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Jonesr00

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  1. Jonesr00

    2001 Wr250f fork rebuild.

    Hey guys I rebuilt my forks a little less than a year ago and after riding yesterday I blew another fork seal. I don't jump the bike very often and mostly ride high-speed trails. I do sometimes do trails that are all rock and very little sand. Is it normal for these bikes to blow for seals that often?
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    SDG Tall Seat

    Much more comfortable than stock seat
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    Renthal 7/8in. Handlebar

    Comfortable feel
    Great look sound and seemed to add power
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    Pivot Works Fork Seal Kit

    No leaks, easy to install
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    Devol Radiator Guards

    Never needed them but im sure they add a good amount of protection
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    Yamaha WR250F 2001

    Bike is awesome, fast but wish it was faster! Has ~Plastics and Fuel tank, Frame from a 2002 yz250f. ~FMF Q2 exhasut ~Pivot works fork seals ~ (SDG)YAMAHA YZ 125/250 2002-2014 (TALL)seat ~Renthal handle bars ~Pro taper grips ~Also have Pro circuit t4 slip on exhaust, stock frame, tank and plastics. I know there's more but cant remember
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    Yamaha WR250F (2001)

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    Bike is awesome, fast but wish it was faster! Has ~Plastics and Fuel tank, Frame from a 2002 yz250f. ~FMF Q2 exhasut ~Pivot works fork seals ~ (SDG)YAMAHA YZ 125/250 2002-2014 (TALL)seat ~Renthal handle bars ~Pro taper grips ~Also have Pro circuit t4 slip on exhaust, stock frame, tank and plastics. I know there's more but cant remember
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    wr250f mod help.

    I just had the bike in the shop to have my carb rd-built about a month ago. Everyrime I turned on the gas it would poor out of the bottom over flow/tip valve thing. The diaphragm was eroded and everything on there basically melted. So they rebuilt to stock conditions. nd they tried running my vin a few times and couldn't come up with anything, to my knowledge. But some key reasons I know it's Canadian, there's a maple leaf on the front of the frame behind the headlight, the odometer is in kilometers, and the guy I bought it from said his friend owned it and was from Canada. As for the other mods the only thing I haven't done was cut the throttle stop screw and cam timing. The airbox top was removed, And I'm gonna start looking into re-jetting the bike, but my knowledge of motorcycles is very limited I'm more of a truck guy. I wasn't sure if there would be consequences like you mentioned, loss of low end power and since I do trail ride 90% of the time I don't know if this would be the most beneficial to me. Thanks for all the information
  9. Yes sir I come from a yota family. We have a 92 22Re thats has 300,000 miles with all original harware, 2011 rav4, 2009 Trd tacoma double cab long bed pre runner, 07 tacoma dc longbed 4x4 with icons 03 highlander, 01 4 runner, and my 00 tundra 4x4 soon to have a solid axle tho. Then we also had a 94 4 runner but blew the head gasket and ended up selling it. This is my Tundra
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    wr250f mod help.

    Here's some pictures of the electrical, maybe I'm color blind. Im guessing that they run on a yz map, but if that's the case is this the most power I can get from my bike? Because I want more, can i do any other mods I feel like its just not as beefy as it could be.
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    wr250f mod help.

    I have an 01 wr250f I have an aftermarket fmf exhaust removed the snorkel in the airbox, and now I'm looking at doing the gray wire mod. So the question I have is my bike is a Canadian version, does the mod work with the non-US versions and are the wires a different color? Because all the diy threads seem to look different from my bike.
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    2001 Wr250f fork rebuild.

    Never mind guys I think I figured it out.
  13. As you guys can probably see this is my first post on this site. I am in the process of doing the fork seals on my yamaha. I replaced my seals on a 07 drz 125 which was very easy. I have the shop book for the yamaha and am fairly familiar with the process. Right now I am stuck at removing the pesky damper rod. I have looked on http://motoman393.thumpertalk.com/, and am trying to find a way to make my own removal tool. Does anyone have any diy forums on how to make on (preferably with pictures). The other question that I have, is i am roughly 140lbs and am 5'8. How much shock oil should I use as well as how should I adjust the damper and rebound? Thank you If i posted in the incorrect forum I apologize.
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