eaglesomme

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  1. Always use wrap around. Flag styled ones are useless apart from maybe a twig or two. The flag style ones also constantly snap.
  2. That's a complete lie dude. I live in Australia and you definitely legally are supposed to have a spark arrestor.
  3. I ended up forking out for postage and bought the Xrsonly exhaust slip on. At a later date I will also buy their header.
  4. Spend it and bend it?
  5. I would probably get the CDI from a newer crf100f as the xr100 are very similar to them.
  6. Why do you want to change it to CDI?
  7. Ok late update but I did manage to push it back in. I ended up using a c clamp and it worked great. Before I was trying to use a multi grip and it wasn't budging. I believe this was because I wasn't apply force directly down with the multigrip. With the C clamp I was able to push it straight down and not sideways.
  8. How so? From what I've seen the OEM exhaust seem to be very similar shape.
  9. Are the headers for all xr250 years the same? I see on xrsonly there is only one exhaust header available and it is compatible with all years. If I buy just the slip on until I have enough money for the Xrsonly header will the Xrsonly muffler fit on the stock header?
  10. I see they have three different tip options for my bike, a disc, turn down and a cone tip. Will there be any different in sound and performance between the three styles?
  11. This fmf slip-on exhaust says it will fit a 1996-2004 xr250. https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/fmf-powercore-4-slip-on-exhaust-honda-xr250r-1996-2004 But my question is would it fit my 1990 XR250R If there actually a difference in exhaust dimensions? I ask this because I am having a very hard time finding a model specific exhaust for my XR and I want it to be as bolt on as possible.
  12. So on every video I see everyone just pries the brake pads with a screwdriver and the piston just slides back in. Formme this is not the case and the piston won't budge. Does anyone have any methods/tips for me to try?
  13. So my stock muffler and header are rusted and dinted. Trying to find an exhaust that fits the bike but most exhausts are for the 1996-2004 XR250R. I will most likely just get an XRS only header but can't find any alternatives to the XRS only slip ons. I live in Australia so postage for ordering things from xrsonly is very expensive. Does anyone know any slip on exhausts that will fit the Xrsonly header or the stock header? Also is it worth trying to put a 1996+ exhaust on my 1990 bike and hoping it fits?
  14. Well I ended up ordering that eBay one because even if it's sucks it's so cheap I couldn't care less. Will let you guys now how the installation goes.
  15. After feeling my friends Husqvarna hydraulic clutch and then breaking my clutch perch in a stack I am thinking of installing.one on my xr250. I have several questions. 1. Does anyone have experience doing this? 2. How long is the stock clutch cable? 3. Is this hydraulic clutch anygood and would it be suitable for my 1990 xr250r? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/122559944108