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Old 06-15-2016, 09:22 PM   #1
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just picked up a completely stock 2004 crf100f and am thinking about trying out tmgp. ive done a bunch of track days on big bikes but never had a mini. Just wondering if there is anyone here who does tmgp that can offer some advise as to where to start and what, if anything i should do to the bike.
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Stiffer front end with a 16 or 17 inch front wheel. That should be good enough to to start. Maybe oil and a longer spacer in the front end
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Most people do the XR80 front wheel and BT45 tires to start out. The front drum brake is usually the next thing to upgrade.

If you want to jump in with both feet my bike is all set up and for sale in the classifieds here.
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XR80 front wheel, BT45 tires, and safety wire. From there on out lots of things you CAN or SHOULD do but little you HAVE to do.
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