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  1. WoodsRERider

    Future of Sport ATV Racing with limited 450 options.

    I'm hopeful for a bright sport quad future. I know we've been here before. Im intrigued by KTM's partnership with CFMoto. How about a 300xc quad 2 stroke. ? I can dream.
  2. WoodsRERider

    Future of Sport ATV Racing with limited 450 options.

    Good points. I'm glad that it seems quads still have a very strong staple in xc events likes GNCC, hare scrambles, etc. Hopefully they keep them alive. I personally ride both bikes and quads and each are equally as fun to me imo.
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    Sport four wheelers

    400EX. Bulletproof and air cooled
  4. WoodsRERider

    Future of Sport ATV Racing with limited 450 options.

    Hence, by the lack of replies it's obvious that the sport quad market is dead.
  5. WoodsRERider

    Future of Sport ATV Racing with limited 450 options.

    I think we are definitely at rock bottom. I'm not sure how much longer Yamaha will stay in the game. I'd give anything for a new updated TRX or KTM 525xc. May have to snatch up a Yamaha before they are gone too. SxSs are no where near interesting to me and most are so big, why not buy a Jeep instead. Not to mention the price. Their prices alone makes me scratch my head. Hopefully we see a rebound. I have seen nothing related to any new sport quads on the horizon.
  6. WoodsRERider

    What should i add to my routine?

    Running, push ups, sit ups, pull ups. Drink a ton of water. Ride hard. Have fun!
  7. WoodsRERider

    Top-End Timeframes

    No. Seriously. The bike gets ridden maybe every other weekend in the summer on trails. Raced in two hare scrambles. I suppose I'll check the top end this spring haha.
  8. WoodsRERider

    Top-End Timeframes

    Have an easy life kdx200. Bought new in 2006. Never had a top end. Starts in one to two kicks to this day.
  9. WoodsRERider

    What to look for when buying 1998 XR250

    Looks sharp. Trailer is an awesome bonus.
  10. WoodsRERider

    What to look for when buying 1998 XR250

    Yea the clearances are when u already have the bike. To basically get it running though was originally stated. Don't forget to give us some pics!
  11. WoodsRERider

    What to look for when buying 1998 XR250

    I'd also suggest checking valve clearances as well. If she starts, I would probably let it idle for a few minutes then immediately change the engine oil as its got to be worthless after six years.
  12. WoodsRERider

    What to look for when buying 1998 XR250

    To get her basically running....fresh fuel, carb cleaning, check fork seals / fresh fork oil, change engine oil, plug, clean air filter. I have a XR200 same year. Things are as reliable as they come. Price. Not sure. If it's running around a grand?
  13. WoodsRERider

    2017 whatchu listenin' to ? thread

    How about a little quick melodic metal instrumental
  14. WoodsRERider

    WR or YZFX

    This forum is awesome. Thanks for all the input. Definitely sold on the FX. Plan on keeping it stock for a while too. I can't imagine the ease of an FI bike and no more jetting a carb. Furthermore the suspension is far superior to anything I've ever ridden. Now to find a sweet deal on one. Oh btw I'm keeping the KDX and my old 98' XR200 (the only thumper I've ridden lol).
  15. WoodsRERider

    WR or YZFX

    Wow thanks for all the input thus far guys. As to the first question, I never rode a modern "race" 4t and want to switch it up and give it a go. From what you guys state so far, I'm leaning heavily towards the FX. Sounds like it's where I would be if I did some "free up" mods on the WR. I'm not an overly aggressive rider most of the time, but I ride gnarly technical eastern woods. As stated before, I'm not new to bikes, riding, or even the occasional scramble. I'd classify myself now as "Vet C" . Lol. I do all my own maintenance unless its really technical or I don't have the right tool. Is it safe to assume the FX top end / valves will last a long time as long as I keep up with oil changes and filter maintenance?
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