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  1. I am setting up my bike to do some road riding. I am completely new to tires and would like anyone's thoughts or opinions on the tires I want to put on my bike. I understand that the first number is width, and the second number is the aspect ratio and then the final number is rim size, but I am still not confident in the fitment as the tires I want aren't the stock size. My bike's stock tires are: Front: 80/100x21 Rear: 110/100x18 The tires I want: Front: (Undecided) Rear: Shinko 712 - 110/90x18 If anyone wants to suggest other road tires I am open to anything. Thanks - SLR
  2. So I replaced my wheel bearings on my exc200 because the old ones were shot. After one ride I noticed a load of metal filled grease around the spacers again and the wheel had had movement. Gone again. I replaced them again and after one ride same thing. This time I took it to a shop in case I'd been doing something wrong (I don't think so, been using a blowtorch, freezer and bearing driver method) bought new spacers and a new spindle because the old one had a bit of wear. Just put the wheel on and it still moves from side to side before even riding it. It probably moved last rime I replaced the bearings hence they went after one ride. What do you think.. hub need replacing? Thanks
  3. EDIT "Rear hubs are all the same from 1992 to 2007 125 on up The 125s and 250s got the right hub as of 1990 but the bigger bikes didn't use them till 1992." KTM wheels FIT. I have had people asking me about this for quite some time now so I thought id throw this together. First YES KTM wheels fit. Rear hubs are all the same from 1990 to 2007 125 on up. Only difference is Cush drive or not and rim size. I now have 3 different KTM rear wheels that I run A 17” 18” and 19”. The 18” is from a 1995 LC4. The 19” is actually a tallen hub but its for a 2002 KTM 400. The 17 is from a 2004 4XX (don’t remember). I have take pics of all the different rear wheels on my bike to show. Notice that the 18” and 17” both have the cush drive hub. The spacers rotors and sprockets are all stock KTM. This is a direct bolt up fitment. Do note that the KTM rear rotor is the same size as a 400S/E 220mm. The 18” The 19” The 17”
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    So far so good. beautiful bike..
  5. I have a sikk-MX trail bike. And tried to extract a snapped bolt....snapped the easy out inside the bolt casing/shell(I drilled a hole through said stick bolt). I cant figure out which 52.4mm cylinder head to replace it with. Does anyone know? I also cant figure out the headlight wiring to my tusk headlight...if anyone has any schematics for that...please help. And does anyone know what larger/largest size tire or rim will fit on these bikes? Cuz these tires are pathetic.
  6. Nearly finished writing this post yesterday but I lost it all, and didn't have time redo it then, so here is a slightly shorter version Here are some pictures of the day I brought my 2007 DR-Z400S home, originally a Kentucky bike. Blue is the fastest color, don't let anybody tell you otherwise! The previous owner didn't really mess with the bike too much. The exhaust end cap was gutted and there were 3 separate 1/2 inch holes drilled into the air box (and left the shavings in the bottom of the air box ), thats the worst of it though. The PO also installed TT case savers, skid plate, radiator guards, side stand switch delete, Acerbis hand guards, and lowering links. Mods I have done: Trail Tech Vapor 3x3 mod w/ JD Jet Kit and Extended Fuel Screw DRC Short Replacement Levers MCCT Raptor Petcock UFO SM Front Fender Mods that will be done as soon as the weather warms up to above freezing: FCR39 Warp 9 SM Wheels w/ Continental Conti Force SM Tires E cams E header DRC Edge Tail Light Teaser Pic
  7. hi guys. regarding my last thread, i thought it might be easiest and best to go to a bike shop or a wheel repair specialist and get my spokes tightened. i rang around, spoke to a few different places. unfortunately where i live, there isn't very many wheel specialists around, there are only 2. 1 of them quoted me $120 just for labour and truing the wheel, the other quoted me $60 which was much better, various other bike shops quoted me between $60-$110. ended up taking the wheel in to get trued nonetheless, including the front wheel, he said the wheels had various flat spots in them, at least half the spokes/spoke nipples were seized and wouldn't turn and would need to be replaced, i had a little crack in the rear hub and the wheel would need to be rebuilt basically but would cost a lot, we're talking in the $550+ range including the quality parts, just for 1 wheel. the front wheel also had flat spots that would need to be fixed plus truing and re-lacing, will work out to about $180 odd. he said a 10 year old wheel, he wouldn't recommend spending so much money on anyway and that a 10 year old wheel generally have all these issues from wear and tear/old age. so i told him i would just get new wheels instead. it'd be almost cheaper for me to buy brand new complete wheel sets, that's the option im going with and prefer nonetheless. im wondering what brands are best, or that i should look out for/consider? i know there's Excel, D.I.D. Tusk and Sm Pro which ive been looking at, ive heard Excel is probably the best quality i could get but very expensive, but what do others think of Tusk or SM Pro? or are there any other brands that are really great quality? i don't want to settle for anything too cheap and i want strong quality rims. i do a fair bit of woods riding, over logs, rocks usually do some moderate jumps, etc so i need something that will hold up relatively well.
