crfrider756

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  1. I had the same problem. I have the same bike and could never get the stock jetting perfect per the manuals recommendations. I added a PC Works pipe and R304 Shorty and it did not really do much to the power except gave it a little more grunt in the midrange and the silencer would still be covered in spooge. I then looked around the internet and tried a 175 main, NECJ Needle on the #4 position, 42 Pilot, and air screw 1.5 turns out. Now the bike has no spooge and sounds sooo damn good. Doesn't load up when i warm it up on the stand anymore. Best of all it's now as fast as a 250 smoker should be and revs to the moon. Bike pulls and pulls and is now competitive with 450's. Highly recommend this jetting setup along with getting rid of the stock exhaust
  2. Yes, any tank from that generation should fit. I used to have a 2009 530exc tank on my 2008 250sx
  3. Planning on ordering a Bills system for my 2015 250SX. Any recommended jetting specs for this pipe on the 2015? Or will stock jetting be sufficient? I ride around 1500-2000 ft elevation and in the temps around 70. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  4. Got them from throttle jockey. they are the factory team honda graphics from the over seas teams.
  5. 2002 CR250
  6. 2002 CR250. Just yanked the original tires off yesterday
  7. Check out http://www.pro-carbonracing.co.uk/ktme.htm the pipe guards are in the middle of the webpage. Might be expensive for shipping, but seems like your only solution.
  8. I have a 2012 250xcf and as the title states, what will be necessary to install an sxf tank onto my bike? Im just noto sure if the fuel pump will mount in the smaller tank? any help is much appreciated.
  9. Supposedly, the cast clamps flex a bit more than the billet ones.
  10. I honestly had this exact problem about 3-4 months ago. Both bikes were the same price at my dealer and I had a tough time choosing. I finally chose the 250 xcf due to the fact that it had a slightly larger tank and an 18 in rear wheel. Depending on the riding you do/ racing you do could be a key factor. I came off a 2008 250sx 2 smoker and didnt want to move up to the open class which is another reason why I chose the 250 again. If you ride mostly MX then I wouldnt get the xcf unless your willing to send out your suspension.
  11. I have a 2012 xcf and it has the billet aluminum black clamps. On the sx/xc line,billet black clamps have been standard since 2009. Do yours have the cast aluminum ones? because if you do, then they were switched on there from an xcw or exc. The tops of your forks that you should have come with four arc shaped indents that don't quite complete a circle. If you do have the cast clamps, it is possible that they swappef forks with the enduro line as well. Those forks have four small holes in the top caps instead of the arcs. Did you buy your bike new from a dealer, because that sound fishy..
  12. Electric start was an option in 2011, and came standard in 2012.