'97 Beta parts

Discussion in 'Trials' started by r77toy, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. r77toy

    r77toy Been here awhile

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    How available are parts for a '97 Beta 250?
    I found what seems like a good buy, $1300 obo
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  2. Kamala

    Kamala Long timer

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    No problems what so ever. Beta USA in Vt or any number of other places have most everything. Don't be shocked at the price but its an issue with all Trials Bikes.
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  3. DrKayak

    DrKayak Retro Rider

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    A few part are out of stock. There is only one color rear fender left new the gray with orange TECHNO...

    All of the engine parts I have needed were the same part as the Rev3 uses. I had to do a small mode to get the Rev3 fan to fit.

    I like mine.. I have got a ton of use from it.

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  4. gybeman

    gybeman Been here awhile

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    Was the longer sidestand one of them ? :rofl
    Nice shape btw.
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  5. DrKayak

    DrKayak Retro Rider

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    Are you saying the side stand on my Techno is not stock??? That would explain why I have a second one that came with the bike.

    I actualy just picked up a 06 Rev3 that I'm waiting on DMV paper work.

    The side stand is the #1 thing I like better on the Techno than the Rev3.

    BTW - The mount on the sidestand is different on the Rev3. I would move the Techno stand to the Rev3 if it fit.. :deal

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  6. gybeman

    gybeman Been here awhile

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    No, just saying, cause a lot of bikes don't need a fist sized rock to lean on.
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  7. ADVCoop

    ADVCoop Been here awhile

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    It's leaning on a rock because the bike is straddling a small ditch is my guess. You can see that area is lower than where the wheels are sitting.
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  8. DrKayak

    DrKayak Retro Rider

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    Exactly...
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