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thestuz

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  1. thestuz

    Finke desert race on Rmz 250

    why the heck would you not use a 450 for that race?
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    What in the world caused this?

    lol.,plain obvious factory marks.
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    XR250Y

    very rare.... first one i have seen... must be a grey import...
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    2014 rmz450 to buy or not to buy

    if you steer with the rear, then why get a zuke? chase another kawi if that is what works for you.
  5. your friend needs to man up or learn the hard way.
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    Simmer down a 250? (two stroke)

    yeah but damn. you have to do all that just to get it to perform like every other brand? what a fkn hastle... id rath buy a yam and spend that money on suspension. or just buy a ktm .
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    Simmer down a 250? (two stroke)

    there are some that will sugar coat the cr250. but its motor was just too harsh for most riders and it needed work to perform allround.
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    Simmer down a 250? (two stroke)

    wrong bike to learn on. you could use flywheel weight and run it rich.
  9. http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=cbr+250+vs+rgv&FORM=HDRSC3#view=detail&mid=7E96B698A04F3414455C7E96B698A04F3414455C
  10. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_CBR250 The Honda CBR250 series of motorcycles was produced by Honda between 1986 and 1996. It is a lightweight sport bike with a six-speed gearbox and a 250 cc (15 cu in), four-cylinder, four-stroke engine capable of revving up to 19,000 rpm. obviously general knowledge can not be measured by post count around here.
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    '15 RMZ's

    a suzuki with big changes lol.... when was the last time that happened really? fi? they just gave you a 2014 model with gbox/frame upgrades... im betting thats all you will get for a 3 yr period. not hating, just saying.
  12. stock standard cbr 250s reach over 19,000 rpm. and they can stay there all day. a very very reliable engine that can get to 75,000k's without a rebuild.. i think you would be fine with valve springs. but a desmodromic setup would be better
  13. gotta love an informed, intellectual opinion.
  14. the only thing that has really changed inn the engines is that the componentry got smaller and the cams got made to rev higher. the frames and suspension is where the real advances have been.
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