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  1. had my boy on an RM85 and KX100 before moving up to a CR250. both were great bikes. built a lot of confidence and it was the best move ever [emoji1303]
  2. went through the same ordeal, tried everything with the Mikuni. finally swapped to the airstryker from JD and ran perfect since then.
  3. a lot of work/clutch to get the power down and will have to carry a lot of speed. been there, with an 02 CR125 to an 01 CR250 ... never went back
  4. Nice! Had my 01 for 15 years and still runs like a champ !!! [emoji1303]
  5. just be careful if you try to bend the radiator back. made a mistake and tried to bend it back, causing the radiator to leak ... and had to purchase another one.
  6. hey all, noticed gear oil leaking from the left side cover. pulled the cover off and see oil coming from the hole underneath the flywheel. checked again by leaning the bike to the left, and sure enough, it is definitely gear oil. not sure where to start? is it the left crank seal, clutch actuator arm shaft seal? was gonna ride it today, but not sure if the leak would cause major issues. i have attached a picture, which i found here on the forum, thanks!
  7. definitely check the pilot jet, it may be clogged.
  8. hey all, need to replace the clutch basket. can i get away with only removing the right-side clutch cover? Or, will need to remove the entire crankcase cover? thanks! 2006 KX100
  9. hey all, i may be moving to the seattle area this summer. there are tons of information with places to ride/camp - do you know where is the closest place to seattle to ride dirtbikes? being able to camp there is a huge plus.
  10. nice bike, congrats!
  11. do it and post up some pics!
  12. nice, i had a z-start pro in my 04 yz250 and it worked like a champ. never had an issue with it.
  13. had an 01 cr250 and 04 yz250. i was lazy with the cr250 so it wasnt that great in the tight stuff, but was solid in the desert. i put a lot in the yz250 and it did everything i wanted to do in the woods. BOTH are good bikes if you set it up properly. just dont expect it to be a perfect woods bike in stock form.
  14. Supercross

    i've been a stewart fan since his kx125 days. we enjoy watching him race whether or not he is in front of the pack or crashing bottom line is he sells tickets. tv coverage will follow that. heck both anaheim races were sold out.