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Old 09-30-2012, 06:27 PM   #646
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HairTrigger,

Woohoo! That's awesome! There's nothing I like to see more than a fleet. That is definitely jumping in with both feet!

The only request I have is that you don't start looking for a BW80 until I find one first.

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No guaranty on that one. I have two little ones that will be needing one soon. And I already have a few in my sights.
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:47 PM   #647
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anyone know where to buy pilot jets for an 88 bw200. can't seem to find them anywhere. thanks.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:14 PM   #648
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Are you referring to part #5 or #6? If you're looking for five, then the best bet might be to order a Chinese copy off of ebay. ($35) They have the reputation of being pretty good right now. That could change with the next batch however. They are Chinese counterfeits, after all.

Is your old jet beyond being cleaned (ultrasound or mechanical)? Or is it just gone?

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Old 10-04-2012, 03:29 PM   #649
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I got a decent condition 1987 yamaha bw350 for sale in Warwick New York. Havent runned it in a few years but had been well cared for. Sitting in my garage, so any interest message me. Seriously great shape. contact me, I will spell this out partially for my own good reasons, its 845 five three eight 1219.
thanks.... Best bet is to call, I am tired with logging on to check messages.
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:39 AM   #650
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Denver EnduroCross update

Yes, Taddy did it again. He was easily half a track ahead of Taylor Robert when he took first place. But go easy on him, Enduro Alaska; he's such a nice boy.

I took my son to get rider autographs, but just as we reached Taddy he said to us, "I am sorry, but I have to go race now." So polite, so sincere, and so genuinely joyful about racing. With him looking like a 14-year old desperately trying to grow a beard, my maternal instincts flared. It was all I could do not to say, "Be careful out there, sweetie." Instead we wished him luck, which he clearly didn't need.

Mike Brown was looking good early on; he's so graceful on his bike that one wonders, "is this EnduroCross or ballet?" But he faltered in the Main Event.

Best wishes to the Metamucil Militia next week--but be nice to Taddy.

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Old 10-09-2012, 09:38 PM   #651
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Big E,

You are not the first to fall for Taddy's boyish charisma.

Be aware, though, that under that layer of charm lies a rattlesnake. Or an anaconda. Or some kind of arachnid. Maybe even a wallaby.

Obviously I'm not a biology major, but I know when I see a wolf in sheep's clothing. We will treat him the same way that the LAPD treats a suspect: it can go easy if he lets it happen but if he wants it to be rough, we know who to hire and how much to pay.

Don't feel badly about being charmed by The Serpent. Even his own mother thinks he's a nice boy.

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Old 10-14-2012, 08:56 PM   #652
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Cry What will I need

People of the bigwheel thread I am sorry to bring news of a Casualty but I was given a Bw200 electric and kick start bike not sure of year I think it is an 88 That had a suzuki dirt bike front end on it and half of the frame cut out. I took the good motor and tranny from it and cleaned up what was left, Does anyone need rear wheel or a few frame pieces or jackshaft, She was roached i will try to put a picture but the motor is going into something of a better cause. An early 60's mtd riding lawnmower makin a glammis and trail rider out of her, Im gonna try and do my best to keep the bigwheel legacy goin in her, what do you think guys?
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:38 PM   #653
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Greetings and salutations to the One Called jaubuchon from the People of the BigWheel,

It is a cause of great sadness to hear of the passing of a BigWheel from this realm. However, if its parts bring life to other BWs, then the Circle of Life is completed and a greater purpose is served in honor of The Great BigWheel.

It sounds like the remaining valuable parts are going to be linked to the swing arm. The wheel, axle, jackshaft, wheel hub, brakes, eccentric bushings and the swing arm itself could all be recycled. If you still have the seat, that would truly make someone happy.

I'd like to see the eccentric bushings in Shercoman's hands so he can get his pirate Yamaha Counterfeit Parts Factory up and running. The 200's bushings are different from the 350's.

I feel the BW-powered mower is an appropriate project for a heart transplant.

But, of course, only if we get videos or pictures posted.

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Old 10-16-2012, 06:34 PM   #654
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I might be interested in the swing arm,hub and related parts.I might need to create something new!
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Old 10-17-2012, 10:27 AM   #655
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From the Pacific arose Godzilla. And from the Rockies arose Frankenstein.

I can't wait to see it.
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:43 AM   #656
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Your wheel is in progress.Will ship back by the end of the week.
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Old 10-21-2012, 03:19 PM   #657
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I ran across this thread while looking around for a dirtbike for my wife. She's only ridden a couple of mini bikes so I wanted to get something easy for her to ride.

I had a BW80 as a kid. I had a ton of fun on it. It was my first dirtbike. I rode it so much I wore out the top end. My dad liked it well enough that later on he found himself a TW200. I'm glad I found this post. It brought a big grin to my face to see these bikes again. I'm glad to see they still have a following. I'm kinda jonesing for a BW350 myself now. I'd really like to ride that ATC250r missle. Maybe we'll find my wife a BW200 to ride.
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Old 10-21-2012, 05:26 PM   #658
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You're hilarious, Mr Bigwheel.
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Old 10-21-2012, 07:41 PM   #659
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Cdi issues

what kind of cdi will work on a bw200e the motor i have is missing it, and what kind of carburetor is the stock carb, i need to find a rebuild kit.
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Old 10-27-2012, 03:54 PM   #660
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Well, it was time to say goodbye... It was a fun bike, but needed some attention which I had not the time to deliver. Traded this:



For these:



and a set of rims to go with them. Win-win for me, get rid of one project and come up with some much needed parts for another! I *will* be keeping my eye out for a BW350 though... So I may be back.
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