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Wreckless250F

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About Wreckless250F

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    All Motorcycles, Nitro R/C Trucks
  1. Wreckless250F

    Factpry Effex EVO4 Graphics...

    I've had them on the bike for about 2 months now. No peeling or bubbling like alot of graphics. Top notch fit and finish. Even riding in sand they still have a decent shine. They also come with blue airbox stickers with the tuning fork logo, but i prefered the stock look. I let my buddy race it a couple weeks ago in expert mx, and he really pinches the bike with his legs and they held up great. can't say the same about my brand new pro taper grips- worn bald in 2 motos!!
  2. Wreckless250F

    Factpry Effex EVO4 Graphics...

    I have these graphics, I think they look great.
  3. Wreckless250F

    Weekend MX Pics, '06 YZ250

    RCannon, Royal Mountain is about 4.5 hours north of NYC and i'd say 3 or so from Kingston. And thanks for the kind words about the bike and my riding everyone! I'm heading out in half an hour to run the SX track under the lights at the same facility. I race the amateur ( 250 class tonight so we'll see how I stack up, last week I finished 8th overall in the B class. Plenty happy with any results in the top half of the B class! The more I ride the bike the more it impresses me with handling and agility, not to mention all the power I need from a stock powerplant.
  4. Wreckless250F

    Weekend MX Pics, '06 YZ250

    No I haven't made it to Frozen yet, one of the only tracks in NY and PA that I haven't. My days of traveling for motocross races have passed. I run the flattrack circuit now in Harpursville and at EC on dare I say, a 426f. Races close to home are all for me in terms of MX. I'm not sure why everyone likes the 4 strokes, i've owned and hated them. I was proud to see around 10 smokers in my class this weekend, even if they were colors other than blue.
  5. Wreckless250F

    Weekend MX Pics, '06 YZ250

    Royal Mountain is great, deffinetly my favorite track (mostly because its so close). I race 250C for the D3 races and 250B for the supercross series at Royal. I have a 250f also that I race sometimes but its just not as fun since I got the smoker. I've owned and raced em all, 250f's, 450f's, and this 2 stroke is where its at.
  6. Wreckless250F

    Weekend MX Pics, '06 YZ250

    Hey All, Fun weekend at the track, took 1 and 1 in my moto's, holeshots both times and first run on the new Racetech G2-R valves in the forks. Stock engine kept fresh and jetted. Only complaint is running a hard terrain tire on a track that had 2.5 inches of rain throughout the night and into the morning. I live 30 minutes away and didnt get any. Well heres some pics, and no making fun of my riding ok!!! Enjoy. 1st moto holeshot No bite! The guy behind would pull on me up this hill, if i only had a mud tire with me... 2nd moto holeshot- this bikes a rocket out of the gate Pulling away... This bike is staying around for a while, saving up for the matching Racetech kit for the rear. Can't wait for Wednesday night, local Supercross series under the lights and I run the next class higher than the district mx races. My buddy races expert class on a '05 YZ250 stock engine and swept 2 overalls also. Gotta love the 250 zingers!!!!
  7. Wreckless250F

    Name Your Poison!!! (premix)

    Silkolene Comp2 semi-synthetic, 28:1, '06 YZ250, no smoke while riding or spooge out of silencer.
  8. Wreckless250F

    2008???

    jeez new trailer for the bikes, new 450, new 250f, KawiTillDeath is a big roller!
  9. Wreckless250F

    06 YZ250- 3 brand pipe shootout by me.

    Sorry for the month long wait for pics of the zip-ty, i'm terrible at remebering things. Here they are! Sharp looking pipe, great fit. Picture after the test ride of course. Pipe sticks farther away from the bike but not noticable when riding Had to make a small dent in pipe for clearance on the left side engine cradle rail (square tubing), I know the pipe was off of a steel framed YZ originally (round tubing) that might have allowed more room.
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    06 YZ250- 3 brand pipe shootout by me.

    i'm running the stock silencer, and haven't tried my shorty with the pipe yet. I actually took the pipe off this past weekend when I was riding with my step bro (slow, still learning on a YZ80) because the low end power is so strong. This pipe will deffinetly be on my bike for the hillclimbs with my new extended swingarm.
  11. Wreckless250F

