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  1. Attention lovers of CRF250Rs! And anyone who appreciates awesome race bikes, for that matter. We have a new bike feature on Jett Lawrence's AMSOIL Honda CRF250R race bike up on our blog, for those that may want to check it out! https://blog.wiseco.com/jett-lawrences-amsoil-honda-crf250r-race-bike-breakdown
  2. Hello everyone, Silly question here, but i'm not quite sure if my '15 CRF250R with a Yoshimura slip-on has a rev-limiter, as i can never hear it high in the gear (what i think is high.. as i don't know how much it likes to rev..). Is there something i can check to see if it has one? or am i perhaps not even hitting it? I'm fairly new to this type of stuff so thought i'd come here and ask. Thanks in advance!
  3. New to TT, should have been here years ago! Been away from riding for 20+ years but getting back into it now. Picked up a mint ‘04 F250R for cheap, but trying to make it woodsy not tracky. Again, been away for too long and not a kid anymore! So, tried to find flywheel weights, but no one makes them, and can’t find on EBay. Lots of FWs but no FWWs. Anyone at TT know where to find a fww for said crf? If not, what’s the chance of modifying one currently available to fit said said crf? Thanks in advance!
  4. Advice needed. I have a 2016 CRF250 that I’ve had from new, lots of injuries over the last 3 years so I’ve only put 20 hours on the meter. My question is when should I be thinking about top end rebuild. I do oil changes every 2 hours and oil filter every 4 hours. Not a hard rider or particularly fast but want to keep on top of engine Maintanence. Thanks
  5. So while browsing the net for a new dirt bike (honda fan so am trying to stay brand loyal) i came across the crf 300r enduro, but there is very little info on this bike and its not on hondas website, only some italian website, but there is youtube videos showing one in 2017. So im wondering if this is just a concept bike? a real thing thats only in europe? and if it is real, when will It be in Australia?? links below
  6. Hello, I have a strange problem. My bike won't idle / run until it's warm, then it runs and idles just fine, on top of that the oil has a lot of bubbles in it to the point of almost being foamy. I have a new head gasket on the way since there was oil around the head as well. Any ideas what could be going on? Thanks.
  7. Jeremy Martin Leads the Charge for Wiseco Riders at Daytona Supercross Christian Craig Turns in Career Best in 450 Competition MENTOR, Ohio (March 13, 2018) – Jeremy Martin showed the way for Wiseco-sponsored riders in Saturday night’s Monster Energy Daytona Supercross presented by Honda. In a season marred by bad luck and misfortune, Martin put together a near flawless ride to earn his first Eastern Regional 250SX Class podium finish of the season. Martin qualified eighth for the division’s annual visit to the World Center of Racing, finished fourth in his heat race, and came home second in the 250SX main event, missing his first win of the year by less than a second. “It’s Daytona, a real man’s track.” said Martin who sits fourth in points. “It was the toughest race of the year as far as fitness. I had to slow down a little bit, halfway through the main. I was getting close to (race winner) Jordon (Smith) and I was starting to think about where I could make a move on him, then I made some mistakes and he got away from me. Couldn’t quite get close again, but it’s good. We’re on the podium and in contention for wins again. That’s something I haven’t been able to say in supercross in a while. We want to get wins and now we know it’s coming.” Martin’s podium was a bright spot, but the rest of the event was rough for the GEICO Honda/Factory Connection squad. RJ Hampshire crashed hard in his heat race and had to be transported to a local hospital. He injured his back and ribs, but shoulder pain left him with the most concern. “I felt good on the bike all day,” said Hampshire via his Instagram account. “Had some pretty good speed and my foot just slid off hitting my shifter in those rollers during that heat race. After seeing the pictures from the crash I’m very thankful I didn’t take a shot to my head. I have some fractures in my T3/T4 in my back and ribs. Also have some damage to my lungs which is why I’ll be spending a couple nights in the hospital. I’ll be getting some more checkups this week on the shoulder also.” Cameron McAdoo, the third member of the team, was unable to compete at Daytona after being sidelined with a hand injury two races ago in Atlanta. Across the paddock, in the premier 450SX Class, Christian Craig got the call to fill in for Team Honda HRC. With the team’s regular riders Ken Roczen and Cole Seely out with injuries, it was up to Craig to carry the load for the factory team, and the upstart rider didn’t disappoint. The San Diego native was solid in both qualifying sessions, won his heat race and snagged the holeshot in the division’s main event. After relinquishing the lead to eventual winner Justin Brayton, Craig continued to show he was up for the challenge. The 26-year-old rider raced for second and third for most of the 20-minute-plus-one-lap feature before losing one more spot in the late goings to bring his No. 32 Honda CRF450R home fourth in the final rundown. “I had a great week testing with the team,” commented Craig. “They came down to Florida right after Atlanta and I feel like we really improved. Just getting more time on the bike and getting more comfortable was huge. I started off race day feeling really good. My qualifying position didn’t really show it, but overall I was happy with my riding. It’s all about having fun out there, and man, that’s what I did tonight. I was up front in the heat race, fell to third, but then the two guys in front took each other out so I ended up winning. You can call it luck or whatever, but I just put myself in a good position to capitalize on people’s mistakes." “I had a good gate pick and some confidence going into the main. I grabbed the holeshot and led for almost the first lap, but [Justin] Brayton got by me pretty quick. I stayed second for quite a while. I just rode my hardest and did my best. Unfortunately, a couple guys got by me so I ended up fourth. The track was so tough. This is only my second time racing Daytona and last year didn’t go well, so I really wanted to get some revenge this year. It’s better than the week before, but man, I was so close to a podium. I just need to keep putting myself in good positions and work on getting better each weekend.” Monster Energy AMA Supercross rolls on this weekend when the series visits the “Gateway to the West” for its annual race at the Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis. The 11th of 17 races on the 2018 supercross calendar will be televised live on FS1 Saturday, March 17, beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, 5 p.m. Pacific. -30-
  8. Hello, One of my buddies got his top end rebuilt couple months ago on his 2006 CRF250R. When he took it home he rode it up the street a few times & it worked fine. Yesterday we went to the track, pretty cold morning 30-40 degrees & after warming up the bikes he went to take off & the clutch is not working what so ever. Tries to drop it in gear & it just stalls. What could it be? clutch plates suck together from sitting too long? too long? let me know. Thanks
  9. Please be on the look out for anyone that my be selling this engine pictured. I mailed this engine and it is now missing. I’m going through the proper channels to hopefully recover this engine, however in the event that it isn’t located, I’d like to ask the thumpertalk community to keep an eye out for it Incase it surfaces in a classified somewhere. I know it’s a long shot, but any and all help is greatly appreciated. Ill post on here the results of how things turn out. Thanks for any and all help.
