trboblu74tii

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About trboblu74tii

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  1. Anybody run the TT mcct on there crf450r...
  2. I just installed the TT MCCT on my 05 crf250r.. and I was wondering is it normal for the main tensioner bolt to stick out this far... Just wondering because is seems to stick out, and it makes it a little harder too adjust the fuel screw.. My motor has less than 50hrs.. on her.. BTW I haven't fired her up yet!!! Thanks,Doug
  3. I just installed the TT MCCT on my 05 crf250r.. and I was wondering is it normal for the main tensioner bolt to stick out this far... Just wondering because is seems to stick out, and it makes it a little harder too adjust the fuel screw.. BTW I haven't fired her up yet!!! Thanks,Doug
  4. try checking the cam tenisoner, it might be bad
  5. What they said
  6. I run the K&N setup along with a PRECHARGER filter cover too keep out the fine particles...
  7. Way to expensive, waste of money... more for show.... I run the white brothers engine guard/skid plate... its all one piece and alot cheaper... I bought it off the thumper store....
  8. i have the TRS comp. system... i gained power throughout the entire powerband... and i trail ride.. it works out great... a little loud though, i installed the 94db.. and its still loud but alot better... Ride On..
  9. dude your better than me.... i cant jump that high yet... i just started riding this early fall... i guess i have to build up my skills... Doug crf250r
  10. I love my 05' no problems yet, except for human errors... i killed both of my radiator within a month.. first time riding my dirt bike... flatland racing guards are a plus... oh, yea get rid of the factory chain that it comes with it streches like a mo-fo... 04's and 06's got problems... hehe Buy an 05'
  11. next time i go riding i'm going to try 100 octane i'll prob. run so much smoother...
  12. Do I need to re-jet my carb.. I just installed a K&N filter... and noticed the it eliminates the backfire screen.... And if so what would be a good starting point to re-jet at... Currently running a full yoshi. TRS comp. exhaust/head pipe. fuel screw turned 1 3/4 turns out... Thanks,Doug P.S. i did do a search and nothng came up...
  13. you need to run bigger jets... here.... check this out USE THE LAST ONE: here you go: > > > Re: Jetting Settings > > Hey Ladys & Gents! > Just hooked up on this great site... > This info may help some, general info from Honda > Australia! (Note STD U Type may be different than > US, ED Type ETC) Still very good base settings! > When playing with mods & exhausts it's very > important to run these little babys on a nice > mixture, they don't like being LEAN... > > CRF 250X Competition Settings > > This information is meant as a guide only. Jetting > may need to be changed to suit extreme conditions > In standard trim as delivered the CRF produces > approximately 21 HP. > With a full race exhaust system fitted, airbox > opened up and rejetted the HP goes up to around > 31HP.(stage 3 including ECU mod) > > Stage 1 > > CRF 250X with Header and Exhaust restrictors removed > (note no airbox > modifications) > > Replace Main jet with a 142. (Standard 130) > Pilot 42 (standard 40) > Needle and clip position NCVT #3 (this is standard > setting) > Air screw 1.5 turns (std 2.25 turns) > > Summary: Remove exhaust restrictors, replace main > jet with a 142 and turn the > Mixture screw to one and a half turns. > > Stage 2 > > CRF 250X with race spec silencer and headers fitted > .(note no airbox > modifications) > > Replace Main jet with a 152. (Standard 130) > Pilot 42 (std 40) > Needle and clip position NCVT #3 (this is standard > setting) > Air screw 1.5 turns (std.2.25 turns) > > Summary: Remove original exhaust and replace with > complete Race Specification > System. Replace main jet with a 152 and turn the > mixture screw to one and a > half turns. > > Stage 3 > > CRF 250X with Complete Racing Specification Exhaust > fitted. Plus Top of > airbox removed on moulded line. > > Replace Main jet with a 160 (Standard 130) > Pilot 42 (standard 40) > Needle and clip position NCUT #3 (this is standard > setting) > Air screw 1.5 turns (std 2.25 turns) > > Summary: Remove original exhaust, replace with > complete Race specification Exhaust system. Replace > main jet with a 160 and turn the mixture screw to > one and a half turns. Remove the top of the airbox. > There is a line moulded into the top of the airbox. > Cut along this line. > Change the ECU wiring harness as per the CRF 250X > bulletin. > Behind the left side cover there is a "natural" > colour main coupler .On the ECU side of this is a > Pink > wire. Underneath the pink wire is a blank terminal > plugged with a rubber > cap. Swap the positions of the Pink wire and rubber > cap. Reconnect the > coupler to the wiring harness.(in modified form ,the > Pink wire is not connected to any other wire.)
  14. No problems so, far except for first time rider error... i killed both radiators.. fell, recommend getting the Flatland racing guards... I have over 300 hrs. on my bike now... Installed a Yoshi TRS Comp. exhaust/header pipe.. adjusted the fuel screw... and weeeeeee..... I love my first dirt bike... i just crossed over from DH/Freeride mountain biking.. oh what fun... time to hit the manual bikes again for excercise..
  15. I love my yoshi TRS comp.. i little loud though, i finally got the 94 db insert it quited her down a little... i hella lot better than the stock restrictive pipe... After installing it i loved the gains, it woke my bike up, and i'm riding alot faster... this is my first dirt bike... i crossed over from DH/Freeride mountain biking... and soon to return to it for conditioning....