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post #21 of 153 (permalink) Old 07-02-2010, 10:42 PM
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great write-up!

I love my 250r! it is the perfect size and weight for me (4' 10 1/2", 95lbs), but it has plenty of pick up and go with my little self on it and can't see myself being on anything faster and heavier without possibly not being able to control it. I also like the thought of ARRIVING safely from point A to point B no matter how fast I get there. call me crazy.

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Best thing ive read on this forum.Makes me want to take back my mods though!!!I have been riding for about three weeks and at first i thought maybe i did need more bike but then i realized im not as skilled as i think i am and what am i going to do with more power.And then i realized the mistakes i make on 250r would probably have been diasterous on bigger big.Peer pressure big factor but i plan on making my 250 so sick it wont matter. I do hate that skinny ass back tire though. VEX thanks for some good old common sense reasoning to set some of us straight.
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post #27 of 153 (permalink) Old 07-03-2010, 12:39 PM
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This should help with a better variety of active topics everytime I log on. Great write up. Curiosity has the best of me, how old are you Vex?
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How much work would it take to fit an R1 engine in my 250?

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post #29 of 153 (permalink) Old 07-03-2010, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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I disappear for a day and this thread blows up! Thanks for all the thanks

And I'm in my late 20's there Limegreen

Yason: It's an easy swap. I'd suggest doing it over a weekend

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