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  1. Thanks, Iv give the carbs another full clean today, found a bit of wear on one of the slides and the slides seem to be sticking so not sure if that’s linked. I’ll pop them back on and see if it makes any difference.
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  2. Welcome to the forum bud XS250 you say, spare yourself the hassle and burn it now
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  3. my last jaunt found me leaving the A/B roads and exploring some country lanes. one of the great things about biking in the UK, is all the lovely places waiting to be discovered once you leave the beaten track. passed through a scenic little village called Wherwell at one point. my pics dont do it justice-
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  4. hOWDEE" try this site,,mega yam enduros,, https://yamaha-enduros.com/index.php/forum/index
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  6. Part No 4MY8230500. Also found on: Yamaha XTZ660 (35.3KW) 1994 4MY1 GERMANY 244MY-332G1Yamaha XTZ660 (25KW) 1994 4NW1 GERMANY 244MY-332G1Yamaha XTZ660 1994 4MY1 FRANCE 244MY-351F1Yamaha XTZ660 1994 4MY2 SPAIN 244MY-352S1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 BELGIUM 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 DENMARK 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 FINLAND 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 ENGLAND 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 GREECE 264MY-300E1Yamaha XTZ660 1996 4MY3 ITALY 264MY-300E1
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  7. now that the nights are drawing in, im getting caught out after dark. summer never seems to last long. went out on a run to cool down more than anything! somewhere near Salisbury...
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  9. Southport and Rivington Barn in the past couple of weeks .
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  10. you can thank bike magazine journalists for its reputation. they can be a bit prattish. much like Top gear, if its not a super fast track machine, its a boring old farts ride enjoy your ride and take pleasure in knowing you bagged a hidden gem.
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  11. Hi first post. Been giving this some thought and I think yes and it will give 180cc. The con rods are 1cm different in length, the 125 is 1cm longer. But the cranks have different placings with the 250cc about 1cm further out giving a longer stroke. Essentially by the looks of it you would get proper compression of fuel when fitting a 250cc head to a 125cc but with a shorter stroke so reducing the cc you get. Based on the kits that used to be sold the piston shape and 49mm bore looks identical to the 250cc cylinder and piston and those kits where 180cc. 180cc because you have a shorter stroke with the 125 crank set up. Here is a 250cc cylinder kit from China that looks identical to the old 180cc big bore kits you used to be able to buy. So much cheaper than the old kits, but quality unknown. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32762639325.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.525713c42Rj4gz&algo_pvid=bf04f88d-4f15-4ffc-a08a-daafbdbcdc63&algo_exp_id=bf04f88d-4f15-4ffc-a08a-daafbdbcdc63-11 You would of course have to rejet the carb. I think the 125cc has 12.5 pilot jet and 77.5 main jet. The 250cc I think has 17.5 pilot jet and 110 main jet. So go for somewhere in the middle of those sizes as a guide. The actual carbs are the same on both 125 and 250 but with jet size differences. There is an air box mod you can do that would help get a bit more power too. Also check your CDI (actually a TCI) and see what model it is. You want the TDNF45 as it is unrestricted 66mph. The TDNF44 is 50mph and the TDNF43 is 57mph. I have just got my hands on a XV125 1997 (TDNF45) with 6,700 miles on the clock and might go this direction myself. Garaged for 20 years now needs new intake and chain for MOT. But with a taped up intake (cracked) and a service it is sounding lovely. Has the original Cheng Shin tyres.
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  12. Hi, I have just taken on my first project, a 1978 Yamaha DT175 which needs some attention. Managed to get the engine running. VID-20210815-WA0001.mp4 I ride a XT660z on many adventures around SA and have also got a 2006 WR250 which is somewhat underused. Looking forward to sharing info on the forum
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  13. sorry, Alex has a strike on his account if peeps post links to manuals
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  14. Almost certainly NOT something you want to attempt, even if you're SURE that there's no real traction going on!!!
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  15. The best over trousers I had were richa rain warriors
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  16. i go out after 7:30pm to avoid traffic, or before 9:30am on weekend mornings. taking it easy preserves your licence and allows you to enjoy the scenery my last ride i decided to treat the bike to some salt air. stopped at Barton on sea to enjoy the view across the Solent to the isle if Wight. the car parks had cleared out a lot by the time i got there. its always nice to avoid other people when your a miserable old git like me
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  17. went out with a mate to Southport carousel Took it really easy as too warm and the car drivers just CBA driving sensibly. Avoided a few situations if I'd been a bit faster. Lots of harvesters and tractors out too ATM
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