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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)

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    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!!!!
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