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Discussion in '2 smokers' started by FloridaSteve, Dec 30, 2007.
And here's my RD350 which started as a basket case.
It has its own thread, but I thought Id add it to the list in here.
My 350S2 finished some time ago:
The H2 I've to finished soon:
H1 I sold last year;
Jawa I sold last month:
Any other shots of those Bulls ?
Heaps, I'd think. They win a LOT of races. Tommorrow, I'll see what I've got.....
Nice 125 stingers! One of the bikes on my must have someday list.
Did yuz get these 'over there' ?
These are great wee 2 banger 50cc motos for sale here...you ride them from the age of 14 and it get's 14 yr olds into enduro riding as they're road legal...
great quality cycle parts...usual Honda stuff going on......
Fantic 50cc 2 banger.....
I've seen 14yr olds ride these in my enduros full lit...great quality cycle parts and design....
Even a supermoto 50cc 2 banger for the streets here work well...great to see them wheelie ing along the streets!!!
More of a test of my picture posting ability:
This is before:
That was while waiting for the new jug.
and all back together with the big tank:
'91 KDX 200 w/ 495 miles, craigslist find for $1,000. Feels and runs as new....and boy is it geared short
An errant baseball hit the oem front fender and snapped it off, I'll get another white one on there.
I had one of those.... Mine was a good wee bike...
But alot of people had over heating probs with them..
mine was trouble free...
Big time score for you Blakebird!
I have one too, and love it. You are right.
Stock gearing is perfecto for tight woods riding, but, way
too short for fire trails or open road.
I have geared mine to the moon and it is still too short for
it's new intended purpose.
This early picture was with a 45 rear sprocket and a 14 front I believe.
I toyed with the idea of sumoing my KDX 250 SR.
Your pics have just reminded me how harsh hindsight can be..
Took off the blue painted steel bars and put on ProTaper SE's with new grips and a new clutch perch/lever.
Got rid of the red XR fender and cleaned things up.
Been lurking a long time and finally joined. Here is my little MX125C I just went through. You may not see many of these.
I think this was a great bike...and a great idea! A race bike, which was a step below the higher-priced YZ line-up. I raced against one on my YZ way back and couldn't beat him...and I'm sure it couldn't have possibly been because he was a better rider than me!