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  1. yamilover22

    Yamaha WR250F (2006)

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    I bought the bike for with a bad crank and other mechanical and cosmetic issues for 1800$. After spending around another 2000$ to completely rebuild it looks and works great. I love it! (will post pics soon)
  2. WR250Ray

    Yamaha WR250F (2012)

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    Love my WR - great bike. A little heavy, but, reliable and comfortable.
  3. guyver60

    Yamaha WR250F (2015)

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    Love it!
  4. quincy3297

    Yamaha WR250F (2007)

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  5. sdknappy

    Yamaha WR250F (2004)

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    Nice power with the 290 kit white brothers exhaust and hot cams. It's just a little tall and heavy.
  6. CB4Calgary

    Yamaha WR250F (2007)

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    It's a bit heavy but it is a tank in the mountains and sucks at the track. Grab the YZ if you're a Yammie fan for the track. For the riding I do, I love the WR. I have heard that the KTM's are making a dent in the market as well.
  7. bsinon

    Yamaha WR250F (2008)

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    All the free mods, FMF Q4, JD Jet Kit, best woods bike ever!
  8. 65ELCMO

    Yamaha WR250F (2005)

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    yz400f and wr 250f Perfect for son and dad
  9. ronbuell

    Yamaha WR250F (2004)

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    The Yamaha YZ/WR 250F have been the best bikes for my riding style and are personal favorites. This one has JD jetting, Guts Racing tall soft seat foam, Cycra hand guards, YZ rear fender with LED tail light, and YZ muffler with sparky. Has Fast Lap stickers and PO said they had worked on it.
  10. wrf-nick

    Yamaha WR250F (2006)

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    Excellent bike. Love every ride on it. No troubles.
  11. TOSHIE

    WR Suspension rebuild 250 450

    How to disassemble and re assemble your WR suspension in the kitchen! A friend came to me asking if I could change the oil in his forks and give them some new seals, I took on the job. Having never touched my own I had to do a wee bit of research on how to go about it with out all the especial tools referred to in the owners manual. After a lengthy search of the internet I found there was nothing of any help for the WR owner, so I was on my own. With the forks on the bench I proceeded by removing the top cap and removing the spring and draining the oil. Then the owners manual said insert special tool 1million-XYZ and screw the bottom valve out with special tool 2million-XYZ. the pictures in the workshop manual showed a long rod(1million-XYZ) reaching to the bottom of the fork tube and locking/holding on to some thing so you can turn the bottom valve out with that 2million-XYZ tool. I was stuffed and could not figure out how to do any of this wiv out scratching/scoring/damaging the vital internals of my forks wiv some thing I was going to dodge/fabricate up. After a few beers and some time thinking... I realized I could put the spring back in and top cap back on then compress/squash the fork down. This then held what ever it was inside so I could turn the bottom valve out with the 2million-XYZ tool. I then found some scrap hex bar laying in my shed and ground it down to the size of the huge hex socket that was on the bottom of the fork leg, this was my version of the special tool 2million-XYZ. I then inserted this hex bar into my rattle gun and was able to spin the bottom valve but I could not get enough pressure on the spring by squashing the fork to hold what was inside and screw this bottom valve out. Another beer... BINGO! Tie-down, was the answer... I lashed a retched tie-down around the fork and hung the hook ends of the axle bolt to free up the bottom of the fork leg to get at the bottom valve with my custom hex/allen-key & rattle gun. I then cranked up the pressure on the tie-down to apply enough pressure on the spring inside holding the internals still so I could screw the bottom valve out. bingo I had the freaking thing disassembled, well down to a point that every thing els in the work shop manual could show me what to do From hear I precoded to replace the fork seals and dust caps before reassembling, again compressing the forks the same way to install the bottom valve again. I later found I could have bought the hex/allen-key tool of eBay that screws the bottom valve in/out for $15 witch I would have been happy to pay for.this tool and my ground down hex bar can be used with a normal ratchet so you don't need a rattle gun if you don't have one. There a plenty of posts on the internet for custom made seal drivers such as PVC pipe cut in half to replace the $60-80 special tool you will find on eBay so I will not go into seal drivers and seal removal/replacement. I have added a few photos bellow to show how I used the tie-down to compress the fork and the special tool you can buy of eBay to remove the bottom valve as reference. I hope this post inspires some one to go ahead and give it a go, if you have the littlest bit of patients and some basic tolls you will be FINE! I hope this helps some one as it would have made me feel better knowing a novice had done it before me wiv little or so problems. Oh yeah, my mates bike rides fine after my bush mechanic skills had taken me through his forks Good luck and enjoy!
  12. Mr. Fire Walrus

    Yamaha WR250F (2009)

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    Great bike! once you open it up they can be turned very aggressive (for a trail bike). Overall great woods bike.
  13. ovulex

    Yamaha WR250F (2004)

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    My first toy.
  14. Jonesr00

    Yamaha WR250F (2001)

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    Bike is awesome, fast but wish it was faster! Has ~Plastics and Fuel tank, Frame from a 2002 yz250f. ~FMF Q2 exhasut ~Pivot works fork seals ~ (SDG)YAMAHA YZ 125/250 2002-2014 (TALL)seat ~Renthal handle bars ~Pro taper grips ~Also have Pro circuit t4 slip on exhaust, stock frame, tank and plastics. I know there's more but cant remember
  15. WRFrance

    Yamaha WR250F (2007)

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    a great little bike for every level
  16. tapaul

    Yamaha WR250F (2001)

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    once modified for woods/ocala Fl. has been excellent...still going strong hundreds of hours... 2 pistons, 8 valves, have never touched bottom end. Has only broken once in woods and we used to ride 60 to 80 miles every saturday in bottomless sand pinned 4th gear.
  17. NI-TRO

    Yamaha WR250F (2002)

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    Only had it for less than a week. Bloody powerful and my first bike.
  18. Rip_Stik

    Yamaha WR250F (2002)

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    Its a tank when it comes reliability and durability. it feels like your cheating its so easy to handle through the woods, around the track, in the back yard. this is just overall a great bike, I've loved it since the day i got it.
  19. Hi there, I have an 04 wr250f and it has never had a top end rebuild and not sure about valve adjustment. No idea of hours or kms. Bike runs well. I think its a good idea to do a top-end. Not sure about valves though. Can buy a valve shimming kit off eBay for $80 or a new set of steel valves plus springs for $180. Which are apparently a lot better than the stock titanium ones. What do you think?
  20. robrobsen

    Yamaha WR250F (2013)

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    My actual dirt bike
  21. jamesk656

    Yamaha WR250F (2006)

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    my first bike, she's a beauty
  22. Dirtbiker24

    Yamaha WR250F (2002)

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    awesome bike very reliable and comfortable.
  23. The1calldNIK

    Yamaha WR250F (2004)

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    Amazing bike. All around fun and exciting
  24. Chris.GVS

    Yamaha WR250F 2015

    19 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 250 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 5 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): 80/100 R21 51M Rear Tire(s): 100/100 R18 59M SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.3 / 1480.8 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): N/A Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.1 / 8 Seat Height (in / mm): 38.6 / 980.4 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Not Available
  25. Jeepcruiser86

    Yamaha WR250F (2001)

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    Great bike, It has stage 1 and 2 hot cams, yz muffler, powerbomb header, and all the free mods
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