WR Still tops in my mind!!!!!

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  • Bryan Bosch

Posted October 23, 2000 - 06:06 AM


This past weekend I rode with a couple of buddies with new two smokes. A 01 CR 250 and 00 RM 250. We rode Ocotillo Wells with lots of sand and rock. Both ran out of fuel in the first 45 minutes and I still had 2/3rds of a tank. They ran out again and I still have 1/2 tank! Four strokes rule! On the tighter, sandy up-hills, the WR's tractor power made life easily while they struggled with power on, off, on, off (you get the picture). After 4 hours, they were tired and I was just fine. I recently installed the IMS tank/seat and an FMF MegaMax pipe. I've fallen in love with my 99 WR again and couldn't be happier! 'Cuz four strokes rule and two smokes druel!

  • Guest_Guest_*

Posted October 23, 2000 - 08:17 AM


Right on Bryan!
People ask me a lot, What bike are you going to get next time you buy a new one? I just scratch my head and say, "I dunno. Theres really not another bike out there I want"

Darin from Missouri - 1999 WR 400F

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  • Gary_Kessler

Posted October 23, 2000 - 08:32 AM



Totally agree!

I was wavering on the border, until I rebuilt my suspension. Talk about taking 30 pounds off the bikes feel!!

THEN I rejetted using James/Clarks EK* needles suggestion - WHOA! A whole new bike now.

It was $$ to get here, but I bleed blue now! Nothing else comes close!

'00 WR, YZ modified and MX-Tech suspension;now if I could just ride it.

  • Heywood

Posted October 23, 2000 - 11:43 AM


Hey Bryan:

Good to hear your back in the saddle again!! I too love the blue bike, I just don't get enough time to ride it.......


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