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  1. 1990 Honda Fourtrax 300 2wd Smokes after Timing chain replacement. I am mechinicalined however never replaced a chain before. The chain popped off so i figured it would be best to replace it due to age of motor. Replace chain and while reassembling I snapped a valve stem while putting on the head. I replaced the valve, finished assembling and fired it up. Ran the motor for about a minute and Blue smoke to no end. Will this settle out? Could it be the new valve not sitting correctly? Worn faulty valve seaL? Timing off? Something more menninising? Any thoughts would be helpful. Thanks.
  2. I currnetly own a Honda trx250ex 2006 I want to know if their any engine upgrades I can do to make it more aggresive going down a trail or for racing but I need to keep it under a 300cc.
  3. Well I got my wheeler up and running after 2 months of waiting on parts. After I got it broken in, i noticed the head gasket leaking. Well, it turned out to be a stripped valve cover bolt that ran from the cover all the way to the cylinder block. So i put a heli-coil in it, and when i was putting it all back together, another one stripped. Then another on the other side. I'm torquing them down to the spec 13ft-lbs. is this a common problem? Has anyone else had this issue?
  4. Honda has created a compact, affordable, trail-capable two-person side-by-side that works hard and plays hard. TIMMONSVILLE, SC - May 21, 2014 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - Following the successful launch of the revolutionary 2014 Pioneer™ 700 and Pioneer 700-4, Honda continues its side-by-side expansion with the 2015 Pioneer 500. Compact, versatile and fun, the two-person Pioneer 500 side-by-side is equally adept at off-road recreation or tackling a wide variety of work applications. Best of all it provides and outstanding value for the market: It combines Honda's legendary durability, quality, and reliability with an $8,499 suggested retail price. Sized to fit on trails that impose width restrictions—as well as in the bed of a full-size pick-up truck—the Pioneer 500 was designed by Honda R&D in Ohio, and built at Honda South Carolina (HSC) in Timmonsville using domestically and globally sourced parts. Its compact size and affordable price provides attainable access into the side-by-side category for a larger group of four-wheel customers. Size matters Recreational riders are encountering restrictions in more and more off-road areas: trail access for off-road vehicles is limited to those with a width no greater than 50 inches—narrower than many full-sized side-by-sides. With its brand-new steel ladder-frame chassis and compact 50-inch width, the Pioneer 500 is designed to fit 50-inch limited access trails and allows for convenient home storage. Overall length is 102.5 inches, and a modest 73.1-inch wheelbase helps return agile handling and a tight turning radius of only 13 feet. Double-wishbone suspension front and rear with durable steel A-arms yield 5.9 inches of travel that's plush enough for a comfortable ride, yet progressive enough for most off-road trails. The rear shocks offer spring preload adjustability to alter the ride for light or heavy loads. The rear suspension also features a stabilizer bar system, reducing body roll when cornering. 24 x 8-12 tires help give the Pioneer 500 a quality steering feel and ride. Powered by Honda's proven longitudinally mounted 475cc liquid-cooled overhead valve single-cylinder four-stroke engine, the Pioneer 500 features plenty of low-end torque, and a smooth easy-to-use powerband that makes it fun to use in a wide range of environments. Honda's Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) system ensures accurate fuel metering and great throttle response under many different riding conditions, including high-altitude operation. Additionally, the Pioneer 500 incorporates an oxygen sensor and catalytic converter in the durable stainless-steel exhaust system, which increases fuel-metering precision while also allowing the Pioneer 500 to meet exhaust emissions requirements. Power is transmitted to the wheels through a five-speed gearbox with reverse that uses an electric shift system featuring paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel. Pull the paddle on the right side for upshifts, or pull the paddle on the left for downshifts. The familiar layout and function of this system is similar to what's found in Honda automobiles and provides the driver with a fun recreation feature and useful gear control for work. Reverse is easily engaged via a dash-mounted lever, and gear position is displayed on the centrally