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  1. 400yzturbo

    2006 CRF450R clutch basket kick start gear shim

    I might be able to help you out if you need the shim. I have a clutch basket I could pull it out of for you. Also o might have the kick start stop block too. Message me if you are interested.
  2. Time Left: 27 days and 14 hours

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    I have some CRF250 Exhaust repack kits. They are for the CRF250 Honda Dual Exhaust setups. These are new, I just never used them. Asking $65 + free shipping to the lower 48 states. price is for both kits; enough to do two bikes

    $65.00

    , Utah

  3. 400yzturbo

    Unknown Cylinder Markings

    I’d agree with some of the other comments about businesses who do work on things sometimes mark the cylinders. I deal a lot with Millenium Technology and they do a similar marking system on cylinders they work on. The idea behind it is so they know if it’s a cylinder they’ve worked on etc. In this way no one knows what it means but them. This way if you had them or any company do work on a cylinder and they send it back to you, then you complain that they screwed up your part they can see if it has there marking on it and know if your trying to pull a fast onto them. Not everyone out there is honest and upright in their business dealings and that’s a shame but it happens. Ive included a picture of one of mine that has similar markings that I had millenium technology do for me.
  4. www.amrracing.com These are the “Toxicity” graphics. If you call them they can customize the colors of them a little bit for you too. Another one I did once was “meltdown”
  5. I’ve been on a titanium kick the last year and now my project bike has it all over. Not everything but it’s got a lot and it’s bling factor I guess. 2000 CR250 Titanium axles, swingarm pivot bolt, caliper pistons, engine mounts, fork bolts, plastic mounting bolts, etc. gotta love projects.
  6. 400yzturbo

    Whos got a 2000 CR250?

    I looked at that brand before going with the hammerhead designs. How did that one fit the 01?
  7. 400yzturbo

    Whos got a 2000 CR250?

    Thanks. I even contacted hammerhead design and told them about this idea. Maybe they will build a clevis for others wanting to do the same thing
  8. 400yzturbo

    Whos got a 2000 CR250?

    Yes the hole is a bit off. I’m already building a replacement clevis to correct the misalignment
  9. 400yzturbo

    Whos got a 2000 CR250?

    With the white black and gold theme, I think the red would clash. As for current red on the bike, it’s got the red excel lettering on the wheels and the red rear shock adjustment knob
  10. 400yzturbo

    Whos got a 2000 CR250?

    My 2000 CR250 update on current build.
  11. 400yzturbo

    Honda CRF250R (2008)

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    Another bike in my lineup is a 2008 Honda CRF250. This bike is all fresh ready to ride, but I can’t bring myself to ride it. I’ve invested too much money in a worthless bike; when I saw worthless, I mean a bike that isn’t very desirable or valuable. Ive builtbit from the ground up and it’s only been started a couple times but never taken out on any rides. It will continue to sit in my garage until I can find a buyer for it or until I decide to find a CR500 to do a conversion on it. If interested in it message me, but before you do just note that I’m not giving it away. I’m into it $6000 and I know I won’t get that out, but somewhere close would be nice.
  12. 400yzturbo

    Honda CRF250R 2008

    Another bike in my lineup is a 2008 Honda CRF250. This bike is all fresh ready to ride, but I can’t bring myself to ride it. I’ve invested too much money in a worthless bike; when I saw worthless, I mean a bike that isn’t very desirable or valuable. Ive builtbit from the ground up and it’s only been started a couple times but never taken out on any rides. It will continue to sit in my garage until I can find a buyer for it or until I decide to find a CR500 to do a conversion on it. If interested in it message me, but before you do just note that I’m not giving it away. I’m into it $6000 and I know I won’t get that out, but somewhere close would be nice.
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    Honda CR80R (1986)

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    My 1986 Honda CR80. Back when I was a kid, my cousin would ride a bike exactly like this. We were so jealous because all we had were BMX bikes. Well now I’ve got one and it’s been given a nickname, “A boys dream”. It was in great shape but still a basket case when I got it. I have since completely built the whole bike from the ground up. Im too big to really ride it now but I don’t think I’ll ever part with it due to the desire to have one for so long. 1986 CR80 with original plastics from 1986.
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    Honda CR80R 1986

    My 1986 Honda CR80. Back when I was a kid, my cousin would ride a bike exactly like this. We were so jealous because all we had were BMX bikes. Well now I’ve got one and it’s been given a nickname, “A boys dream”. It was in great shape but still a basket case when I got it. I have since completely built the whole bike from the ground up. Im too big to really ride it now but I don’t think I’ll ever part with it due to the desire to have one for so long. 1986 CR80 with original plastics from 1986.
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    Honda CR250R 2000

    This is my 2000 Honda CR250 project build or should I say money pit. This poor bike came into my possession completely neglected and ready to be mourned. I took pity on this diamond in the rough and have given it a new lease on life. Im nearly $8000 into this bike and it includes many new parts and lots of titanium jewelry. Fully Rebuilt motor from the ground up. Freshly plated cylinder. New excel rims and stainless spokes all wrapped around a set of Talon hubs. Holding everything suspended is a set of 2006 CRF250 forks and rear shock (chosen because it was already set for the weight I was looking at). New FMF Gnarly pipe, chosen because I want the power of the biketo come on early as it’s going to be a single track trail bike; if I ever ride it. It’s got ceramic powevalve bearings because I wanted to see how they would change the opening of the power valve. I was going to do ceramic main bearings but at $200 I couldn’t afford it when I built the motor. The chassis is setup up with pivot works bearings through the whole bike. I opted for a rear brake pedal from hammerhead designs. This brake pedal was for a 2004 model but I thought I’d try it and see how it fit since thy didn’t list it as fitting my 00 model. It fits with only minor change needed. That change was an offset clevis. The bike is littered with titanium. Not everything I want to do but hey it’s expensive and I’m not a rich guy. Some titanium parts are the rear axle, swingarm pivot bolt, caliper mounting hardware, triple clamp bolts, engine mounting bolts, kickstart bolt, rear brake piston, sprocket bolts, rear disc bolts, plastics mounting bolts, seat bolts, peg pins, peg mounting bolts. Peg mounts are in the works and will be made of titanium with an upgraded design to use 02+ pegs. TMDesigns chain sliders. UFO plastics, Dunlop MX71 tire in the rear and a Michelin Enurocross up front. CORE aftermarket brake lines. Rebuilt calipers and master cylinders. New Airstryker carb and a set of VForce reeds system. More to come as I remember more and as I complete more, but in the meantime here is for your viewing pleasure.
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