swish

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  1. Nice 500,good in the trails eh?!
  2. Do not fixate on an obstacle, look for the line around it.If you look at the rock you will hit it!
  3. Hey Andrzej, Come to the Wingham XS sprint this August-13 and 14th.There is one there.The ramp was made of steel,it was a little slippery with a piece of 2" pipe welded to the bottom and slid through another pice of pipe. Where abouts do you live? Dave
  4. Starting to put parts back on the frame,got the swingarm on,rear tire/rim mounted,new front tire,tube and rimlock mounted,forks back on and brakes bled.It starting to look like a bike again.
  5. I have to agree with MJ, try and get the best start you can and let the faster riders by. Very nice trails,Our HS's are way tighter than that,first gear racing in the woods.
  6. polished the frame,rebuilt forks,waiting for top end parts,also removed some dents from the pipe. 2000 Cr 250
  7. I'm running the fatty with a turbine core 2 pn a 00 cr 250.I couldn't find a knarly around here when I was looking for one so I bought the Fatty. It has alot more bottom and mid than the stocker and still pulls hard on the top.Our HS's are tight single track with some open sections and like was said above,time is made up in the open sections.
  8. Hey Northwoods, I'm sure you've heard of Royal Distributing, also try Eric Russel at A Viscious Cycle.I've bought a few things through him that were cheaper than Royal.Fatty pipe etc. Dave
  9. How does the CR handle turning that track? Looks fun!!
  10. Magura claims 20% less effort.Auto clutch is what I'm going to try though.
  11. Right on,thanks for the input.I was thinking that the auto clutch was the way to go.
  12. I'm just wondering if anyone is using or has any any experience with the magura hydraulic clutch. I'm racing harescrambles here and they are typically slow and tight with lots of clutching. I'm riding a 2000 cr250 with a fmf fatty,turbine core 2 silencer,VF3 reeds and dropped 1 tooth on the front sprocket. I'm getting tennis elbow really bad and have a hell of a time holding on at the end of the races. I was wondering about the hyd clutch or possibly an auto clutch? Thanks
  13. I think you will be very close with the 125, I can get about 1.8 hours on my stock tank(cr250). My nephew can do better than that on his YZ 125. Better safe than sorry, stop for a 5 second pit and take a bit of fuel. Good Luck!
  14. I'm not sure about the engagement,here is a link to what Rob wrote about the Dyna Ring. http://www.dirtybikesxtreme.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=108:revloc-dyna-ring&catid=55:components&Itemid=91
  15. I think i wrote springs,not rings