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Help Fix My Honda CR250!

October 4, 2019


hey guys welcome back to another video
working on the cr250 build here so I took a few weeks off spent some time
recovering and now it is time to get back after it so what we’ll be doing
today on this bike is building around the engine gonna be mounting up some
electronics the radiators carburetor and possibly the exhaust as well and just a
bunch of cool little bits all over the bike so I’ve got some cool stuff coming
your way so stay tuned let’s get started I’ve got a bunch of parts lined up here
that I want to install on the bike today just a matter of figuring out where to
start so I’m most excited about this electronic carburetor heard some really
good things about it so I think I’m gonna start there if any
of you guys saw the Red Bull straight rhythm a few weeks back with only two
strokes you’ll notice that a lot of those bikes or at least most of the
winning bikes we’re running the elektron carburetor so really excited about that
and then I’ve got this red fuel line and vent hose from the halo concepts
kind of spruce up the carburetor here so I’m gonna mount this carburetor up first
and then see how that hose looks on there for those of you that aren’t
familiar with these electron carburetors what they do best or what makes them so
special is they self adjust for elevation temperature or changes to the
bike all right let’s get this beauty mounted up on the bike so once I have
the bike all together and running I’ll give you guys a better idea of how
exactly these carburetors work it was a bit of a tight fit with that
carburetor going into the intake boot but definitely better having it tight to
loose at least I know 100% that’s gonna seal check out that clear football
though that is gonna look so cool the first time I turn on the field valve so
electron provided a throttle cable for this carburetor
so before I mount it up I’m gonna Lube it up make sure it doesn’t run dry on me
even though this cables brand-new always a good idea to lube it up anyways so
I’ll be using a motion pro cable living tool I believe this is called the b3
cable living tool and then I’ll be using motion Pro cable OOP as well all right that should do it squirted
quite a bit of Lube in there and at the other end of the cable here notice
there’s a film of Lube so we’re good to go now to install the cable onto the
carburetor I’m gonna have to tilt the carburetor outward a little bit just
like that and remove the cap and the cable just threads right into the cap
like so looks like the end of the cable just
hooks into the slide through the hole in the middle I’m gonna hold that down pull
it out and slide the spring back into the slide there we go ready to go back
on to the carburetor now for cable routing I always like to
go in between the motor mounts here the upper motor mounts I’m gonna want when
t5 I have the thrall cable and the clutch cable routed through here seems
to work really good just kind of keeps the cable from getting kinked and it’s a
nice spot to route it through see if it’s gonna work on this bike to have
that cable through there oh yeah perfect see how clean that looks just right
through the upper motor mounts now before I get too carried away with
mounting this carburetor I need to make sure that throttle operates properly
just pulling the cable make sure it returns yep that’s all together
perfectly it is time to add some flavor to this carburetor
with this in the Hilo concepts vent hose just hopefully I have enough to cover I’ve got one hose left and I’m just a
couple inches short like always damn I’m gonna have to order up some more
but anyways I’ve got three of the hoses done looks like they’re all around the
same length and where I like to route them is in between the frame and the
linkage here at the dog bone so there’s a nice little gap here to tuck them in
nice and tidy and I’ve also got this piece right here so this bolts on to the
crankcase like so you flip it over just like that and kind of holds all the
hoses in tight to the crankcase so this nihilo hose worked out perfect
fits really good on to the fittings here on the carburetor it’s nice and flexible
not super stiff like some other brands I’ve used and it looks really good
just got to order up a little bit more and I’ll be set now this is kind of the
unsexy part of the build but I’m gonna show you guys anyways so the electronics
there’s really nothing that special about them
so the wiring harness is up first this just provides power to everything and
where they call this the regulator condenser that basically regulates the
power to the ignition coil and servo motor and this is the ignition coil that
provides spark to the spark plug CDI box pretty much controls everything
