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  1. luckystar64

    High End Pitbike Questions

    I’m an ex 125 racer, but at 50– I’m having a ball on my 150F, and I plan to run my ‘86 KX125 in the vintage races. Get a 150F or KLX140. You can’t run a 150R in any pit bike race. The races will sometimes have a trail bike and/or Vet class you should be able to run the bigger mini in. —L*64
  2. luckystar64

    New Kx65 project

    Been there and done that before with a KX65. The bike was fast on wide open tracks, but the power delivery, and cramped ergos made it difficult to ride. It would get smoked by the torquey four stroke proper pit bikes. I ran a a Fox shock done by PR2 Suspension (6.1 spring rate for my 150lbs.). I went with a .34 rate up front even though that was slightly light for my weight. The reason being is that you’ll ride with your weight further back than a kid would. Did a clean up port job, reeds, and a Pro Circuit pipe. Get the Moose racing 1/2 inch rearset pegs too. I had 10mm added to the shifter by cutting it and welding a piece of steel in. —L*64
  3. luckystar64

    New to the world of CRF150F.

    Yep. Got it. The cannister is decent, (which is mainly what I needed) but the heat shield is all bent up, and I needed that too. It's $45 from the dealer which is partially why I wanted your exhaust. Oh well-- at least I got a decent cannister out of it anyway. Thanks! --L*64
  4. luckystar64

    New to the world of CRF150F.

    Do you want to sell the stock exhuast? I’m not in dire need, butI could use i it for my stocker 150F. —L*64
  5. luckystar64

    New to the world of CRF150F.

    What kind of shape is that stock exhaust in? I could use one that isn’t beat up. I crash a lot, and mine are all dented. -L*64
  6. luckystar64

    My new CRF230/150F homologation project. Opinions?

    I was holding off because I thought a new bike was coming out. I was going to see if they were going to work on the new model that isn’t happening. Now it’s back to monkeying with the bikes I already have. And boy is moving a nightmare! —L*64
  7. luckystar64

    New to the world of CRF150F.

    Take the rear linkage apart, and clean/grease the bearings. It'll need it. Get a 150R front fender and the 4 washers. It mounts right up. If you read my CRF150F/230F homologation thread, there's alot of good info there. I also have an '05 150F that I ride the hell out of. I actually prefer it to the 230, but I race the 150/230F because it has better power obviously. I have some plans for the 150F including a 230 carb and air boot. --L*64
  8. luckystar64

    My new CRF230/150F homologation project. Opinions?

    Well! Haven’t been here in awhile due to 1) Me selling my house and moving, which was a huge pain in the @$$, and 2) I was thinking that Honda was bringing out a new bike for 2019. I’m mostly done moving, I’m functioning in my new set up, and Honda isn’t bringing out a new bike. Soooo- I guess I’ll keep working with these bikes! Stay tuned for the black ProWheel rim lace up project that’s coming up. Really thinking about the rear disc brake conversion now too. —L*64
  9. luckystar64

    Goodbye to My Trail-Making Companion

    Sad to hear. I lost my beloved Missy pig last year. I’ve sold my house and moved since. I only stayed out of (Cleveland, Ohio) County so not to have a hassle over her. I’m now back in county after 15 years. I guess it’s part of having pets unfortunately. My condolences. —L*64
  10. luckystar64

    2019 CRF230F

    So the bikes are back again in 2019?? Same as they were in 2017?? I guess I may be looking into that rear disc brake setup again?? I was hoping for a new bike, but I’m having a ball on the bikes I have in all honesty. -L*64
  11. luckystar64

    Crf150 with EO 225 kit harescramble race

    Looks like fun. Was there a KLX125 up in there too? Looked like a grown man on a KX85 in the beginning? Hahahaha! --L*64
  12. It comes with three gears. The ones that will wear out when kicking a hi-comp engine. My 150F is staying stock since I did the 150/230F project, so I won't need the heavy duty gears. My bike has more than 800 hours on it, and the stock gears are still perfectly fine. --L*64
  13. luckystar64

    Addicted to Powder Coating / Fork Lowers

    Yep. I bet it is. I thought about doing my fork lowers black, and I like my bikes to LOOK nice, but it'll have to wait until I have to forks apart for maintenance. --L*64
  14. luckystar64

    Addicted to Powder Coating / Fork Lowers

    Looks good! I'd have anodized them as they're aluminum though. --L*64
  15. luckystar64

    Specs on a 2003 CRF150F

    I have a set of Coeshow kickstart gears if you DO go this route. I want to sell them. --L*64
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