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some fun in the coal dirt - May 2, 2015, 09:21 AM

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one of the new hills we put in

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No pictures of you riding back down it? Why not???


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No pictures of you riding back down it? Why not???
Going down relies on gravity. Gravity is not your friend.


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Going down relies on gravity. Gravity is not your friend.

I know it's not my friend. How many times have I fallen down the stairs at home?


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lol.

You are going to have to bring the 500 out to play


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lol.

You are going to have to bring the 500 out to play
Working on it. I was actually working on the bike last night. I ordered a 52 rear sprocket....for the KTM. No wonder it didn't fit. DOH!

On the upside, I need to replace some sprockets on the other bikes so it actually wasn't a waste. (Except of time.)

The 14/52 is really short gearing. So you don't really use 1st gear?

Now I'm eyeballing the rekluse. Do I go with a core...or the Pro. For adventure riding the pro is a better idea as the wear items are stock clutch plates. Downside is no clutch lever feel. Oh yeah, Joe suggested getting a midwest mountain engineering lever for the magura. That seems like a good idea to me.

Current setup - new rear tire, magura, 14/50 gearing, added the chainguard. (But that seems awfully close to the chain. I need to take a picture to show how close it is.)

I need to install the new cylinder head with the compression release. I'm lazy like that. Maybe tonight. Maybe. But this week sometime is the plan for that. Along with a new front tire. It needs it.

The 2014 300 is in good shape.

Oh yeah, I was reading your KTM/CR build thread again. So I'm going to need to cut the engine cradle to fit the 500???


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Working on it. I was actually working on the bike last night. I ordered a 52 rear sprocket....for the KTM. No wonder it didn't fit. DOH!

On the upside, I need to replace some sprockets on the other bikes so it actually wasn't a waste. (Except of time.)

The 14/52 is really short gearing. So you don't really use 1st gear?

Now I'm eyeballing the rekluse. Do I go with a core...or the Pro. For adventure riding the pro is a better idea as the wear items are stock clutch plates. Downside is no clutch lever feel. Oh yeah, Joe suggested getting a midwest mountain engineering lever for the magura. That seems like a good idea to me.

Current setup - new rear tire, magura, 14/50 gearing, added the chainguard. (But that seems awfully close to the chain. I need to take a picture to show how close it is.)

I need to install the new cylinder head with the compression release. I'm lazy like that. Maybe tonight. Maybe. But this week sometime is the plan for that. Along with a new front tire. It needs it.

The 2014 300 is in good shape.

Oh yeah, I was reading your KTM/CR build thread again. So I'm going to need to cut the engine cradle to fit the 500???
14/52 and I use 1st, not as much as 2nd. makes swapping wheels easy as I run the same gearing on my hill-climb bike

pro is easy, core is better but a ton of work. Plan on adjusting the pro to get it to work well. It needs a lot of tungsten added to make it lug like a stock 500. Some guys replace all the steel balls with tungsten.

The magura by itself is very light

you mean the case saver? i don't tun one.

Maybe on the cutting, it fits a 450 frame with just new motor mounts. a 250F frame needs cradle work (bending is possible). a 250/300 frame is smaller than the 250F so its going to be interesting.


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Where did you go for exhaust tubing? I'm guessing I will need to do some work on that as well. The older 300 is in the workroom currently. I guess I can pull it down to the frame pretty easily now. (I need to work the suspension anyway.)

And so the bigger project will begin...Eeeeek!


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Where did you go for exhaust tubing? I'm guessing I will need to do some work on that as well. The older 300 is in the workroom currently. I guess I can pull it down to the frame pretty easily now. (I need to work the suspension anyway.)

And so the bigger project will begin...Eeeeek!
the baffle core? IIRC LA choppers 1.25"


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