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yzwoodsJust don't try it on a quad Court lol :)
RidingTheRockiesNeed to change sprockets? Guess that depend on how yours look. If the teeth are worn might be a good ideal. How bad are yours? If you do change spockets change the chain as well.
csullyi don't know where you'd find info on them, other than the AMA site...although, my brothers and I are checking one out on Jan. 11th in Spangler (near Red Mountain in the Mojave Desert...District 37)....maybe i can figure some stuff out for you...hahai'm not sure the best tires to run out there for a scramble...but in the desert we keep the pressure pretty low 12-13psi; and use heavy duty tubes...some people don't like them because they make the tired heavier...i'm not really sure if they're beneficial in a scramble or not...but for the longer races, definitely.
csullyyzwoodsJust don't try it on a quad Court lol :)yuck yuck yuck. so funny woodsy ;)hahaha.....who knows...we'll see
daggitMy bike can't compete with the 4 strokes in MotoX (neither can the pilot), And desert racing ffor 100s of miles is also not the bikes strong point. So Desert Scrambles seem to be a match. How do i get information on hare scrambles, Is there a site. I have been to AMA district38 site,but I want a idiots guide to hare scrambles. That covers prep to finish. The bike is a cr250
daggitPaul That was great Thanks, What about tire size and pressure? Also I have taken my bike to a dirt road and really reved out each gear, I didn't get past 1/4 throttle. lol It is a 5 speed and in fifth gear it was flying ( I would guess 70ish) and had more to give when I let off. Still about 1/4 throttle. So for me the top speed is there, so the sprockets at stock work fine.
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