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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by onaXR, Jan 18, 2006.
Sounds like you are simply lugging the engine too much. It's not a John Deere
GOOD! I was hoping I wasn't looking at a new transmission or full rebuild soon (as much as I would love to send it out to CW, I just don't have the time/money right now). I'll just try to keep the rpm's up more.
I don't have an XRL... but I'm told the engine in my 1987 CBX250 is the same engine as a XRL250. Can anyone confirm this?
Here are some photos from my recent trip to Grand Teton NP.
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Nice pics Spud. I was up there back in September on the KLR. And Allison Krauss to boot! She used to play a festival here in Louisville back in the 80's put on by Kentucky Fried Chicken and has only gotten better with age.
Nice shots Spud, looks like it was a fun trip
anybody tell me what tank I have. I need to order a gas cap.
They say 'never meet your idols' and that's sort of how I felt riding to XRs Only the other day. It's less than an hour away from my house and I've ordered plenty things from them, but thought I'd take a road trip to get the few things I needed.
As you can see it's rather nondescript, and inside is much the same, but whatever I asked for (XR-related of course), they confidently grabbed off the shelf. And the prices were very fair. I really like these guys and believe in supporting them because they support our cause.
The ride from OC is fun if you take back roads via 138.
Wow! Their website is bigger than their building.
I figured they`d have a big ol sign..with 1/2 the paint missing........and a clapped out XR600R strapped down on the roof top all faded and rusty and shit......what a let down........
I guess I should get off my duff and upload the pictures I took over labor day weekend.
I was riding up I-5 looking at the full moon and thinking "I bet that would look cool over Crater Lake". So the Next Day I rode down to see.
Wow! Awesome pics!
If you like riding on southern California's very own "blood alley."
Maybe they don't want to be found by anyone still waiting to get their temperature dipsticks.
Totally off topic, and I assume most of you have heard about this already, but just in case - here's something pretty cool that happened today:
Check out redbullstratos.com for more about the jump. I can't seem to find a link to the freefall video anywhere, but it was pretty freaking impressive!
I saw that live from the site, totally awesome. I loved his quotes..."I'm really high up" and "I'm hauling ass"
I'm waiting to see the video...
I had a great ride in the Ozark Mountains today!
I love the new sprocket ratio: 14/48.