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Yes I Bought A Yz250Fx

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As many have probably guessed I will be buying and picking up a YZ250FX in two hours :)

 

Then the fun begins to get the bike ready for a run in ride on Sunday. I only have a few things to do...

 

  1. Rad Guards install
  2. bash guard install
  3. front hd tube install
  4. rear hd tube install
  5. case saver install
  6. hour meter install
  7. thermo fan install
  8. grip donuts install
  9. oil air filters x 2
  10. tie wire grips
  11. grease linkage
  12. grease swingarm
  13. set sag
  14. remove any adr stuff
  15. hand guard install
  16. battery tender install
  17. remove clutch safety switch
  18. adjust levers and pedals
  19. install usual start and stop switch?
  20. replace exhaust flange bolt with shorter one (one per side)
  21. grab handle make and install
  22. tape down rad shroud clips
  23. check weld on chain guide
  24. duct tape between air intake and rad shroud
  25. anti seize on swingarm adjustment nuts
  26. grease head stem
  27. mark throttle positions
  28. fill petrol
  29. loctite bolts
  30. gps mount install
  31. mushroom head bolts for bash plates
  32. number plate install

Have I missed anything?

Yes I did, 

33. Regrease front wheel bearings (these are not sealed). 

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As many have probably guessed I will be buying and picking up a YZ250FX in two hours :)

 

Then the fun begins to get the bike ready for a run in ride on Sunday. I only have a few things to do...

 

15 remove any adr stuff

Have I missed anything?

 

 

shouldnt have to worry about that one!

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Congrats and enjoy the joys of Japanese motorcycle ownership.

There are more then a few things that you don't need to do in the next 48 hours and/or ever.

The swing arm and linkage had sufficient grease on mine for 6 months. Battery tender not required if riding every week. Hour meter is in ecu. Standard start stop switch is reliable, clutch safety switch is proving to be reliable. They don't boil like KTM's.

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As many have probably guessed I will be buying and picking up a YZ250FX in two hours :)

 

Then the fun begins to get the bike ready for a run in ride on Sunday. I only have a few things to do...

 

  • Rad Guards install
  • bash guard install
  • front hd tube install
  • rear hd tube install
  • case saver install
  • hour meter install
  • thermo fan install
  • grip donuts install
  • oil air filters x 2
  • tie wire grips
  • grease linkage
  • grease swingarm
  • set sag
  • remove any adr stuff
  • hand guard install
  • battery tender install
  • remove clutch safety switch
  • adjust levers and pedals
  • install usual start and stop switch?
  • replace exhaust flange bolt with shorter one (one per side)
  • grab handle make and install
  • tape down rad shroud clips
  • check weld on chain guide
  • duct tape between air intake and rad shroud
  • anti seize on swingarm adjustment nuts
  • grease head stem
  • mark throttle positions
  • fill petrol
  • loctite bolts
  • gps mount install
  • mushroom head bolts for bash plates
  • number plate install
Have I missed anything?
yeah 200cc go the 450 but the 250 is still a very nice bike congrats
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Congrats Fab!

It's not as good as a ktm ...... But you're gunna love it!!

AWESOME bike

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Congrats Fab!

It's not as good as a ktm ...... But you're gunna love it!! Bullshit it's better for half the cost

AWESOME bike

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Great stuff,...... I rode Riles and they have plenty get up and go. I have even been tempted myself to go blue for this model

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