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  1. I would also make sure you have tranny fluid in the engine. 250r's have a bad rep for the right side main crank seal going out and the tranny fluid going to the engine oil side so you would basically be over full of oil on the engine side and none in your transmission which leads to a fried clutch and you're possible noise(bearing failure).
  2. We're currently running Pirelli tires with no problems. I experienced the same issues with Dunlop last year with the tire coming apart but it was due to running the tire with low air pressure or riding it while flat trying to get off the track and back to pits.