wnyoutlaw

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About wnyoutlaw

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    New York
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    flat track, supermoto, hare scrambles
  1. I was there, what a blast!
  2. just sold my 05 125l, had a ton of mods, $2,000.00
  3. http://s114.photobucket.com/albums/n256/wnyoutlaw/?action=view&current=IMG_2697.jpg
  4. I think your buddy is right. Same thing happened to me. Once the holes in the hub become a little elongated, it's junk. I ended up replacing the hub. We race flat track and change gearing alot.
  5. Quote: Originally Posted by wnyoutlaw View Post http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...w/IMG_2693.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...w/IMG_2696.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...w/IMG_2697.jpg Nice bikes!!! What steering damper do you run? That looks like the type of setup I am interested in. WER steering dampers
  6. Originally Posted by wnyoutlaw View Post http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...w/IMG_2693.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...w/IMG_2696.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...w/IMG_2697.jpg Where is ur silencer on ur 250? I put a shifter-kart silencer on it made by RCE. Gives it more on top for flat track racing. It comes out straight from the pipe, just above the swing arm.
  7. http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n256/wnyoutlaw/IMG_2925.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n256/wnyoutlaw/IMG_2926.jpg
  8. http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n256/wnyoutlaw/IMG_2693.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n256/wnyoutlaw/IMG_2696.jpg http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n256/wnyoutlaw/IMG_2697.jpg
  9. Here's some pics of my Ron Wood intake like flattrack13 was talking about. It's on my 05 crf450r that we use for flat track.
  10. We went to edgemx on 3/23. I was surprised about how many bikes were there on a Friday. Classes were broken down to 65/85, novice, and am/ex. My son rode his highly modified drz125 and had no problems running with the big bikes. I'd say a 250f would be the perfect size. The overhead door was open so it was well ventilated but cool inside. My son could make the biggest jump if he hit it just right. He had a blast. We actually left a little early because he was beat from riding so much. You only sit maybe 10 minutes and your right back out there again. We're definitely going back!
  11. Just bolted up a 95 kx100 rear shock to my 05 drz125. I had to add two 1/16 washers to the top mount to take up some slack. The spring is extremely close to the bottom linkage, but it does clear. The linkage and swing arm are from the drz125. The new shock has been rebuilt for a 130 lb rider. Like everyone knows, the chain roller will have to be re-positioned. I have a pair of 92 kx80 forks being rebuilt, then it should be good to go.
  12. Found out a brand new one costs about $135.00. Guess I'll just buy a new one. By the way, I took my drz125 to the shop today and they did a leak-down test on it. They said it wasn't leaking anything past the rings, valves etc. I thought I would have to freshen it up, but it's good to go. The 150 big-bore kit has held up surprisingly well. This thing gets used/abused alot, too. Supermoto, hare scrambles, flat track, motocross, trail riding. Lots of time on this motor. I am going to put a new cam chain on it, and a clutch kit. Other than that, just the usual chain and sprockets, tires, etc. I am very happy with this bike!
  13. Thanks for the offer, I'd really like to run it stock for this upcoming 5-race series, then go back to the big bore kit. I'm going to check my local dealer and see how much a new cylinder costs.
  14. I have a Haulmark 6 x 14 enclosed, year 2000. No problems at all and it tows very well.
  15. I've got a 150 kit in ours. One of our favorite local tracks is starting a new class, 80-125cc 4-stroke. Just trying to be legal! Check the track out at www.racingtt.net