    06 YZ250- 3 brand pipe shootout by me.

    I got my Zip Ty "Flow" pipe installed on my bike today. The pipe is noticably different shaped than the stocker. Exiting the ehaust port the first 90 degree bent is closer, routing the pipe very close to the engine cradle rails. The pipe is also larger in diameter underneath the right side radiator and sticks out roughly 3/4-1" farther to the right side of the bike. Fit was perfect as for lining everything up. Now for the stuff everyone wants to know: '06 YZ250, stock reeds and silencer, 11 hours on new top end, stock gearing, GYT-R weighted flywheel. Jetting used with Zip Ty pipe: 48p, 1.25 turns out '07 needle, 2nd groove 175 main 32:1 Silkolene Comp 2T w/93 pump fuel As soon as I started up the bike I noticed the different tone of the exhaust and how the pipe sounded noticably thinner than the stocker. You can hear more happening inside the pipe. The exhaust note sounded sharper and super clean. Throttle respone while moving just off idle is awesome with this pipe, 2nd gear just off idle the bike pulls amazingly strong and crisp. More power for sure. Midrange seemed slightly stronger than stock, but the gains down low are what I was looking for. There was a bit more of a spike in the transition to the midrange compared to stock, but I loved how clean the bike was running. I was worried about this pipe being trail oriented and loosing top end pull, where I find myself wanting more from the stocker, but it revved out farther. I was in too small of a place to really test top end power but it did not flatten out like the stocker. Riding on my track I could loft the front wheel in 3rd out of the corners easier to skip across chop, and then either short shift and use the new found low end power, or scream it down the straight farther than the stock pipe would want me to. One thing I cannot get over is how sharp the throttle response is. The bike sounded like it had a shorty silencer with a crisp clean bark to it. Overall i'd say this pipe fills in the bottom closer to the midrange, and a smoother pull from midrange out until the engine stops revving. No loss in power anywhere, and a large amount of snap and crisp thottle was gained. This weekend i'll be able to test it with a shorty silencer, and play with jetting a bit more. Plug looks great, no spooge, and EXCELLENT throttle response. I'd give the pipe a "A" rating so far. Anyone with questions feel free to ask! I'll try to post pictures of the pipe on the bike later tonight.
  12. Wreckless250F

    YZ 250 pipe talk, pt 196

    Well I got my Zip Ty "Flow" pipe installed on my bike today. The pipe is noticably different shaped than the stocker. Exiting the ehaust port the first 90 degree bent is closer, routing the pipe very close to the engine cradle rails. The pipe is also larger in diameter underneath the right side radiator and sticks out roughly 3/4-1" farther to the right side of the bike. Fit was perfect as for lining everything up. Now for the stuff everyone wants to know: '06 YZ250, stock reeds and silencer, 11 hours on new top end, stock gearing, GYT-R weighted flywheel. Jetting used with Zip Ty pipe: 48p, 1.25 turns out '07 needle, 2nd groove 175 main 32:1 Silkolene Comp 2T w/93 pump fuel As soon as I started up the bike I noticed the different tone of the exhaust and how the pipe sounded noticably thinner than the stocker. You can hear more happening inside the pipe. The exhaust note sounded sharper and super clean. Throttle respone while moving just off idle is awesome with this pipe, 2nd gear just off idle the bike pulls amazingly strong and crisp. More power for sure. Midrange seemed slightly stronger than stock, but the gains down low are what I was looking for. There was a bit more of a spike in the transition to the midrange compared to stock, but I loved how clean the bike was running. I was worried about this pipe being trail oriented and loosing top end pull, where I find myself wanting more from the stocker, but it revved out farther. I was in too small of a place to really test top end power but it did not flatten out like the stocker. Riding on my track I could loft the front wheel in 3rd out of the corners easier to skip across chop, and then either short shift and use the new found low end power, or scream it down the straight farther than the stock pipe would want me to. One thing I cannot get over is how sharp the throttle response is. The bike sounded like it had a shorty silencer with a crisp clean bark to it. Overall i'd say this pipe fills in the bottom closer to the midrange, and a smoother pull from midrange out until the engine stops revving. No loss in power anywhere, and a large amount of snap and crisp thottle was gained. This weekend i'll be able to test it with a shorty silencer, and play with jetting a bit more. Plug looks great, no spooge, and EXCELLENT throttle response. I'd give the pipe a "A" rating so far. Anyone with questions feel free to ask! I'll try to post pictures of the pipe on the bike later tonight.
  13. Wreckless250F

    RCannon.... Snap On!

    I use that same Snap-On wrench at the shop, they are quite impressive. You can get Milwaukee (spelling?) 3/8" cordless impacts on sale sometimes and are great for working on bikes being a bit less powerfull.
  14. Wreckless250F

    YZ 250 pipe talk, pt 196

    RCannon, I did a search for the Ride Engineering pipe and couldn't find anything about it. Do you have any information at all on it? Sounds like another interesting option. I noticed a DEP pipe that is painted black on that one auction site, if it goes cheap enough it might be worth someone grabbing.
  15. Wreckless250F

    YZ 250 pipe talk, pt 196

    trailrider121, Sorry about outbidding you! At least its in the TT community, and if I ever let it go i'll let you know. It ships out on Thursday so I won't have it for this weekend but i'll post my thoughts as soon as it gets here. I'm hoping for a hair more bottom and a little more overrev. I have a feeling the stocker will still be tough to beat.
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