located digital meter for convenient reference. Shift engagement from one gear to the next in the Pioneer 500 is notably smooth, thanks to a shock-absorbing judder spring in the clutch assembly and a momentary fuel cut during shifts that helps smooth the transition from one gear to the next—two innovative bits of Honda bright-think. On downhill slopes, the Electric Shift transmission allows the driver to hold a gear for positive engine braking that supplements the 200mm hydraulic front and rear disc brakes for slowing power, a welcome feature. With its 1,000 pound towing capacity and ability to hold a lower gear, the Pioneer 500 has the ability to tackle big jobs in a variety of terrain. Final drive is handled via shaft, and a handy gearshift selector makes it easy to switch from 2WD to 4WD when the going gets tough. Convenient access for you and your gear To climb into the Pioneer 500, you merely twist the door release knob, and the door and net open together as one unit—an ingenious and simple design. The knob is easily accessible from inside or outside of the vehicle. The door swings open a full 180 degrees for easy entry and exit. Inside, there's a roomy and comfortable bench seat for the driver and passenger. The Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS) meets OSHA requirements, and there are three-point Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) seat belts. In back a large, flat rear carrier built of sturdy steel tubing provides a big space measuring about 30 inches by 46 inches wide. With a deck height of only 37.5 inches, the rear carrier is an easy lift for packing your gear on board. The rack is rated for a load capacity of 450 pounds, and multiple hook points for tie-downs are conveniently provided all around. There's plenty of room on the rear carrier for users to add specialized equipment or an enclosed box for parts, tools, or camping gear. The options are nearly endless. There's also more than 40 Honda Genuine and Signature Accessories that allow owners to configure their Pioneer 500 to meet their specific needs right off the showroom floor. Attention to detail counts for plenty, and as would be expected, the Pioneer 500 is up to full Honda spec in this area. Access for pre-ride maintenance items, such as brake fluid, coolant level, and oil level, is simple and requires no tools. Thoughtful touches in the rider compartment include dual headrests, two cup holders and a 12-volt power outlet. The hood, seat back and seat bottom can be easily removed as needed for access to the oil dipstick and air filter. And multi-reflector halogen headlights offer plenty of illumination should your rides stretch past sundown. With new people entering the growing side-by-side market, the Pioneer 500 provides a whole new level of accessibility—both in its versatile capabilities as well as its exceptional value. Compact, easy handling and trail-ready, the Pioneer 500 offers a highly affordable fun alternative for recreational riding, outdoor sports, chores around the homestead, the job site, and so much more. From side-by-side enthusiasts to new riders, the Pioneer 500 is likely to become an instant favorite.
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    Honda 1986 trx250r

    Hey everybody, I have 2 separate 86 trx250r motors that I'm having the same exact issue with and need ur help. I split the cases on both motors and replaced the crank bearings and crank seals on both with all new gaskets and piston and rings. After the motors were all back together and in the bikes I fired them up and both are leaking the air/fuel mixture directly below the crank through the center case where they meet together. Has anyone else ever had this issue?
  6. Big news was hiding in Honda’s latest release of new model year information, as the company has unveiled its new Pioneer 700-4 — a versatile side-by-side with seating for up to four and an innovative convertible bed space — all built atop the company’s Big Red platform. Read more....
  7. I will be going to the atv Jamboree in Genoa, Nebraska this June and will need at least rear paddles. What is a good paddle tire for sand trails and the occasional drag?
  8. Well I got my wheeler up and running after 2 months of waiting on parts. After I got it broken in, i noticed the head gasket leaking. Well, it turned out to be a stripped valve cover bolt that ran from the cover all the way to the cylinder block. So i put a heli-coil in it, and when i was putting it all back together, another one stripped. Then another on the other side. I'm torquing them down to the spec 13ft-lbs. is this a common problem? Has anyone else had this issue?
