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  1. What do you guys think about the Cycra Powerflow shrouds on your fx? I just purchased a '15 model and the factory upper shroud/airbox was missing one of the rubber grommets up front. I replaced it and it still doesn't look like it wants to stay together. Just from looking online at pictures the Cycra looks like a better design. Any ideas on how to better keep the upper and lower shrouds together? Is there a source for graphics for the Cycra? Thanks, Darrell
  2. Hello, TT community. I picked up a 2018 YZ250FX and love it. I've always run FMF exhaust systems on my bikes due to the weight saves and performance gains. I bought the full 4.1 RCT Titanium system for the bike, but so far I've only installed the can/silencer. Installing the can provided a nice boost in performance across the board. My question: I'm debating whether or not to install the 4.1 RCT head pipe sections. I heard from a reliable industry insider/rider that the FMF 4.1 RCT head pipes on the YZ250FX actually lowered the HP on a dyno test that they performed. Upon further investigation on the FMF website it looks like this exhaust system is spec'd to be used on both the 250F and the 250FX. And according to FMF's website this same system is used on a variety of years too, like from 2014 to current! This seems rather odd. The FX motor and the F are similar, but actually much different and one would think that the head pipes would be designed differently depending on the characteristics/design of the motor. I read somewhere that Yamaha had spent a lot of time developing the head pipe for the FX. Of course, the stock cans/silencers are always plugged up to meet all of the import requirements, so changing the can out is a no brainer, but I'm questioning the head pipes. In looking at the stock head pipe compared to the FMF head pipes, the stock pipes appear to be larger in diameter. So, I'm wondering if anyone else has had any experience with the FMF 4.1 RCT exhaust systems on their YZ250FX, and more specifically, the head pipes and one's thoughts on the performance of the head pipes. Any first hand experience/knowledge would be appreciated. Thank you,
  3. Has anyone encountered this? Bike will only start with fast idle or what some call choke on. Dies as soon as that is turned off and have tried turning the knob to increase the idle but that doesn't seem to help. I've been searching history for this, and haven't seen a fix so far. Fairly stock bike, 40 hours. Any ideas?
  4. Hey Guys, I just purchased a 2016 YZ250FX not too long ago, and before I bought it, I had no intentions on converting it into a dual-sport. Now, after riding alot of the trails behind my house, I'm finding myself pretty limited on trail exploration and wanting to drive on some pavement in order to find other cool stuff to go riding on.... I'm wondering whether selling my bike for a dual-sport such as the WR250F/WR450F or Converting my existing YZ250FX using a conversion kit and whatever else you need is the better idea? My area has some pretty rough terrain and some steep rocky hills that im going to need to throw at the bike. Any advice would be appreciated!
  5. My 2017 250fx front right fork does not rebound. (At all) I have fork bleeders aswell that bleed some oil whenever I release pressure. I hear a rattle in it when I shake it around and does not rebound like I said. Could it be low on oil or a broken spring or something else? I’ve never torn into the suspension on this bike under the illusion it was fine until I tore it off to install seal savers.
