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street legal 2-strokes

  1. #876

    Re: street legal 2-strokes


    Rode local for 3ish hours...







    you can kinda see the new plate location...I stood behind it & it looked clear enough...maybe even more after I sit on it.

    Just need to move the light or throw on a CRF250X tail/brake light

    I was still fighting the bike when I started riding, but each short break helped me to loosen up

    by the end of the day I was back in the groove

    turning the clickers all the way out helped the forks in rocky sections,





    it's softer, so it doesn't "shock" your body with initial impact. It also doesn't "bounce" off the rocks as much as it absorbs it, and tracks more straight as a result. Not sure if that's what I'd worry about bottoming out in desert whoops in the desert, but we will see soon and I'll just change the clickers position depending on the riding I'm doing to dial it in.

    the new MotoZ tractionator just went on, so the 19" rim goes back on next...will try the 14 or 13t front at that time

    when the cylinder comes, I'll take all the plastics off, hand clean the engine/frame, and clean off any potential surface rust/cancer spots and put a little paint or bed liner

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  2. #877

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    Hmm?

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    I called and there were no outstanding notes; so it was just likely a bubble or some imperfection from the plating process. Maybe delay it a day or two.

    Assuming you guys are subscribed to Everride - 2 strokes are fun off road!



    Okay, okay...real talk, my YZ doesn’t apply here. Rephrased: a 2017 KTM 300 will feel fun off road, if your main bike is a DRZ400

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  3. #878

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    got the 19" rim mounted w' a fresh motoZ



    then the bike fell before I loaded it and I bent the clutch lever...need to put on the Cycra ProBend asap

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    Re: street legal 2-strokes

    19? why the switch?

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    Re: street legal 2-strokes

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    19? why the switch?
    Going to guess his spare wheel that he had a tire for?

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  6. #881

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    ^ this - I bought a brand new MotoZ right before I got the FE, so might as well turn it and burn it

    And honestly, I dunno what the difference is supposed to feel like not sure If the 18” with bigger sidewall really translates to more flex or whatever

    I also like having 2 rims with different style tires so I can swap them in 15-20 mins or so...a dedicated road tire is a cheap mans supermoto and a a flat track tire (they don’t allow knobbies)

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    Re: street legal 2-strokes

    got it ... as for the difference, i just assumed an 18 with taller sidewall would be better for your desert terrain, 19 easier to pinch on rock if you use tubes. i've pinched a few 19's at the track on exposed rock in ruts. not much meat before you hit rim.

    Motoz have nice stiff sidewalls though.

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  8. #883

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    The crazier part is I have always run an UHD tube with 14-15psi and never had a pinch flat

    I carry a spare front tube, irons, a high efficiency hand pump, trail stand, a couple C02 cartridges to start the tube, and am just waiting for the day I need it

    I have also seen a straight through puncture on a tubliss system

    I also thought about Nitro Mousse inserts, but they overheat on slab pavement...maybe in 2-3 generations it will be ideal

    Cylinder shipped! Ported cylinder test coming soon!!

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    yes, it's always a weird random nip that gets ya ... i keep Snausages in my tool pack for the TUbliss rear, low pressures are a blessing, until they're not

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