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  1. tokyonoodle

    2006 CRF250 Shroud Template

    Whats your email ? Ill send you the templates
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    Dual pipe?

    Which company supplies you with weights ?? It Shouldnt matter as the swingarm etc is all the same as the 04-05 and there is no Counter balancing weights or recommendations to only use Steel Sprockets / Heavy Chains on them. Where does the differnce in weight come in to play that isnt on the 04 05 ??
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    Dual pipe?

    A lot of guys at the track are running single pipes on their 06-07's. They claim they produce more HP's this way. I know Bills Pipes make a single for the 06
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    Exhaust bolt stuck...Grrrrr!

    Same thing happened on my ti-4 a couple of months back. Whipped out the dremel and put a slit in it then managed to get it out with a Flathead. Replaced the bolt with one from a bmx brake setup. Worked a treat
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    How many of u went from 450 to 250

    Ive never owned a 450 but ride my mates quite often. I find (especially on trails ) that I can ride my 250 much quicker than the 450. Also I like being able to race through the gears.
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    Custom Graphics (work in progress)

    Cheers but I like the star. When the graphics are cut it will have that falling off the shroud look. Think I will replace that star with the monster graphic :thumbsup:
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    Custom Graphics (work in progress)

    After your thoughts on these. Cant decide whether I have gone a bit overboard with the decals. Tried to keep it to the products I use. The only one I dont is Elf Oils. Always loved that logo Scale etc has ot been finalised yet but ill get there eventually Also Color is off as I have converted it.
  8. Hey all. Just went to shim my inatkes and discovered that one of the lifter buckets is sitting pretty tight. It took a really good pull with some rubber gripped gloves to get it out and takes a pretty good push to get her back in. Had a close look and nothing appears to be jammed in there. Anyone had this problem before ?? Will it be safe to ride ??
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    Interesting Chat with Machine Shop

    Hey all. Recently had The seats cut in my 05 CRF 250 Head at a highly recomended machine shop. When I dropped the head in the Engineer Said "Nooo not a CRF Head youre Kidding me" (Sarcastic). He tells me he gets 5 CRF Heads to every other manufacturer. Now in the area in which I live the majority of bikes are eithier Yamaha or KTM so its not due to numbers. Please note that this is by no means a slag on our great CRF's nor do I intend to spark any massive Debate. Just found it interesting. For the record I will be sticking with Honda Regardless
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    Fitting Valves

    I was a bit low on cash when I did my valves so I made my own spring compressor out of a G Clamp and an old socket which I cut the sides out of. Cost me $ 5
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    Carb tear down.

    Hey all About to pull my carb apart (first time). Ready to give her a good clean out and check for wear. Is there any tip you all have on this procedure ? Also I hear a few people talking about reseting Float etc. Will this be necessary and if so how is it done ? Cheers in advance
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    Attempting Dry Rebuild

    Thanks Guys ! Much Appreciated. Heading out to the workshop now to get started.
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    Anyone used a Decibel Dawg?

    Have you considered the Pro Circuit quiet inserts ? Dont know what there like but have heard they quiten em down a bit.
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    Attempting Dry Rebuild

    Hey all. Attempting my first Dry Rebuild Tomorrow. Spent countless hours researching this through the search function and have discovered some great tips. However I cannot seem to find a step by step guide (need one im rather nervous!) Can anyone direct me to a post Which may help me further ?? Cheers!
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    Problems with new Top End

    Has your cam chain come off the countershaft sprocket ??
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