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      JUST IN!   07/18/2018

      Video: 2019 Yamaha YZ250F Features & Benefits 


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About abezzant

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  1. I have an ARC jacket and it works great because the sleeves can come off and you can open up the vent in the back. I love it.
  2. To make a quick comment on what Beerad is trying to say. "Scientific" tests can be performed in a way to come up with whatever end result you want (to a point of course). The real test is one that mirrors what you really experience while riding. I've ridden with a lot of different bars over the years and can tell you that the 7/8" Renthals don't feel like they flex as much as the Pro-Tapers. In fact, my brother and I bought the exact same bike and I have Pro-Tapers and he has Renthals. When riding back to back you can tell that the Pro-Tapers take a lot of the harshness out of the ride. I swear by the Easton Pro-Tapers and it's a shame their being discontinued. Hopefully the new EVO bar is just as good.
  3. I have been running Tusk D-Flex with extremely good luck. I am running them on my big bars which utilize a solid mounting clamp instead of a two piece system like the 7/8". I have put them to the test many times and they haven't broken yet. A huge thumbs up for TUSK.
  4. I have a tusk clutch kit in my bike and I am completely happy with it. The Tusk clutch is every bit as good as EBC's. You can't go wrong for the money.
  5. My wife has a 03 CRF150 and I have the same problem. I have to start it for her when it's cold, but once it's warm it fires up great. Despite all of this I still think it's the best bike out there for a wife.
  6. I have Attack Graphics on my bike and they have been great! I've ran other stuff and I don't see a difference. The YZ250F's can be a pain to install, but you'll run into the same problem with any brand you try. You just have to be patient with them.
  7. Attack graphics is the way to go. I have some on my bike and they have lasted forever. For $30 you can't go wrong.