  10. Welp when to go trade my bike today and the guy jumped on it and went to go take it for a test “drive” (of course after he talked mad shit in the bike) came back and said that my forks were either bent or the bushings were toast because of how stiff they were I tried to explain that I haven’t adjusted them at all and he didn’t get it. So I guess what I’m getting at is that are the forks supposed to be so stiff that when u put all ur body weight on to them they bearly move or are my forks really bent and if it is just simple adjustments what would be a good place to start I’m a 155lbs C class rider
  11. Hey guys, I own a 2015 CRF250R, the front end is very shaky, over bumps i get like speed wobbles shaking from left to right very fast, it's really scary and i feel like it is definitely getting in my way of progressing. i'm guessing there would be too much PSI in the fork? or something with comp and rebound, i am around 76kgs and 6ft if that helps anyone. Since we bought the bike, on the rear shock, the free sag when no rider is sitting on it drops about 100mm, i think the whole front and rear suspension needs to be looked at set up wise. sorry for the long-ish post, but its super annoying as it makes me not really enjoy riding (which is scary as ive been riding since i was 2), thanks in advance to everyone who helps and replies!
  12. Hi folks. At the end of summer I'll give my bike a bit of maintenance (I don't ride a lot as I'm still learning to ride a bike and I'm learning slowly due to age and experience ?). Apart from the oil & filter change, clean air filter and smaller things which Ive already done I'll want to do a bit more next time. For the coolant change the manual says see your dealer. I can't imagine it's that difficult to do? I've seen plenty videos on YouTube but nothing covering my bike model/year. Has anybody done this on a 2018 or later model? Just need a few hints or photos if possible? Thanks in advance...
  13. MENTOR, Ohio (April 17, 2018) – Wiseco’s Jeremy Martin wowed the hometown crowd and collected his second consecutive Eastern Regional 250SX Class win in Saturday night’s Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, in Minneapolis. Despite the blizzard-like conditions outside, Martin, a native of Millville, Minn., was red hot inside U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings. The rider of the Wiseco-sponsored No. 6 GEICO/AMSOIL/Factory Connection Honda CRF250R was second-quickest in both qualifying sessions, serving notice to the competition that he’d be a formidable opponent when the gate dropped on the third and final triple crown race of the season. The Triple Crown is new for the 2018 season, and features a three-race showdown where both the 250SX Class and premier 450SX Class competes in three main events. Each triple crown event features Olympic-style scoring where the rider with the lowest point tally at the end of the night collects the overall win. Martin gave his detractors plenty to chew on by turning in a stellar 3-3-1 performance, while picking up back-to-back Eastern Regional 250 SX wins. “I just kept grinding and kept working,” explained Martin. “We got the bike a lot better. We’re figuring some stuff out and it’s really been showing. It gets a little frustrating when hear people being critical. A lot of people say I can’t ride supercross, but all I got to say is ‘you can put that in your pipe and smoke it.'" The spirited effort propelled Martin to third in Eastern Regional points, where he trails point leader Zach Osborne by 16 markers with two races left to decide the title. Beyond the series implications, Saturday night’s win was even more special because it came in front of Martin’s Minnesota faithful. “I was pretty excited to win the home race,” said Martin. “To win in front of the hometown crowd, I was going a little nuts after the race. It’s an opportunity of a lifetime to be able to race here in Minneapolis and to get the win was unreal. I wear earplugs when I moto, but I could hear the crowd through the earplugs and over my dirt bike, so I was like, ‘my God, it was loud.’” Meanwhile, across the paddock in the 450SX Class pits, Team Honda HRC’s Christian Craig wrestled with a less-than-easy night. Still, the rider if the No. 32 CRF450R stayed the course and improved in each of the three main events, forging a workman-like 14-10-7 effort, to be credited with a ninth-place finish at night’s end. “We had a tough night, honestly,” commented Craig. “All day I struggled with my breathing and I’m not sure why because that hasn’t happened to me before. I was able to put a fast time down for practice, but in the main events, I struggled and kept having to remind myself to breath, which was spiking my heart rate. I almost felt like my body was shutting down. The first race was the worst after my crash. I got better with it through the night, luckily, but still nowhere near happy. I was able to push through my own battles and finish ninth overall. It’s been a hard couple weekends, but I’ll get through it. I’m going to focus on a lot of things this week and come back fresh next weekend in Foxboro.” Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns to Foxboro, Mass., this weekend after a one-year absence as the series visits Gillette Stadium and the home of the New England Patriots. The 15th of 17 races on the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross calendar will be televised live on network TV Saturday, April 21 on FOX beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, 1 p.m. Pacific.
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