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alazydad

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  1. alazydad

    What did you do to your crf250l today?

    Had some fun!
  2. alazydad

    Highway riding

    Also with 13 42 the vibrations of the high over revving motor get to you after about 30 min of freeway driving. I just spent about 9 hours and 200 plus on and off road riding on my bike toady so trust me my butt is talking here.
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    Highway riding

    Most people on here will tell to to change to 13 42 sprockets and you will gain a higher top speed. I have 13 42 and the fastest I have been able to get is 73 but when it was stock gearing I could easily do 75. I live in Atwater, ca and not that to far from Manteca, ca Just say this is the way I have found it to be not wanting to start a fight about it
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    Tires, Dirt Aggressive and DOT Certified

    Let us know how the Scorpions compare. I have had the stock front tire slip out on me 4 times on gravel roads and that is no fun!
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    Tires, Dirt Aggressive and DOT Certified

    I have tried to figure this out on my own but not having any luck. I ride a lot of rocks and gravel. I would like a tire that is wider and with a lot more traction the what the stock has. Please advise on some tires for me. I was looking at the Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Is this what i would want? When it comes to tire sizes i do not understand it.
  6. Just a few pictures of what i did for a 12 volt plug on my crf 250 l. Here is a link to amazon on the plug i got. It has a nice water proof cover that snaps over it when not in use and also came with plugs for using a battery tender. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0068FYMVO/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Modified bracket Plastic piece drilled and modified a little. This is part of the shroud around the radiator resevoir Here is the place to disconect and connect a battery tender if you want. This is on the left side of the bike. Finished and works great! Kind of hard to tell by the picture but Its nicely hidden up in there..
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    Aftermarket/Stock Exhaust Info and Tech

    Central Valley. As far as the cops go on the legal part of changing the muffler I don't give a care. There are Harleys with strait pipes allover and the cops leave them alone so I am not worried. I would like to keep the factory exhaust in tack just in case they would stop me and give me a fix it ticket I could swap it back fast.
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    Aftermarket/Stock Exhaust Info and Tech

    Fmf and ejk come to 700 on crfs only! That's almost 25% of the msrp of this bike! Any place cheaper?
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    Aftermarket/Stock Exhaust Info and Tech

    Any exhaust that's as good as fmf but more reasonably priced?
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