2007 CRF150R Supermoto (Pics)

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  1. Jolly705

    Jolly705 Long timer

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    Well I finally laced the 17s to my CRF and took her for a spin today and all I have to say is damnnnnn [​IMG] Between the power and handling it is the best mini I have ever ridden. Here is a list of some mods:

    full Ti Pro Circuit
    BBR Suspension
    Oversize Brake
    CRF450 Caliper
    Sun Rims with stock hubs
    Acerbis Bark Busters
    Bars
    Custom Velocity Stack
    SME sliders

    I think that is about it. I can't wait for the spring!!
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  2. Jolly705

    Jolly705 Long timer

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  3. jabandsnort

    jabandsnort a mighty fly dancer

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    That thing looks like a blast!
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  4. bykpimp

    bykpimp Live and let ride

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    I've been half way looking for a 150. Use to supermoto a XR100. Very nice!!!
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  5. ADK

    ADK master of the casual pace

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    Wazzat? Indoor racing? :ear
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  6. Jolly705

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    You got it. Indoor SM racing in PA. It is a 40,000 sq foot warehouse that they run every Wed. and Sunday during the winter. It is a blast :D


    As far as the 150 goes I use to have a TTR 125 and this thing does not even compare. It is sooooooooooo fast it is amazing. My bike has somewhere between 25-30 hp soon to be dynoed :eek1
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    from what I have been hearing they do not hold up well to full on roadracing. Some were speculating that it was like the xr100 where they burn a lot of oil. The xr100 burns ~300cc/hour of racing so sometime into the 3rd hour it will die. The word I have heard is the crf 150 uses even more oil then that
    but the power is unbelievable.

    all just what I have heard and I am passing on unfound rumors .
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  8. Jolly705

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    What you are hearing for the most part is correct. You have to keep an on the oil level. Mine has not been burning any oil but I make sure to check it quite often. A few guys were trying to run 6 hour enduro races on them and they popped.
    I hope someone makes an oiler cooler or something to add more oil to them. The little bike hauls ass though, the performance is amazing!

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    ADK master of the casual pace

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    Here are the details. Check out www.supermotojunkie.com in the east racing section if you need more. A guy named Jeff puts it on. Great indoor spot!

    Indoor SM racing
    Building 651 Carbaugh Drive Chambersburg Pa 17201

    Every Wednesday 7:00pm-10:00pm and Sunday 8:00am - 12:00 pm or a bit longer if nec.
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  11. ADK

    ADK master of the casual pace

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    Damn,that's 5.5 or6 hour drive from here.Is that track down near Newburg still open?:ear
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    All the tracks are closed for the season. Middletown does a 4 week indoor series (flat track) in Jan and that is it. Racing and practices start up end or March/ April.

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    crf
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    crf 150 in rs frame
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  14. BikePilot

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    Sweet! My wife has a KX100 that's all modded out for off road, I'm always tempted to run it in a mini-moto race too. Similar power output to the CRF, but of course much less tractable.
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    Are these R or F 150's? Sweet bikes either way. I heard a few guys blowing up the R motors running them on small road racing courses.
    I hope someone makes an oil cooler or something to be able to add more oil! I have been asking around and still heard nothing.


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  16. Jolly705

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    Stop tempting yourself and just do it!!! :rofl It is so much fun!

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    in our club 100cc 2 stroke is too big to be a mini. The pictures are of water cooled motors. They seem to make about the same hp as an ex250. The 47 bike was the bike that turned the fastest lap in the mini race but only completed 1/10th of the laps. It would have been interesting to see what times they would have done with a warm track. The second fastest lap was done By Earl Haydens team on a rs framed rm80 engined bike these often make ~30 hp.
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  18. kittycactus

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    That's a slick looking bike!

    My husband and I raced 50cc based bikes last winter on an indoor go kart track downstate. The tires were like icicles, but it was a blast. I sucked, but I learned a lot.
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    I wish we had a close place to race indoor here whether it was on 50's or 150's. That looks like a blast racing the 50's. I ran the practice indoors on Sunday but it was 4.5 hours away, a long drive for one day :cry
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