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J0NEZEN-4-MOTO

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About J0NEZEN-4-MOTO

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    dirt bikes, electronics, weight lifting & fitness, rock, metal, electro, trap, rap!
  1. J0NEZEN-4-MOTO

    What did you do today ?

  2. J0NEZEN-4-MOTO

    What did you do today ?

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    What did you do today ?

    troubleshooted and fixed my neighbors, KLX110 & CRF100. old flue, petcock dust, blocked jets, and changed air filter, oil. Both started a lil rough but idled an rode like new! (Wish i could make it more than a hobby)
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    Registration problems PLEASE HELP!

    Good shit Dan! this will come in handy, im going to start buying/ repairing/ sell old used bikes. Whats funny i looked on the internet for days to find someone in my position. All that comes up are people trying to buy or sell with no paperwork. When google fails, TT always pulls through. Thanks again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Registration problems PLEASE HELP!

    Ok so i live in CA,im trying to register my 93 cr250, and 89 banshee. They where both gifts from my parents. I recently started 2 restore them be trail ready and in my name. PROBLEM- But nither were notifyed to DMV, didn't transfer ownership. And now my dad cant find the pink slip fir the bike or the quad. There vin's match up frame, motor, carb, exc.. And have been mine for 10 years now. I know there not impossible to register. But the way i look at it No proof well its not yours.lol LMK any tips or tricks
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    Advice on 2 strokes

    its the opposite for me, been riding trusty smokers my hole life. first bike was 1979 yz125 at 12,to start my dad had to push me off & catch me to stop. bike was old but fast as hell, you will learn to love or hate it. no more lugging up hills like a 4stroke, pin it an pick a line. like NUMORE said pull them boys out you will need um! not that thumpers are slow, i love 690, 525, 490, & 450's. but i would never trade or sale my cr for one. HAVE FUN BRO....JUST RIDE!
  7. i have the cash for tools and to race no prob. just wife, kids take most of my time an $$, and yes i will thats my baby. my 91 CR250 got stolen a while back so starting all over.
  8. thanks guys new here, i went through an looked up conversions an repairs forums. i was gonna buy everything to do the TC conversion but im gonna stick it out for a season and send in front an rear, race tech is awesome! gonna cost a bit but worth the wait!
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    Post pics of your CR's

    very nice, looks identical when i first got mine same seat cover also.
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    Post pics of your CR's

    this is my baby 1993 cr250r, i posted a question about suspension in the general form.
  11. Hi everyone. k so i ride a 1993 cr250r, mostly desert sand/rocky terrain. i was at Glamis last year hit a razor back around 10ft strait drop, nothing new. but when i can normally lean back and take the hit. this time it bottomed out (pinggggggg)lol. at the time i was 280lbs hit jumps an drop offs all the time with old stock front an rear suspension. my QUESTION currently im 6ft 225lbs and still dropping weight. #1 is it worth the money to take it into a shop for servicing? #2 or service it at home with service manual an online info, i have the knowledge to do the job but time an tools are limited? #3 my least favorite hole new set up, i would love it but not rich at all. REASON- going to do some racing this year, grand pre & track. any input would help thanks!!! OOOOOW yea rear is almost maxed on both adjusters, front forks never leak but are getting rough while in rocky & hard pack riding.
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    CR250 owners read this

    i know this was posted years ago but, thanks for all the info. an my 1993 cr250 thanks you as well!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Honda CR250R 1993

    Ok so this is my 1993 cr250r, purchased 2 years ago for $1,000 from a family member. Im a bigger guy 62-270lbs, an this bike can still rip up any trail.It has decent power, but the suspension isn't the best not only because im fat.lmao, but the 93 cr250r is known for bouncy rear shock. not like it cant be serviced or replaced! over all great bike. long live 2strokes!
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    Honda CR250R (1993)

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    Ok so this is my 1993 cr250r, purchased 2 years ago for $1,000 from a family member. Im a bigger guy 62-270lbs, an this bike can still rip up any trail.It has decent power, but the suspension isn't the best not only because im fat.lmao, but the 93 cr250r is known for bouncy rear shock. not like it cant be serviced or replaced! over all great bike. long live 2strokes!
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