1988 88 Kawasaki KX 250 Rebuilding
A total rebuilding for a 1988 KX 250.
We had to repair the Exhaust system,
to check the carburetor, clean all the mechanical parts, change the
bearings, add a new sprocket, rebuild the stator with new coils, clean the
flywheel, replace the clutch and check the power valve, adjust the rear
brake and also giving a restyling
Kawasaki MX to SM
Vídeo de como hemos creado la KX450 SMR Gassattack edition con la que
Enrik se esta iniciando en el mundo del Supermotard.
Nos encerramos en la sede de Gassattack un par de días y adaptamos la
kawasaki de motocross en una moto con lo básico para empezar a hacer
Gracias al Circuit d'Osona [ circuitosona.com ] por la ayuda y
Musica a cargo de Berri Txarrak, Oreka. [ berritxarrak.net ]
Grabación, edición y postproducción a cargo de Vainillacookies [
vimeo.com/vainillacookies ] & Jaume. Dirigido por Enrik.
YZ 125 Rebuild Time Lapse (1)
My bike broke down yesterday while drag racing people on the highway, and i
took apart the top end and subframe to see what was wrong with it. The
whole process took me 40 minutes, the video is at 5x speed.
Worlds Fastest Dirtbike Mechanic 2007 CRF250X
Worlds Fastest Dirtbike Mechanic 2007 CRF250X
I decided to rebuild my bike this winter so here is the result of this
This is a list of what the bike got.....
Powder Coated Rims
Powder Coated Hubs
Powder Coated Clutch, Ignition, and Valve cover
Powder Coated Wheel Spacers
Powder Coated Axel Blocks
Wiseco Forged Piston and Rings
PIAA High Output Light
New Throttle Tube
The entire rebuild took me 8 hours but we managed to chop down the video to
4:30 with a lot of time and effort.
Also here are the pictures from the build
Builder - Scott Carter
Video Editor - Greg Ferrucci
Powder Coating - Jawa
1987 87 Yamaha YZ 250 Rebuilding
A totally rebuilding for a 1987 yz 250.
We had to change the right inner case which was craked, to repair the Exhaust system, to check the carburetor,
to clean all the mechanical parts, change the bearings, add a new sprocket,
rebuild the stator with new coils, clean the flywheel, replace the clutch
and check the power valve, adjust the rear brake and also giving a general
YZ250 Port Teaser and First Start
Had to take care of the top end of my YZ250. I took the opportunity to make
my favorite port adjustment that DeoVindice showed me. Have to keep the
details under wraps since they're "proprietary", but it makes for great
gains in bottom end power even with a mid range pipe. I think this
adjustment is a must for any two stroke no matter the type of riding, but
woods riders/racers like myself will benefit the most.
I also attempt to redeem myself for the 250R first start vid. I get it
fired with a few kicks, but the first time I run it around the yard I left
the choke on so the engine sputtered and smoked a bit. Once I turned it off
it ran cleanly and felt like the port work did what I wanted.
Since making this video I've taken the bike for a couple of rides and the
change is dramatic. I can lug the bike up difficult terrain without too
much effort, but then it really wakes up in the mid range (a little too
suddenly thanks to the damn FMF pipe). Carb still needs a little tuning
and if the bike had slightly more low end power it would be perfect; might
be able to coax a bit more out of it the next time it's due. I let a friend
ride this and he said it felt like a four stroke.
1986 Honda CR250 Restoration Back from the DEAD
This is a 1986 Honda CR250 that I rebuilt. It was in better condition than
the 1988 CR250 that I rebuilt.
Here is a partial list of what I did:
-sandblasted the frame and powered coated
-new "modern era" footpegs
-new water pump cover
-split cases replaced all bearing and seals, replaced rings
-new air filter
-all new decals
-plenty of new hardware
-rebuilt and rejetted the carb
-suspension all rebuilt and set up for my weight. Front and rear suspension
have Race Tech "Gold Valve" kits in them.
-greased the front end bearings
-new wheel bearings
-all new suspension linkage bearings
-new fork boots
-new swingarm sliders and guides
-new chain rollers
-Boyeson Ignition Cover
I spent way more rebuilding the bike than what it is "worth" but is was
every every cent and every moment I took to bring this bike back from the
it's former sad state.
A very enjoyable experience.
I must give credit to Dave over at the Motocenter in Tempe, AZ
480-642-6686. www.motocenteraz.com He did the suspension and engine
rebuilding. Dave should change his name to Mr. CR250 after all the time he
spent on this bike.
Honda CR250 Power Valve clean up
I waited too long to do this it's been two years or so, and had doubts that
I could take it out and put it back together correctly,I have the service
manual,and it was un-clear whether or not it could be done with out taking
the cylider off. My friend Jeff told me It could .He was right, New Music
by AliCe in Chains.