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  1. lessongeo

    2002 300 exc "mild to wild"

    great relies, thx. Last one before maybe some better googling and youtubing, what what is the stock setting for that power valve screw? how many turns out or in? And how much of a difference does it make? cheers
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    2002 300 exc "mild to wild"

    many thanks can you still use all the power valve springs from other years - green yellow red ??
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    2002 300 exc "mild to wild"

    Hello, Before my head gets ripped apart or I'm told to go to ktmtalk (sorry, I don't have an email other than yahoo or gmail), does the 2002 300 model have that unplug / plug in a wire deal to change the power? And which is which? Thanks in advance.
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    2003 kx250 jetting help

    Dyldog, Interesting. This summer I am moving back to Canada. the elevation will be in the 4500' range...
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    Kx 250 Jetting Database

    Wow thanks. I happen to have a 45 pilot in the collection. Before I order that Zook needle, I have 4 in the toolbox already. Are a N82R, NEDJ, N3CW, N3EW any help ? Thanks
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    2003 kx250 jetting help

    Hi, 2003 kx250 scrap heap project... Houston Texas sea level 80F I returned the carb to service manual stock settings. Bike bogs and stammers right from low to upper mid throttle. High throttle it runs fine. I believe the motor is stock with a procircuit pipe. 40:1 fuel mixed. No splooge. Where should I start
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    Kx 250 Jetting Database

    Hi, 2003 kx250 scrap heap project... Houston Texas sea level 80F I returned the carb to service manual stock settings. Bike bogs and stammers right from low to upper mid throttle. High throttle it runs fine. I believe the motor is stock with a procircuit pipe. 40:1 fuel mixed. No splooge. Where should I start?
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    2007 yz250 rear wheel size and tubliss

    Thx guys. 120 rear tire and Tubliss ordered. Tire pressure questions are like oil questions, but I will still ask. DirtEater, 8 psi in the rear and what in the front?
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    2007 yz250 rear wheel size and tubliss

    i suppose I forgot to ask...on the Tubliss 19".... go with stock 110/90-19 or a 120/100-19 ? cheers
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    YZ250 VS. TE 300

    put an oversize rotor kit on the front, and you're in business. I'm looking into a hydraulic clutch...I do miss that from my KTM koolaid drinking days. Buuutttt, nothing like making a hill on a $2000 9 year old dirtbike, walking down, and helping 10k machines get up it.
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    2007 yz250 rear wheel size and tubliss

    k, good to hear. Appreciate the response.
  12. People, I ride with a lot of orange..in fact I'm the only yz'er in my group. Now, the ktm offroad guys run tubliss on their rear 18" rear rims. The YZ has 21 x 19 stock. Am I missing the point if I just install tubliss on my stock rear 19" rim? The guys mention "all the sidewall" with the 18" rear. I don't particularly wanna go out and buy a new wheel set for this 9 year old bike - my stock rims are in great condition. thanks
  13. Thx guys, I will give that a go as well.
  14. nope, those aren't stock K, looks like I am off to ebayland....
  15. AC717, I bought a lectron and it's real tight...the air boot rubs on the shock....what reeds are you running?
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