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  1. Just a few pictures of what i did for a 12 volt plug on my crf 250 l. Here is a link to amazon on the plug i got. It has a nice water proof cover that snaps over it when not in use and also came with plugs for using a battery tender. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0068FYMVO/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Modified bracket Plastic piece drilled and modified a little. This is part of the shroud around the radiator resevoir Here is the place to disconect and connect a battery tender if you want. This is on the left side of the bike. Finished and works great! Kind of hard to tell by the picture but Its nicely hidden up in there..
  2. ThumperTalk

    MSR Voltage Regulator

    1 review

    12 volt voltage regulator used by Baja winners For all standard, halogen, and quartz lights Precise voltage control, eliminates light burn out Reduces flickering and dimming
  3. 15 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Programmable ECU replacing stock vastly improving performance. Throttle stop screw allows throttle to open fully which the stock one does not. Just a little black box and a screw is all it takes. Gets rid of the 1/3-throttle stumble of the stock ECU. Allows nearly limitless tuning with the GYTR Power Tuner.
  4. gomarshoif

    Honda XR200R (1983)


    Excellent trail bike. low end torque and low gear allow for easy hill and mountain climbing. Lower seat height great for smaller riders. Weight to power ratio is perfect.
  5. TeamDoty

    Honda XR600R (1987)


    Mine looks a lot like this but I haven't taken any good pics of it yet. Picked it up cheap - it's in great shape, nearly all stock parts are there ('cept endurance meter, grrrr). Working on it now at buddy's shop. It's a dream bike for me - always wanted an XR600 and now I have one!!!
  6. RedHairRedPig

    Honda XR650R (2004)


    If you are strong enough, and play with the clutch enough, it can do everything except MX/SX.
  7. wallib

    Yamaha YZ250 (2007)


    really reliable, easy to maintain, modified for enduro
  8. Not sure what I'm missing. I bought a '01 WR250F that had a YZ stator with no light circuit. The bike ran fine, but I want the light. I bought a WR stator and flywheel from Ebay and checked the coils against my service manual, all within specifications. When I installed the WR stator I got no spark. No output from the CDI (checked with a Fluke 99b scope). I put the old YZ stator back into the WR and she fired on the first kick. The WR stator coils still check out good. Can the WR/YZ stators be swapped around? Is their a difference between WR/YZ CDI or harness? Whats going on? Where should I go from here?
  9. Guys, I've been looking for an aftermarket stator for my 2001 YZF 426 that could provide me with enough DC current to power-up street-legal kits out there (50W should do). Browsing through the forum and elsewhere I found references to Trailtech (100W), Moose (50W) and Electrosport (35W) stators, but they don't seem to be available anymore, pretty much everyone is out of stock it seems. Like I said I need this as the cornerstone to my little project of a YZF 426 Street-Legal supermoto (I live in Brazil btw, it will be interesting getting a license for this vehicle here) - any pointers? * Anyone still making or with those in stock? * Could I just modify my original stator and/or flywheel to provide me with more DC power? * Perhaps some other stator from newer YZFs is compatible? (i.e., 2005 yzf 250)? * Anyone wanting to sell me theirs, in case they have it? Thanks! -Klaus
  10. 1 review

    Digital ignition upgrade replaces analog unit with Tokyomods power map Increases rev limiter
  11. 1 review

    used in conjunction with the upgraded stator to control the extra power so you don't fry your bike
  12. 4 reviews

    Include stator, regulator/rectifier with OEM connectors, 3.5 amp hour battery and wiring harness Supports up to 40W of lighting
  13. NWsurfkid

    Yamaha YZ426F (2001)


    Great Bike. Modified for on road use with a WR stator/Rotor and floated ground. The trail tech Reg/Rec chargers a small battery. I have a decent set of lights, blinkers, etc. It is alot of fun to have a YZ with a few trail parts. A 90% dirt, 10% road.
  14. Just wondering what Lighting Coils/Stators you guys would use on a 2007 Yamaha YZ250? I am having trouble in locating one! Cheers MitchMan
  15. avocasingletrack

    Stator Output Chart for Popular Dirt Bikes

    Honda Kawasaki & Yamaha KTM Suzuki, Husqvarna & Husaberg This info is courtesy of the folks at http://www.bajadesigns.com
  16. WrOilFieldTrash

    Yamaha WR450F (2012)


    Pretty awesome bike, lots of unused power stock though
  17. StandardFish450

    Yamaha WR450F (2012)


    This bike handles really frickin awesome for being as heavy as it is. It's realiable as heck, pretty fast, reasonable to maintain, and the fuel injection is pretty sweet. It still has a bit of squishyness to the suspension though. Other then that, sweet ride!
  18. Bryan Bosch

    DRC Products IC Relay

    2 reviews

    - Enables LED flashers to work in any configuration. - Compact, factory looking design - Waterproof - Plug type terminals are included for installation - Works on 12V DC
  19. mitchp

    Ricky Stator?

    I have a failed stator. Been looking around for a replacement. I found a replacement from a company called Ricky Stator. The price for the unit is very reasonable, $125. Anybody have any feedback on this part? Thanks in advance, Mitch
  20. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Yamaha OEM from a 2001 WR. Crankshaft is same, so rotor and stator are direct fits.
  21. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION I bought the AMR racing ignition coil as a replacement for my stock YZ250 ignition coil, also racing I presume My stock ignition coil gave up on me and I used a Honda CRF 450 ignition coil while waiting for the AMR racing coil. I have to say I'm a happy customer. Engine runs cleaner, and all around happier than before. So far I did just 90 minutes but they convinced me. I got the coil for USD 50 which added joy to my purchase. When testing I noted a stronger spark and measuring with the famous but inexact method seat of pants method I'd say the bike gained power. A cleaner burn can have that effect I guess. I bought the AMR racing coil for a blaster but it works just fine in my YZ 250 2009