  8. Hey everyone I am ordering my set of Knobbys for my DRZ400sm from warp 9, and am putting some thought into what color combos i would like or would look best. My drz400sm is 2014 black model, with black hand guards and gold fork, and i put a gold shift lever on yesterday. I also have a full set of White plastics I can throw on whenever, or mix them up if i wanted So I got a choice for the color the rim, spokes, spoke nipples, and the center piece that holds the sprocket and rotor (sorry for my lack of vocab) . My current 17' supermoto tires are black rims with silver spokes, but i am also going to change the color of these very soon as im going to get them powder coated. Am the moment im thinking Gold rim black spokes for the SM set and White rim black spokes for the knobby set, but Im not 100% set on that and am turning to you guys for some input on what color combos you think would be best or look sweet. Happy riding folks!
  9. Well what can I say after seeing the 2007 CR250 that MXer74 built it inspired me to build one myself. I sold my 2006 YZ167 with a max power big bore to build a 2007 CR250. It something I always wanted to do. About 5 months ago I sold my YZ167 and began the hunt for a CR250...2007 that is. I have a 2013 CRF450 and what better way to match would be a CR250. I began searching Craigslist to find nothing, weeks and weeks went by. One day one popped up in VA. It was owned by a guy who rode it for 30 minutes in the grass, hurt his back at work and didn't want it anymore. Asking price $3,000.00....So I called him up and worked the deal over the phone, overnighted a cashiers check and 6 weeks later my bike hauler DL Transport picked it and brought it to me. While I waited to get the bike I started lining up my parts. Plans are a full no budget build. Showa A kit, full Ti bolt kit, motor work....pretty much best of everything. I figured I post my build along the way. I have to say I have gone through MXer74's pages a dozen times. I will be posting every step of the way. While I wait for parts today, I figured I would start a topic build. My pocket book is going to hurt, but so far every part I took off my bike I have sold on Ebay and have got unreal bids. So here goes.....
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    fun bike very well balanced and light. Plenty of power too with revs to the moon.
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    Got to admit this is one hot ride, Even tho it's not as fast or great off road to it's rival's. It's Worth the least but looks and performs GREAT! Not a great off road bike but on road, Dragging knee all day!
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    Best bike I have ever ridden, more power than you can use, light (for a 450), reliable, handles great in a straight line and turns like its on rails. Perfect woods bike with a few mods.
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    Amazing bike. First FI bike, not missing the carb one bit. Clean manageable power. Had some flame out issues when I first got it, but after adding a Yoshi exhaust and getting the ECU remapped by Toyko mods that issue is gone. Ditched the Dunlops MX51s and went with MX32s and couldn't be happier. Love it so much I had to go all out making it a one of a kind. Tore it completely apart and got the frame, swingarm, skid plate, rad braces, and triple clamps anodized black.
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    Awesome mini motocross bike! Honda Needs to fuel inject this bike.
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    Smooth power, predictable handling, all round a great bike.
  16. Ok so I have the dumbest idea/question yet. 1) What are the differences between front and rear hubs when nothing is bolted on to them? 2) Can you use a rear hub, wheel, and tire on the front? 3) Do I have brain damage for asking these questions? -SLR
  17. Evening Guys, There has been a few discusions on this topic now but I'm struggling to find and exact answer and keep get given different suggestions I have just purchased a 2004 CR 125, are the CRF wheels interchangable? From what I gather the rear wheel is from 02-13, but I'm struggling to find an answer about the front wheel and an exact answer on whether the rotar etc will need changing Thanks
  18. Hi anyone. Been trawling the site for a few hours but can't seem to find the info I need. My mate's got a 2003 honda XR250 with a spare set of wheels, and I'm looking for a spare set for my 2003 yamaha WRF250. I can machine spacers to fit, but does anyone know the axle dimensions? My friend doesn't live nearby so can't do a quick 'wheels off check'. I'm hoping to find that the axle OD is the same and all I need is new spacers. I tried looking for bearing sizes for both but struggling tbh. Can anyone help with dimensions for either / both? Thanks in advance ???
  19. I'm thinking on buying tusk rims that are complete black with blue hubs for my 14 yz450f my question is are they good rims because Rocky Mountain are selling them cheap. Has or is anyone using them and how do you like them?
  20. I'd like to see some pics of some kx's with green or gold rims, anyone have any? Want to do something different than black as everyone has black rims. Just not sure what would look good. Green rims with some white plastic and clean simple graphics?
  21. eandy

    Honda CRF250R (2009)


    Rips with the 290 kit
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    Motor keeps going strong. Only issue I had was the output shaft splines got stripped, requiring me to split the case. This was probably due to way too many clutch ups haha
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