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Will it fit??

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ok just need to know if a 250f motor will fit into a 2000 yz426f frame?

i know i might need a little extra stuff but other then that im not sure.

thanks

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Short answer........no

Long answer.........yes....It will not bolt up. But, with a cutting torch and a welding machine anything is possible. Motors have been stuffed in all sorts of frames. Anything is possible, but not always worth the effort

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If getdrunk can fit his 426 Nig Rigged Motor in a quad, I'm sure you can figure out how to make the 250f fit in a 450f frame...:thumbsup:

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If getdrunk can fit his 426 Nig Rigged Motor in a quad, I'm sure you can figure out how to make the 250f fit in a 450f frame...:thumbsup:

Thats borderline racist, but still funny.

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I hope the 426 is trash and your just not getting rid of it. Why are you going to a 250?

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If getdrunk can fit his 426 Nig Rigged Motor in a quad, I'm sure you can figure out how to make the 250f fit in a 450f frame...:thumbsup:

LMFAO!!!!!!

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I'm not following what thats all about but :thumbsup:

I had a little problem with sum mud and i need major repairs.there seem to be a lot of motors on ebay for 250f and not that i don't love the power of my motor but i have to try and balance cost of repair over worth of bike.

the cam journals,cylinder as well as crankshaft bearing is gone. so about $1200 to fix over all. :ride:

I have both a loud ticking as well as a knocking.i could just do a crank rebuild and a new cylinder for now and later replace head but i don't feel right doing it that way.

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