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Technical / Re: 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« on: April 27, 2017, 07:07:17 PM »
thanx Ron, it's coming apart next week, I think(hope) it's a bad reed valve/boot gasket, there arent any tears in the boot.
gonna do a leak down 1st in an attempt to eliminate the possibility of a stator crank seal

Technical / Re: 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« on: April 24, 2017, 02:31:20 PM »
after comparing pics, it looks like it might fit, but man I hate to spend $100 on something that might fit....
but it's not's acting like it's starving for fuel

Technical / Re: 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« on: April 24, 2017, 02:17:59 PM »
if they made one for this carb  I would already have it.... sadly the cut off is 94.. from what I can tell

Technical / 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« on: April 24, 2017, 11:57:42 AM »

2007 KX250, jetting is perfect, float level is perfect, stock carb is clean as it gets, ultrasonic and brushed. cleaner than from the factory.
All vent hoses are new no pinches, new fuel line, with inline filter, flowing fine, installed to hopefully eliminte the following issue, with no results.
V-force3 reed block, fmf gnarly, T2. no compression leaks.
Here's the situation, and I'm at my witts end trying to narrow it down.
Fast shallow whoop section, in the pipe 4th gear, second bump, goes lean, like I'm running out of gas, I chop the throttle, the slide closes, pull in the clutch, still screamin it's head off, feather the clutch and it drops back down to normal Idle. it only does this in this same condition, smooth straights no issue, only in the whoops, or in a heavy G-out and it is inconsitant, as in it doesn't do it every time, but those are the conditions where it occurs.
I have checked the float height, I have replaced the floats, and the fuel needle, cleaned the seat, all of the circuits in the carb are clean and smooth.
The only possible conclusion I can conjur is a cracked reed on the bottom of my reed block...I haven't pulled it yet to look.
Any experience with this issue on a 05-07 KX250 would be helpful. thanx in advance, I'll let you know about the reeds when my replacements arrive

I agree with the fly wheel weight, 10-12 oz.
also the FMF gnarly pipe is freaking awesome and tough, it'll give your bike more bottom end while not sacrificing power anywhere else, it is an excellent compliment to a flywheel weight.
also set up your suspension for your weight and riding style/ability
Racetech has a spring calculator on their web site to help get you started in the right direction, but  a revalve is highly recommended and worth every penny, or shilling ;)

I've read Jodys column my whole life, he is all about going against the grain, the grain of mainstream, trendy, dumbassery. Now I don;t know him personally, but I have agreed with 98% of what I have read of his column.
The sport is dieing, and fast. If people don't wake up and smell the pre mix, there won't be anything left for our kids.
I know I am just as fast on a 15 year old bike as I am on a brand new bike, and so is 95% percent of the guys out there. A fancy pants $9000 fourstroke wont make you faster, it just fluffs the ego.

General Two Stroke Talk / no toil biodegradable filter oil
« on: December 30, 2012, 11:59:36 PM »
I"ve been using it for about ten years.  I am very satisfied with the ease of use and have noticed no negative side effects over other brands I previously used.

college?? what's that?? ;)

Technical / Two gaskets?
« on: May 23, 2012, 01:38:21 PM »
I agree with what these guys said, it is true yo uwill lose compression. I run two high compression base gaskets on my KX250 to take a little of the violent hit out of it. Major improvement in the rideabilty department for $3. I ride tight eastern woods, if I were an MX guy I'd run 1 high comp base gasket.
 It's not always about the most horse power. An easier to manage power band is often more benifitial than an over the top drag motor, simply due to the rider being able to hang onto the bike for longer periods of time.
 I know several guys that try to tap as much power as they can get out of thier bikes, but can't use it 95% of the time, you'd be better off spending some money on setting up your suspension properly for your weight and riding style. It will truly make much more of a difference in your speed and consistancy than trying to squeeze 1 or 2 HP out of your motor

Technical / !!!!Please help me with this clutch case accident!!!!
« on: May 23, 2012, 01:24:43 PM »
yeah man, with out the missing piece, you're screwed, better head over to Ebay and start looking for a new case, chain guide, and a glide plate too. ???

Technical / Boyesen Rad Valve VS V-force 3
« on: May 11, 2012, 09:49:45 PM »
I would also recommend Boysen Dual stage reeds, I put them in my old YZ and it really made a big difference in throttlew response through the whole spread. The reeds in it were good, I just replaced them because I had heard about the Boysens bein better.

Non-Moto / Parts and Riding gear online retailers?
« on: May 11, 2012, 02:48:24 PM » is a good place

The bottom of the fork where the axle runs through is called the stanchion, the showa is not interchangable with the kayaba use the front wheel and caliper from the honda. :<img src=" title="Roll Eyes" class="smiley">
to spread the caliper insert a larger screw driver between the pads up on the metal above the actual pad and spread them.
However if you are going to use the honda front end, lawd have mercy, just use the whole front brake, as the hose routing is different from the yamahas

Technical / Linkage grease
« on: May 08, 2012, 06:21:09 PM »
Marine grade bearing grease, I don't know which brand I use but it's blue and sticky and takes contact cleaner to get it off my hands

You could hear that that Kawi was gonna go while it was idling. Did you hear the tick tick noise? He probably didn't because of his loud ass exhaust

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