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Old 11-18-2011, 08:44 PM   #61
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hah, Just noticed I forget to slant the KX after i finished chopping the F out of there.
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hah, Just noticed I forget to slant the KX after i finished chopping the F out of there.
I like the last one too. It's the cleanest.
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Old 11-23-2011, 04:03 PM   #63
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Old 11-24-2011, 04:12 AM   #64
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It really is amazing, and having a street legal 2-stroke will be very nice, also when you changed the gearing did it happen to change how the powerband reacted? Was it less sensitive, or more?
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Old 11-24-2011, 11:33 AM   #65
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It really is amazing, and having a street legal 2-stroke will be very nice, also when you changed the gearing did it happen to change how the powerband reacted? Was it less sensitive, or more?
Definitely less touchy in the powerband with the new gearing, but getting moving in first is a bit of a chore now. Always wants to bog down and stall out. It will however still pull the front up coming out of turns on the powerband.
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Old 12-06-2011, 10:58 AM   #66
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note to anyone who's going to run track takeoffs. If you're going to convince yourself it's only temporary then make sure it is. I dumped this bike today thanks largely to the blued beat up old track takeoffs I put on it to "get me by" The money I saved on the cheap used tires I just made up by needing a new cold weather one piece.
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Old 12-16-2011, 03:07 AM   #68
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Sweet ride........I'm drooling.......I want to see a pic with the new decals on it!!
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Sweet ride........I'm drooling.......I want to see a pic with the new decals on it!!
I still haven't printed the decals. I really really really like the clean look, and I have no idea where I want to even put them. I thought about maybe running a thin border around the number plate and placing the kx250sm at the bottom of the plate. I don't want to just slap it on anywhere, and to put it on the shrouds without some sort of graphics would look a little weird. I'll figure something out eventually.

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You did it now. See you there.
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Yeah, I guess you are right....so make a full decal kit!!! Even better! You can get the template online.
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Yeah, I guess you are right....so make a full decal kit!!! Even better! You can get the template online.
I will most likely end up wrapping the plastics. I want to PC the frame and subframe first. Original finish is pretty much toast and I'd love to ditch the green.
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