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 on: March 25, 2019, 11:58:11 PM 
Started by KhanhNe - Last post by KhanhNe
Hi guys. I just finished my 1995 kx250 top and bottom end rebuild for the trail. Now I have a plan to convert from 19' wheel to 18' but hard to find the spokes fit with OEM hubs. Does anyone know how long spokes will fit with 18' rim?

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 on: March 25, 2019, 05:39:25 PM 
Started by Polar-Bus - Last post by Polar-Bus
That mill looks amazing. Where did you get it?

https://littlemachineshop.com/products/product_view.php?ProductID=4190&category=1387807683

This mill has fixed or modified so many broken projects with my bikes and guns ! Wished I had bough one 10 years ago !

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 on: March 25, 2019, 04:52:43 PM 
Started by Polar-Bus - Last post by umberto
That mill looks amazing. Where did you get it?

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 on: March 25, 2019, 04:27:39 PM 
Started by Polar-Bus - Last post by Polar-Bus
Jeez, i've been whining to myself for years about how I need bar risers on my K5. Finally was able to get this mod done. The problem is the dampener pivot pin won't be long enough after the addition of the 1.2" taller risers. Thanks to the addition last year of my Little Machine Shop mini-mill I was able to machine a longer pin out of some .312" dia titanium rod. Everything fits perfect, alignment is spot on, and steering feels smooth !






Here's a pic of my mini-mill , if you're a hardcore DIY project guy, you NEED one of these mills !


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 on: March 25, 2019, 02:28:38 PM 
Started by Motorrad - Last post by Foxx4Beaver
McGrath practicing supercross (new)...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asZpfE7o3jI

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 on: March 24, 2019, 01:24:59 PM 
Started by Hillclimb#42 - Last post by Hillclimb#42
ISO brake pedal for a 96 kx250. Mine is worn to the point of rubbing a groove in the clutch cover. I know this is a problem on a lot of older kx bikes, if not all makes. The unobtanium pedal for my bike was only made on 95-96 250ís and 125ís. (Thanks again for the info Sandblaster) Iím sure a lot of you guys have had similar issues on other years. If anyone happens to have said pedal, Iím looking. (Buy or trade) The reason I put this here instead of ďwanted threadĒ, is Iím wondering if, you guys are repairing pedals or retro fitting from other models. Itís just the hole thatís worn, and I have seen threads in the past about using a bushings for newer pedals or pressing out OEM bushing and replacing that. Any help or advice on the process is greatly appreciated.

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 on: March 24, 2019, 03:39:58 AM 
Started by Foxx4Beaver - Last post by KXDINO
Hopefully Kawasaki will bring a kxe out shortly , I be able to sneak up on the kangaroos and race them. grin

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 on: March 23, 2019, 05:05:10 PM 
Started by Motorrad - Last post by Foxx4Beaver
Seattle practice...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oOwqTmqy48

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 on: March 23, 2019, 02:30:57 PM 
Started by ftc - Last post by Polar-Bus
got the cylinder and new piston back from millennium last week.  engine is back in the frame now.  decided to get the decompression head from larry and the 2 piece clutch cover from alward, so currently waiting on those 2 parts to continue putting this thing back together

You will LOVE  Larry's  decompressor ! It works so awesome. I'm a hagged out 53 y/o with right hip issues and there is NO way I could get my K5 started in standard configuration.  Another tip I have learned with the K5's is to double up on the copper crush exhaust gasket in the cylinder. If you run only a single washer the pipe will most likely hammer the snot out of the gasket from vibration and then the inlet of the pipe starts to smack the inside of the cylinder causing big gouges. Double gaskets and some Permatex RTV on the exhaust springs minimizes harmonic vibrations and no more broken exhaust coupler  springs. Good luck with the rebuild !

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 on: March 22, 2019, 08:41:04 PM 
Started by Foxx4Beaver - Last post by Foxx4Beaver
It'll be just a matter of a short time before the rest of the fleet follows suit...if they're not already, and just haven't decided to reveal anything yet.

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