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Old 10-18-2006, 05:28 PM
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Palm Desert? I'm not from SoCal, so this all greek to me.

How far is it from Temecula?
Here ya go bro. Let us know when your in town!



heres the driving directions

Driving directions
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Old 10-18-2006, 06:13 PM
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Ahh, it's over by Indio. I know where that is.

Very cool. I'll have to hit the shop for sure.
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Old 10-19-2006, 01:05 PM
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Looks like a great project, I've done much the same with my CR250R (I use it for woods, MX and whatever else I find - its also street plated).

I've done: Rating (1-10 - 10 rocks, 1 sucks)

E-line pipe guard 10+

IMS 3.2 gal tank. 5 (works, holds fuel, kinda bulky)

E-line coil (external, 200wts). 10+

Baja Designs LED tail light. 8 (lights up well, didn't fit fender all that great).

Scotts/Ohlins steering damper -works great but haven't tried any others so no basis for rating.

Devol Rad guards 5 - help keep sticks from poking the rads, don't help a lot in keeping them from getting squashed in a crash.

Pro Taper bars 10, very light and strong.

Cycra pro-bend hand guards 10, very comfortable, strong and good mounting system.

Applied CF frame guards 8 look cool, mounting is a bit fiddly.

Works connection rad braces mounted to devol rad guads - not tested yet

btw my CR is an 01 model.

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Old 10-24-2006, 10:14 PM
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alrighty! I got some parts in today.

Works Connection
Radiator Braces

Works Connection
Skid Plate

Pivot Works
Wheel bearing kit

I'm getting excited. I decided to break Tracys bike down to frame and motor this evening. Now both bikes are sitting next to each other in about 400 pieces. Weeeeee





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Old 10-24-2006, 11:15 PM
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must be nice to have money lol...nice parts!
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Old 10-24-2006, 11:32 PM
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must be nice to have money lol...nice parts!


I try and get a lil saved during the summer for my yearly rebuild. This year I changed jobs and took a partnership with my fathers glass shop....lets say biz has been good for the last few weeks.....I want to thank P1M for hooking me up. thanks bro!
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Old 10-25-2006, 01:46 AM
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We have a pretty similar "00". We bought a 2001 cylinder and carburetor when they first became available as a spare. the 01 cylinder was just a little nicer everywhere, as long as you used the Keihin carburetor from the "00". I would get one if I were you. We have the oversized tank on his, and with a large volume it makes it easier to tell that we got more range with the Keihin as well. Jetting the 01 was just too hard to get it to run as well wide open for long distance, not seize and still respond well. never did really try to tune that one for range.

You can come up with your own wide ratio gear set from the crfx450 if you ever feel the need. I wouldn't use the flywheel weight for dez. The long sandwashes are the only time my son wishes he didnt have it on his "00".

The stock 19 inch rear gets flat spots really easily on rocks. Consider an 18 really soon.

You seem to have the rest all covered.
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Old 10-29-2006, 06:03 PM
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ok...Today I spent about 8 hours working on both bikes...I'm a little worn out. I got the skid plate, brake rotor and radiator gaurds on and went through the bike with grease, lube and cleaners. I also found the float level was out on my carb by 2mm. heres some more pictures







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Old 10-29-2006, 11:20 PM
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Sweet project! Keep the pics coming!
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Old 10-29-2006, 11:27 PM
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Yeah, that's looking great!
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