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redrocket190

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  1. redrocket190

    Steahly Flywheel weight CR500

    I have the 13 oz weight on my bike and it's all good - no stalling, lug the engine in 3rd in corners, smooths the power out for the less-skilled.
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    Mps Cr500af

    You need to head on over to http://www.bannedcr500riders.com
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    79 CR125 Throttle Response

    http://alp-sys.com/vintagedbforums/viewforum.php?f=21
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    Honda CR480R 1983 Comprssion Problem

    http://alp-sys.com/vintagedbforums/index.php Check out this forum. You have a real cool vintage bike, but you need to give it some TLC!
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    Lights For My Cr500r

    I'll happily sell you an unused Service Honda ignition and CRF250X lighting set up from my Service Honda AF. I put the bike into R configuration for motocross and GPs and I doubt I'll ever need to put the lights back on. Beware though the digital ignition and heavier flywheel mean you need to be a big guy to give the kick it needs to fire up.... ...send me a PM if interested.
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    1981 cr125 elsinore

    http://www.alp-sys.com/honda-elsinore/ You'll find lots of help here. Check the discussions, swap meet and reference section. Yours is an Elsinore - Honda used the term through 1981.
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    '83 CR480 pipes

    I have tried the PFR pipe and silencer combo, but I don't think these pipes are being made anymore. I do have a VGC one for sale now my CR480R is gone. PM me if interested.
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    Best Model Year for the CR

    1973 Original Elsinore 1978 or 1979, "Red Rocket" 1986 Production Rule meets Rick Johnson 1993 or 1996 Jeremy McGrath's favorite bike(s)
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    cr125 to a 250 or 500

    Particularly when cold, the CR500R likes to be "primed". Just slowly kick it over 2-3 times, then find peak compression and ease the kick starter past that point. Then let it come back up top and give it the biggest kick you can. I am short and do this balanced on a crate for leverage. Starting will be 1-2 kicks. Stock ignition + crisp jetting helps.
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    cr125 to a 250 or 500

    This bike is the dogs bollocks. The CR500R motor is far more flexible than people make out. The are no awards for ringing it out like a 125 and ending up on your head. I have seen the bike above being trail-ridden just fine. TT's work is top notch and Mike F very helpful. Give them a call, but he will talk you into a conversion....
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    Red sticker on an '08 WR450F??? ***?!!!

    http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/onroad/cert/ofhrv/ofmcatv_comply/2008/yamaha_ofmc_um0040141_449.pdf Go here and print this Executive Order and take it to your DMV. It shows you should have a green sticker for your 2008 WR450F.
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    Works Radiator Brace / Guard

    From personal experience, I would recommend going with radiator cages that transfer any blow directly to the frame....
  14. http://www.bannedcr500riders.com Look in the AF section of the forum. There is a guy there who has put a kit on his CR500R.
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    Never ridden a 2 stroke, help!

    I am prejudiced, but recommend the following... Visit http://www.cr500riders.com and http://www.bannedcr500riders.com and read up about getting a CR500R engine into your CR2F50X frame. The Gen-4 conversion is easier than most and you will find advice about a self-build, getting your frame modified right up to buying a complete bike. Don't get spooked about the reputation of the CR500R it can be short-shifted and ridden completely in control or you can open it up and hold on! There are folks who offer a porting job that makes it smooth enough for trail-riding. Check it out. Your bike with a CR500R engine!
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