt. 150 class buck. (If you can drive)
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    After a few upgrade and the free mods the WR250F is a formidable opponent. It's easy to ride, great low end, and comfortable. Even though I'll be riding the 250 vs. 450's in my class I don't find it to be a disadvantage riding through obstacles and tight trails. The electric start is also a nice feature when riding the hare scramble, enduro''s, and GNCC's.
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    I bought a low hour 450sx that was owned by a mechanic at our now closed KTM dealer. I had a surgery and still am recovering from the dr's incompetence after 5.5 years. The bike was just a beast to start after it got hot if I somehow stalled it when woods riding. The 450 was like riding a saber tooth chasing a wooly rabbit and dragging a anchor to slow it down. So basically it was taking too much effort, with the 4 speed gear box, to ride effectively over any distance for me. I love the handling, suspension, and feel comfortable on the bike. When it comes to my bikes, I'm a clean freak. I couldn't get a few spots clean after riding it for about 10 hours and completely tore it apart. I found a few cracks in the sub frame and a lot of missing bolts. I'm currently going through the bike to restore it better than new. To address the 4 speed and kick starting, which causes a lot of discomfort/pain/fatigue (thanx doc), I found a 2007 400xcw and swapped motors. With the 6 speed, elect start, the SX frame and suspension I will have the perfect bike for me. So I will keep updating the project as it progresses in between races and budget availability. If I tell the Mrs i need to stay at the hotel/motel for the race and sleep on a cot in the trailer that will add to the budget. I will be receiving the 400 engine by 5/5 then sending it out to my sponsor for a complete rebuild since it has about 170hrs on it.
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