  6. Hi guys, I have a 2017 YZ250FX. I want to put on a 12 tooth front sprocket and have purchased 2 separate ones from RockyMountainATV and my local shop (Vortex and Sunstar sprockets). I'm having the same issue with both of them. When I tighten the sprocket nut any more than finger tight, the drive shaft seizes. Seems like the sprocket is touching the engine case. The obvious solution would be that these are the wrong sprockets but both said they fit from the manufacturers. The spline pattern fits and the sprockets look identical to the stock one. If there's a difference it must be just a mil or two. I suspect a spacer under the sprocket would push it out away from the engine a bit and prevent the rubbing. Is this something that is possible / required for aftermarket sprockets? Did I just buy the wrong sprocket twice or am I missing something simple here. If I put the stock 13t sprocket back on I can torque the nut to spec without rubbing. My first bike so any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks all. https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/957/48095/Vortex-520-Steel-Front-Sprocket?s=1058402 https://www.motosport.com/sunstar-front-sprocket
  7. Ok so I have a 2017 yx250fx with 20 hours on it. I put a Yamaha fan kit on it as soon as I could. Up until now the fan worked great. I went to change the oil last week and started the bike to warm it up. I noticed that it was boiling over and the fan did not turn on. I checked the fuse and it looks fine. I disconnected the temp sensor and ground wire wile the bike was running and the fan came on. So I'm stumped I'm getting power to the fan why won't it turn on automatically? Thanks
  8. I was riding my 2015 yz250fx at a local MX track and I came out of a corner slightly lugging the motor out of 3rd and the engine power dropped immediately and began backfiring with the compression over and over and would not gain power until I down shifted and it took off like a rocket. Only happened 2 times over a 3 hour span. But I'm scared it might randomly happen going up the lip of a jump. Bike has fresh gas and about 70 hours on it any ideas?
  9. I recently got a steal on a 250FX this past winter after coming off a 2014 Husaberg TE250. I've always wanted to try one out racing after hearing good things and this one just landed in my lap. I've raced it in two haresrambles now. 2nd in the first one and 3rd this past weekend, which was better than I expected as it was a very fast wide open type of course with some MX mixed in. So to the quick point as more often than not, I get going way too long. How have people gotten more power out of this bike? It's great, but I want it to come on harder when I get on it. As it sits right now, I have to really work it and feather the clutch to make it get going in a hurry. I'm not a big fan of just throwing money at a bike without knowing exactly how it will affect it. So at this time, it has the standard off road stuff, plus a full Rekluse 3.0. Motor is stock and it has the stock pipe on it. I rode a Very fast buddy's KX450 that is setup for NEPG enduros and I couldn't believe how quick it was. When I wanted to go, it WENT; Like putting myself in ludicrous speed for short bursts of time. So that has kind of infected my brain and I'm thinking a possible change to a KTM 450XC-F (2017 version) next season. I'm pretty fond of how the FX handles though, so I've thought about the following items. 1- 269cc kit. Does this have a large improvement? How is the reliability? 2- Dr.D full exhaust system. They're a sponsor so I'd go with them, but I haven't seen too many people running Dr.D on the FX. Any thoughts?
  10. Hey guys! A couple weeks ago I picked up a 2015 YZ250FX from an old guy who woods rode it but wanted something with less power. So far I've ordered a Yoshimura RS-4 Slip-On exhaust for the bike but I'm wondering what else I should do to it. I'm considering picking up a Twin Air Power Flow Air Filter kit that comes with a new airbox cage and some fancy filter thing, as well as a GYTR Power Tuner because it feels kind of rich. Are there any other mods I should do? I'm going to be racing with O.M.R.A. which has a harescramble series in the State of Oregon. Thanks!
