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  1. BillSkinzFifth

    Chaparral motorsports

    Ok- I have to jump on the bandwagon. I have only been to Chaparral Motorsports twice and I will NEVER go again. They are HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! Don't waste time or money on them. Incompetence runs rampant in there all the way up to the store manager. I'd go into detail of what happened, but it's a long story and everyone here already seems to know how bad they are. I just wanted to add to the negs against them in hopes that the sheer number of complaints will stop any new shopper from wasting time and money at Chaparral Motorsports. jEFf
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    06 drz exhaust??

    Check out the BBR stuff. I have a friend who put one on an '06 TTR 125 and it made a world of difference. I am considering getting one for my girlfriend's bike. She has an '06 DRZ125L. The BBR stuff seems to be custom made for the DRZ http://www.bbrmotorsports.com/Products/Products.htm j
  3. I had the same dilemma when I was looking for a bike. Ultimately, I bought the 06 WR250 and haven't regretted it for a second. The pros of having a green sticker, headlight [if you need it], electric starter, and kickstand well outweigh going for the slightly harder hitting YZ in my book. Besides, you can do the YZ mods to the WR and really wake it up. That way you pretty much get the best of both worlds. Unless you only plan on riding tracks, the WR seems to be the better choice for the all around rider. I also chose the 250 over the 450 because of the weight difference. If you know how to ride well, you can keep up with any 450 except for maybe on a dry lake flat out.
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    who has a new 06

    I got mine abou 1 1/2 months ago. I rode it once stock, which was good, then had the YZ throttle screw installed, the grey mod done and uncorked the exhaust. Now it's GREAT! For a 250, it's pretty powerful and moves me around with ease.