1993 KX250 Cold Startup and Ride
After a 7-8 Month Hiatus, I've finally got my ol' 93' KX250 running better
Following Improvements to the bikes since;
- New High-Flo Air Filter
- New Piston Rings
- New Crank Seals and Bearings
- Linkage has been rebuilt
- Clutch Plates and Clutch Basket has been rebuilt
- Carbueretor has been cleaned and rejetted for less bottom end bog and
more Mid-Range Power
- New Clutch and Brake Levers (Kawasaki OEM)
- New MSR Gear Shifter
- New Steel Footpegs (Kawasaki OEM)
- New Thorttle and Brake Cables (Also Kawi OEM)
- Shaved Flywheel Weight
- New 14-49 Aluminum Front and Rear Sprockets
- New Steel Chain
Future Wish list of modifications:
-New Rear Brake Disc
-New Tires (Both Front and Rear are worn)
-New Silencer (Perferbly Shorty or Powercore 2)
Overall it performs a 1,000 times better than when originally picked up
this a hunk of junk for 250 dollars, Overall I think it was a pretty good
investment and I've very much enjoyed this project bike but its still far
from showroom condition.....
KX 250 FMF Gnarly.VForce3 - Autumn Ride
Riding my Kawasaki KX 250 -2003 and my brother with his Suzuki RM 250.
FMF Gnarly Pipe, PC Shorty Silencer, VFORCE3 Reeds, ProX Piston.
Enjoy the 2-stroke engine sounds :)
Kawasaki KX 250 - Donuts
some donuts with my KX 250.
Song: TeknoAXE's Royalty Free Music - Royalty Free Music #215 (Strip Away
the Polish) Progressive Metal/Alternative/Rock
YZ250 Two-Stroke Rebuild
After a piston meltdown and a damaged cylinder Dirt Rider used Millennium
Technologies and Vertex Pistons to rebuild a 2003 YZ250 two-stroke. Test
rider Ryan Orr spins the wrenches and overall looks just plain awesome.
www.dirtrider.com, www.mt-llc.com, www.vertexpistons.com