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  1. sledhead999

    HPI ignition

    I've never heard of the Zeel Tronic before. That is part of the challenge, finding a source that supports my old '98 YZ250. Vortex for example only supports the '99+ bikes.
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    HPI ignition

    Has anybody bought any ignition components from these guys? Stator, Flywheel, CDI, Coil, Voltage Regulator, etc? https://www.hpi.be/index.php If so, did you buy direct -or- from one of their dealers state side? Thinking about buying a fully programmable setup for my project bike.
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    BLT suspension

    I was close...but off a little. Bret Leef Tuning
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    BLT suspension

    Has anybody heard of BLT suspension? The '06 YZ450F I purchased has been modified by them. I can't much of anything about them or a website. If I remember the sticker correctly...BLT stands for Brian Leatt Tuning
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    G2 Ergonomics Throttle Cam System

    With the different throttle cam profiles, you can adjust for your style of riding.
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    Honda CR500AF (2004)

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    '04 Honda CRF250R chassis with a '91 CR500 engine.
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    Honda CR500AF 2004

    '04 Honda CRF250R chassis with a '91 CR500 engine.
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    Honda CR500AF 2004

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    2004 CR500AF Specifications ENGINE Engine Type: 500cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, two-stroke Bore and Stroke: 89mm x 79mm Compression Ratio: 6.8:1 Induction: Eight petal reed valve Carburetion: 39mm flat-slide DRIVE TRAIN Transmission: Close-ratio five-speed Final Drive: #520 chain; 14T/48T CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES Front Suspension: 46mm inverted Kayaba cartridge fork with 18-position rebound and 20-position compression damping adjustability; 12.0 inches of travel Rear Suspension: Pro Link Kayaba single shock with spring preload, 30-position rebound damping adjustability, and compression damping adjustment separated into low speed (18 positions) and high speed (2.0 turns); 12.5 inches travel. Front Brake: Single 240mm disc with twin-piston caliper Rear Brake: Single 240mm disc Front Tire: 80/100-21 Rear Tire: 110/90-19 DIMENSIONS Rake: 29.53 degrees Trail: 101.3mm Wheelbase: 57.4 inches Seat Height: 37.3 inches Ground Clearance: 13.6 inches Dry Weight: 213.8 pounds Fuel Capacity: 2.0 gallons OTHER Available Colors: White Model ID: CR500AF Limited Edition Price: $9,630
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    Question about 1995 WR250 transmission

    Not sure. A picture might help us understand what you are trying to convey. I installed a '94 WR250Z transmission in my '98 YZ250 about 5 years ago and its been awesome!
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    Phathead Racing Billet Cylinder Head

    https://www.phatheadracing.com/yz250.html
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    Phathead Racing is proud to offer high quality CNC machined from billet, performance 2-stroke heads at the very best prices. We offer a complete line of high performance heads for all the popular 2-Stroke motorcycles and Yamaha Banshees. These heads increase cooling, horsepower, and allow you to modify your power band by changing compression ratios. If you choose to run race fuel, 105+ octane, our higher compression combustion chambers will deliver an amazing amount of low and mid range horsepower. Our interchangeable combustion chambers are easy to modify and economical to replace making custom modifications inexpensive to try. We have a complete inventory of Wiseco pistons to fit big bore and flat top conversion kits.
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    Wr250 or ktm380

    No, the '99+ and newer bikes need the WR400/426/450 transmission to work. Ask me how I know...lol :) It works great in my brothers '03 though. The '94 WR trans will fit in the '98 and older YZ250's. That is what I'm running in my bike. Awesome for mtn single track trails!
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    Need photos - 97-01 YZ250 pipe and silencer mounting

    @cowboyona426 I have the same pipe setup on my '98 YZ250 (FMF Gnarly and Turbine Core 2). If you'd like me to take any pics of how mine mounts or measurements...I'd be happy to! One thing I've noticed when I put my silencer on the pipe, the expansion chamber is tweaked just enough from hitting a rock hidden in the grass...I have to lift UP to align the silencer bolt holes. I also attribute it to the isolation rubber frame mounts not aligning well to each other. On a side note...since FMF doesn't offer the Q-Stealth silencer for this old iron, I'm retrofitting one off a newer bike
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    Which Rekluse for CR500?

    I really like the Z Start Pro on my WR450F. I followed the directions for the medium engagement. I felt like it was perfect for the single track riding I do. It had me do a pattern of 2 balls in the groove and then skip 1. Granted the CR500 makes more power than a WR450F. I would try it fully loaded with balls and see how it does or follow their recommendation. I've never tried the EXP or CORE, but don't really care for the design. The only auto clutch currently offered for the CR500 is the RadiusCX @ $1000. It uses a billet hub and pressure plate just like the PRO. I don't really see the added value of adding the CORE and the billet side cover ($159) for the difference of $370+. With that said, I ordered a Z Start Pro for my CR500 in hopes it works as well as it did for my WR450F. I plan to use it on a Snowbike setup. It seems that there isn't alot of the Z's out there anymore collecting dust on the warehouse shelves. I picked one up before they are gone...
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    RKTek head on CR500

    RK Tek replied to my email today... I can either run their billet 2 piece head and NO decomp valve -OR- they can re-dome my existing head to their shape and do the decomp valve. I guess I can't have my cake and eat it too. The billet cover does offer better cooling. I guess I have to weight the trade off's...
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