  11. Hi guys, long time reader, first time poster. Basically need some input from you guys. Trying to decide between a YZ450FX or a YZ250FX. I'm 37, 230 lbs, 6', fairly muscular. Could drop maybe 15 pounds but not more without dropping muscle mass. I'm in the gym 4 times a week. Rode a 125 2t for a year in my teens and tried several road bikes in my twenties but nothing long term. Downhill mountain biked my whole life. Wife OK'd a bike for Christmas so I'm facing a dilemma. Do I get the 450 and grow into it or the 250? Getting both would not be looked upon kindly lol. Looking to ride a variety of stuff (Vancouver, Canada), gravel roads, back-country exploring, some trail possibly track as I get better. Lots of steep terrain but nothing crazy. My two kids just started on their Honda 50's so most of my toy money will be going towards their gear etc as they grow. Basically I'm looking at getting a single bike and keeping it. Thanks for your input
  12. I went to my local Yamaha dealer planning to buy a YZ250FX and walked out with a YZ250X. Hoping I made the right choice (and probably not too late to change mind as you will see). I had been going back and forth over text with a local sales guy on getting 3 dirt bikes, one for me and one each for my 14 and 12 year old boys so we can start making riding dirt bikes a father and sons activity. I rode smaller RM and KX bikes as a teenager and now that my sons are nearing that age I figured it’s time to introduce them to the sport. Other than owning an ATK600 when I lived near Tahoe for a couple of years, I’ve really not ridden much off-road since a teenager (other than my mountain bike LOL). We live in Atlanta now and will probably ride Durhamtown and Highland Park mostly, so lots of trails plus ample MX tracks of various types to choose from should one of us so desire. Hence my thinking a bike that is MX capable without being full on MX. Long story short, so that I wouldn’t be negotiating with my boys present, I worked everything out remotely with the sales guy (so I thought) other than needing to check sizing with my two boys. I showed up and they had all the bikes for the boys to try ready, plus the 250 for me. We sort out which bikes fit the boys (TTR125 and TTR110 if you’re curious) and it’s only when he’s pointing out the features do I realize they’ve built up a 2-stroke YZ250X instead of the FX. Apparently, I accidentally dropped the “F” in my texts. They did not have an FX in stock so it was take the X or wait. His opinion was "take the X, you'll love it." Of course, he also wants to sell a bike that day. He took me to meet one of their technicians who has the FX who said he’s been drooling to switch to the X. Indeed the guy shared with me he’s modified his FX as much as possible to make it closer to how the X rides, whatever that means. I also thought, hey I’ve worked on 2-strokes before, so that will be easier (and more fun?) if I have to do any wrenching or mods (though it's so loud, not sure I can even start it with neighbors around!). So anyhow, I ended up being comfy with the X and we brought all 3 bikes home. But while the ink might be dry, considering I have yet to ride it and the cirmustances of the confusion, I suspect if I were to change my mind they would let me pay another $500 and swap for the pricier FX. But once I take the X out for a ride, that’s it for sure. I have read some of the posts herein comparing the two bikes and I hate to rehash the same question, but for a dad looking to do trail riding in the woods with his boys and then occasionally hit some MX tracks for fun (with whatever modest skills I can rekindle or improve upon), any reason to not be content with the X? For sure either bike will be way better than any I've ever owned, but I cannot help but ponder. PS cost of ownership does not figure in (we won’t ride enough and/or I’m lucky enough that the difference won’t matter compared to my satisfaction) Thanks for any thoughts!!!
  13. Ladies and gents...First post and I will keep this short as possible! I recently bought my kids (7 y/o boy and 8 y/o girl) a Honda CRF 50 to play on and they are really taking to it, especially my son. I live on some land in West Texas and already have a decent trail layed out for them. Currently chasing them on my ATV but am now looking for a dirtbike for myself. A little background on myself. I am 36, 6'3" 215lbs and workout a minimum of 5 days a week. I have been a competitive mountain biker (downhill and enduro) for the past 8 years. I grew up riding but never racing dirtbikes, and my last bike was a 1995 Honda CR250 I had about 13 years ago! I have had numerous street bikes since then. I discovered that there is a nice and tame local motocross track about 15 minutes from my house and we watched a race a few weeks ago and was bitten by the bug. We also have an amazing ranch about an hour away that has held some national level enduros with tight, super rocky trails. Some of my coworkers ride and all have 250 or 300 2-strokes (KTM/Husky). Now onto the bikes. I might play/race occasionally at the local track. I will definitely be trail riding and possible hare scramble/enduro with the guys and chasing my kids. I also foresee some trips into the mountains of New Mexico and CO fairly frequently (currently do this with mountain bike). I think I want to get a new bike just to keep from getting someone else's problems. I have located a leftover 2016 Yamaha YZ250X for $6,000 within a few hours drive. I have also found a 2016 KTM 250XC for the same price. My other option is a Yamaha YZ250FX. The maintenance and cost has me leaning toward a 2-stroke plus that is what I know from my CR days. But I have to admit a modern FI 4-stroke is intriguing (and what my local shop is pushing me towards). I feel I will pick up on riding pretty quickly, and I want something fun over outright speed, but not something I will outgrow and want to upgrade quickly. For someone of my size what would you recommend for an all-around bike? I also am considered a KTM 300XC but 250's are much better deals and I can always convert to 300 later. From all my reading as far as the 2-strokes go, it seems that the KTM has the advantage of E-start, hydro clutch, wired for lights, larger gas tank and possible a better fit for a taller guy. Yamaha is simple, bulletproof and better suspension. Due to the MSRP on paper the 2016 KTM 250XC is the much better deal, but I am kinda digging the yamaha after reading reviews. Please HELP!!
