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About skidooboy

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  1. where are you getting the 12 tooth sprocket? Ski
  2. did a search, most are for the older xc-f platforms, still looking for help for 17-18 xcf250. looking for woods gearing suggestions. seems like you could go up to 52 on the rear to help the lugging and longer gear feeling in 1st-3rd in the tighter stuff. but, from what I gather... having a 13 on the front stock doesn't help us, as going to a 12 tooth makes for a tight front wrap. and going to the 52 on the rear, sounds like you wear the rear chain guide. any options for lowering the chain guide, or is this not an issue? any other gearing suggestions. thanks for the help in advance. Ski
  3. checking on the devol site, the transformer does not appear to fit the 17-18 250fx, from what I read in the fitment chart. can someone verify if this will fit the 18 250fx. would be a great option for those that need close to an inch lower. Ski
  4. only you can answer the question. is it worth you being permenantly disabled? i would hate to be placed in that position, and i truely feel for you. i love bikes but, if it were ride and possibly be disabled the rest of my life, i might make a choice to be alittle more conservative. you could always be around the sport, just in a different capacity, mechanic, track design, trainer ect... only you can make that decision. good luck. hope things turn out well for you. ski
  5. less than one week to go, we will be riding both days, saturday and sunday. come to the track and get your slide on. ski
  6. ttt, looks like the "BIG DAY" is the 20th (saturday), a few of us will still be around possibly for sunday as well. just over 2 weeks away. lets ride!!! ski
  7. TTT, just off the phone with steve the track owner, he will be grooming the dirt section with the bobcat for us. gonna be a fun weekend. come on down. ski
  8. 1 month to go, anyone else planning on going? lots of time to make plans and get kitchen passes if you need them. ski
  9. over 140 views and one person interested in attending? come on guys, show your support for local riding. ski
  10. anyone elses? where is everyone that is always asking where to ride??? ski
  11. thanks josh, looking forward to this weekend. stop by and say hi, white legend trailer, red snap on tools awning, 2-3 yamahas. mine is #128 blue with graves componants and mag wheels. ski
  12. just buy the graves spacer, drilling and tapping the swingarm is easy, doesnt effect anything, and they last along time. i am on my third season with my 06 with a graves block. trimmin tires, adding spacers to the sprocket, is alot more work with alot higher probabilty of a failure, and that failure will be expensive. and when you really look at it, the expense for the graves block isnt that much more than sourcing your own spacers and it looks factory not cobbled. a little chain rub on the tire is not a big deal but, you dont want the chain to come into contact with your wheel. that is the common problem with the 17" wheels on the hondas. our yamahas have alot better clearance. i have ran 170 series dunlop and michelin slicks on my yzf, with both spoke and mag wheels (up to 5" wide rims) with no tire or wheel contact using the graves block. be forewarned, the graves block is made for the aluminum framed bike of 06 and newer units. it will fit the steel framed units but you will have to trim it to fit the angled swing arm. ski
  13. ttt, have a few weeks to plan for this guys, lets have a great turnout. wheres all the guys that usually are asking for days like this? ski
  14. we need a fix for this badly. i want to street ride my yz something awful. i'm waiting to hear how you guys fix this before i do anything. ski
  15. the above link appears for the older steel frame units. doubtfull the stator would work for the aluminum frames most of us are trying to get this to work on. ski