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Old 02-03-2016, 08:17 PM
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Motor tear down has begun.
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nice

still waiting pics of the Yamaha pegs onto the frame! really need to get me some because the stock ones are very high and i'm tall so...
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So I looked it all the part numbers up and 2003 through 2007 YZ250F all share the identical pegs. The part number changes in 2008 along with the price per peg dropping in half. I assume 2008 went to a steel peg.
FYI, the stock Yamaha Ti pegs have a reputation for being fragile. A lot of guys suffered from broken Ti pegs, even under mild circumstances. The hot tip was to switch to 08-09 YZF 250/450 cast stainless steel pegs that were 10mm wider, 5mm lower, stronger and had a more open design. All Yamaha's big bikes from '98-'10 use the same mounting brackets/hardware if you're looking to source parts for a swap.
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Sorry for the delay, parts still coming in. Cylinder at Millenium getting replaced and ported by EG. Tranny tumbled and coated and new OEM crank has been balanced. New UFO plastic arrived as well. Gold excel Rims and bulldog spokes came last week from my guys at Dubya.
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Sorry for the delay, parts still coming in. Cylinder at Millenium getting replaced and ported by EG. Tranny tumbled and coated and new OEM crank has been balanced. New UFO plastic arrived as well. Gold excel Rims and bulldog spokes came last week from my guys at Dubya.
Very nice! This is going to be one sweet bike!
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Old 02-22-2016, 07:58 PM
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It's become a dogger break the bank special!
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Sounds like it's gonna be awesome when it's done! Looking forward to some picture updates. Thanks again for the pipe BTW. It cleaned really nicely.
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Good to hear!
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Cylinder back from Eric Gorr. Replated and ported.
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Sweet! What type of port work did you specify from EG?

Looking forward to seeing it go back together.
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Went with the broad power option. I was stunned how good the cylinder replate looked!
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The "mo Betta", good choice.

Like I've posted in the past, the plating done by Millennium is much better
than OE. They use Nickel Silicon Carbide (NSC) which is stronger than
NIKASIL. I have used NSC plating exclusively for years on all of my race
engines. It's tough, durable and holds a re-hone better than stock.

I think you're really going to like a lot of the mods you are making. Should
be a stout engine.
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Silencer back from Cerakote.
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Suspension being serviced, bought race tech gold valves for the forks. Rear shock needed a new bladder so that just came in. Both ends being revalved.
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nice!

i'm interested to see how the stock fork valves of these '93 are if you can get me some pics please.
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Old 03-24-2016, 11:27 AM
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Bike is at my mechanics, I'll get pics when I get up there. Also will get pics of the pegs.
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If anyone needs a Kehin carb I will be selling mine since I bought the airstryker. I already bought the Honda OEM gasket kit for $28 bucks which I will include.
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Seat cover on.
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Looks awesome!!! Need more pictures
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Rear wheel laced up, hub machined and powder coated.
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