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About jethro3645

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  1. 54 years young TC510 TC250 with Athena 310 kit Tricked out TTR125 now a 150
  2. 150 Big bore kit, lightened flywheel, YZ80 carburetor, Powroll cam, FMF exhaust, CR80 front suspension, Works Performance rear shock, Guts Racing tall seat
  3. I own a Auto Repair shop, I put my flywheel on my brake lathe and cut it down, but you dont cut the weights.
  4. I have a BBR 150 kit on my TTR with a YZ80 carb, I don't remember the jets that I had to use, but it works well.
  5. I have a YZ 80 carb on my 125 with the BBR 150 kit, had to cut the neck back to fit the intake boot, re-jetted it and works Great !
  6. I never understood all of the magazine reviews either, I just bought a very low hour 2006 TC250, It is stock except for a Leo Vince slip on pipe, My son has a 2008 RM-Z 250, has a 2009 head, Hot Cams, Leo Vince exhaust, very fast, I can stay right with him on a flat out drag race and I weigh 250 lbs. and it handles great ! My son said that if he knew the Husky was so nice he would have rather had it over his RMZ, Plus we both love the electric start.
  7. It is stiff, but getting better, have only ridden 2 times on it.
  8. 2008 RMZ250, 2009 head, Hot Cams, Leo Vince exhaust, Acerbis X-Seat
  9. TTR-125, BBR big bore kit with cam, Yz80 carburetor, CR80 Forks, BBR frame cradle, shifter, Lightened flywheel, Works Performance shock, FMF pipe, K&N air filter.
  10. I believe that they were about $135.00, but that was 3 years ago. You can go to XGX racing and get them
  11. I had a XGX graphics kit on my TTr for my daughter, it has flowers and butterflies
  12. My son has a 2007, I installed a 2009 head with Hot Cams, Leo Vince X3 pipe, runs stronger than a friends 2010, Suspension is stock, he weighs 180lbs.
  13. I have the same problem with my 2007, I installed new shift detents, springs for a 2009, and did not make much of a difference.
  14. I had to open my diameter up to fit, cut it open on a lathe