  14. I've been getting more and more comfortable riding my FX lately. I took a Steve Hatch Riding Clinic the other weekend and learned some key things that I was doing wrong in general and some more bike specific stuff as well. Here I am practicing some of what I learned on some fun trails. Trail riding on the FX
  15. Greetings TT! Hoping to glean some knowledge from you YZ owners. This is by far the nicest vehicle of any type I have ever owned and absolutely love the bike. My experience is with street bikes and 2 stroke dirt bikes. That said, I now have about 30-35 hours on the bike. Around 5 of those hours are beginner level XC race hours, the rest is a mix of slow single track and faster double track. I realize its past time to do the necessary top end checks. It's just so damn fun to ride I kept putting it off lol. Oil change was after 1st hour, then 3rd hour and since then every 2nd ride-around 8 hours with filter every other oil change. Screen is cleaned every time, and I always crack the bleeder screw til oil runs out. I have until now been using Yamalube conventional oil that the dealer recommended. I am switching to the Yamalube synth from this point on. Air filter is cleaned oiled after every ride, I use No toil green stuff and swap between the stock filter and a funnel web filter if its going to be dry and dusty. SO, just now checking the valve clearances. Clearances are good. However, I pulled the cams out anyway for a look. I'll share my findings and appreciate any insight First off the exhaust lifter or bucket that corresponds with the decomp is showing lots of wear. New part has been ordered ( I also realize that my clearance on that valve should be rechecked when new part arrives), but I am curious if this type of wear is normal for such low hours? When checking by hand the weight/spring/pin all move fine and easily retracts. So I am assuming the pin is not stuck out when running. When I first got the bike it was fairly hard to start sometimes and before my first race would not stay running at all. Another racer with same your WR advised me to turn the idle up. Did the trick. I'm not used to a modern 4 stroke-or 4 stroke dirt bikes in general other than my DRZ for that matter, so I did not realize how high the idle needs to be. Starts no problem and runs great always since. Perhaps it took a beating early on from a low idle/ frequent cranking to start? Also, I tend to ride lots of technical trails that require lugging/clutching, perhaps the revs being low from the lugging is not overcoming decomp spring? Finally, more recently I have to doing single track trails that include gnarly engine off descents, and sometime I will just click it back into gear and pop the clutch to restart. Perhaps I'm not spinning the motor over as quickly as the starter will and the decomp pin is beating on the lifter til the motor restarts? My decomp pin has rings or ridges that look like tooling marks, but on the pics of say hot cams, their decomp pin is quite rounded and polished smooth. Thoughts on this? I have not yet measured anything with a mic or plastigauge, just visual checks. More wear than I was expecting, but again I'm used to prehistoric 2 strokes. So here's some pics:
  16. I own a 2016 YZ250FX. I love it. Great bike. I've done nothing to alter the power with regards to aftermarket parts other than to set the GYTR tuner map to the factory HARD hitting setting which gives me a little more snap. After a year, I'm really comfortable on the bike and ready for even more grunt and mid-range power. I'm looking for suggestions on how to achieve this without making any major changes. A pipe for one, would be a quick swap that could help. What pipe do you guys recommend? What else could I do to get more power? It's fuel injected, so no jetting to be done, right? I'm no mechanic, so looking for dumbed down suggestions. Thanks in advance!
