CRF150F_06

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    motocross, freestyle,bicycle,snowboarding! But motocross always in first!!
  1. I just bought a new 2011 YZ450F and I want to change the front brake to an oversized one but I am trying to figure if the 2008 brake system is the same as the 2011? I am looking at a Galfer oversized rotor kit and it's supposed to fit 2008 models but I am wondering if it fits the 2011 also. Thanks!
  2. I just bought a new 2011 YZ450F and I want to change the front brake to an oversized one but I am trying to figure if the 2008 brake system is the same as the 2011? I am looking at a Galfer oversized rotor kit and it's supposed to fit 2008 models but I am wondering if it fits the 2011 also. Thanks!
  3. Thanks a lot!
  4. I am looking at buying a web cam camshaft and it's writen that I will need Larger Diameter Followers, and Performance Valve Spring Kit. I have no idea what are these followers and where to get them. Anyone could give me some info about followers? Thanks!
  5. Don't sandblast or glass bead the covers if you don't plan to clear anodizing them or paint them clear with an extremely high temp paint. If you don't do that, they will only look good until the first ride. I've done it. The problem is that it corodes and forms white stuff and spots everywhere if dirt or water stays too long on the covers.
  6. I changed the oil every 5-7hrs and oil filter every 2 oil change. Air filter every ride. Bike occasionaly hitted the rev limiter but not like Justin Barcia does ha ha. My 2008 crank lasted me exactly 58,9 hrs before it started knocking at the connecting rod's big end. I changed it along with the piston and 20hrs later, my bike got stolen. Now I have another 2008 and the guy had put 30hrs on it and I logged 32 hrs on it so I am now at 62 hrs and the crank is still fine. I change the oil every 5-6hrs on it. Som epeople have over 100hrs on their 2008 and havent had a problem while others got unlucky like me.
  7. I am looking at making my 2008 looking like the 2009. I have a question about the seat cover. I will probably end up buying the 2009 throttle jockey graphics kit but should I buy the Throttle Jockey red seat cover or the 2009 CRF250 oem seat cover? Both are about the same price. I want it to last at least a season and that have enough grip and a great fitment. Thanks!
  8. When you say map 2, do you mean map x10 or map 1 or the handlebar switch? Thanks!
  9. To me it looks more like an extremely ugly 2008 CRF250R. Those grey radiator shrouds are so ugly! We can definetly see what he have been doing with his rear tire haha! And look at that cutted rear fender!!
  10. I bought a couple weeks ago the 2010 Troy Lee Designs GP History Multi gear. It looks amazing and is comfortable. I recommend it. Definetly take a look at it before buying some 2006 gear. You can get something newer for not a lot of cash. Here is it for 178$ shipped! Hurry! http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2010-TROY-LEE-DESIGNS-GP-GEAR-COMBO.-HISTORY-MULTI_W0QQitemZ370266243687QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20090927?IMSfp=TL0909271410006r19299
  11. Common guys, there must be someone on TT who knows a little bit about electricity...
  12. Hi guys, I have a Vortex Ignition on my 2008 CRF250R and the switch seems to be broken so I want to remove it but the problem is that when you simply unplug the switch, the ignition stays on map 1 all the time. I know that there is a 30$ switch eliminator for sale that enables you to remove the switch and being able to adjust the maps on the box but I was thinking of doing my own one with the plug of my handlebar switch. The handlebar plug have 2 wires coming from it like shown: The switch eliminator looks basicaly the same as the one of the handlebar switch but the wires are coming out of one side and entering the other side: If I cut my switch wires at around 2 inches from the plug and then twist them together at the end, do you think that it will work? I would'nt see why because it would do the same as if they were coming out of one side and entering the other side of the plug like on the switch eliminator. Thanks!
  13. Thanks, unfortunetly, I don't have a multi meter and don't know how to use one. I could go and buy one, but I would still have no idea how to use one. When you say if the bike works in one switch position but not the other, do you mean run in one position and doesn't run in the other? The bike always runs in every switch position. Anyone else can help me?