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Here is mine.

Chassis | Suspension | Controls:

Frame: Lonestar propeg
A Arms: Laeger's Pro Trax T-pin +3+0 front end
Swingarm: Laeger's
Steering Stem: Laeger's Pro Trax +2
Stabilizer: PEP, Laeger's style
Axle: RPM +4 race axle
Carrier: RPM tapered carrier
Locknut: Lonestar anti-fade
Hubs F|R: Front RPM with tapered bearing

Rear Lonestar
Bars: Fasst flex
Throttle/Clutch Lever: 400Ex throttle, RTC rx4 clutch lever, RTC front brake lever
Nerfs: AC pro pegs
Bumper: AC
Grab Bar: AC grab bar
Front Shocks: Elka longtravel
Rear Shock: Elka
Brake Lines: Gafler stainless/kevlar
Rotors F|R: Gafler Wave rotors
Rims F|R: Hiper single beadlock front/ Hiper 8x8 beadlock rear
Tires F|R: Maxxis razors 20x6-10 front Kenda claw 18x10.5-8 rear



Body:

Plastic: OEM HONDA white
Graphics|Seat Cover: Spastic design
Fuel Tank: Clarke clear

Seatcover: quadtech
quadtech hood




Engine|Drive System:

Cylinder|Head: ct non pv 350
Carburetor: PWK 39 Air striker
Air Filter|Box: K&N filter,
Pipe|Silencer: Duncan eliminator pipe with a fatboy silencer
Clutch|Plates: Hinson Basket
Gearing F|R: 14/39

Ignition: Esr cr250r ignition and a sfb 11oz flywheel weight

Ignitioncover: Esr


Other:

Hinson quick change clutch cover










 

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uhhh...you win.
 

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Chassis | Suspension | Controls:

Frame: Walsh Race Craft YZF Chassis
A Arms: Walsh Race Craft Flatty long travel arms
Swingarm: Walsh Race Craft YZF CR500 link
Steering Stem: Walsh Race craft
Stabilizer: PEP, Walsh mounting
Axle: RPM +4
Carrier: RPM
Locknut: Lonestar anti-fade
Hubs F|R: Harkor
Rear Honda
Bars: Renthal fat bars
Throttle/Clutch Lever: Honda throttle, RTC clutch lever, RTC front brake lever
Nerfs: Gibson pro pegs
Bumper: Rath
Grab Bar: Rath
Front Shocks: Custom Axis compression and rebound adjust long travel
Rear Shock: Custom Axis cr500 link compression and rebound adjust long travel
Brake Lines: Gafler stainless
Rotors F|R: Gafler Wave rotors
Rims F|R: Douglas Ultimate Shamrock beadlocks
Tires F|R: Holeshots up front with razors on the rear

Body:

Plastic: Lake custom
Graphics|Seat Cover: JRD/Lost creek
Fuel Tank: Clarke clear




Engine|Drive System:

Cylinder|Head: TC Racing YZF head and TC Racing 445 cylinder
Carburetor: FCR
Air Filter|Box: K&N filter,
Pipe|Silencer: TC racing
Clutch|Plates: Hinson
Gearing F|R: Varied

other: ALOT OF BLING BLING :D













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Justin
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i say if it isnt atleast a 250R based powerplant you do not qualify???? anyone else feel the same? very nice bikes tho guys! very cool!
 

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Guess ill also post up one of my two strokes for ya guys that aint liking the 4 strokes.

Chassis | Suspension | Controls:

Frame: Walsh Race Craft Pro Lightweight 250r no link Chassis with Walsh Alluminum subframe(VERY RARE Chassis!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
A Arms: Walsh Race Craft Lightwieght Arms
Swingarm: Walsh Race craft Lightweight no link
Steering Stem: Walsh Race craft Lightweight
Stbilizer:
Axle: RPM
Carrier: RPM
Locknut: RPM
Hubs F|R: OEM
Bars: Tag T2
Throttle/Clutch Lever: OEM RTC
Grips: Honda
Nerfs: AC
Bumper: Lightweight Rath
Grab Bar:
Front Shocks: PEP Long travel Dual adjust
Rear Shock: PEP No link long travel dual adjust
Brake Lines: Braided
Rotors F|R:
Rims F|R: Douglas
Tires F|R: American Racers



Body:

Plastic: OEM Race cut
Graphics|Seat Cover:
Number Backgrounds:
Handguards:
Bar Pad:
Fuel Tank: Clarke



Engine|Drive System:

Cylinder|Head: Cool head
Bore & Stroke: Sneaky Sneaky
Displacement: 265ish ;)
Cam:
Carburetor: keihin
Air Filter|Box: Walsh intake with K&N filter
Pipe|Silencer: Sparks TT pipe, sparks silencer
Clutch|Plates: Hinson
Gearing F|R: Depends on track
CDI|Killswitch: Pro design
Cooling: Fluidine/Walsh radiator
Other: Rath lightweight sway bar and plenty more little trick stuff.












Thank you
Justin
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I personally like the 250R based hybrids, but when it comes down to voting, I'm biased towards a 250R powerplant.
 
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