GPX TSE250R 2T Enduro

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  1. Dirtleg

    Dirtleg I'm an Football Bat Supporter

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    Damn we have the same address. :beer
    What are the odds?
    Of course different Van.
    Different River.
    Possibly weirder guy.
    Different City.
    Different State.
    Different Country.
    But for all intensive other purposes practically the same.
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  2. Navin

    Navin Long timer

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    Never forget the original wierd moto guy in a van down by the river!

    I think I solved one mystery... Electric PV @Pitster ???
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  3. malignity

    malignity Wonton

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    DOES IT HAVE THE BUTTON?!

    That's the only thing we need to know. It could be a 3 speed for all I care. LOL
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  4. Pitster

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    It has the button!!
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  5. CDN Rick

    CDN Rick Canoodia Eh?

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    Just give us the details already!!!! I'm dying over here!!
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  6. malignity

    malignity Wonton

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    [EDITED AND RESERVED FOR PARTS SHARING INFORMATION]


    Headlight: 2015+ Yamaha WR250F
    Number Plate and front fender: Honda CR250F
    Plastics/tank/frame: 2015+ Husqvarna TE250
    Air Filter/Air cage: Husqvarna TE250

    Spark Plug: NGK BR9ES

    Front sprocket:
    Rear Sprocket:
    Chain length and size: 520x??
    Brake Pads:
    Clutch plates/springs/basket:
    Starter:
    Reeds:
    Reed Valve:
    Shock springs:
    Shock seals:

    Carb: Mikuni TM30
    Stock Main jet size:
    Stock Pilot Jet size:
    Stock Clip position:

    Reed cage assembly (If matching the DT230) 1LX-13610-01-00

    Matches the WR200 and 1987 Yamaha YZ125.

    DT230 Service Manual (should be similar to our engine)

    https://www.manualslib.com/manual/999366/Yamaha-Dt230-4tp3-Ae1.html?page=1#manual

    DT230 Owners Manual:

    https://www.manualslib.com/manual/998665/Yamaha-Lanza-Dt-Dt230l.html

    Choke upgrade to plunger:

    Mikuni VM29-47-VM-TM (Will require slight cutting of the plunger lever on one side to fit properly.
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  7. Pitster

    Pitster miniac

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    A few details..
    TSE 250 Two Stroke, six speed, e start, Chromo lxr 250 type frame.
    CNC enduro foot pegs, Folding clutch and brake levers, Dual foam air filter (extra included), billet hubs, frame guards, skid plate, head light and tail light as well as number plate included, hand guards, cnc linkage, 3m hd graphics, taper bars, cnc triples, Stainless exhaust
    Fit-N- Finish and hardware on par with best in the business.

    MSRP is $5699 however we will have some intro pre-order pricing available.

    I will post more details and production photos as soon as I am able.
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  8. cachunko

    cachunko Weekend Warrior

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    Nice.
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  9. Navin

    Navin Long timer

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    If this is holding the final 5-10% my LXR missed the premium bike build by, its a steal.
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  10. malignity

    malignity Wonton

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    Silly question, but a valid one. USFS spark arrestor? If not, will an FMF Turbine Core work? We need these for woods, and a "screen" type used on 4T's clog too much on 2T's. That's why the "Sparky" attachments stopped production. Anyone remember those? I had one on my YZ250. Lol.
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  11. malignity

    malignity Wonton

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    Also, I need to pre-order my Lectron for this. :rofl
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  12. Navin

    Navin Long timer

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    @davesupreme can jet anything. I had him port up my wet/dry shop vac. Thing rips!
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  13. bark sampler

    bark sampler Been here awhile

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    Carburation is one of the questions I have. We’ll see what it comes with. FI would be interesting. I’d like to see a proper (mechanical/reliable) oil injection but I’m a minority there. There were so many crappy autolube systems in the ‘70s (and Betas -only my opinion!) that people forget how good the properly designed ones worked with directly lubing the bottom end.

    I really wanted to buy an LXR as the concept and the price are spot on. That is such a proven motor risks are very low. I’m more a 2-stroke guy but also sceptical of a new Chinese 2-stroke. There is a bit more “black art” in a smoker.

    Interested in if this replaces KDX’s or the ready to race stuff. That pipe has a small inlet, which makes me think X-trainer type power. I could be way off too though.
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  14. Pitster

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    I forgot to mention the TSE is oil injected
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  15. Thatdog

    Thatdog Hickster

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    Will you have one in Moab to test out at our super secret gathering the week of Mar 18-23 ?? Id be happy to test it out on 5MOH for you :evil
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  16. Pitster

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    We are working towards that if they arrive in time.
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  17. Navin

    Navin Long timer

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    This thread is USELESS without more pics!

    :tb
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  18. CDN Rick

    CDN Rick Canoodia Eh?

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    Wow. Thats $3000 less than the GasGas 300 I'm about to buy if converted to CAD$.....
    I will say i'm a sucker for a 300. But maybe I'm just looking for excuses at this point.......

    Can you give us any details on which Carb it has? or if it is FI?
    Is this a proven motor? Or a new design?
    Hydraulic Clutch or Cable?


    I know i'm asking you to show all your cards... but pretty please?
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  19. Pitster

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    Here are a few details to check out! The motor is from a Yamaha DT 230 design

    Attached Files:

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  20. Navin

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    Damn it. Its gonna be nice. :lol3
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