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Old 01-30-2013, 10:25 PM   #2836
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Not sure why it doesn't work, I'm at the mercy of the ADV search tool.

Here's how I got there.

click search while in the forum topic list.

click on the . under the search text entry box.

In that advanced search page type in crf250l in the keywords box, then select Thumpers forum to search in.

Click Search now on bottom right of the page.


There you go.

I updated my thread with the new link, it's different so maybe that search is only good for a period of time.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/searc...rchid=22410821


In order for my thread to work I need help, so if you've posted up your methods to make the LRP yours, please help us all and repost it over there where it can be indexed and not LOST. ;)We like photos.
Soon enough we'll have a good resource with all the various options to setup a LRP for Adventuring!
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:16 AM   #2837
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We need a CRF250L sub-forum now

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Old 01-31-2013, 06:40 AM   #2838
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We need a CRF250L sub-forum now

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Yes! An amphibious CRFL.
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:01 AM   #2839
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Not sure why it doesn't work, I'm at the mercy of the ADV search tool.

I updated my thread with the new link, it's different so maybe that search is only good for a period of time.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/searc...rchid=22410821
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It seems the link expires and leads to a dead end. Bummer.
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Old 01-31-2013, 09:50 AM   #2840
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Not sure why it doesn't work, I'm at the mercy of the ADV search tool.
Yes..bummer indeed, I liked the way it looked, sort of a main menu type deal, you could could go to that screen and see what was new in all the different threads, also great for IPhones and such as a bookmark. Even following your new method that you posted, I still get about 4 pages of everything else mixed in.

As I mentioned before, my forum skills are pretty slack,but something like the menu screen you had would be great. Like Krono said, a sub-forum or something.

It's hard to blame Noobs and new buyers for coming here and wanting to know more about the CRFL, lots of fantastic everything here, and it's the hottest thread that I've found about the CRFL...but,it will be good to get everything more orginized and get all the great info. and great members posting in the appropriate threads, and accomplish this by the easiest means possible for everyone.....( I think that made sense...)

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Yes! An amphibious CRFL.
"What??"......Do they make these in Thailand yet???......
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Old 01-31-2013, 09:59 AM   #2841
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Yes..bummer indeed, I liked the way it looked, sort of a main menu type deal, you could could go to that screen and see what was new in all the different threads, also great for IPhones and such as a bookmark. Even following your new method that you posted, I still get about 4 pages of everything else mixed in.

As I mentioned before, my forum skills are pretty slack,but something like the menu screen you had would be great. Like Krono said, a sub-forum or something.

It's hard to blame Noobs and new buyers for coming here and wanting to know more about the CRFL, lots of fantastic everything here, and it's the hottest thread that I've found about the CRFL...but,it will be good to get everything more orginized and get all the great info. and great members posting in the appropriate threads, and accomplish this by the easiest means possible for everyone.....( I think that made sense...)



"What??"......Do they make these in Thailand yet???......



There's updated instruction in the CRF Adventure thread to get that list you like.



http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...1#post20614931
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Old 01-31-2013, 10:12 AM   #2842
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There's updated instruction in the CRF Adventure thread to get that list you like.



http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...1#post20614931
Ahh wicked!!...thanks lost, now if we could only make it a keeper..Is that up to the mods and makers of this site?
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:50 AM   #2843
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oversize rotor???

anyone hear of an oversize front rotor in the works for the lrp??? ive seen where others have used an oversize 250r rotor with a custom bracket but it would be nice to get something that fits out of the box....

or if theres a master fab dude out there... and i know there is
maybe making a couple of brackets for a certain rotor that a couple of us can go in toghether to make it worth your while...
anyone???
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Old 02-01-2013, 04:02 PM   #2844
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Hi

Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket back brake pedal available for the LRP yet ?

Mine has bent in half a couple of times now


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Old 02-01-2013, 10:49 PM   #2845
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Airbox Mod

So who has done the airbox mod like BDSB? I have drilled the holes in the side cover to allow more air, but they also removed a portion of the top. Necessary?
Maybe just remove the snorkel?
A little reluctant to cut the top of the box off.

Feedback from anyone who has done this would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 02-02-2013, 06:00 AM   #2846
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So who has done the airbox mod like BDSB? I have drilled the holes in the side cover to allow more air, but they also removed a portion of the top. Necessary?
Maybe just remove the snorkel?
A little reluctant to cut the top of the box off.

Feedback from anyone who has done this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Lots of holes in the air box was a very popular modification of the Yamaha WR250R and it helped a lot.Removing the snorkel from other motorcycles I have had (XR400R & KLR650) seemed inconclusive. From a fluid mechanics standpoint, removing the snorkel seems to trade a smooth tube with a reduced cross section with a sharp edged hole with a larger cross section for a net gain of possibly nothing. For sure removing the snorkel you'll make more noise. Having said that I bought a spare CRF airbox lid, and airbox. They are 8 and 18 dollars respectively so I can hack them up...If I don't like it, I can go back. Perforating the lid does work on XR400's, but of course it makes fording deep streams dangerous. Also, removing the backfire screen and the aluminum sheet with the larger perforations from the stock filter may be troublesome also. The large perforation sheet probably acts as a stop to keep the folded paper filter from turning itself inside out. For those who have done this modification, I'd suggest they check the filter very frequently looking for rips...just hold it up to a bright light. Since a single cylinder engine has lots of pulsing in the flow, that folded fabric is constantly beaten back and forth. I'm hoping Twin Air or other knowledgeable aftermarket filter folks come up with a foam filter for the CRF. Twin Air already makes one for the CRF250R.
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:50 AM   #2847
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[QUOTE=Ed@Ford;20632237] Perforating the lid does work on XR400's, but of course it makes fording deep streams dangerous.

Back to being too cold here to do much. While you were in there, did you notice how the hoses are routed, with regard to stream crossing? I know there's fix on the KLX with a "T" fitting, with another hose going up high, otherwise water gets sucked up that hose. Wondering how deep the water would have to be to in danger of killing it. Anybody been in water? How deep?
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:55 AM   #2848
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Hey, our LRP made the cover of Cycle World/March issue. Another shootout, CRF, KLX, and WRR. Guess which bike got best bang for the buck?
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:55 AM   #2849
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Back to being too cold here to do much. While you were in there, did you notice how the hoses are routed, with regard to stream crossing? I know there's fix on the KLX with a "T" fitting, with another hose going up high, otherwise water gets sucked up that hose. Wondering how deep the water would have to be to in danger of killing it. Anybody been in water? How deep?
Is this a concern on an FI bike?
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:01 AM   #2850
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Is this a concern on an FI bike?
Good point, haven't been in there yet to see. If so, the Achilles heal would be the top of the air box then?
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