Maxx-MRP

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About Maxx-MRP

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    South of France
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    Motocross is my life

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  1. Hi everyone, it's been a while since I posted anything because no news on the progress of the reassembly of the motorcycle but I found Hinson clutch discs (to go with the Hinson basket) and parts to remake the original suspensions that will go on the 125 CR 1992 and I fit the tires.
  2. and what's in the box ? Messico ... Messi IIIIIIIIIII co ... lala lala la la lala. 😂 (Luis Mariano song) in short, for my 250 CR 91 in the case where the old Pro-Circuit restored as best as possible (but I do not know how is the steel inside) does not resist, not finding more PC Works, I found myself oriented on a Messico who looks like him like a brother, really very big resemblance.
  3. It's been a while since I posted here, I still haven't moved forward on the bike, but still received some parts. A front plate for my Peak Pro-Circuit project, a DT-One air filter in +, a SunStar anti-mud sproket, and the small handlebar foam to be connected with the Tecnosel seat cover.
  4. Here is my little Christmas gift with a few days in advance, the gray protections like the Factory models of the 80's and the "RADical" Rad Valve in anticipation (or not) of the future, if I do not mount it in place of the original with these Boyesen Power reeds. then the decoration on the protections but there it is poorly adjusted and not the same color (again the darker color does not bother me) and the impression is not clear, so to see to find someone capable of doing it's good.
  5. Hello ;) yesterday recovery of a 125 CR 92 in the condition of these photos below. there is no motor, no fork or front wheel the frame is out of order below the engine (to be repaired if the frame needs) etc ... but they gave it to me. I especially wanted the white tank to make my 250 CR in restoration in this subject, a Peak Pro-Circuit replica, if one day I feel like it. the tank is ok so it suits me very well.
  6. go hop, little addition of decoration under the front mudguard, this area being very stressed by mud and various stones, I think it will not last long but hey, why not 😉 and added a little Boyesen on the radiator scoops.
  7. Small surprise this morning in the mailbox, suddenly I wanted to wait for the reassembly of the motorcycle before sticking the decals, I could not help but put it on the plastics. So no replica for me, there are too many, at least not a lot of choice it's either a Stanton or a JMB, then I have the option of a Peak-Pro Circuit, but you have to find the blue plastics and the white tank and the saddle, so not easy and not for now. I will have to stick the decoration (maybe) on the airbox, the fork protections that I ordered in gray from Cycra history of sticking to the factory side of the tim
  8. I put it here in case someone is interested I still haven't started work in my workshop so no reassembly of the bike yet, just a few small extra parts. titanium screws for the fork, tees and handlebars and rear brake fluid reservoir.
  9. the winter cold begins to return, the itching from work on the 250 CR too, and for 1 year I had not yet digest the fact that the outlet of the radiator overflow is welded on the wrong side and I put a photo of my 1st adaptation which I didn't like (with the white plastic elbow). This evening I got back to it after having had a spark of idea that crossed my mind and hop .. Threading of the radiator and installation of a Schrader KYB valve present on the PSF air forks to which I can connect a screwable end (from my ex nitrogen hose) onto which I screw the breather hose (I can possibly streng
  10. So today Sunday I have a little mechanical pleasure I start to work again for the 250 CR. The spring fork that I had mounted on my 450 CRF will therefore become the fork of the CR and therefore disassembly for maintenance but also and above all to redo a preparation suitable for this other motorcycle and my new lighter weight. I will also follow the reflection of my son who complains about the hardness of my suspensions and therefore also ride more flexible in springs (which will also be the case for the shock absorber and also on the 450 CRF). To compensate for the flexibility of t
  11. I had a few parts to order for my clients' suspensions, I took the opportunity to add 2 small parts for the CR, it will end up as a factory bike if it continues. .. bonus
  12. Hi everyone, I know it's not a very funny subject since we haven't seen any reassembly of the bike and its progress yet, but I still haven't been able to start working on it, so I continue to receive parts in view of its reassembly, which I hope will stimulate you a little the result of some small parts for the reassembly of the motorcycle, that I had ordered more than 2 months ago now, I thought that I would never have them, but hey one is missing, I hope that it will be delivered to me shortly. there are the rear pad springs and the brake hose guides, the centering pads and studs for
  13. Good and well cracked, since I sold the footpegs I had taken at the start for the 250 CR. There will be grip under the boots, they are beautiful and the weight gain is just impressive. don't worry guys i plan to blunt the tips ;)
  14. the days pass and the restoration of the motorcycle is still on stand-by, as long as I have not integrated my house and my workshop or I should start work soon. small reception of the day, the stickers for the radiator fenders and those that will take place on the fork with the old KYB logo.