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Old 03-11-2008, 10:55 PM   #81
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CRF100 with humungus carb! But the conversion back to stock has been nothing but a pain! :/:

I'm debating if i should just put the 20cc kit back on it and just race F6 but I really wanna come race in F7 so i can be with you guys.

Jokes aside its really fun racing against people you know and are friends with, I don't know many teams in F6 like the F7 guys! LOL half of the F7 riders have literally ridden on my team for last year...



We blew our top end (too much beating in sprints ), so we could'nt endurance this round, but hopefully by the April race we'll be ready!
If you stick with F7 you'll only have 4 or 5 teams to contend with. There's 9 in F6 and I'm sure they are all close to the 134cc limit. What size carb are you running?
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If you stick with F7 you'll only have 4 or 5 teams to contend with. There's 9 in F6 and I'm sure they are all close to the 134cc limit. What size carb are you running?
Yea I did notice that. I'm surprised. I was thinking F7 would be loaded, since it would be the easiest class to "start out racing in".

I don't know if you know or not but I bought Tony (HOP)'s old bike. So it came with a BBR 120cc kit. The bike hauls and all with that kit, but its not an F6 bike. The KX60s and 135cc kit bikes just kill it on the straights.

Where as if I go stock with XR100 with mods, I'll still be in a closer category with the NSF100, KLX110, etc etc.

We're still debating, right now the objective it to get it running again. We are usuing an ATV carb, ATX-1300 or something like that.

What kit are you guys running? Is that kit only available for the CRF70? Yourz is a 4 speed right? I'm thinking of building another tard for my younger brother.
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Old 03-12-2008, 10:36 AM   #83
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Yea I did notice that. I'm surprised. I was thinking F7 would be loaded, since it would be the easiest class to "start out racing in".

I don't know if you know or not but I bought Tony (HOP)'s old bike. So it came with a BBR 120cc kit. The bike hauls and all with that kit, but its not an F6 bike. The KX60s and 135cc kit bikes just kill it on the straights.

Where as if I go stock with XR100 with mods, I'll still be in a closer category with the NSF100, KLX110, etc etc.

We're still debating, right now the objective it to get it running again. We are usuing an ATV carb, ATX-1300 or something like that.

What kit are you guys running? Is that kit only available for the CRF70? Yourz is a 4 speed right? I'm thinking of building another tard for my younger brother.
We're running Trailbikes 108kit. It's a 3 speed.
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Old 03-12-2008, 11:46 AM   #84
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I don't know if you know or not but I bought Tony (HOP)'s old bike. So it came with a BBR 120cc kit.
Lies!
Tony told me that motor was bone stock!
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Lies!
Tony told me that motor was bone stock!
It was a stock motor, poor Tony just put a 120 cc kit before selling it... I guess he got double minded or something.

(same case) after he spent soo much $$$ on his racebike, fully setting it up and everything and then putting it up for sale!

Poor guy, I don't even think the 120 kit even had a proper break in on it before I got it!
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We're running Trailbikes 108kit. It's a 3 speed.
Can that kit be installed in a CRF80?

The 3 speed, is 3 speed auto right? Or do you guys have it setup with a heavy duty clutch (manual)?

I'm curious why you guys decided not to add another 4th gear? Don't you redline on the straights in 3rd? and coming out of turn 2 - going into turn 3 in 2nd gear?
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Can that kit be installed in a CRF80?

The 3 speed, is 3 speed auto right? Or do you guys have it setup with a heavy duty clutch (manual)?

I'm curious why you guys decided not to add another 4th gear? Don't you redline on the straights in 3rd? and coming out of turn 2 - going into turn 3 in 2nd gear?
I don't think so. Only on the 50/70 motor.

4 speed gearbox cost around $600.
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