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yamarida225

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i have a 03 yz 125 and its starting to get to be expencive with the gas and oil prices going up so i want to go back to a 4 stroke any idea what kind of bike i should get. i ride mostly trails and powerline but i go to my friends track and some other tracks so i dont just trail ride.

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Just my opinion, but going from a 2-smoke to a thumper isn't going to be cheaper. And a WR450 isn't the optimal track/trail bike.

Jerry

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i have a 03 yz 125 and its starting to get to be expencive with the gas and oil prices going up so i want to go back to a 4 stroke any idea what kind of bike i should get. i ride mostly trails and powerline but i go to my friends track and some other tracks so i dont just trail ride.

What do you guy's pay for fuel? Try $1.48 a litre of premium.

Don't complain about fuel prices, just wear it. It is all part of having a bike.

The biggest advantage fuel wise on a 4 stroke is not having to mix oil.

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i have a 03 yz 125 and its starting to get to be expencive with the gas and oil prices going up so i want to go back to a 4 stroke any idea what kind of bike i should get. i ride mostly trails and powerline but i go to my friends track and some other tracks so i dont just trail ride.

:applause: Husaberg FE650e should be a good step up from your 125 2-smoke.

http://www.husaberg.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=33

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Since KTM brought them back a few years ago, their reliability has improved leaps and bounds. It might just be my next bike.....

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