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New to TRS, what mods / tips for a 2020 RR 250

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Since yesterday i am a proud owner of a new 2020 TRS RR 250 (coming from a 2017 Montesa 300RR).

Which mods do you advice or tips do you have for this bike?

Thnx in advance

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About the only things I'd recommend is to put a tube on the carb overflow (under the float bowl) and if you can be bothered, grease the electrical connections. 

I've got a 9t front sprocket which is quite common. Started with a slow throttle but have gone back to standard (but use the wet map mostly).

Seems like apart from CDIs, these bikes don't really need anything. 

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52 minutes ago, midlife said:

Put oil in petrol :D

Haha, that i will not forget.

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Does anyone know who sells / which brands sell bar risers for a 2020 TRS 250RR?

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On 9/23/2020 at 3:34 AM, Cooter78 said:

Does anyone know who sells / which brands sell bar risers for a 2020 TRS 250RR?

:popcorn:

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3 hours ago, lineaway said:

Did you have risers on tne Montesa?

No, but want to try them. But i can not find them on the internet, someone recommended them on this forum. That is why i am asking for more information who sells them / which brands make them.

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2 hours ago, lineaway said:

 Bend your knees instead.

That is not what i am asking for.

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If you are going to ride trials - don't bother. I am 6-5 with 38 inch inseam and stock is best.

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8 hours ago, baldilocks said:

Jitsie do higher fatbars than standard?

Yes they do. I have the 6 inch version on my 125RR. Not as sexy as Renthal but functional.

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