it’s like the computer of the bike and like I mentioned earlier this is the
servo motor for the power valve now before I get around to installing the
wiring harness got to make sure that there are seals in all of these
connectors here so you can see in these ones there’s a little orange seal down
inside of there it’s really crucial to have these seals because when you wash
the bike you don’t have seals water is going to get in those connectors and
your bike is gonna be cutting out if it runs at all so it looks like we got a
seal in there and this one has a seal as well so first things first this is the
wire coming out of the stator and it plugs into this connector right here and
this connector has a little slot on the backside of it and this clips on to the
frame so there’s a little tab here on the frame please zoom into that so that
little tab connects with the connector just slides on like so see it’s secured
to the frame and that is where the stator plugs into you and then we’ve got
a few more connectors here this one goes to the servo motor this one to the
regulator and condenser these two are for the ignition coil and then these two
bit connectors run up to the top of the frame here
or the neck of the frame and connect to the CBI box oh and we’ve got two more
connectors here these two go to the kill switch that’s up on the handlebars I’m
just gonna tuck in the wiring harness just like that like I mentioned earlier
water that gets in electronics is a big deal so it’ll make your bike not run or
it does run out cut out and it’ll just corrode things and to prevent that from
happening this is what I use it is called dielectric grease you just put it
right inside the connector pretty simple deal and it prevents that connector from
corroding so you just simply put a little dab on each connector here and
then you’re good to go and these connectors should be pretty
self-explanatory but there’s a little tab on this connector little thing that
pokes up that is gonna face towards the disconnecting tab here on the connector
so you’ll see there’s a little thicker part or like a little groove where that
slot or that tab goes into hopefully that made sense but this be cautious of
which way you’re going in with the connectors and then when you’re pushing
it in you’ll hear a little click that means it’s all the way in and seated and
for the stator wire I’m just gonna zip tie to the frame try to get it out of
the way and get it looking tidy here as well all right next up we’ve got the ignition
coil of the mount so this upper mounting hole is also used for our ground and so
it’s pretty important to have that bare steel don’t want any rust or corrosion
on that so I’m gonna take a wire brush and just make absolute sure that this
thing is clean and then for the mounting clip I’m gonna use the dielectric grease
once again just to ensure that no corrosion happens down the road I’m
gonna figure out which way this coil mounts on the frame looks like it faces
up like that the wire pointing up make sure that lines up with the spark plug
here oh yeah looks like the right way plug that in to the coil so just like I
said earlier this ground just goes on the upper mounting hole gonna dig
through my bolt kit here this is from bolt motorcycle hardware just trying to
find a few bolts for this coil found exactly what I was looking for always
super nice to have fresh hardware on hand so if you guys are looking for
hardware for your bike definitely check out bolt motorcycle hardware I believe
their website is both MX comm for the top bolt I am using a locking style nut
so no need to use any sort of lock tight on it for some reason that doesn’t look right
that coil wire is a super kinked it’s like tight bend right here and then at
the coil as well there’s really only one way that can go on I wasn’t quite sure
about the routing of the coil wire and just the mounting of the coil so I
looked up a few pictures online here and that is indeed how the coil is mounted
so I’m just gonna leave it I don’t know it looks weird to me but apparently how
it’s supposed to be all right now I’ve got the cd-i box the mount up but first
here is the CDI mount so the CDI two slides on to these three little tabs
here with the rubber grommet and once I get this into place I can just plug it
in and I’ll be set and I would say that CDI connectors are probably the most
important for trying to avoid water and corrosion so you definitely want to use
the grease inside the connectors and once again you want to make sure these
connectors go all the way down and make a click when they see it all the way now
it’s time for the servo motor this motor here controls the exhaust valve on the
bike come over and show you guys here this here is the exhaust valve and this
valve controls how much exhaust gases come out of the engine and having this
