cz513's 2004 Honda CRF 250

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Info: my valves when i bought my bike. the intakes where toast!
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Info: bringing home my new steed!!!! boy was i excited
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Info: then i opened her up and found out that i would be paying five hundred bucks to fix the damn thing! god four strokes have too many parts to replace >:-(
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Info: just bought my baby
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Info: just look how bad the valve on the left looks. glad i stopped riding before that valve failed
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Info: ... then i took my bike home for the first time and my valves where smoked
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Info: new piston OOOO YEAH
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Info: new piston AGAIN!!! oooo YAEH!!!!
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Info: Make sure to check for a good cross hatch on your cylinder. (MAKE SURE THEY DONT TAKE OFF TOO MUCH MATERIAL!)
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Info: Make sure you get your GF to inspect your cylinder as well. JUST KIDDING as cute a creature as they are they have an inept ability to NOT LEARN engine technology ;-p
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Info: clean and inspect your cylinder DO IT!!! DO IT NOW!!!
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Info: when you change your valves change the stem seals as well!!! this bur on the old seal is like to fail in the near future. thus your engine will BURN OIL!!!
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Info: check out this valve!!! boy was i lucky! valves fail because of stem seal wearing down the valve stem. thus the valve begins to vibrated and wear on the seat itself.
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Info: make sure you get your valve seats touched up or else your new valves will wear down quick
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Information: My first Thumper. Rebuilt it completely as soon as i bought it, kibble white stainless valve kit, wiseco piston etc... some aesthetic stuff. other than that the bike is great, haven''t got used to the four stroke just yet but starting to get the hang of it. boy does it fly in the jumps though, doesn''t do anything exceptionally well. but hasn''t disappointed me in any particular category. if i where to compare it to my 05 yz125 there are definately advantages, especialy in the motor, i can afford to be lazy and not down shift a gear and the motor will pull me through, i hated getting caught in too high a gear in corners on the 125 >:-( though the top end on the 125 felt a lot better (maybe cause im not used to the 4 stroke yet) but i loved how the 125 seemed to just rocket forward in the high end and never stopped!!! the four stroke seems to be sensative to the throttle. once i stop turning it the motor seems to stay stead (again something im not yet used to) in the end the numbers show. on a 4 kilometer track im almost 3 seconds per lap faster! and im not even used to the thing yet. it just hooks up so well

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