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  1. I had a 2017 250 RR and I found it ok with just a med/fast throttle tube, I now have a 2018 250 Gold which is a lot faster, I have had to really calm it down. Hope this helps.
  2. LC Head insert 1mm head spacer Slow action throttle JJG needle valve middle clip position. Lovely and soft ?
  3. 350cc from new, 300cc on a oil change, I use 333cc so I get 3 changes out of a 1 litre bottle.
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    no clutch

    Probably just the seals or a loose connection if you have lost the fluid, never had to do one but i can't imagine it been rocket science to do it.
  5. This is what you want This was supplied to me by me local TRS dealer so I presume it's correct not fitted it yet ?
  6. Just tried 10/42 at the weekend and I liked it, but it was on an old stretched chain can't fit that gearing on a new chain you have to end up using 1/2 links and I don't like doing that. So I'm settling on 10/41, slow action throttle, LC head insert and Carbon Tech reeds ?
  7. Bou is the problem he's just a freak of nature so much better than anyone else, organisers put sections on to take marks off him and it makes it too hard for 95% on the field. Ease the sections off he's going to win anyway and let the others have some fun, hopefully Bou will get bored and retire. I for one find all the trick circus riding very boring.
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    2019 raga forks

    They reckon the gold steel stantions have a better action than the alloy ones, think they changed to them on the 18 model. RR AND the Golds use them.
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    Fork Air Gap

    I emailed Formula and got the answer. Left = 110mm Right = 55mm SAE 5w
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    Fork Air Gap

    Anyone know the air gap measurements for the Gold/Steel fork legs ? I looked at the fork service pdf files on the Tech Fork website but they only give the air gap for the alloy fork legs.
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    2019 RR Vs One

    Bluey you are removing the black splash guard from the top of the opening before you change the filter ? You should just be able to slide the old filter out and the new in with no hassle at all.
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    2017 Vs 2019

    You talk an absolute load if bollocks ? out of interest how many TRS’s have you owned and had trouble with or are you basing all your ***** on gossip ?
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    2017 Vs 2019

    Don't think the mudguards have changed same old bendy affairs
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    2017 Vs 2019

    Not on my bike it never, seen it happen on one bike and on other applications through my work, always the danger when using dissimilar materials same impeller used on many other makes of bikes.
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    2017 Vs 2019

    Ha ha that was not my or the bikes fault a mad dentist on a Beta was responsible for that ?
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    Reiger shock set up.

    I have been told 45/50mm front and 85mm rear riders sag.
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    2017 Vs 2019

    I'm just a wobbly class rider as well but I can't resist a bit of bling ?
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    2017 Vs 2019

    I had a 2017 250 RR and now have the 250 Gold, the Gold is definitely sharper I've had to fit a slow action throttle, the 17 RR had the water pump seal seal go after about 9 mths buts it's a 30 min job to fit a new one. The Gold kicks over better with the new starter gearing, I find the Gold is harder to find neutral than the RR but both gearbox's work fine as do the clutch's but you need to use the correct thin oil. Hope this helps, if you get one you won't be disappointed in my opinion best bike on the market, easy to ride and very easy to maintain with superb build quality.
  19. Some people love the bling of the top end special bikes ?
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    2019 RR Vs One

    I'm an easy clubman rider and have had a 2017 250 RR and now have a 250 Gold, the only thing I have done to calm the bike is fit a slow throttle. If you can afford one get the RR model the extra cash is worth it for the rear shock and carb alone. The bikes are well made and very well designed and very easy to work on, the only trouble I have had is a water pump seal went on the 2017 RR but this is a 30 min fix which I did myself, the later models have had a water pump upgrade so I reckon they will be well sorted now, also got a lump of **** in my pilot jet which caused me to retire from a trail as I could not shift it at the trial, I have since fitted a fuel filter so no issue's any more. I have loads of mates with TRS's and not one has had a major problem and they ride easy to expert. In the very early days there was a petrol tank issue but that has well and truly been put to bed. Just remembered the clutches are great but don't use fancy oil, light gear oil is all you need I use ELF HTX740 now and change it every 3 or 4 rides.
  21. ???? photo would be good here ????
  22. TRS recommend only 50cc to 5lts and definitely no more than 60cc 2017 TRS One RR Keihin PWK28 carburetor (all engine sizes) Gasoline - Minimum octane USA – 95 (Ethanol content must be 0%) we recommend race gas, no ethanol Premix ratio – 100:1 (absolutely no richer than 80:1) Float height – 19mm Main jet – 125 Needle – JJH (3rd clip position) Slide size – 3.5 Pilot (slow) jet – 45 Choke (starter) jet – 62 Air screw standard position (factory setting) – 1.5 turns out
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    2019 RR Vs One

    My 2017 RR was bad for water and muck in the airbox but I found it was not sealed correctly from the factory there was a hole for the crap to get through at the rear mudguard. I removed the airbox split it and resealed it and it never an issue after that always had a had a very clean and dry box after a trial and washing ?
  24. I'll stick to Light Gear Oil, readily available and cheap as chips ?TRS recommend NILS for my bike but it's only available mail order.
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