valve gives the bike a broader range of power
so before I mount this servo motor I’m gonna have to test it I’ve never tested
or taken one of these apart so this will be completely new to me here I’ve got
the a 12 volt battery I’m gonna hook up the battery to the connector here and
see if the motor operates properly so I’m gonna need to pull this little
plastic cover off to see if the motor is turning over
it’s pretty clean underneath here a good sign here I’ve got two separate wires to
run from the battery to the connector on the servo motor alright the manual
states that the positive wire coming from the battery goes to the black /
white wire on a connector this one here and then the negative wire leads to the
white / green wire you can see when I connect the battery to the servo motor
the motor turns in a counterclockwise direction which is what it’s supposed to
do that’s a really good sign looks like the servo motor is working properly now
I’m gonna take it apart which I’ve never done before and just make sure
everything is in good shape inside by the way the screwdriver that I’m using
is called a JIS type screwdriver which stands for Japanese industrial standard
I believe so the screws that come on these Japanese bikes have a little
different head than Phillips so they have a little dot or a little punch mark
and that mark indicates that it’s a JIS type head and so you need to use a JIS
type screwdriver for it to fit the head properly so you can see this one fits
perfectly in there and reduces your risk of stripping out the screw so I’ll put
the link to where I bought these screwdrivers down below in the
description box screws are out let’s see how this thing
splits apart pretty much just like an engine you got two cases I’m really
curious about the condition of this thing inside hope it’s not super rusty wow that’s actually in really good shape
I thought it was just gonna be rusty and corroded so from here all I see is the
motor and a couple more screws so there’s got to be some gears inside this
thing and that’s mainly what I want to look at got those screws out and I
believe this thing should come apart even further it’s gotta be really
careful see a bunch of gears in here and I don’t want to have them all fall apart
on me I’m just gonna check over these gears and shafts make sure there’s no
damaged or missing teeth grease things up and put it back together this side
looks pretty good check out the motor side of it it’s actually remarkably
clean in here for a 15 year old bike I thought for sure I was gonna run into
some rust and I’ll be using this mini grease gun to squirt the grease exactly
where I want it it’s got this needle size tip link to where you can buy this
will be down below so going back together what after
worried about is getting this Halfmoon shape into this gear here and then all
of these posts will line up with the holes on the other half I think it’s
going to be easier to have all these gears on the other half instead so this should go back together a little
easier with everything on one side so it looks like I got that gear and the motor
lined up when I turn the pulley you can hear inside of the motor here that it’s
turning so that’s a good sign and all the rest of the gear should be lined up
as well before I get this thing all the way back
together I’m gonna test it one more time just to make sure everything is together
correctly all right everything checks out fine I’m gonna put the other half of
the casing on and then I can mount this servo motor on the bike actually before I mount up the
servomotor and the rectifier on the bike I’m going to clean them up with the
prime MX cleaning pad here on the buffer oh man these turned out sweet always
impressed with results of the cleaning pad if you want to pick one of these up
they are available over on my website prime em XCOM i’ll put the link down
below in the description box one last thing to do before I mount the servo
motor on to the bike no lube up the servo motor cables score it a little bit
through this end here it’s a really short cable so doesn’t really take much
to get lube all the way through it so I’m trying to find the correct hardware
to mount the servomotor and rectifier to the bike but this is how I got all the
hardware when I bought the bike it was already partially disassembled so I have
no clue which bolts go where so I’m over here on Rocky Mountain atv/mc comm and
they’ve got the OEM microfiche on their website basically a parts diagram so
I’ve got the servo motor pulled up and number five is the correct bolt used to
mount the servo motor so it looks like a ten millimeter head with a washer
attached to it so right there bolt washer six by twenty eight so that
indicates it’s a six mil thread by twenty eight millimeters long so I’m
