DezRaCeR249

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About DezRaCeR249

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    riding desert
  1. i have a 2004 wr 450 and i have had it since it was new and i took off the rear shock and linkage today and went to replace the seals and grease the bearing. I could not get the seals out for anything! they seemed like the rubber was hardened and i tried and tried but nothing. the bearing grease also was hard. what would you suggest on getting them out? also in the seals are there metal like rings that are inside the seal itself? thanks a picture to show what im talking about
  2. i have a 2004 wr 450 and i have had it since it was new and i took off the rear shock and linkage today and went to replace the seals and grease the bearing. I could not get the seals out for anything! they seemed like the rubber was hardened and i tried and tried but nothing. the bearing grease also was hard. what would you suggest on getting them out? also in the seals are there metal like rings that are inside the seal itself? thanks a picture to show what im talking about
  3. i have a z 400, its all stock except the exhaust spark arrestor insert is removed. i hadnt rode it in a while about 5 months so i tried to start it up. the battery was dead so i just jumper started it and it wouldnt start. it would just turn over but no start. so i took the carb off and cleaned everything out, the main jet and pilot jets and everything. put it all back together and it started up except when i have throttle half way or more it cuts out and runs terrible. i puylled carb off again to clean main jet and it still does the same thing it idles and runs good just 1/4 throttle or so? i just dont know anymore, something with battery or what. Help me out. Thanks guys
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    i have a z 400, its all stock except the exhaust spark arrestor insert is removed. i hadnt rode it in a while about 5 months so i tried to start it up. the battery was dead so i just jumper started it and it wouldnt start. it would just turn over but no start. so i took the carb off and cleaned everything out, the main jet and pilot jets and everything. put it all back together and it started up except when i have throttle half way or more it cuts out and runs terrible. i puylled carb off again to clean main jet and it still does the same thing it idles and runs good just 1/4 throttle or so? i just dont know anymore, something with battery or what. Help me out. Thanks guys
  5. hahah thats what i thought to but i just stared tring to do it
  6. yeah thats right it took me awhil to want to do a heelclicker...i didn't just go off the jump and do it..it took me awhile to get use to jumping cause i never really jump i mostly race in the desert
  7. yeah the first couple times it was pretty ruff on my muscles they were pretty tight so i decided to stretch em out before i pulled them in the air and then something pretty "cool" happen
  8. yeah i know i just got a little more to go...im not flexible enough right now and i just gotta keep trying...ill touch them
  9. yeah i just started doin big no footers upwards towards the handelbars and just started putting my legs up higher and higher and i finally got it...a good thing is also to get pretty high off the seat and close to the handelbars
  10. me doin a heelclicka also look at these videos of me
  11. Heres a couple videos and pictures of me doin a heelclicka...comment them please!!!!!!!!
  12. friend crashing... funny stuff
  13. i have a drz sm and i am looking for a new rear tire other than the dunlop d208..for some reason it didn't last me very long so i am looking for a more mileage tire...I can only run the 140 width cause the chain would slap the tire if i went any wider...let me know what you guys are running...thanks
  14. how is that done
  15. I have a drz400e that is converted to supermoto and the chain slaps the side of the tire. The chain is not to tight or to loose but it still rubs at times. Is there a guard they make to protect the chain from hitting the tire.