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  1. Just wondering what sort of price a new 09 sy250 and 250 4banger will be. Fancy a new machine for christmas.
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    Ignition Timing

    Cheers Guys. Will get it done as soon as possible.
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    Ignition Timing

    Hi guys, just wondering how exactly the ignition timing is changed on my 06 sy250. Took the ignition cover off and all I see is flywheel. I take it I need to remove the flywheel to get to the relevant parts. Then what do I change and in what direction. I done a few searches online and I can't get a definate description of the process or any pics to help me. Cheers lads.
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    Oil Problem

    Still got the gasser and its still a pile of **** IMO. I will get the water pump cover etc off and have a wee look.
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    Oil Problem

    2006 sy 250
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    Oil Problem

    OK guys only had the bike a few weeks now if that. Done about 5 hours on the bike and tjought it was time to get the oil changed. So out the back I went and warmed up the engine. To my shock and horror when the oil started to come out it was a yellow/green colour. I also got a quantity of say around 1.5 litres . So how does this happen, is it the Water pump seal etc. If so anyone know where to get it and how much. Thanks in advance guys, Cheers Kevin!!!!
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    Scorpa

    The power isn't the problem, it just feels likes its made from chewing gum compared to the scorpa. I do prefer the feel of the gasgas but I can quickly change the scorpa to suit. A little play with timing and I will take a little off the flywheel at work bit by bit until I get the response I want.
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    Scorpa

    Well only 10 days into my trials career and the gasgas 280 pro I bought a few weeks ago let me down for the last time (3 times in 3 rides). So I looked at every ad known to man and found a mint condition 2006 sy 250 fully registered and even taxed. I have had 1 brief shot and although it doesn't feel as snappy as my gasgas it certainly feels made like a Jap bike in every department. The suspension fit/finish and the Uber smooth power well seems different class to my crappy 280. Now to get the 280 fixed up and move it on.
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    Broken Shock

    If its rebuildable then no problem it will get done a.s.a.p.
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    Broken Shock

    OK guys my new purchase 03 280 has a broken shock. Only moving about 1/4 of the stroke . Are these rebuildable and are replacements expensive. This is my first second hand bike in years and I am all ready regretting it, had to pull the flywheel off yesterday to clean the insides out(full of crud) due to a weak spark. Would an older txt 1998 model shock fit? Cheers for any help huys.
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    My New (old 03) 280 Pro

    Cheers Peter. Will take it out on it's maiden voyage tomorrow.
  12. Well I have finally dived into the world of Trials with an 03 280 Pro. I have bought it of Ebay for a fair price in my eyes. I know these can be a bit of an animal but I crave power (19 years of mx). It's registered as a 52 plate ut has no MOT or tax. Whats involved with getting these machines road legal and where do I get insurance from. Roll on the weekend for its debut. Now a few other questions, what gear oil, premix and ratio do I use. I currently use Rock oil for me 2 strokes and Silkoiline 10-40w semi for the gearboxes on both my 125 and 450f. Any other tips would be much appreciated guys. Cheers Kev Hope this pic works
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    Older Vs Newer

    Hi guys looking for a bit of advice. I am looking just now at both a 2001 and a 2005 SY 250's and was just wondering how much difference is there performance wise between these. This will be my first trials m/c. I am not a novice in terms of riding a motorcycle (19 years of mx) and have done some mountain bike trials over the past 6 or 7 winters. Just wondering would I feel the difference and is there any mechanical reason ie better suspension that I should get the newer machine. Cheers Guys
  14. Cheers. I think the Scorpa will be the bike for me to get. Need something bulletproof to learn on. A moto numpty trying his hand at finese. Can't wait, now need to find a bike.
  15. I go through a set of rear brake pads in a couple of weeks at the minute and 1 weekend if the weather is wet(wrecked a set this moring in 3 x 15 min motos practicing). As for filters 3 a day and oil change every hour (filter every 2)so I reckon this is going to be a very cheap sport to compete at except for the initial outlay. Now the GAS GAS bikes are mean looking how ever I have been warned about there reliability. So looking at Scorpa for bombproof engines, what about Beta and Sherco. Any major problems to watch out for when buying. I am looking for a 2005 and newer bike. So any buyers tips would be appreciated. Cheers Kdub
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