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Orignally red but the paint has faded somewhat. Otherwise is good condition. ASV Knee included. Off a 2007 CRF150R. Should fit: CRF150R (2007-2017) CRF250R / CRF 450R (02-06) CRF 250R (07-09) / 450R (07-08) CRF 250X / 450X (04-17) XR400R / 650R (1982-2017) XR600R / XR650L (1990-2017) KX 250F (04-10) / 450F (04-08) KLX450 (08-17) RMZ 250 (03-07) RMZ 450 (06-07) WR250F / 400F / 426F (96-00) YZ 250F (01-06) & YZ 450F (01-07) YZ 250F (07-13) & YZ 450F (08-09)
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First i want to thank everyone for their input into the vast amount of knowledge that can be found on this site. It makes life a bit easier and interesting for people like me. MY question is about fitting a ltz400(or klx400)cylinder head onto a drz400. I've searched the forum quite a bit and need to be sure a couple of things. 1. I've read that the ltz400 head is a direct fit for the drz but i would need to plug the manual decomp if i'm putting the cylinder head on a drz400s model. How exactly is this done?I'm assuming the ltz400 head has manual decomp 2.If i were to buy a ltz400 head to put onto a drz400s, would it make a difference whether i bought the assembly parts (cams,valves,shims,springs,etc) for the drz or for the ltz? 3.I've read that the klx400 head is a direct fit also. Is there a specific year klx400 that only fits? Thanks in advance for the responses!
I went and bought a klx250 1995 yesterday. I showed up to the guys house and the bike ran like a top. I started it myself and the motor was bone cold and it was 29 degrees outside. I bought it and brought it home and it wont start for nothing. Tried new gas, new spark plug, drained the carb of old gas. I have spark I checked, compression, and i am getting fuel. We are stumped. The bike just will not start for anything. It just ran at the guys house. I started it multiple times while I was there. It fired up almost everytime cold.
March 2016 I bought my first motorbike A CRF50 May 2016 I moved to a 2.5acre block and started creating jumps for my level of riding I really tried to make the most of the natural features that were hidden beneath the grass/weeds but I really just ended up adding to a worm line that we constantly rode and added lip to sections that we saw fit. Straight / last corner First Jump Sandy burm Exit burm, minor woops into second jump Second Jump followed by small burm Small lip into into uneven decent into the last burm/beginning Perhaps this is a good start for a youngster on his/her first bike I failed to mention that I was born in 1995. This track was fun to start with but it was not long until this simply wasn't enough I started to build this line which opposed the direction of the original track. But the idea was to jump this, hit the small burm and then go onto hit a big jump.. But I got distracted by what I accidentally created. A little dodgy I know, this is the creation of when you can no longer be bothered digging and use random items to fill the gaps. Imagining is a great thing to do and to visualize is even better ! I took photos of my jumps and drawn on them with my smart phone. Little did I know this was going to be the most crashed jump of my life (so far) This was the beginning of my laziest effort. Pallet down ramp. These are pretty great if done well. -Level the area for stable stacking of pallets -Use pallets to fill most of desired down ramp space. -Then put any type of thick wood on top (helps spread the load and not crack pallets) -Then carpet so soil doesn't fall through the cracks -Last add soil/clay and lots of it ! I learnt the hard way (not the greatest effort on the jump but it puts the size in perspective a little) This jump quickly became our favourite And the little track quickly got forgotten and over grown. My lust for a bigger and greater jump and had clouded my mind... And with bigger jumps you soon require a bigger bike and this is when I upgraded to the KLX110L 2016 My stupidness resulted in this creation It stood at about 6ft And shook in the breeze After the result of poor pallet down ramp I realised making these sketchy jumps is dangerous and requires a lot of maintenance. So I contacted a lot of earth moving companies. And tried finding companies that were working on clay sites. This was free for me and should be for you. Each load of dirt 15-20t costs roughly $450 to dump in some parts of Australia. So I offered free dumping within my yard, I get dirt for jumps and they save a lot of money, win win. My first load arrived, roughly 17t of dirt.... it sounds like a lot but it really is not. I got these big crate boxes from work and screwed a door across the top of them to help spread the load. The crates are only there to try and save anybody that is lacking the correct speed. Progress was slow, but I needed to move this first load up against the crates as much as possible to allow the track to back in closer to the pallets. When I cant be bothered digging or don't have the dirt. I like to visualize what it will be like in the end Finally destroyed the old ramp and created a new one with the most desired material. That's what 4 days afterwork of my digging looks like (4 hours a night), worth the giant blisters This is about 22-26ft jump which is a good/fun size I believe. This is currently where I am at but I do think my plans are pretty great This is the plan for the future Apologies for not numbering the above photo The yellow jump with the 16 beside it is my pallet jump which is jump #1 And the second large jump of 21ft is the orange one that follows and that is jump #2 From now I ask that you use your imagination and hopefully can figure out which ones are which in regards to the following images. This one is Jump # 3 Note the burm will not swing around the tree and go to the left. This will be a bit of a hip and send you into a right hand turn quickly followed by a left as shown on the birds eye view. #4 is going to be a pretty hectic step down that I am already scared of the idea ! #5 is going to be a 25ft hip #6 is going to be roughly a 20ft triple (rollable) #7 will be a 17-18ft tabletop #8 and #9 need to swap as I think double-table-double would flow a lot nicer rhythm wise.... #11 a good sized triple roughly 18ft Into a hopefully very vertical burm Then into a +20ft hip to finish it off through the trees Hope you've enjoyed this read so far. I will keep you updated with the progression of the rest of the track. Please feel free to give me tips (other than spelling) in regards to the track and ideas. Cheers Jackson
Wiljen posted a topic in Dirt Bike Pictures & VideoDon't stop me now [WhereIsWiljen - Join the 2 wheeled Madventure] Hi there thumpertalk followers, I wanted to share with you all my adventure I did last year. I bought a KLX 150 (2015 model) in Malaysia and rode it all the way overland to the Netherlands. It took me less than 10 months and I went through 25 countries, solely overland traveling. All in all, it was a Madventure 35.000km on a standard KLX 150 with some panniers for my luggage. I will post more in this topic soon, but above you see a short video with highlights from south east asia! As you can see it opens a playlist from my youtube channel, you can switch to the episodes as well. Cheers, WhereIsWiljen You can find my facebook channel by searching on WhereisWiljen.
So, I found an absolutely beautiful klx300 yesterday on craigslist for $2400. Has roughly 50 original miles. I got it from the original owner who spent the past several years building it. Has all stroker pars including carb, cam, full exhaust system and other little odds and ends. also has brand new factory connection suspension set up for my weight, baja lighting kit, and a street title! Wondering what are the must haves to make it a dual sport like tires etc. It has DOT knobbies but it will be a bit aggressive for the street. thanks
WheeliePete posted a topic in DR-Z 400So I finally got around to replacing the horrendous Suzuki footpegs. Went with some Moose Racing "Onyx" 1/2" back offset pegs. What should have been a 2-3 minute video turned about 5.5 minutes due to an issue with the right side that required some creative grinding to remedy. It was a strange thing for me. I love the feel, I love the toe-room, but having to grind on a brand new $90 part kinda pissed me off. I spent my own money on these (video not sponsored by Moose in any way) so I think I gave them a fair shake in the video.