Question about 2004 Suzuki DR-Z 250
It sounds like it may be some kind of lubrication problem with the clutch, as the bike warms up and the oil thins out it lubricates better thus reducing the grinding noise, check all your fluids and see if that helps. Check round your local wrecking yards for any spares like speedo cables and stuff, a speedo cable shouldnt be any more than 20 bucks. In regards to getting better speed, a good set of pipes will always give you a boost and you can also much around changing the sprockets to give you better acceleration or top speed which ever you are after.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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