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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Sock Monkey, Apr 7, 2008.
I don't know, the conversion is pretty easy though?
Some others like Highfive have done dyno-testing http://www.wrrdualsport.com/tech-guide/dynotesting, but comparison is pretty much mute unless the pipes were compared on the same bike with the same Dynamometer in similar conditions and modifications; correct?
Congratulations on your class win!
What tires did you run and what pressure in lbs/sq in. I'm having similar problems with sand. Would you have changed to a different tire make if you knew ahead of time?
mine was pretty much the same in deep sand, until I changed the gearing, much easier now. And by all accounts by those I ride with, I am the best by a significant margin in the sand. I am not saying that I am a great rider, just that of the guys I ride, sand is where I leave them in the dust... Single track not so much
Anyone have an stock handlebars that they want to sell? Send me a pm.
sequent what suspension mods did you have?
Congrats, that rallye is a bear!
What mods? Athena?
I just tried riding a 2008 wr250r and was surprised I could just barely get the toes of both my feet down. I'm 5'8" with 30" inseam & was wondering if this sounds about right. The 2nd owner thought the bike was at stock height, but couldn't say for sure. Just eyeballing it, it appeared a little shorter than the bike I saw at the dealer.
Sounds about right. Check out my post from last year:
+1, sounds about right to me too.
Thanks! I was a little worried the bike would be too tall, but it felt all right. It's nice to know that I could still lower it a little more if I needed to.
I have a 30" inseam, and after doing the factory lowering (threaded out the shock clevis, raised fork tubes 3/4"), I get the balls of my feet down, and if I slide forward to the lowest part of the seat, flat-foot. I also weigh 225 lbs, which compresses the suspension more than a lighter person would.
Heading out to Primm/Bar 10 with this Fall's CORE Crew........report/pics to follow
Bump for the baddest-ass bike on the internerds.
Anyone know if the Athena 290 head gasket is the same dimensions as the OEM gasket?
Just noticed that I lost my right side cover sometime in the last week. and it was the one with my DrCool sticker on it. Now I need to figure out if I want a new colour or stay with stock blue and white.
Don't know what the shipping costs will be ?! It could use a little paint because there is some rust on the rack.
I don't know, but I'm sure the shipping costs from Europe to Canada would be rather costly, especially for a bulky package.
I think Dave would appreciate the irony of it being lost somewhere on the road.
Looks like a awesome ride.