I'm looking for any help with assembling my transmission. Does anybody have pictures or step by step guide they can share with me? I have the manual but it doesn't seem to be helping. A couple questions that stand out:
Should all the shift forks marking face to the left?
When the gears are all assembled without the shift forks installed, should the gears all line up and spin freely?
I've assembled and disassembled this a couple times now and every time I try to run it through the gear on the bench it doesn't shift all the way up or down or the shafts will spin and then bind up.
I have the service manual but find it very vague in this area.
Please, any help would be appreciated
By Cameron Kraushar
Hey everyone, I have a couple questions to do with me crf 250l not the rally. I am planning to go on a trip from BC Canada down to panigonia. I have to 250l right now totally stock and I need to know what I should do for exaust mods, power mods, things like that. I would like to be doing more highway type riding the way down. While in Mexico I will be doing some dirt road riding. But I need to know what I should do to upgrade the top speed, or do I not need to. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks in advance!
Selling a complete Arrow exhaust system to fit a 2013 - 2016 Honda CRF250L. Includes all parts pictured. Has the factory installed DB killer but does not come with a spark arrestor. I installed this system but removed it right away when I realized that I like the sound of the stock system. Has about 2 minutes total running time on it. One small scratch on the silencer from the cover bracket (see photo), otherwise like brand new. Bought it from Italy for $465, will sacrifice for $340 plus $30 shipping to the lower 48 states. Contact me for shipping to other destinations. Prefer PayPal.
Hey everyone, I am new to the world of 2 strokes and I am having an issue with a 1996 CR250r that I recently acquired. To begin with the bike will bog down when I first hit the throttle and will do so again if I let it sit for a bit. However the problem goes away if I am constantly on and off the throttle. The larger issue however is that the bike seems like it is hitting a rev limiter at 3/4 throttle and the power is lacking for a bike this size. Id appreciate any help in trying to figure this out.
2009 Husky WR 300.
New top and bottom end.
New brake pads and they were just bled.
Hyde skid plate.
FMF Gnarly pipe and FMF Q-Stealth silencer.
JD Jet kit.
Comes with extra cylinder, head and piston.
Comes with lighter springs for the suspension.
Pulls like a mule.
This is an awesome trail bike. If you ride Georgetown, Foresthill, Elkins Flat or Chalk Bluff this bike will not let you down.