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5/31/2017 9:11 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/31/2017 9:31 PM

What up Vitalmx I need some help on deciding on what bike to get I will be riding mostly gavel/sand pits, hillclimbs, hitting jumps, popping wheelies, a little of racing and bush riding I've owned a few 4x4 quads and dirt bikes before but time to upgrade I was thinking of a 250f, 125 or a 250 2t

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5/31/2017 9:16 PM

1998 kx250 with blacked out plastic and monster graphics

Make sure that silencer doesn't have packing either, makes it faster

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5/31/2017 9:19 PM

MAYBEE A KAWASACKI TOOFIFTEY WULD BEE THE BEAST. RICKEY CARMICKEL RID WON.

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5/31/2017 9:22 PM

rmoto003 wrote:

1998 kx250 with blacked out plastic and monster graphics

Make sure that silencer doesn't have packing either, makes it faster

Haha the kx250 is intriguing, but I want something a bit more up to date.

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5/31/2017 9:25 PM

You sound more suited for a quad.

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5/31/2017 9:28 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

You sound more suited for a quad.

Was thinking of a sport quad at first but bikes are a hell of a lot more fun in my books from experience.

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5/31/2017 9:36 PM

10 pager.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

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5/31/2017 9:40 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

You sound more suited for a quad.

Alberta'sFinest wrote:

Was thinking of a sport quad at first but bikes are a hell of a lot more fun in my books from experience.

I'd go sport quad. More room for your chick on the back.

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5/31/2017 9:43 PM

GreaseMeter wrote:

You sound more suited for a quad.

Alberta'sFinest wrote:

Was thinking of a sport quad at first but bikes are a hell of a lot more fun in my books from experience.

GreaseMeter wrote:

I'd go sport quad. More room for your chick on the back.

haha valid point…valid point indeed

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5/31/2017 9:48 PM

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5/31/2017 10:18 PM

250t, unless your under 140, then 125.

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5/31/2017 10:20 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/31/2017 10:21 PM

Alberta'sFinest wrote:

What up Vitalmx I need some help on deciding on what bike to get I will be riding mostly gavel/sand pits, hillclimbs, hitting jumps, popping wheelies, a little of racing and bush riding I've owned a few 4x4 quads and dirt bikes before but time to upgrade I was thinking of a 250f, 125 or a 250 2t

CR500. There's is no substitute.

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5/31/2017 10:26 PM

jeffro503 wrote:

10 pager.

I hope the OP packed a lunch and is wearing his kevlar underwear - this could get pretty fun. I also think his sarcasm detector is going to bouncing the rev limiter in a bit.

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5/31/2017 10:32 PM

jeffro503 wrote:

10 pager.

TbonesPop wrote:

I hope the OP packed a lunch and is wearing his kevlar underwear - this could get pretty fun. I also think his sarcasm detector is going to bouncing the rev limiter in a bit.

I would have given advice , accept my experince of blasting around gravel pits and popping wheelies is a bit limited.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

5/31/2017 10:35 PM

Sounds like fun to me. I'd go 250 2t all day.

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5/31/2017 10:59 PM

The correct answer is almost always a 250 two stroke.

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5/31/2017 11:10 PM

Banshee.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

6/1/2017 4:06 AM

JBecker 72 wrote:

The correct answer is almost always a 250 two stroke.

Except when you want a CR500 with black plastics that breaks your vertebrae and your kid's vertebrae on the first ride!

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If you're not mixing gas, you're not haulin ass.

6/1/2017 4:48 AM

Hillclimbs and gravel pits, definately a suzuki lt500 quadzilla. Wont find a more stable rig that is as forgiving as the quadzilla

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6/1/2017 5:04 AM

loftyair wrote:

250t, unless your under 140, then 125.

The OP said 'hillclimb'.... At that point, it makes zero difference how big or little he is. CR500, extended swingarm, built engine jetted for alcohol and, about a 60 tooth sprocket is the only correct answer. The less plastic and graphics you go in the woods with, the less you have to tote out at the end of the day. Oh yeah, the biggest IRC M5B you can find for the back. Some people think the front tire doesn't matter. It depends on how steep the grade is and, how good you are at riding back down... I know a guy with this setup that has ridden over mountains nobody's been across since they've been there.

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6/1/2017 5:27 AM

I would totally get the sport quad, then you could jump
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not the 4x4 quad.
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6/1/2017 5:38 AM

dsmith wrote:

I would totally get the sport quad, then you could jump
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not the 4x4 quad.
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His helmet popping off just made my day. Too bad the wall was so steep would have loved to see him launch it

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6/1/2017 6:07 AM

Get an xr100 and put a busa motor in it. Thats the best for wheelies

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2009 Kawasaki KX450F
2009 Kawasaki KX250F
2002 Suzuki GSXR 600

6/1/2017 6:11 AM

Dual exhaust banshee with nitrous.

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Indecision is a choice

6/1/2017 6:19 AM

a cr500 defiantly, and get the one that wheelies in all six gears downhill on wet grass

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6/1/2017 6:35 AM

Rice o Broni, think of the hills you could roll with this rig. You could throw up some major wheelies too. Think of the slack-jawed looks of utter amazement flashing across your bros' faces as you throw back a wheel stand and proceed to climb a tree - or the nearest mountain. Gravel pits? Creeks? Rivers? No worries, Broheim. You will clear them all.

Even better, you can pimp this thing with your lady on back. Imagine showing up at Ruth's Chris on this bad boy with your girl hanging onto your waist.

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OK, now that I have blown your mind with my bro wisdom, I will attempt to answer your question from my deep well of experience. Sounds to me like you're over the quad thing and really want an actual dirt bike. For you, since you've never had one (judging by your original post), I would definitely get a used YZ125. The fun factor is out of this world. They are pretty much bullet proof and they are easy to work on. Hope that helps.

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