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  1. before...... wheel off.......now we are cooking cant forget the parts.... outer bushing.....gennie from yammi dust seal and main seal......yammi parts again inner bushings...racetech........cheap on ebay
  2. I have been promoting Bruce's work for a long time now and everybody has been very happy. A lot of us are using Race Tech Cartridge Emulators and have been very happy but Bruce can revalve your forks, including altering spring rate (within limitations), for right around $100. Some of you have gone this route and have been very happy but it also seems a lot of you are hesitant to do so. I currently use two stock fork springs and Race Tech Cartridge Emulators. I will be visiting Bruce this week and I was thinking of having him do my stock forks so I can do a test and review. In this case I would ditch the Race Tech Cartridge Emulators and drilled damper rods and have Bruce do his magic on a new set of damper rods. This was the plan for both of our CRF230s five years ago but Bruce was in the hospital at the time. If I get enough interest here I will do this and give the bike a very good workout around our test track. So if you're genuinely interested please reply to this post. If I get enough replies I'll do it. Thank you all.
  3. RT_Chris448

    Dirt Bike Mag KLR650 Build up

    Recently we did a project bike with Dirt Bike Magazine's KLR650 and we were pretty excited about the results. Check out the article on this fun project here: http://dirtbikemagazine.com/home-features/project-2011-klr-650-build-up
  4. Now that the 230 has plenty of power and I'm getting better at riding it, it's time to work on the suspension. I have been reading up on the XR250 fork conversion. Comparing the fork conversion to the Race Tech Emulators seems to weigh in favor of the new forks, but a lot of people write that the emulators are very effective. The cost difference is pretty significant, so I'm wondering if the emulators are going to adequately do the job for a 170 pound rider on tougher trails. If the difference between the two isn't huge, the cost of the emulators really do make them more appealing. I don't really need the bike to be any taller than it is so that is not an issue. If I can get in touch with him and everything works out, I plan on sending the rear shock to Triplett. I have heard his shop can do some impressive things with the shocks. I'm going to attempt the forks myself, whichever way I go... but my time is worth something too. I hear the emulators are an easy install, so I have to factor that in. I would just like some opinions from those who have done, or who have ridden on bikes with the emulators and or the 250 forks. Thanks
  5. motoinmoab

    Yamaha XT250 (2015)


    It's not a serious dirt bike, but it's lots of fun on and off road. Probably my favorite thing is the low seat height, I fall over with my DR-Z400 every ride in the dirt.
  6. In order to help 230F riders set up and fine tune their Emulator equipped forks, it was suggested that we start a new thread to complie set up data. Okay people, start posting your set up details with the template below: Bike: CRF230F/Year Forks: Stock Fork Springs: Stock/Spring Rate Damper rod holes drilled: diameter, number Emulators: spring color, spring weight, turns of preload Fork Oil: Brand, weight/viscocity Oil Level: inch/mm from top (measured with springs removed, emulators installed) Rider weight: with/without riding gear Riding Conditions: Woods/trail/track Your input is much appreciated!!!!