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Old 04-10-2013, 11:52 AM   #4276
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So, looking at the pictures on the site, looks like the rear seat bolts are used. So that means you can't keep the Manrack, I'm thinking. Also, there appears to be a mounting point near the passenger foot peg. Actually if you don't have them yet, you may not know. The top rack seems to make it necessary to drill holes through the fender like the Flatland.
That is all possible, I suppose. The side racks will be more useful for me. I thought about the Manrack thing too. We'll see.

I'm not getting the top rack, not interested in drilling through the fender.
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Old 04-10-2013, 12:38 PM   #4277
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Crf 250l parts in Canada?

Hello there.
New to the forum,a new 250l owner...
Would really like to get a fuel tuner,a whole stage 1 kit for that matter.
Does anyone know where I can order parts in Canada for this bike the dealer is no help,can't even get me a service manual??
I don't mind the bike as is but I live in the mountains and all the hills are scary big.I make most stuff but really do need a little extra push!!
I know,I know it's not my 450x or a 100+ cubic inch Harley but I'm sure all I need is a tuner.
Please help.. 3 hours from the border and 3 years behind..
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:21 PM   #4278
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Hello there.
New to the forum,a new 250l owner...
Would really like to get a fuel tuner,a whole stage 1 kit for that matter.
Does anyone know where I can order parts in Canada for this bike the dealer is no help,can't even get me a service manual??
I don't mind the bike as is but I live in the mountains and all the hills are scary big.I make most stuff but really do need a little extra push!!
I know,I know it's not my 450x or a 100+ cubic inch Harley but I'm sure all I need is a tuner.
Please help.. 3 hours from the border and 3 years behind..
If you look on page 113 in your owner's manual, there's information on ordering the service manual from Helm. Shipping to Canada, from what your fellow Canadians have posted, is $.
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:22 PM   #4279
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Hello there.
New to the forum,a new 250l owner...
Would really like to get a fuel tuner,a whole stage 1 kit for that matter.
Does anyone know where I can order parts in Canada for this bike the dealer is no help,can't even get me a service manual??
I don't mind the bike as is but I live in the mountains and all the hills are scary big.I make most stuff but really do need a little extra push!!
I know,I know it's not my 450x or a 100+ cubic inch Harley but I'm sure all I need is a tuner.
Please help.. 3 hours from the border and 3 years behind..
You can try CRF'S ONLY
http://www.crfsonly.com/catalog/index.php/cPath/290
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:23 PM   #4280
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Wolfman side racks, on the way!

just looked at the Wolman website; I will be interested to hear if the bike balance is affected by having the exhaust side rack sticking out so far, I suppose you could try and load less on that side?
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Old 04-10-2013, 02:19 PM   #4281
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I had the Wolfman side racks on my WR250, and they were out more over the exhaust side - absolutely no problem,
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Old 04-10-2013, 02:32 PM   #4282
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Hello there.
New to the forum,a new 250l owner...
Would really like to get a fuel tuner,a whole stage 1 kit for that matter.
Does anyone know where I can order parts in Canada for this bike the dealer is no help,can't even get me a service manual??
I don't mind the bike as is but I live in the mountains and all the hills are scary big.I make most stuff but really do need a little extra push!!
I know,I know it's not my 450x or a 100+ cubic inch Harley but I'm sure all I need is a tuner.
Please help.. 3 hours from the border and 3 years behind..


CRF's Only for the manual, Ask them for cheaper shipping rates, they will charge you the normal rate but refund you the discounted amount for using other shipping means to Canada.

This may also work with other parts they have also to Canada, haven't tried yet. I've also read some where's that there is no duty on motorcycle parts between Canada and US, and haven't got any duty charge's with the few purchases this far so this is a big bonus also.
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Old 04-10-2013, 04:17 PM   #4283
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Clutch lever

Can someone steer me to an aftermarket clutch lever. I like to carry an extra.

thanx
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Old 04-10-2013, 05:27 PM   #4284
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Can someone steer me to an aftermarket clutch lever. I like to carry an extra.

thanx
zeta has clutch and brake levers that fold on impact. Might want to look into those. AROUND $100 for the pair I believe, check on ebay
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Old 04-10-2013, 06:11 PM   #4285
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zeta has clutch and brake levers that fold on impact. Might want to look into those. AROUND $100 for the pair I believe, check on ebay
Not interested in 100 bucks worth of extra levers. Just a cheep after market will do.

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Old 04-10-2013, 07:06 PM   #4286
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Picked mine up a few weeks ago..lots of fun
My first venture off road and I like it.
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Old 04-10-2013, 07:15 PM   #4287
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Mine did the same thing from mile 1 to 30 now it seems to of stoped!!!

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In looking at the cutaway view in the Helm manual, it appears to be the pressure relief valve. So maybe there was too much oil in there?
Ya mine did it too
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:58 PM   #4288
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For some reason best known to my brain I put this question in the WR250 thread last night so lets ask the question in the right place.....

Just about to fit my Eastern Beaver fuse box to the LRP.
I think I will put it under the seat, any one know the best (easiest) place to take a wired feed for the relay?

I had a quick look tonight but the wiring is well wrapped under there!
Thanks
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Old 04-11-2013, 01:36 AM   #4289
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I have de Eastern Beaver fusebox also. I took the lead from the taillight for the relai.
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Old 04-11-2013, 05:51 AM   #4290
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