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Kszurok1

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About Kszurok1

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    Pennsylvania
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    Dirt Bikes. It is called thumpertalk after all
  1. I need a place to ride sooo bad, the trail behind my house gets the police called within the first 5 minutes, i kid you not. Somewhere close, and id like some people to ride with, none of my friends are man enough to get a bike out of second gear. I do not want to pay for tower city if at all possible, idc how far as long as its less than 2 hrs
  2. I need a place to ride sooo bad, the trail behind my house gets the police called within the first 5 minutes, i kid you not. Somewhere close, and id like some people to ride with, none of my friends are man enough to get a bike out of second gear. I do not want to pay for tower city if at all possible, idc how far as long as its less than 2 hrs
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    Is a 125 two stroke enough?

    My 2 cents, 125 all they way. If you know what your doing with your money you can make one veryyy quick and ridable. My 00' cr125 is very quick and either keeps up or blows past bigger bikes 4 and 2 stroke, but that has a lot to do with the rider(not bragging, i get passed by an old yz80 all the time). Now granted on long straights it wont, but whats the point of trail and mx if theres huge straights all the time. The power to weight is perfect, at least for me. Ive been around powerful bikes too, rode a kx500 for a few years and it blew up and i have a gsxr600 streetfighter that has plenty of power, but id honestly ride trails with my 125 all day.
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    '90 DR650 vs '11

    I own a 90' dr650s and i absolutely love that bike. I cant say that a newer one is better cause i havent ridden one , but my 2 cents is test ride them both and decide (may seem obvious). But youll most likely spend a lot less on the 90' which ive heard of people putting big bore kits and sumo tires on it and changing the gearing up to make it superb. but i drive a bone stock dr650 and i have to say its very top heavy imo, maybe its my riding style but one thing is for sure is that its heavier than the newer bikes. But you get what you pay for, and the 90 dr is outdated. 1500 might be too much if its blacked out in bad taste. Id pay 1500 for a mint dr650 imo. but with only 5k on it idk, mines been bullet proof for 20+ years without any major repairs, and it has 16k on it, and it basically a daily driver. It does suck on trails though.
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    Another Cr Street legal post (HELP! PLEASE!)

    I know, but getting a title isnt a huge problem because my mom used to work for the dmv and now works for the local pd and she can pull a little strings (in the process already). I just need to know what to do to get it legal if possible
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    CR500 time capsule

    Oh What id do for one of those. In PA theres a bunch of cr500's and kx500's but they are all blown, its ridiculous. But you gotta envy the people who have pristine cr500's and know how to ride them, they are the epitome of crazy. Id take an old, decrepit, running cr500 over a 2012 cr450f anyday..... but hey thats just me
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    cr125 supermoto plated

    OMG how the hell? Ive been fantasizing about making my 00' cr125 street legal in PA forever now and am prepared to drop tons of money into it haha. My downfall is that i dont have a title or bill of sale though so idk what id have to do ( waiting for someone from the dmv to call me back) Its not looking good for me though, but IMO id get a set of sumo rims and tires, the obvious legal stuff, and keep your dirt tire for some serious weekend trips or whatever. Your lucky man, if your ever looking to sell a legal 125, im your guy lol
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    Trying to get into a Supermoto bike.

    I completely agree, i ride a 90' dr650 on street and my cr125 is way quicker.But thats strictly dirt racing. Now granted my cr125 has a lot of mods done to it and would never keep up on a long straight, but its easy to see the potential even the 90' dr650 has with minimal mods. They say sumo riders are the best and i guarantee you smoke gixxers and r1s in the twisties with a good setup, Especially since you race already. I have also heard great things about the drz400 but if you already have a nice 450. id check into your local dmv to see how easy titling and legalizing it would be, cause a good sumo kit will cost around $1500 give or take.There would be no sense in buying a stock bike around 3k or 4k just to drop another 2k in it (IMO). If you dont have a drz already itd be way cheaper to check the dmv or even buy a sumo drz for around $4000 (thats the cheapest around me in PA) Id look at some older dual sport/enduros around if moneys an issue. I got a bone stock 1990 dr650 and that thing is a blast to ride around the sticks idc what anybody says about them.Its been extremely reliable, hell i even ran into a car doing about 35 and kept the bike up, running, and undamaged. (the car was basically destroyed in the autobody aspect haha not a scratch on the bike) Also id check out some street trackers styles IMO, I know not tarded but they are still cool in that retro sense and are a hell of a lot cheaper than motarding a bike. Plus customizing for you (i assume) wouldnt be that difficult. Andddd if your only 16 driving a tracker to school that you can say you customized, will get em drippin haha But to answer your question, given your background as a racer, yes motard all the way. Those rice rockets douches will be crappin thier pants when a "kid" beats them on a "dirtbike" haha
  9. I know, these post must be annoying but I really need help clarifying some things. Plus im a n00b to this site and havent really explored it too much yet, but from what ive seen its veryyy impressive First, I know it isnt practical (and a hell of a lot of work) to run a 2 stroke on the street cause of pre mix or the "high rpms", i dont care about that, i just want a 2 stroke to putt around on. I think itd be a cool project. Now, I got a 2000 Honda Cr125 with aftermarket everything basically as it was raced. I was wondering if it was possible to legalize it in PA. I know id have to get all the goodies for a dual sport kit and etc.. but say money isnt an object. I DO NOT have a title or bill of sale anymore (dont know what happended to it) Would that be a loophole* ???? Maybe register it as something like a ground up build ( idk what its called lol) Any answers would be very appreciated!
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