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    Beamish Suzuki RL250

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  1. shakennstirred

    ty175 mix

    50:1 on a modern oils is a great place to start I wouldnt go below that its just to much for a modern oil
  2. Round 10 of the Peak Classic trials championship takes place this Sunday 20th October, at Dudwood farm, Elton, Derbyshire DE4 2LS. The variety of sections available will I’m sure provide the usual great trial, Including river sections and some rocks to tackle. Many thanks to Barry for the use of his venue. Trial starts at 11am, entries close 5 minutes before. See you Sunday Andy & the team.
  3. In my local club you cant use twin leading shoe brakes on twinshocks
  4. Yes that's one of Petes bikes. He has spoken to the police
  5. I always lock my bike to the trailer and have a bolt through the hole in the towing arm so you can't get the trailer off the car. A friend years ago didn't and while he went in to his house to open the gates his bike was nicked off the trailer. He was gone about 30s and someone had it.
  6. Stolen, stolen, Stolen From Chesterfield Saturday night 03.08.2019 2 TY250 Yamaha Trials Bikes, both unique. Please keep your eyes and ears open and share this post. Let’s make them impossible to sell or break up ! Reward offered for any information !
  7. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F271155266283
  8. Try the owners club, they have a good total setup for sale.
  9. I would and did with my 38 year old Beamish Suzuki. I went for hytech reeds in mine and at just £14 it was a no brainer. In fact they are for a ty250 as no one makes them for the Beamish and as the Beamish Reed block is almost a direct copy of the TY Reed block they are bolt straight in.
  10. How old were the stock reeds. If there old as in from back in the day. Then it's wise to get rid of them anyway. If they fail because of age they will take the piston n barrel with them. At least if the fibre reeds fail they will do no damage.
  11. If you go the classic route, look up peak classic trial club. Good club and they have some great venues to ride and lots of classes to suit every level.
  12. Sorted and bikes running again
  13. In need of a new Coil. the old one as broke were the HT lead goes in and being a captive lead its new coil time. I have found these more modern type where I can replace the HT lead if needed, but not sure on where the wires go on them? anyone know cheers
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