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aaronaweb

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  1. aaronaweb

    Improve your Speed & Endurance by Dropping Some Body Fat

    Why do you suggest keeping cardio low intensity? I always understood that you should go as hard as you can for the amount of time you have to workout. That is, if you're not new to training.
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    06 rm250 fork seal

    Okay. Good to know it's not always easy. I'll go ahead and try some heat. I'm always afraid of being too heavy-handed and breaking something. I'll keep trying. Thank you for the input.
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    06 rm250 fork seal

    Helllllllpppp! I'm trying to replace a leaky fork oil seal on my '06 rm 250. I have the retaining clip out by my fork legs will not break apart. Everything I've researched shows/says they should separate pretty easily but mine are not, even with a good amount of force.
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    06 yz 250 jetting issues

    I thought about that, too. But, they're a little too proud of their product. Crazy pricey for what you get. I lowered my needle and adjusted the idle screw. It's much better. I believe I also need to go smaller on the pilot jet now. Thank you for the advice!
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    06 yz 250 jetting issues

    That's funny man! Alright I'll certainly mess with the pilot jet since its sputtering-out at only about an eighth throttle. Hopefully it won't take too long to get it right because that's riding time!
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    06 yz 250 jetting issues

    Ok. I have tried adjusting the air screw and it didn't do much good. So, I guess I'll start tinkering with the jetting. Thanks!
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    06 yz 250 jetting issues

    I'm not sure what my settings are. I've only had the bike for about three months. The motor has great compression and runs strong if I can keep it from fouling. So, I don't think there's problems in the bottom end of the motor.
  8. Hello guys, I just bought an 06 yz 250 and I'm new to two strokes. I keep fouling plugs (running 32:1). When I put a new plug in the bike, it is firing right up. However, as soon as I put it into gear and ride away, the motor is sputtering out and quiting shortly after. Also, I know two strokes are supposed to smoke but, my bike is smoking a ton. My guess is that the bike is simply running rich and I need to adjust the clip on the needle but, I'm really not sure. Any help and advice would be much appreciated!
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