  17. 1970 Jawa CZ 250 and 1974 Yamaha yz250, were some of my favorite bikes I rode for years... A long time ago. I'm looking to get back into it, in a much slower pace of coarse ! I think 2 stroke might be my choice... but I open to some good advice. The 2 stoke yz250 and the yz250x , not much difference ? What about the 3 other 4 strokes ? yz250f, yz250fx and thewr250f ?? No track, no competition and so on, just good old fun cause I'm just too old ! Thanks guys !!
  18. I just got my GYTR Power Tuner and plugged it in to my 2015 YZ250FX to check the total hours on the bike (even though the tuner reports it in minutes). To my surprise it only has 35 minutes on it which is probably correct for only my last ride on the bike but definitely not for the total hours on the bike. Therefore, does anyone know if the ECU hour (minute) counter gets reset if you unplug/replace the battery in the bike? If YES, what about a custom ECU map that got downloaded to the bike? Does it get lost too? Thanks...Steve
  19. MY bike now is a 2006 CRf450r, i want to go to a 2 stroke i have the chance to buy a 2018 yz250 for 5,625.00. Im a woods rider and wanted the yz250x but they dont have any, so what is the main different between the yz250 and the yz250x. Can i get most the parts on the 250 as the 250x has? I can also get a yz250fx for 20 dollars more than the yz250. I mainly race harescrambles, Ride single track and harder trails. just checking before i jump in over my head. Thanks
  20. Hey all. I’m a newbie here so let me know if I’m in the wrong place. I’ll get straight down to it. I’m in the market for a new bike and have been thinking about what’s going to be best for me for a long time. Until recently I finally came to the conclusion that a new YZ250FX is my best option. My last bike was 2015 Yz250f which I loved. Now just yesterday I saw a local dealer advertise left over 17’ FX350’s for almost the same price as the YZ. What appeals to me about the Husky is that extra grunt. What doesn’t appeal to me is the suspension and handling and the reliability of the machine. Now I’ve never owned a KTM or Husky so I am basing those two factors on word of mouth only. Like I said, I loved my Yz250f and felt very at home on it, it has probably been the best bike I’ve owned to date. Yamaha reliability is also second to none which adds to my peace of mind on purchasing the YZ. One thing I wish it had was more power though. Obviously it’s only a 250f so you can’t expect it to go like a 450 (not really interested in 450s). I ride mostly trails and the occasional day at the mx track. The trails I ride are gravel based, loose, rocky, single trail, and also wide, fast, flowing, sand trails which is where I think my yz250f really shined, and where I had the most fun. I’m only a small rider at 145lbs which is why I’ve steered away from 450s. I’ve read a few forums and others have said the ktm and Husky 350s are unbeatable on the trail which is why I am in this dilemma. So basically what I’m trying to decide on is if that extra power is worth compromising for the YZ suspension, handling and usability. Feel free to make any other suggestions, including other bikes as I was also considering the YZ250X 2T. Thanks guys
  21. A few of us went for a ride recently. Nothing too special. But a friend was riding awesome on his ole YZ250FX. I like to harass him and say "imagine how good you'd be if you were on a 2 stroke". LOL Check him out!
  22. Just upgrade from a GoPro 3 Silver to a GoPro Session 5 with Video Stabilization. I've heard some guys say for dirt riding, turn off stabilization. What say you? Here are two vids to compare. With Stabilization: Without Stabilization:
  23. Looking for the exact dimensions for the P3 Carbon Heat Shields. I want to make my own and can't find a whole lot of details on their site or RMATVMC, Motosport... Thanks! I believe they're all the same for 14-19 Yamaha big bikes.
  24. How many of you are racing on your FX? Here's a go-pro video from a recent J Day B-Senior moto. Enjoy!
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