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Technical / Re: 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« Last post by MyckMcClung 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 bogging....it's acting like it's starving for fuel

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Technical / Re: 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« Last post by MyckMcClung 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
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Technical / Re: 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« Last post by racer x on April 24, 2017, 01:52:33 PM »
whoops you say? try a boyesen super bowl.
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Technical / 07 KX250 lean condition in Gouts and whoops ???????
« Last post by MyckMcClung 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
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: 2tak national bikes
« Last post by citabjockey on April 23, 2017, 01:42:03 PM »
Best caption:

This is the 2017 KTM 250Sx that KTM’s David O’Connor rode in practice at the World Two-Stroke Championships. After practice David decided to switch to a KTM 150SX to “live another day.”
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General Two Stroke Talk / Fast house 2stroke vid
« Last post by racer x on April 21, 2017, 01:21:47 PM »
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: the Beast is Back and part of the rebel alliance
« Last post by racer x on April 21, 2017, 01:18:27 PM »
He was one of my favorite riders back in the day.

I still have my 93 YZ250. Been thinking of making it a Bradshaw replica.
that would always be cool
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General Two Stroke Talk / Re: Good, Bad and the Ugly of 125's?
« Last post by rsmith on April 20, 2017, 06:29:12 PM »
buy the newest model you can afford/like. look for models that relatively stay the same over quite a few years as parts are more readily available. good luck

Add to that the one that has good local dealer support.

You can get everything online these days I suppose but being able to walk into the dealer and get questions answered and get stuff NOW when you need it is a good thing, trust me.
 
--Ron.
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