gonna go ahead and find two bolts for that so if you guys need a great
resource on figuring out which parts go where or you just need to order om or
aftermarket parts Rocky Mountain atv/mc comm is the place to go
I found the hardware I needed let’s get these things mount it up I believe it
goes behind the tabs let’s see here in front doesn’t really line up so yeah it
goes behind the mounting tabs in looking at this wiring harness and
how I’ve got it routed I believe I have it on the wrong side of the frame so
looking over here at where the harness is supposed to clip to the way I’ve got
it situated nothing really lines up so I need to switch it over to this side of
the frame I’ve got the wiring harness switched
over to the other side and it looks so much cleaner now that is definitely how
it is supposed to be runs all the way up to the neck of the frame and next up I’m
gonna mount the servo motor cables down to the power valve I almost forgot this
little bracket that holds one of the cables in a place just mounts on to the
cylinder just like that let’s figure out how to get these cables on to the
exhaust valve I’m going to turn the servo motor give this cable a little bit
more slack there we go it looks like one nut goes on one side of the cylinder
here and just in a place the other one goes on top along with the washer now to
get this front cable on I think I’m gonna have to loosen up the servo motor
just take out the top bolt and I should give me enough room to get this cable on
to the power valve arm now that I’ve got both cables attached
to the power valve I will need to set the tension on them so I’m gonna start
with the back cable first I’m gonna turn the pulley on the servo motor all the
way clockwise for this and then I’m gonna adjust the back cable until it
starts to bow into the front cable so watch as I turn this adjuster out or
loosen the adjuster it is gonna bow into the front cable and that’s it for the
back cable to adjust the front cable I’m gonna turn the pulley on the servo motor
counterclockwise all the way and so what we’re looking at here at this cable is
the amount of slack here in the middle so you can see it’s moving up and down
quite a bit and so that indicates the cable is loose take my 8 millimeter
wrench back this adjuster out a little bit well continually check in the slack
and I’m gonna go until there’s no more slack left in this cable or just a
little bit of slack you don’t want to tighten it too much so it’s very much
like a clutch cable adjustment got a little bit of play there and it go maybe
two more turns no it’s a little tight so there’s this a tiny bit of play there
and I’m gonna call that good and then down here at the bottom I’m gonna lock
the top nut against the cylinder let’s secure the cable into place cover it all
up and we are set just got to bolt the power valve covers back on and I’ll be
all finished up with the electronics just to make sure I’ve got all the
electronics assembled correctly I’m gonna pull out the spark plug and check
for spark to check for spark I’m gonna hold the spark plug you get something
steel such as one of these nuts on the head and then turn the bike over by hand
with the Kickstarter well guys got some bad news no spark so
I’m pretty sure I’ve got everything together correctly all the connections
are good grounds are nice and clean but I’m kind of running out of time in this
video to figure it out but write your suggestions down below in the comment
section for what to look forward to figure this issue out I do have some
good news though so earlier in the video I ran out of red vent hose for the
carburetor but I worked some more up from the helo a couple days ago showed
up already they were super quick about it
whoops only needed one pack anyways so let’s get this lecture on carb all
dialed in with the hose all right that’s gonna be it for this
video the pipe and radiator install is gonna have to wait for another video so
the next time we’ll work on this baby we’re gonna have to figure out these
electrical issues and I watched your guys’s help with it so write your
suggestions down below in the comments section on what you think this no spark
issue could be and we’re gonna figure this thing out together so actually I
head back into the hospital tomorrow for more cancer treatment so it might be a
while till the next video do you guys would like to support me in this fight I
do have camp strong hats t-shirts and stickers available over on the website
let me grab and I’ll show you what they’re all about for the shirt just a
nice clean white shirt with camp straw in the front Prime the next logo on the
neck sticker is just a nice clean simple little camp strong sticker so if you
guys would like to support me that would be greatly appreciated
till next time keep it Prime

