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  1. I had problems with one of their tanks on my 04. The right side mounting bracket wanted to occupy the same space as the tab for the harness plug. I sent it back. If I try another I'll go with Clarke.
  2. Clearing the cache does not fix whatever the issue is. I've tried using IE, Chrome, and Firefox. Something on the last update screwed the site up.
    Nice not stalling, and I like I can still use my clutch. The engagement of it takes getting used to.
    295cc with NSC plating with pump gas/more power everywhere porting. Included a forged Wossner piston.
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    295cc big bore with NSC plating. Came with Wossner forged piston. Chose the pump gas/more power everywhere porting package.
  4. I believe 04-05 KX250F forks are open cartridge 48mm KYBs, so they should swap over. I think in 06 they went to 47mm Showas, which would require new triples.
  5. This is s pretty good resource for tracks and trails:
  6. I don't know if he did the port work on my 295 kit, but somebody at Millennium did a great job with it! I may end up sending y'all my ZR550 one day to punch it out to 615 and plate the cylinders if the cost isn't too bad.
  7. I use the Geigerrig Rig 500 Citrus. I had the inline filter system on it for awhile, but since I never actually used it to refill trail side I put the non-filter line back on it for better water pressure. The filter adds a bit of back pressure to the system. The pack itself is a little small if you want to carry tools or spare gas, but otherwise I think it's pretty awesome. I wouldn't go back to a non-pressurized bladder after having one. My riding bud uses one of their pressurized bladders in his el cheapo Wal-Mart bag. I've often thought about getting the American Kargo Turbo 2.0 pack and putting one of the larger Geigerrig bladders in it, only because I've got their Trooper backpack for street riding and it's a seriously quality pack and I love the front fastening system.
  8. I had Millennium Technologies do a 295 big bore with more power everywhere/pump gas at the end of last year after I trashed my piston and I've got to say I'm at a 90/10 split on how I like it. When I'm fresh or mostly fresh I love it, when I'm tired it gets me into trouble. It hits much harder off the bottom than I'm used to, and my old crutch of riding a gear high when I'm tired doesn't work as effectively as it did before. But I ride trails not motocross - a lot of 1st and 2nd gear stuff interspersed with 4th and 5th gear blasts through sand whoops, depending on where I'm at. So, Millennium did a great job. The bike makes a lot more power in the lower and mid range then it did before, top end is around the same if not slightly better. I'm still getting used to it, and I geared the front sprocket up a tooth to tame it out a bit. It's not as arm socket stretching as my buddy's 450, but it still rips, especially when you find traction...
  9. Because it's gold. I do like my PMB kickstand!
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    Super mega awesome ok.
    Super mega awesome ok.
  11. Pro tip for eBay, craigslist, and many search engines is to put a minus symbol (without a space) in front of results you don't want to see. For example if you wanted to search for KX250 stuff but not KX250F stuff, you could search like so: "2004 KX250 brake -KX250F" And it would filter out all results with KX250F in them. If you go to craigslist, you can simply search: "-Harley" And it will remove any listing with Harley in your search results. You can use multiple filters like so: "2004 KX250 brake -KX250F -rotor -pads -bolt" You can really filter it down if too much fluff is coming up in your search. Of course, you are still dependent on whoever put the listing up to have used the correct info in the first place...