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My 98 rm250 won't shift past 2nd when running. When the motor is off it will shift through all gears smoothly. But when running it will shift into first and second fine, then shift lever just won't raise to shift again. This just started all of a sudden on a ride. Always shifted fine before, no wrecks, haven't dropped it. Any idea of what to look for? Thanks in advance!
I have a 2006 Suzuki DRZ400s. I am having an issue with the tail running lights not working. The brake light does work with both the foot and hand brake. The running lights will come on when i turn the key past run to the park setting. It does have an aftermarket led tail light. Any insight would be appreciated
DRZ400s for sale. Runs great, valves checked, oil changed with stainless steel oil filter, fresh spark plug, fresh coolant.
Pick up in Chicago
CLEAN TITLE IN HAND
MRD exhaust pipe
FCR39 carb perfectly tuned
3x3 intake mod
Recent TKC80 tires
Plastic XL safari tank
Integrated tail light with fender eliminator and license plate holder
Brand new battery for this season
Also comes with stock gas tank in blue - if you got new plastics with this tank the bike would look brand new!
Original exhaust and carb
Different sized sprockets
Dynojet kit for stock carb
Different taillight fender kit
Text me if you'd like to see a video of it being started and running.
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By Preston C.
For this summer, I was looking for a project. As a desert/trial, and occasionally single track rider from Southern California, any time of the year works for a build like this.
I grew up riding two-stroke and after a couple years on four strokes, I want to return to the enduro king. However, KTM and Husky sell their bikes for quite a high price tag.
So, I have decided I want to take an older two stroke motocross bike i.e. cr250, yz250, etc., and make it the ultimate desert bike for significantly less than a new KTM.
I am not loyal to one brand, but I have always loved Honda and spent a grand a month ago on all new gear with Honda's name plastered all over it.
I know all the mods I want to do the bikes to make them enduro/desert ready: heavy flywheel, 18 inch rear wheel, new exhaust, steering stabilizer, etc.
What I need help in is I don't know what bikes I can install a wide ratio transmission in. I know yz250 can take a 400 or 426 transmission, but can any other brand?
I would like to see a cr250 with the gears of a 450x rippin through the desert. I like the steel frame for off road use, and I just need some advice on the best bike for this conversion.