100 Comments

  • Reply Cameron Niemela November 2, 2018 at 9:37 pm

    What do you think is the problem?

  • Reply Jordi November 9, 2018 at 6:39 pm

    beautyful cr i love

  • Reply 1barnet1 November 9, 2018 at 10:59 pm

    If your riding skills are as good as your mechanic skills you'd be Travis Pastrana.

  • Reply Santiago Fernández Court November 9, 2018 at 11:10 pm

    Dielectric grease is electrically insulating and does not break down when high voltage is applied. It is often applied to electrical connectors, particularly those containing rubber gaskets, as a means of lubricating and sealing rubber portions of the connector without arcing. From Google. Maybe the grease you use is not suposed to be put inside the connectors but in the plastic outside them…🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Reply Nestor Lugo November 10, 2018 at 3:31 am

    Tony Ferguson the type of guy who watches this video and thinks this is the front rotor

  • Reply elcholo6193 November 10, 2018 at 4:52 am

    Hope u get better love your videos help me a lot

  • Reply TRX VLOGGER November 10, 2018 at 9:44 am

    Aw man Sorry to hear about your Cancer. Hey just try to eat as healthy as you can, seriously drink a lot of V8 juice (Healthy Greens) and eat a lot of salads make a lot of stews/soups no canned foods etc, just make everything and anything you can from raw vegetables try to stay away from fruit for now and such. Remember your body is made of Minerals buddy, and if you put the natural minerals back in your body it will correct a lot That is really sad and terrifying experience I 4 years ago thought I had cancer I was absolutely scared to death. I can imagine how you must feel. Also I had no clue that the CR250R power valve was Electronically controlled. I always thought it was controlled by the exhaust pressure. I learn something new all the time.

  • Reply Sketchers November 10, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    25:04 I loved that you let that little fail in there :). Great video as always. Did the bike ever spark before?

  • Reply Doug Smith November 10, 2018 at 2:12 pm

    Do have any videos of replacing a throttle cable on a 2018 crf450r or something similar? It’s our first fuel injected bike. Thanks

  • Reply chris farrell November 10, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    Hey Dude! For MX videos I always check out your channel best on YouTube by far! Good to see you kicking cancers ass. Have you tried cannabis oils? Much love from the UK

  • Reply Fred Pinczuk November 11, 2018 at 4:53 am

    Glad to see you working on this bike, great work.

  • Reply kazuku san November 11, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Where the bettery 😂

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  • Reply Tom Nekuda November 11, 2018 at 12:38 pm

    I think that it either needs a new flint or is low on lighter fluid………

  • Reply Thomas Di pierno November 11, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    Top❤️

  • Reply Silas Dittmer November 11, 2018 at 5:07 pm

    I have a stock 2003 cr250 and when I installed the Lectron carb I started getting detonation on only my mid range. Any ideas guys? I'm running no ethanol premium and klotz oil.

  • Reply Damien Doisher November 11, 2018 at 6:06 pm

    Looking forward to seeing this run! Amazing job!

  • Reply icantcomeupwithaname November 11, 2018 at 8:45 pm

    It sounds kinda stupid but make sure the coil is all the way on the plug ive had some bikes where you gotta press down really hard until you hear a click.

  • Reply Boi Hm November 11, 2018 at 9:12 pm

    Get well Soon❤️

  • Reply Gerbill742 November 12, 2018 at 3:24 am

    Sounds too good to be true for the card

  • Reply Modern Motorz November 12, 2018 at 3:42 am

    i would for sure buy any bike from you. After seeing how in depth you go into everything is insane and awesome! Keep up the good work!!!

  • Reply RBDC November 12, 2018 at 6:04 am

    Clean 👌

  • Reply Chris Fearon November 12, 2018 at 6:30 am

    like and subscribed. The ebay and amazon links didn't lead to your products. bought a hat and shirt and donated 10. Great video!

  • Reply gummball November 12, 2018 at 6:33 am

    Didn't realise you had cancer Cameron so good luck in your fight! Dielectric grease is non-conductive, which means it doesn't conduct electricity. When you use it you don't put it directly on the connector contacts because they won't contact. Use it around the connector to stop water getting in.

  • Reply Wolfus November 12, 2018 at 2:09 pm

    anyone has any suggestions for newer plastics that will fit my Yamaha wr426f 01'?

