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About Rudd

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  1. I bought a stock exhaust from a kx450 for $75 on ebay. Seems to work good.
  2. I have used the rekluse auto clutch on a sx250 and it worked great, especially for the trails. It keeps running when you fall and is easy to get going again. Once it was installed properly I never had to touch it again.
  3. I have not had any problems with my 06.
  4. In the dirt rider mag they did it test on air filter oils and cleaners. In the test rock oil had a filter oil that washed off with only water. Sounds great to me but can't find where to buy it.
  5. You can get them on ebay for $1789 with free shipping.
  6. I would take a look at the kxf250. That is a good handling bike that is very fast. I would imagine you will get a different answer on what bike to get depending on the forum you post the question.
  7. In the manual it calls for 90 octane.
  8. I am suprised you decided to switch to the 06 yz250f after kaw did all the major changes on thier bike. I was going to buy the 06 yz250f also but my kaw dealer was $600 cheaper after my trade in of my 04 SX250. I am sure the yami will have a great bike but I have to say it will be tough to beat the kaw. I took mine out to the track yesterday and it handles great. The suspension is the best I have riden. The bike revs out quick. Should be a good shootout this year.
  9. I agree with vntgmx. I broke my 06 kxf in and took it to the track yesterday. I was impressed, it revs out quick and handles great. The suspension was the best I have ridden with. My last bike was an 04 SX250 but I have owned an RM250 and KX250's in the past. I especially noticed how well the suspension works through the whoops. My brother has a 04 yz250f which I also like, but I have to say the kawasaki is better in every department.
  10. Go to to check it out.
  11. The twin pipes are a lot shorter so I think they will get bent up a lot less often than one larger silencer. Look at how much further a single silencer sticks out.