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For Sale - Parts / Re: Engines, Transmissions, and motor parts
« on: February 03, 2018, 08:52:43 AM »
following. very curious myself. i need a somewhat functioning bottom end

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 18, 2018, 09:32:32 PM »
Thanks. It was definitely more time consuming than what I'd anticipated.

Last push for calendars. Putting the final order in tomorrow. First round of calendars are shipping out tomorrow. Some of you will see yours next week.

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 09, 2018, 07:33:55 AM »
Voting had been going on for 3 days by the time I got any pics off the forums, this one or the other one. Sorry. It was kind of a rush job this year. I didn't realize no one was doing one so I took it on last minute which didn't leave a lot of time

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 08, 2018, 02:52:21 PM »
Sorry, prices...$18 for one shipped anywhere in the lower 48. $30 for 2, $40 for 3, $50 for 4 and so on.

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 08, 2018, 02:51:32 PM »
So the calendar's ready. I'll be taking orders through next week and turning in the order on the 19th. You can gift via PayPal to and please make sure your mailing address is included. Or you can get through my website. I put a button on the bottom of my page at If this goes well this year, I'll start earlier next year. :)

Lounge / Re: 2019 calendar
« on: January 05, 2018, 09:04:06 AM »
I was going to see how the turnout went this year. Got a very big response on FB. So far, so good. Nothing on the other 250R forum and you can see how this forum faired. But it'll be available to all. If all goes well and people are happy, I was going to start on the calendar early so it'd be ready and shipped out before Christmas next year for early gifting. Give people enough time to finish their projects up this year and get some good quality pics taken.

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 05, 2018, 09:01:04 AM »
I got those added to the voting

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 03, 2018, 07:19:43 PM »
post them up here. I'm running the voting through Saturday. I'll make sure they get in.

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 03, 2018, 08:00:12 AM »
If you want a shot of your quad in the calendar, please get me your pics. They need to be at least 2000 x 1000 for the final. If you don't have a pic of that size, please retake. I'm going to do a month or two with lower quality pics with multiple quads for those that can't or don't know how to get the right size in.
Calendars will be $18 shipped for 1 to anywhere in the lower 48 states, $30 for 2 or $40 for 3. Payments will be done via PayPal and I'll set up a button on my website too. Please make sure your shipping address is included.
Please post up your pics...  Voting will start in the next couple days.

Lounge / Re: 2018 Calendar
« on: January 02, 2018, 11:12:24 PM »
It looks like it's going to happen. There's a very large turnout on FB so if you want your quad to get a shot at the calendar, you can submit your pics on here and I'll make sure they get voted on or go to the TRX250R Owners For Life page and put your quad pic in. I'll run the entries on here too for voting. Highest overall 13 will go on. Calendar will run from this Feb all the way through next Jan as this January is already rolling on.

Lounge / 2018 Calendar
« on: January 02, 2018, 03:26:47 PM »
The original maker isn't doing a run of calendars this year but I'm wanting to make one up. I want to take a poll on how many people would want one?

Engine and Bottom End / Re: Good replacement coil
« on: December 18, 2017, 07:38:48 AM »
OEM. Only way to go otherwise you're taking your chances with reliability.

XC / TORN Round 10, Able Springs, TX
« on: October 30, 2017, 11:01:39 AM »
Well not my best race. Real tight woods track. Didn't favor the R. Got 2nd on the holeshot and got around 1st on the 2nd corner and held the lead for a couple laps till mistakes plagued me and he got back around me. Couldn't run him down and settled for 2nd. But I think that was just enough to lock up the points championship for the season for 2 years in a row now. Hope y'all enjoy the 1st lap vid!

XC / Re: TORN Round 8, Quinlan, TX
« on: October 10, 2017, 07:53:55 AM »
I'm glad you enjoy them. To be honest, I wasn't sure if anyone was on here catching them anymore. But thanks for the response and I'll keep posting them!  ;D

XC / TORN Round 8, Quinlan, TX
« on: October 09, 2017, 03:19:14 PM »
What a weekend. This race was all of 2+ hours away from the house so I was looking forward to doing some camping. But trying to get everything ready and deal with work left little time to prepare. Ended up scratching that idea and just decided to wake up extra early Sunday morning and make the trip. Took the bike to practice the track during big bike practice from 8-9 which meant leaving at 5am which meant waking up at 4. No wonder I slept in til 8:30 this morning!
Well I was really excited to try out the new Bubba Ramsey custom cut dome on the ESR310PV. And it didn't disappoint! Took the motor from 193psi to 230psi! The grunt in the woods and out-of-the-corner torque gain was very noticeable. Exactly what I was looking for! I spun pretty hard on the start and didn't get a good hook up and ended up with 2nd on the holeshot behind Doug, my rival for the points championship this year (I'm still 12 in the lead). I followed him for a couple laps and then got close enough I thought I could get around him after the scoring chute but found one of the corners leading up to it wasn't a bush, it was a tree and it put the bike on its side and me on the ground. After getting it fired back up, it was catch up time for the next 1.5 laps but with a half lap left, I caught him again and we did a little rubbing. I had him set up perfect coming back onto the start straight. I was on the outside but about half a quad in front of him and knew if we held our lines, I'd have the inside on the next corner going into a tight section and would have made the pass. But we both overcooked the corner and he ended up blowing into the berm and pushed me through it. Not overly intentional and apologized after the race. He admitted he came in too hot and had the tires locked down and just slide on the hardpack grass. And I know it's not like him but made for some excitement for sure. So rather than throw everything away and break something or not finish, I stayed tucked in behind him and finished 2nd. Funny thing is in the overall, I came in 5th...1 second ahead of him. Odd.
So without further ado, here's the vid of the 1st lap...

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