  • Reply Wuluffi November 12, 2018 at 2:30 pm

    you need to turn the bike over faster, wich creates more voltage so the spark can actually jump. So if u kick it then you should get a spark

  • Reply mega truck November 12, 2018 at 8:24 pm

    You adjusted the powervalve wrong

  • Reply Jonas Pratt November 12, 2018 at 9:22 pm

    Strong Cam

  • Reply Rustin Gee November 13, 2018 at 5:16 am

    hey Cameron best build yet!!! I've been one of 50 subs since started keep up the good work!!!!

  • Reply SpoolinVR November 13, 2018 at 5:54 am

    I've been watching your videos and thinking about life. I hope you get fully better and can continue educating others through your videos. I bought a sweet ass hat from your site and donated too. This was my first time donating to a YouTuber. I only wish you a happy and healthy life. Fuck cancer.

  • Reply Gregy Buena November 13, 2018 at 6:53 am

    Hey man I think you should use medical marijuana for your treatments, it's worth a try 😊 take care!

  • Reply Kyle Gray November 16, 2018 at 3:59 am

    Can't check spark on an anodized surface.

  • Reply Kendrick Williams November 21, 2018 at 6:51 am

    Can you do a video on replacing the intake valves on the CRF please, I need help

  • Reply James Roberson November 22, 2018 at 10:47 pm

    You are the strongest person i ever met brother. Living not caring just moving on…. Keep fighting FUCK CANCER !!!!!!!! YOU CAN DO IT !!!!!

  • Reply David Trembath November 23, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    Hi Cam, great vids …..may have to close the circuit by adding the handle bar switch gear

  • Reply Jamie Murphy November 25, 2018 at 5:35 pm

    Excellent videos great comantary

  • Reply manu_43 November 26, 2018 at 12:43 pm

    crank it harder!

  • Reply All The Norm November 29, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    By far the highest quality of motorcycle rebuilds very informative too

  • Reply Jamie Murphy November 30, 2018 at 10:58 pm

    Will be rebuilding my yz125 engine whilst watching your vids great vids

  • Reply Jallen December 5, 2018 at 2:07 am

    Bravo!

  • Reply Jallen December 5, 2018 at 2:07 am

    Holding My Breath For Next One….So Hurry!

  • Reply William Harding December 7, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    Man! You really did drink the CoolAid! If you think a carb can "self-adjust for altitude, temp, and changes to the bike", you're not nearly as sharp as I thought you were. Just think about what you said and what that carb would have to do in order to make the changes you suggest. It would have to, all by itself, change orifice sizes and alter flow rates. In other words, it would have to be able to rejet itself. I'm sure it can compensate to some degree, but your claim would require the thing to have an onboard Power Commander and access to info it just simply does not have. You would also see this thing on EVERY carbureted competition engine in the world! Don't make make claims like this, it makes you look like a dumbass.

  • Reply William Harding December 7, 2018 at 4:08 pm

    And you're wrong about the exhaust valve too. It doesn't change the amount of gases moving through the port (maybe a little), it alters the port timing by changing the port location in the piston stroke. Man! Your stock has plummeted in my book. I like the fact that you are neat and keep a clean shop, but you're just talking trash at this point. It's just sad.

  • Reply mv December 9, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    This FAQ for absolutely idiot, or grandmother!

  • Reply Fred December 10, 2018 at 2:20 am

    The Aluminum welding on the frame look's like shit!

  • Reply Mohd Zaid December 12, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Letron carb 😍😍😍

  • Reply Poh Sin Hee December 12, 2018 at 6:30 am

    Maybe just by defaut CDI is not power up.

  • Reply Riley Renault December 14, 2018 at 7:19 pm

    the ground is on the wrong side of the coil, you have to put it on between the coil and the frame that way it grounds to the frame

  • Reply Mr.rm250 Rodney Lynn December 16, 2018 at 6:09 pm

    Man this build is looking TRICK! 👍 good stuff bro! Braaaaaaap!

  • Reply GNX157 December 16, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    5 minutes in and I'm wondering why you didn't install the cable and the hoses on the carb before installing it on the bike?

