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  1. jp_king

    #40 leak jet part#???

    Anyone the part # for a #40 leak jet for the FCR carb???
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    '06 YZ 250F suspension

    WOW... look at all the trouble I've caused by posting this thread... I just want to thank you for all of your input... I went out 2 clicks on the fork (comp), and out 1/2 turn on the shock high speed comp, for starters. I'm gonna take 'er out this weekend for fine tuning. I held off on setting the sag till I have a few more hours on the bike, (only about 2 or 3 right now). But I DO know how to set the sag... and a hammer, punch, and tape measure should be about all I need... I guess I could take it to a dealership, an pay them $80 to use THEIR hammer, punch, and tape measure.
  3. I just got my '06 YZ 250F and, as you may know, the suspension is extremely stiff. I was wondering if anyone out there has had an '06 YZ 250F long enogh to have dialed in their suspension, or at least enough to give me a starting point. A little about myself... I am 5'8" 150-155lbs, I ride mainly on supercross/motocross style tracks with 65-70ft. doubles/triples being about the max on most tracks I ride on. If anyone about the same weight as I, could help me out that would be great, or even if you're a little heavier, as I prefer my suspension on the stiffer side. Again, I am only looking for a starting point to work from, as I haven't had my bike long enough to get into the suspension yet. Thanks
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    06 Yz 250f

    I just got my '06 YZ 250F and, as you may know, the suspension is extremely stiff. I was wondering if anyone out there has had an '06 YZ 250F long enogh to have dialed in their suspension, or at least enough to give me a starting point. A little about myself... I am 5'8" 150-155lbs, I ride mainly on supercross/motocross style tracks with 65-70ft. doubles/triples being about the max on most tracks I ride on. If anyone about the same weight as I, could help me out that would be great, or even if you're a little heavier, as I prefer my suspension on the stiffer side. Again, I am only looking for a starting point to work from, as I haven't had my bike long enough to get into the suspension yet. Thanks
  5. I just bought an '06 YZ 250F, and wanted to install an accelerator pump cover, to remedy the infamous bog when you snap open the throttle. I was just wondering if anyone has had experience with both the Boyesen quickshot and the R&D P-38 (or lightning??) I've heard the R&D is better because they make them specifically for each application, while the Boyesen is universal, but one of my friends has the Boyesen on his '04 CRF 250 and says it works great. Also any help on jetting my bike to cure that bog when you snap open the throttle. I'm a former 125 rider, so I have that quick snap of the wrist, and the bog is killing me, especially coming out of the berms. I changed pilot jet from 42(stock) to 45, and am running stock main jet (178) and everything else is stock (Fuel/air screw, AP timing, pipe, muffler). I live 330ft above sea level.
  6. I just bought an '06 YZ 250F, and wanted to install an accelerator pump cover, to remedy the infamous bog when you snap open the throttle. I was just wondering if anyone has had experience with both the Boyesen quickshot and the R&D P-38 (or lightning??) I've heard the R&D is better because they make them specifically for each application, while the Boyesen is universal, but one of my friends has the Boyesen on his '04 CRF 250 and says it works great. Also any help on jetting my bike to cure that bog when you snap open the throttle. I'm a former 125 rider, so I have that quick snap of the wrist, and the bog is killing me, especially coming out of the berms. I changed pilot jet from 42(stock) to 45, and am running stock main jet (178) and everything else is stock (Fuel/air screw, AP timing, pipe, muffler). I live 330ft above sea level.
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