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  1. Time Left: 26 days and 7 hours

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    Stock expansion chamber, no major dents or cracks - $120 Transmission with shift forks, dowels, and shift drum - $300 Clutch cover - $35 Hammerhead Designs Front and Rear Blue Brake Master Cylinder Covers - $25 All prices include US shipping. Email mjwilcox4490@gmail.com for more info.

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    Powder Springs, Georgia - US

  2. Time Left: 26 days and 7 hours

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    KYB titanium 4.9 kg and 4.7 kg rear shock springs. Removed off of various Yamaha's. All used but in good condition. I have 7 of the 4.9 and 1 of the 4.7. Should Fit: 1989-2019 Yamaha YZ125 2001-2013 Yamaha YZ250F 1989-2019 Yamaha YZ250 2003-2009 Yamaha YZ450F 1989-2007 Honda CR125 1989-1998 Honda CR250 1992-2001 Honda CR500 2004-2008 Kawasaki KX250F 1998-2007 Kawasaki KX250 2006-2008 Kawasaki KX450F 1998-2004 Kawasaki KX500 1987-1997 Suzuki RM125 1987-2003 Suzuki RM250 $90 shipped in US. Will ship worldwide but will need to get a quote. Email: Mjwilcox4490@gmail.com

    $90.00

    Powder Springs, Georgia - US

  3. Have you ever thought about a G2 throttle? I think it's a great add on and often over looked.
  4. I'm currently only a moto'er, and I don't really pay attention as much to other bike brands. But does KTM's 250 two stroke off road bike come with electric start? I am just a two stroke diehard, and am pumped to see Yamaha put some R&D into two strokes again. It's a good sign. I'd be interested to see how the new expansion chamber performs though.
  5. And why would they switch the 250 to the four stroke frame but leave the 125 in the old frame?
  6. Even if this is fake or not. For the love of God do not put air forks into the production bikes. That is one of Yamaha's best advantages vs the other brands. Their suspension is practically a B-kit compared to the others stock stuff.
  7. It's a new cover. The black on top goes down the side a little more than when it was just the top was black.
  8. Then Motosport is wrong, this is off there site.
  9. No typo, look at the parts diagram under transmission, says 13T stock (9383E-13216-00)
  10. I noticed this morning that the 2015 Yz250s have went to 13 front and a 52 rear. Instead of a 14 front and 50 rear. I'm currently running on my bikes a 14/51. I guess I'll have to give the new gearing a try. I wonder if MXA will still suggest to ad a tooth to the rear?
  11. There has been several threads that is has been talked about. Even the first 2015 YZ thread. To answer your question, yes it does fit.
  12. Lugs would be pretty expensive, I might be wrong but there connected to the lower chrome tube of the forks. So you'll need a new axle, wheel spacers, and a front brake caliper hanger. Unfor, Yamaha doesn't sell just the hanger. So check ebay. You'll need an 2008 or newer any YZ style hanger. I'm sure you can get a used axle for under $20. That's all you need though I believe.
  13. Ya, Wiseco's basket is a lifetime warranty, not a 1 year. You can get a Wiseco basket for about $180 on Amazon. I have a Wiseco and haven't had any issues with it. I'd put in another Wiseco before I put in a Hinson.
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