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Old 07-09-2007, 02:07 PM   #1
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this is just a question, not sure what im gonna do with it yet. but just out of curiosity, what all would i have to do to start racing a ysr50 with xr100 motor. its the one i picked up from blackwidow and mhutch. as far as gear, bike prep, all that . just curious is all.
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Old 07-09-2007, 02:19 PM   #2
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bike needs to be safety wired, and you will have to get the license to get into the TMGP race events.

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Dude that YXR100 is already prepped for the track. It's ready to go. Just fill 93 Gas in it and show up at the track with your gear.

Get your licensings requirments done and your good to go.. That bike (when i dyno`ed it) made about 8 hp, that's a heck lot more then my NSR50's current 6.2 hp - and there both in the same class!
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Dude that YXR100 is already prepped for the track. It's ready to go. Just fill 93 Gas in it and show up at the track with your gear.

Get your licensings requirments done and your good to go.. That bike (when i dyno`ed it) made about 8 hp, that's a heck lot more then my NSR50's current 6.2 hp - and there both in the same class!
where do u get your licenses?
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