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Recommend Shop in So. Denver?

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Hi,

Can someone recommend a shop in So. Denver?

We've completed our move from So. Cal. to Colorado :) and I need to get the bikes rejetted.

I need to rejet an XR50, KX60, 400EX and my YZ426.

Thanks for the help.

Steven

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I would NEVER take my bike to Fay Myers for service.

Contact Burned who is a moderator on this site and have him fine tune your bikes. He lives in Littleton and he'll do a good job.

The XR50's stock main is as small as it goes and they run okay here just as they are.

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You could spend that money on some wrenches and learn how to do it yourself instead of paying a dealer, then you'll always know how to. Plus its as hard to get to the jets as you may think. :)

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You could spend that money on some wrenches and learn how to do it yourself instead of paying a dealer, then you'll always know how to. Plus its as hard to get to the jets as you may think. :)

I would actually prefer to learn to do this but am worried I'll screw something up.

I am not very mechanically inclined.

Thanks for all the suggestions.

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Thumpertalk has the manuals for the 250F/450F on there thumperfaq website. It shows how to do it in the manual. And its basically the same for all 4 bikes except the KX60, in which it is not a thumper, but the jets are all in the same places.

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I would NEVER take my bike to Fay Myers for service.

Contact Burned who is a moderator on this site and have him fine tune your bikes. He lives in Littleton and he'll do a good job.

The XR50's stock main is as small as it goes and they run okay here just as they are.

My fault, I thought he was just looking for a shop to get the jets at. I would suggest burned also, the actual re-jetting process is easy, but he can probably tell you what size jets to get.

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