  • Reply Marko Paquetty December 20, 2018 at 10:30 am

    great work man !! is a titanium exhaust??

  • Reply MUNK December 22, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    RC / CR ?

  • Reply Suizo86 December 22, 2018 at 10:40 pm

    Cameron querido , espero que tu tratamiento esté dando sus frutos , te admiro por tu capacidad con la mecanica de motos , te mando un gran abrazo desde argentina , fuerza mi amigo de youtube!! Estoy contigo

  • Reply Renukaprasad DR Renuka December 23, 2018 at 8:38 am

    Sir namper

  • Reply Jesse South December 23, 2018 at 8:46 am

    You do great work and have gave me many tips man! Keep up the good work and God Bless you throughout your life and battle against cancer.

  • Reply Owen Stanley December 24, 2018 at 2:33 am

    Rode a nasty cr250 today and now I wana ride Honda

  • Reply Scott Aubel December 27, 2018 at 6:42 am

    I have a Lectron on my 2017 Husqvarna TE300 and it performs amazing. It’s crisp everywhere and the milage is much better then it was with the factory Mikun. This build is looking amazing! It’s got me wanting to find a 2005 CR125 and build it.

  • Reply Jairo Leal December 28, 2018 at 10:46 pm

    Clean

  • Reply TNT Tips and Tricks January 1, 2019 at 12:40 pm

    Remove the Grease you put in all of the conectors

  • Reply Piotr Buszka January 2, 2019 at 7:50 pm

    Smieszny ziomek xD

  • Reply lord_66xx lover January 3, 2019 at 10:12 am

    I think the fuse they will not have elarton

  • Reply Adam York AY January 4, 2019 at 11:27 pm

    Stay strong and keep making awesome videos

  • Reply markku kotajärvi January 11, 2019 at 6:26 pm

    Olen nähnyt parempaakin hitsaus jälkeä, aika rösöistä

  • Reply Don Cancio January 14, 2019 at 10:16 am

    I'm a little bit late in in viewing your videos but I hope you're all well now.

  • Reply Ripki Ajiz Ma'sum January 15, 2019 at 5:38 pm

    I like .
    My from in indonesia ..😀

  • Reply David Laxton January 20, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    I had 33 eletrons on my Rd 400 big difference.

  • Reply Warna warni Dunia January 22, 2019 at 2:31 am

    Bisa kirim pak

  • Reply mughal electro lite January 23, 2019 at 11:20 am

    Don't mind bro engine very ugly

  • Reply Edward Martin January 29, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    so first thing youre going to need is a hand basket from the grocery store …

  • Reply Fadlan Muhammad January 30, 2019 at 9:47 am

    Keuren kang meuni alus pisan

  • Reply tobber08 February 1, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    I’m an old guy. Got out of motocross in the 80’s. Amazing to see how the sport has changed. Engine technology, machining, craftsmanship. QC. Thanks.

    Wait. Gloves on a motocross bike? Yer supposed to have all greasy hands, with a little snot mixed in from wiping yer nose on yer sleeve. Then use alot of electrical tape. Always a nut or bolt left over when you are finished. Whats the deal?

  • Reply Lewis Cross February 11, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    I agree you defiantly look a few inches short of a foot haha

  • Reply ธรรมธร ปิ่นเพชรกุล February 13, 2019 at 10:44 am

    อย่างหล่อเลยครับ

  • Reply HR February 13, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    Tôi mong đợi nhiều clip hay hơn nữa …

  • Reply Brent Vaesen February 13, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    Respect

  • Reply Richard Joyce February 18, 2019 at 5:51 pm

    25:00 just acts like it’s gone forever

  • Reply Zap Fox February 20, 2019 at 12:15 am

    did you try the switch mark run?

