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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: Working local cross country race this weekend
« Last post by Boogsy on May 23, 2019, 10:16:54 AM »
Good job beaner
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Crap, it's been over a month since I have been on the bikes. Definitely will be at the wick 338. Saturday OP and Sunday MAC racing.
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Poker run for us on Saturday in Shelton, WA.

If that goes well then Vintage MX on Sunday in Toutle, WA.

Monday, probably staying in bed but my buddy with a private track want's me to come out there... So depends on how well my fitness holds up.

Have fun!

--Ron.

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It's a holiday weekend here in the states...  Who it riding this weekend???

My wife is traveling to see her family and leaving me behind...   :(  So I'm planning on making the best of it and planning on a solo rife Friday, and a group ride Monday...   :D ;D ;) 
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: cr250 losing coolant
« Last post by eprovenzano on May 22, 2019, 09:10:51 AM »
It seems as though you found the problem...  keep an eye on it and keep up informed.

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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: Working local cross country race this weekend
« Last post by beaner on May 21, 2019, 07:49:35 AM »
The soil a the park is mostly clay...  so when it get wet, its like riding on ice.  The video doesn't give the true perspective as to how muddy / slippery it was...  Although as you'll see many had to stop and take a break, as the extra effort required really sapped the strength of many riders.


I race an off road series on a similar clay course. Our season ending race is 6 hrs long, and the night before the last one it rained really hard. In the morning the woods were like ice. I got a good start but I had a strategy and by the end of the first lap I was in last place - out of ALL the classes.

I watched everybody fly past me, some off into the woods, but all of them slipping and sliding all over the place while I took it easy and preserved my energy until the course dried up. It did in the second hour and I had lot's of energy left to run a good pace.

I finished second overall
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: cr250 losing coolant
« Last post by madmangil on May 20, 2019, 05:21:52 PM »
cylinder head gasket was replaced. The old one looked like it lost some of the rubber coating from the inside edge to one of the coolant channels. It didn't leak after a 10 minute idle. It will be at least another week before I can get a ride in. I will post the results.
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: cr250 losing coolant
« Last post by rsmith on May 16, 2019, 05:08:52 PM »
Yes, in most cases you will be able to see where the issue was.

--Ron.
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: cr250 losing coolant
« Last post by madmangil on May 16, 2019, 04:13:21 PM »
Thanks for the advice, I will give that a try.
If that is the case, should I see any sign of a leak on the gasket when I remove the old one?
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: cr250 losing coolant
« Last post by eprovenzano on May 16, 2019, 08:25:21 AM »
I agree with Ron... you're getting pressure into the system from somewhere...  I'd replace the head gasket.
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