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  1. Yeah, but the who wants the 1098 (base model) with small breaks and week suspension? I mean... If your going to buy a 1098... you might as well buy the "S". If your going to do it...do it right, I think Jcolborn has the right idea but the Monster in the back ground does fit the black and white. You had to have taken a piture of all three of them???
  2. So I just rebuilt the top end on my yz250 (two-stroke). I took it out this weekend and everything started fine it ran great until I entered the high end of the powerband and all of a sudden it just died. Its like the electrical or plug just would quit firing because as soon as the bike would stop I would kick it and it would start up fine. So I ran the bike all day just as the powerband would hit. I took the carb apart to see if anything was stuck or loose and that part of the bike is fine. Any suggestions before I tear the whole thing apart. I'm guessing its the plug or electrical. Thanks
  3. Nothing better than a slightly loamy corner in the desert sand!
  4. Its a cool picture.... Although Dude, if your going to do a photo shoot for Dirt Rider or Motocross Magazine, Loose the Chestprotector!!! haha AND Unless or course your filming a shoot for Camelback. The mouth piece is a nice detail. Just kidding Dude, you rode well and this is a great shot. Your cameraman
  5. I run open desert stuff most of the time. My bike has a 13 front and and 46 rear. I want to get a bit more hit on the bottom. This weekend is the 6 hour at Glen Helen and would love some advise on the proper gearing. I need enough to feel strong but with high speeds. Although i don't need to go 80 like the desert. What do you think?
  6. I'm in the desert area of southern California. Lucurne, Red Mtn. These are the main race areas. On a side note I totally understand the Q2 and sound. It is a loosing battle, thats why I ride 90% with the Q. Thanks
  7. So I have raced the bike a few times and there are two issues that I need to fix. 1. The bike "pops" when I back off the power. What jets to use or position of needle. I use a FMF power bomb and Q2. I plan on getting more open pipes for closed course but if no sound you bet I open the pipe up. What other FMF pipe should I put on it while were here. 2. I melted the barrell on Q2. The guys there said the bike is running too hot. What do you think? How do I cool the bike down a bit? Would the Jets be doing that?