Question about 2003 Yamaha YZ 250
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Posted on Jul 25, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 yamaha yz 250 bareel damage
there's a company called Langcourt (www.langcourt.com) that specialize in barrel repair. i just had mine done there. i've also got a 1993 yz 250 stripped for parts if you're interested in anything else, unfortunatly i've already sold the barrel.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
there is no quantity that i can give you.....you have to fill that thing completely and make sure you have no air at all in it...maybe you can see this important step on you tube....otherwise the pressure of nitrogen is between 150-175 lbs depending on the way you like you're bike to absorb..make sur you place you're valving shim in right place if you change you seal....
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
When I get stuck or want to set up the suspension settings on any MX bike(Ive owned about 20 different types) I adjust all the settings in the middle of the range & fine tune the adjustments from there.Screw the adjusters all the way in.As you unscrew them count the clicks untill all the way out.Now go back in to the half way point(counting the clicks as you go). This will give you a starting point. Typically most MX'ers factory suspension settings eill be one or two clicks in or out of the middle position so as to offer you plenty of adjustment either way.
The only setting that this dosn't apply to is the spring pre-load but you can usually tell if it has been adjusted by the adjusting(castle type)nuts. This applies to rear shock preload only.
Hope this helps.
Regards Andrew Porrelli
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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