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BonFire201

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  1. I am looking for a square one sorry for not menting it and I believe i have found a solution to it but thanyou for your help anyway
  2. Hello again, my name is Harvey and i am currently restoring a Yamaha DT50MX but have discovered that my swinging arm needs replacing as it has corroded and made holes are crustal parts of it. I was unable to find a replacement in the UK and am wondering if anyone knows of any other swinging arms will fit onto the DT50MX frame (1987) like some do with the Yamaha XS650 Thanks
  3. Hi my name is Harvey, i am currently restoring a 1987 DT50MX to as close as factory as possible in time for my 16th to ride. while doing this it needs a respray of the tank and plastics, I was wondering what the original blue colour is called. I have herd that "Peacock Blue" is close but after looking at other peoples blue DT50MX's they all seem to be a different colour so if anyone knows please help me with this your help will be much appreciated. Thanks Harvey
  4. Hi my name is Harvey, i am currently restoring a 1987 DT50MX to as close as factory as possible in time for my 16th to ride. while doing this it needs a respray of the tank and plastics, I was wondering what the original blue colour is called. I have herd that "Peacock Blue" is close but after looking at other peoples blue DT50MX's they all seem to be a different colour so if anyone knows please help me with this your help will be much appreciated. Thanks Harvey
  5. yeah you were right i just looked at the haynes manual for the DT50M, DT50MX, DT80MX (5J2)(12X) and the 50mx is meant to have a Teikei y14p carb. Bloddy hell sounds like great fun! I'm gonna tune mine up and hopeful get around the speed of 70mph.
  6. its only a 5mm jump as the stock barrel is 40mm and the barrel I have is now 45mm. and the stock carb is 17.5mm bolt one one, Ive never seen or herd of people running the 70kits with stock carbs.
  7. Hello, my name is Harvey and I own a 1987 Yamaha dt50mx that I am currently restoring. The old barrel on the bike was scortched and getting piston slap so I decided to buy a 70cc airsal kit. I found out that the VM20-273 mikuni carbs are recommended for my setup but was unable to find out what I should have my needel height or pilot jet set to. If anyone has any known information on this please leave a reply - Harvey
  8. Hello, I am new to this forum just wondering where I can get a cheap 20 or 24mm bolt on Mikuni carb in the UK for my dt50mx. Thanks - BonFire
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