Ridered15

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  1. Here's my newest dinger! And here's my pitbike. I just installed a yoshi carbon pipe and it roars now!
  2. Supercross

    I was grinning from ear to ear after hearing dungey say that..Props to dungey for speaking his mind! GO DUNGEY!
  3. This is my pitbike! it aint much but it gets the job done =] just to show a view from my house.
  4. ok thanks, for all the input. I will deff. be looking into buying the OEM service manual. Thanks again, Donnacha
  5. Is there a difference between the OEM service manual found on Ebay (such as this one http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/L-K-OEM-HONDA-SERVICE-MANUAL-CRF250R-04-07_W0QQitemZ200182133606QQihZ010QQcategoryZ34237QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem ) than the owners manual that comes with the bike? I'm looking for the book with every part number and a diagram of each part assembly. Is the Hanes manual better than the OEM manual (material and pic. quality wise)?? P.S. I have family in the US so having anything shipped to there is not a problem. Thanks for hanging in with all these questions.
  6. I am lookin into purchasing a shop manual for my CRF250R 2007 and the closest manual i could find is this http://www.haynes.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&storeId=10001&productId=42365&langId=-1 It says its for 2004 - 2006. My question is, Is there that much of a difference between the 06 and 07? would this book work or is there one out there for the 07. your input is greatly appreciated,
  7. In one of the motocross magazines(October issue) in the UK there was a little bulletin saying that Fro Systems is coming out with a neck brace that offers the same level of protection as the Leatt Neck Brace but at a more affordable price. it says it weight 300 grams which is lighter than the magazine and the going price is 160 pound (unsure what that is in dollars) I have never seen one, so dont know what the design is like or quality. Maybe you all have all ready heard of it on the other side of the pond. I thought it was quite interesting.
  8. Heres one, its notin big. I did have it back at about 15 feet and it looked way cooler.
  9. I'm 17 and i still take the easy route out. What I find works great is going to the local pub and as i like to refer to as "borrowing with out returning" a crate that the glass bottles come in. i put a plank of wood across the top and it works great to sit at bike level to work at or flip it on its side and presto you have a bike stand. Or i just built 3 stands for my little pit bikes with wood lying around which was free and easy to build.
  10. I built a little ramp with some spare wood that was lying a round and mine came out ok. Deff. strong enough to withstand bike + rider'
  11. I bought 3 sets of gear from them. That's 3 helmets, 3 jerseys, 3 sets of gloves and 3 pairs of pants(around $1500 all together). I received them quick in one very large box. Every thing was the correct size and color. I actually got lucky and the customs didn't check it. So no import TAX. I am one very satisfied customer and recommend them to anyone.
  12. Supercross

    Dungey for sure, went to school with him and he got me hooked on motocross. Also I met Mike Brown at a supercross race in Ireland which was cool, Its was the "yank" vs the "wanks" in the final. Just kidding it was the home boy Gordan Crockard(450 4 stroke) vs Mike Brown(250 4stroke) and Mike came out on top. Ben Towney's also a fav because I saw his last race before he went over to the states.
  13. See I was hoping to go see the national races and hopefully meet up with some old friends. I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to get into the sport as well. Well maybe there is another track nearby that is open for practice. thank for all the comments and views of opinions.
  14. Hello all!! I really need your help asap. I am planning on riding at the unadilla amateur mx in the C class. The only thing is that this will be my first race EVER. Its really just a way for me to finally getting into the sport of motocross after watching from the side lines for over 6 years. So this is where i need your help. I have the bike taken care of. I am getting a bike(CRF250R) in P.A. because my dad lives there and as you can see on the left I live in Ireland. so now I need a list of everything I will need to get or purchase for the race. here is what i have so far and please feel free to add on it will be much appreciated. -CRF250R -I will try and get the motorbike shop where I'm purchasing from to re valve the suspension, if there is time.(do you all really think this is necessary for a C class race?) -u-haul to get the bike from A-B -a jerry can for petrol. -prob. will be staying at a cheap motel.(will i be able to get out of the grounds upon arriving or will it be jammed packed?) -what spare parts will I need(i.e. brake and clutch levers and tires)and how many? There are parts stores at the event so if anything is needed at the last min. will I be able to get it there? -I have the gear except for boots because I have a pitbike.I will be purchasing the boots. -do I need a AMA member card, because it is an AMA sanctioned event or is it possible to get a one day race pass. and please fell free to add anything or give me any suggestions. Here's a link to the event info http://www.unadillamx.com/mx/amateurclassic-07.htm Thank you for taking the time to read this and I appreciate your help!
  15. thats pretty funny that Ride-2-live has 199 posts at the moment.