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  1. 2011 sherco or 2012 jotagas 250

    What is restricting you to just these two bikes? I would be looking at trying all the makes, as finding a bike that suits your style is the most important thing.
  2. TX 300

    Was it wrapped?
  3. Which bike

    You need a bike that suits your riding style, only you will know which one after you have tried them.
  4. TX 300

    Loads of small jobs which take time to sort, next along is test fitting the engine, although the engine has yet to be built. Its being worked on every week now.
  5. TX 300

    Not mine either
  6. Questions re: 1987 Montesa 335

    The 310 was 1990/1991 if I remember correctly.
  7. Aprila ID

    1991 model 240 climber. I actually owned one of these!
  8. Aprila ID

    Post a picture. we'll tell you what it is.
  9. Busto and Fajardo to Gas Gas

    Just thinking TRS could do with a front runner in the BTC, Iwan would be ideal.
  10. Good point, but I don't think it matters what oil/ratio hes using, his bike is going to get choked up bad style if its not even getting warmed up.
  11. Needs a proper run out, 15 minute sessions aren't enough to get engine properly hot enough for a true plug reading, also your exhaust will be starting to fill with unburnt oil.
  12. 250 vs 300

    You need to decide whether the 250 or 300 suits you better, then go from there.
  13. Ipone racing samourai oil 2stroke

    Youll be fine as long you don't pour loads in.
  14. Beta Vs Sherco

    having owned both, the beta is a better machine for me. It offers more grip, more tractable power and better steering. Whatever you do, get a decent test on both machines as it really is personal preference, try before you buy.
  15. Beta vacancy?

    IIRC it was at a high altitude event (isola?) where they didn't manage to set up dib's beta quite right. people on here suggesting that he was generally unhappy with the machine are wide of the mark I think.