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brichter

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  1. brichter

    Honda CBR600F F4 (2000)

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    80k and never fails to start when I turn the key and hit the button.
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    Honda CBR600F F4 2000

    80k and never fails to start when I turn the key and hit the button.
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    Honda CR500R 1992

    The Hooligan bike. It's either spinning up the rear or lofting the front!
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    Honda CR500R (1992)

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    The Hooligan bike. It's either spinning up the rear or lofting the front!
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    Honda CR250R 2001

    Woods/single track Bike, Rekluse clutch.
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    Honda CR250R (2001)

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    Woods/single track Bike, Rekluse clutch.
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    Honda XR650R 2002

    Just like the other one, but it has a plate.
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    Honda XR650R (2002)

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    Just like the other one, but it has a plate.
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    Honda XR650R 2001

    The Pig, nothing more to say.
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    Honda XR650R (2001)

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    The Pig, nothing more to say.
  11. They're scared. They've never done anything in their life that's the least bit risky, and they can't imagine ever doing anything like that, because they'd drop a little round poop in their underwear and hide in the corner. They will live their lives never knowing what fun is, and what it's like to step outside the cocoon they live in and challenge themselves to accomplish something. I feel sorry for them, and made damn sure I didn't raise my daughter to be like that.
  12. On my last CR, I did the top and bottom end when I got it, then 4 top ends before I sold it. The first 2 top ends at 32:1 didn't last any longer than the 2 I ran at 40:1, and the bottom end was still tight when the guy that bought it from me did the next top end a year after he got it. More oil doesn't necessarily mean less wear. If it doesn't wear faster at 40:1 than it did at 32:1, then it doesn't need 32:1. The manufacturer always wants to err on the side of caution, and they sell more oil when you run 32:1. As far as more power, the less oil you run the more volume is available for fuel. More oil = leaner mixture for the same pilot/needle/jet size. At 32 or 40:1 it's not a huge difference but it is a difference, especially when you consider the best power is reached around 12.5:1 A/F ratio.
  13. Front disc guard helps keep the water/mud/sand/gravel from getting into between the front brake rotors & pads. Rear guard helps keep the rear rotor from getting bent by the occasional rock/tree/buddy's bike when you're rippin it up in the single track. Not sure ift hey have them at your auto parts store (never found them at mine), but All Balls makes them, shop around for about $15 for the set online. I got a non-bent rear subframe from eBay for $40. As others have said, 40:1 is cool for the premix. I'd be scared to run 50:1 on mine, but I ride it hard. If you're putting you could probably get away with it. Hell, if nothing else the smoke keeps the skeeters away...
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    Riders missing, staged from Randsburg

    Not the result I was hoping for... My condolences to the families and friends.
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    2000 CR500 wet nitrous GSS race port

    Sit on the tank, feet on the front fender. Bet the back end sure smokes a lot when he does that, though!:lol:
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