  • Reply Trix Esqimo February 20, 2019 at 9:54 am

    Nice bike bro…it a monster drag manchine…

  • Reply John Keckley March 4, 2019 at 1:56 am

    Great job. One pointer though, dielectric grease isn't supposed to be used between the mating surfaces of connections even though if there's enough mechanical pressure you can get away with using it that way. It is not conductive. It's designed to be applied on the outside of the connection to seal it from corrosion. This could be why you have no spark. Also, spin the engine faster to check spark.

  • Reply Leandro Augusto de Almeida March 10, 2019 at 2:38 pm

    Me da uma vaga de emprego ai para eu te ajudar a restaurar essas maquinas que amo…!

  • Reply Eric Orr March 17, 2019 at 12:09 am

    Badass build. I wouldn’t even ride something like that. Looks so good, it should be on a showroom floor

  • Reply Martin Benoit March 18, 2019 at 7:01 pm

    You don’t look or work like your not only a back alley mechanic. I would bet you race or you work for a dealership

  • Reply martin geeves March 28, 2019 at 8:39 am

    Hi mate u watched ur vid on history of RC and CR 2 strokes.. I grew up with them.. I really enjoyed all ur research as u know it takes alot of time well done.. I remember racing club days against CR 500 2 strokes I was riding RZ 350 my mate on KR 250..the rules then were if u were single cylinder u could run slicks we had road tyres on.. We were all 2 stroke nuts then hence 500 GP.. The CR and YZ 490 500 singles use to go give us a hard time around corners and brakes as they were so light compared to our bikes.. Of course we had more go in a straight line.. They use to lower them down stiffen the suspension put slicks on and road race them.. This was all through the 90s in Australia grt memories and few broken bones.. I ended up on an RZ 500 and my mate on a RG 500 wild days.. I'm sure ur CR 250 will go like a cut snake all the best Marty from Oz..

  • Reply Ilham Nurisya April 4, 2019 at 5:47 pm

    honda?

  • Reply Matias Koskiniemi April 8, 2019 at 1:40 pm

    Can you speak finland

  • Reply perry marshall April 14, 2019 at 12:02 pm

    The welds on the frame look awful, cant be the first to notice… awesome vid, keep up the great work!

  • Reply Tim Adams April 14, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    Awesome videos. Makes me want to get a older 250 and redo it. Stay strong. Hope you are doing well.

  • Reply Layne Scott April 16, 2019 at 3:11 pm

    Do these Companies just send you free parts?

  • Reply Eakloveya Shrestha May 2, 2019 at 3:20 pm

    Good sir

  • Reply Christopher Young May 12, 2019 at 2:11 am

    Try ACF-50 instead of dielectric grease next time. Its a cleaner way to do what you were trying to do in the first place. here is a link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-ACF-50-Anti-Corrosion-13oz/273799095019?epid=1911831839&hash=item3fbfb2a2eb:g:mkMAAOSw7klcq8gq If that doesnt work just search ACF-50 on ebay.

  • Reply Connor Phillips May 23, 2019 at 1:12 am

    Dang I looked up that carb and auto clicked away!!! 500$ or more DAMN

  • Reply Sam Dennon May 29, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Thanks for the note about JIS fasteners! I’ve seen that dot before and never knew it was a different driver.

  • Reply Kolya Gorbenko June 8, 2019 at 1:12 pm

    Вмчвпв

  • Reply To Ronnie Payne June 11, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    Cameron i just picked up a 2002 cr 250, the rc servo motor gear teeth are broken so its not allowing it to open up properly, but now having a hard time finding a new rc servo motor, do know where i could find one! Or am i going to have to pick up a used one

  • Reply Joe Lamei July 16, 2019 at 10:01 pm

    love your vids man .. from egypt

  • Reply Jim Madonna July 21, 2019 at 2:40 am

    I can't wait to see this beauty run!

  • Reply Zhun Nguyễn July 22, 2019 at 5:02 am

    Like pro

  • Reply Ayan Shaikh August 6, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    Hii sir

  • Reply FFMOTO - September 26, 2019 at 7:44 pm

    5:17 a couple inches short like always lmao

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