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Old 05-09-2008, 12:07 PM
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I see many of you guys have some dirtbikes and I want to get some more power out of mine. For trail riding mostly, any ideas other than big bore?
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Old 05-09-2008, 12:12 PM
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you could go with a wiseco piston setup, and get a Boyesen RAD/Reed kit. That's what mine has, and it has tons of torque (RM250). I also ported and polished the jug while I had it apart. Just get ready for a sore starting foot with the higher compression.
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what all do you have done already? a pipe, reeds and jet kit would make a good bit more torque for what it is. I have a rm 125 to and have it jetted and reeds and it screems. If you have the funding i would suggest a suspension job. ive gat a pro circut setup on mine and it is so much smoother on trails and makes ridin alot easier. i know its not an engine upgrade but it makes ridin alot more fun.
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FMF POWERCORE II SHORTY, BARNETT CLUTCH KIT, FMF SST PIPE, Vortex programmable ignition v force reeds ported and a cut piston go to motosports .com
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