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  1. rcsteve86

    Raising handlebar options?

    Thanks for the heads up:confused:
  2. rcsteve86

    Raising handlebar options?

    arcturner....ouch! Thanks for the replies. I also have looked at applied racing bar mounts. According to my local shop the hex bolt oversize mounts should work with the stock triple clamps and bars.
  3. rcsteve86

    Raising handlebar options?

    thanks for the response guys, do you know what the bend on the stock bars are? Dimensions maybe?
  4. I'm looking to raise the bars a little on my 07 yz250f. Are there replacement mounts that will work with the stock bars, or should I just get new bars? Thanks in advance
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    Movie i mad from last track day

    sweet video!! the dude on the white yamaha is a total badass!!
  6. I'm lucky enough to be able to live at home while going to a university. I had the opportunity to move away, but decided that by living at home I could keep my current job, and still have time for the things I love to do. I work extra hrs. during the summer at the machine shop in order to build up some extra money to have during the school year. That way, I can spend the time I need to get good grades (I can't live at home unless I have a B average), have time to go riding, surfing, snowboarding, etc., and while only working like 25 hrs./wk. I watch every penny I spend. Moving away to college is very expensive. Just my 2 cents
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    I greased my 07 yz250f right after I got it a few weeks ago. I greased the steering head, front wheel, rear shock linkage, swingarm, and I packed a little grease into the rear axle behind the axle spacers, as the rear wheel bearings seemed to be sealed. Transworld mx has a few good articles on how to do each of these things that were pretty good. Also, I lubed the clutch, throttle, and hot start cables with cable lube. http://www.transworldmotocross.com/mx/how_to/article/0,13190,1012822,00.html http://www.transworldmotocross.com/mx/how_to/article/0,13190,670756,00.html Hope this helps
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    Stainless steel re-usable oil filter???

    I've been using the crt performance filter. I haven't used the scott's so I can't compare, but it's always worked good for me. It was also a lot cheaper than the scotts filter.