RMZ 245

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About RMZ 245

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  1. Use super glue, make some calaces on the palms of your hands, when the calace grows out use razor blade to remove super glue. I always use a razor to keep my calaces trimmed down.
  2. O.K. got my Kibblewhite SS Valves and Springs But, now i am wondering if I should just keep my stock valves and just change my valve springs every 15 hours or so. My bike has about 15 Hours on it and the left intake valve is starting to get tight and needs shimming. Just wondering what you guy think about kibblewhite verses stock with like PC springs. Thanks for any info
  3. What I want to do is Use the triple clamps, forks, shock and linkage from a 2002 RM 125. I think it will work but I wonder about the brake calipers and front number plate and fender?
  4. What I want to do is Use the triple clamps, forks, shock and linkage from a 2002 RM 125. I think it will work but I wonder about the brake calipers and front number plate and fender?
  5. Has anyone on here put Showa Forks or Shock on there RMZ 250, Could I used a set from RM 125 with 125 Triple Clamps, Would everthing line up, and What about Shock and Linkage? Any info would be greatly appreciated, Thanks
  6. Has anyone here ever used MCR Valving, thinking of going with them for Revalve on my RMZ 250.
  7. Does anyone run the Yoshimura TRC Pro Exhaust on there RMZ 250, how does it compare to others?