  9. When I go back out to my dads this summer I found a 1985 fl350 that my cousin has. He wants 1500 for it which I think is a good deal. He said it has less than 20 hours on a full rebuild with a 380 big bore. He got it from the guy who did the big bore but lost contact since. I can't find any info on a 380 big bore or where it came from. I've drove it last summer and its absaloutly nuts. Tires spinning all the way to 70 and it goes 120 km/h. I plan to put a DG pipe and 38 mm carb and a comet 102c clutch and air box mods as well. Any info on a 380 kit or where to get a replacement piston when the time comes would be great. (Stock it was 329 cc after the recall in 86)
  10. Just bought this.. I need some random Parts like a rear passenger footpeg,chain guide, one hand guard, a kickstand spring, handgrip, spare tank, spare rims....really like to save some $$ on this....any ideas????
  11. Tho i love the 230f, but i think it's time for Change. I love change even if its not for the better. We got a new president, why can't we get an all new 230f? Something with inverted forks or XR250R forks, Sub-frame disconnect, aluminum dog bone, fuel injection, rear disk brake, plugs for a oil cooler, for an option for over the counter oil cooler, and a 55" wheel base. Ok I maybe I'm not asking for an all new 230f but one that meets the modern times. Give it 233cc and call it a 240. I was at Malcolm Smith's in Riverside California about a week ago. I never see the 230f on the show room floor. Also i never see it on the show room floor at Chaparral's in San Bernardino. As we know Chaparral is most likely the largest motor cycle store in the world. I think the 230f has been in production for 16 years now. So it's about time for a make over wouldn't you guys think? I'm not saying we shouldn't love the 230f because it still has practical use. Something new doesn't mean we will forget something older. Remember we still love the XR200, XR250R and the XR400 tho they're out of production. There's only so much life in a man before he kicks the bucket, so my concept is to see something new as often as possible before i push up daisies....And no I'm not talking about Daisy Dukes, but that can be nice too lol. Just don't get caught by the ball N' chain lol. BOYS IT'S TIME TO GET A NEw Hat, new boots and straw to go along with it, and it should be named XR240F http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NDUwWDgwMA==/z/XYEAAOSwdzVXp0Ap/$_80.JPG
  12. Saw this today on the motocross action fb page.....coming up next week at the Mecums auction in Vegas......a whole lot of bikes to be auctioned, including 3 brand spanking new 07 CR250's still in crates! I didnt think there would be any left in crates, i wonder how high they'll go?
  13. I have started building my 1994 z50, over the weekend I messed up the forks. I have been hording part for the build and its time to start i have a set of +1 chromoly tubs with the delrin fork bushings . A new 1 1/2" extended swingarm with 280mm rear shocks. The only thing I dont have is a nice set of front springs I want something that will take small jumps and bumps for a 180lb rider but not be so stiff it hurts or way to soft . I am looking at two brothers xr50 springs and want to know what everyone recommends from experiance. Give me the + /- of different set ups. Thanks.
  14. My dad and I have two XR650Ls, one is a 2005, the other is a 2008. We've been trying to get the carburetor tuned, but we've been having some trouble finding the right way to route all the hoses. Both of them have had Dave's mod done, and they've been uncorked and have an FMF Powercore 4 slip on exhaust. They're jetted at 55 and 158 at about 6,500 feet above sea level. Fairly often, when I'm cruising around 40 mph, the exhaust pops and the bike loses power for a split second. That's the main problem that I've noticed. Also, on my bike, if I let off the throttle without pulling in the clutch, it pops a ton. I know some popping is normal, but it seems like it's a bit excessive. If anyone has any tips on routing the carburetor hoses, or any other tips to get them running right, it'd be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  15. Hi guys, just looking for a new set of graphics and plastics for my bike, I have a 2012 ktm sx125. Does anyone have a specific place they aware by for graphics? Does anyone the the best place to get graphics? Thanks guys.
  16. I was wondering if there was a general FMF brand exhaust pipe (or other type of exhaust brand) for my 1983 Honda XR350, as the previous one is filled with old oil sludge buildup (the bike was burning oil heavily before i got it rebuilt and was leaking oil buildup out of the end of the pipe) sourcing a new one is a pain, so if there is a new pipe I can purchase, please let me know. As of now I cant find one for my bike from any brand. Thanks
  17. Hello, I'm having an issue putting my kicker assembly back together. A while ago I had the whole kick start apart and, when I put it together the the kicker would hit the peg every time I tried to start it. I was wondering if that is normal because it cracked my case and I had to weld it. My second question is if you have to rotate the return spring a whole 360° to set it? The marks that you have to line up have wore down and, the only mark left is on the ratchet.
  18. I have recently been having problems with my honda mtx 125. It will run great for 10 minutes then it will die on me if i give it any throttle. The bike will idle fine but cuts out if I give it any gas. When I let it Idle for 1 minute it will work fine for another few minutes then the same problem happens. I have adjusted the carburetor many times to see if it was because its too lean or rich but the problem happens either way. I am running 40:1 fuel mixture. I recently replaced the head gasket and I noticed the piston needs replacing as its very worn, could this be the problem? Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated!
  19. Hey guys, been a frustrating day here and i do apologize if I'm posting in the wrong area. I'm more of a lurker to the point that i had to make a new account to even post here at all. My 74 honda xl350 blinkers and running lights don't work. Got a new battery and had it charged, checked all bulbs to be not blown and correct 6 volts, checked the one fuse this bike has and cleaned all the grounds i can find, can't find the frame ground anywhere, took apart and cleaned the blinker switch (also getting no power) verified that no blinkers/running lights are getting any power, and I'm losing my damn mind trying to figure this out. The only function I DO have is the high beam (indicator also not working, low beam burnt out) and the brake/aft running light. Any suggestions? I have a manual and I've been staring at a wiring diagram all day and I'm more confused than ever.
  20. The other day up at my local trails a four wheeler pulled out in front of me and I completely snapped my front left fork in half. I can't find any place that still sells forks and I don't want to replace them with cr 85 forks. Is there anyplace that sells replacement forks? Thank you.
  21. Anyone have any unbiased opinion if they were buying a new dual sport. Would you go with the new Honda CRF450L or the Beta 430rrs? Why
  22. So I want to fit a Speedo to my stock Honda CRF230F, I know people have fitted the Trail Tech endurance to them but they are a bit pricey so my questions are is there another reliable Speedo or is my best choice to bite the bullet and get the Endurance? My other question is the stock stator for the CRF230F enough to power a Speedo or more specifically a trail tech endurance 2? I fully capable of installing it and splicing the wiring, my question is just can the stock bike support it? Also the Bike does not have a headlight.
  23. HI. So i am in the process of putting new studs on the cylinder in my 2001 CR80r! I am just wondering if i need to torque the studs if so what is the torque spec?
  24. As the title suggests, I've been debating the idea of throwing in a high compression piston. It will bump the compression in my 2014 KTM 350 XC-F from 13.5:1 to 14:1. First and foremost my main question is, because I live under 1000 ft and usually run 97 octane REC gas, will I have to change the fuel I run or not? Also, will I have to change out the cams to aftermarket and re-time the whole motor and ignition? I guess I really don't know what to expect so any advice will definitely help! Attached below is a photo of the bike I plan on putting it in.
  25. I had fun building up a couple CR250R 2-strokes. Ken Roczen is hero, so these were a tribute. Also I thought it would be cool to mimic the look of the CRF450RWE. I'm adding black triple clamps and bars and a "Factory Racing clutch cover to the red 2004. The black 2002 is all stock just about everywhere and was a barn find. It need a new pipe. I know some don't care for the black bike. I'm planning to do another CR250R and also a CR125R in a similar style. Any suggestions? Maybe blue with white/red? Red with black? Black with flo yellow?
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