2 Stroke Husqvarna Motorcycles Made In Italy - About 1989 to 2014
Discussion in '2 Stroke' started by Coffee, Dec 28, 2008.
Anyone have a 2 stroke bike?
I LOVE the white / blue.
I'll post pix later.
So you guys could see it?
I tried to post a picture but I couldn't see it. I'll try again...
My 2008 CR 125
My 2006 CR 144
That sucked there has to be an easier way to get a URL? My fault on the deleted post.
was the 144 worth it? Where did it put more power?
Is the 08 the new motor with the modified transfer ports? if so does it run a lot harder (as I'm told)
You are exactly correct.
My 2006 144 from Eric Gorr was amazing. The stock 2006 was lacking in the bottom to mid. I am 6' 200+lbs. with gear. I added a FMF Fatty pipe and silencer. Power Now in the carb, porting, polishing, etc. And had a difficult time with jetting. But as far as mods go it was a must.
My 08 CR 125 has no engine mods and runs like my 144. I have Power Now in the carb and FMF exhaust but thats it. So I guess thats the difference in the new cylinder?? I'd hate to see what it would run like with a kit in it....
I saw them the first time, but they were small. I'm going to ride mine stock for awhile except for jetting and Power Now. I still think I may end up with a 144 kit at some point.
Norm, sounds like the 09 will rule.
blue and white...looks pretty impressive...I would have never guessed....maybe when I bin one of my bikes and need plastic.....I'll try that
Question....Hey blue are you running...washougals...or carlsbads.......kendas that is??? ........if so..what are they like?
Troy F Collins
I run Millville's since I live in Illinois. Great Soft to Intermediate. I have ran the Southwick in U.P. Michigan sand which worked great. I have never ran the Washougal but I plan too this year b/c I'm riding the National Enduro Series. And as far as the Carlsbad goes, I tried it one time during the summer at a hard pack course and it was junk!!
I see you still have the stock drivetrain. I strongly recommend Dirt Tricks Ironman rear sprocket and Regina O-ring chain.
I'm darn well hoping so, by jingees!
My 08 wr250
Is that a metal automotive license plate on your chest protector?
Here's my 88 WRK 125. Had it for over 20 years now. Still a fun bike if the hills aren't too big. Had to replace the ignition about 5 years ago. Put a piston, chain, sprockets on it once. It sat in a barn for 10 years unused. I probably ride it about 60 miles a year. Maybe enough to burn a tank of gas. I think I got my money's worth out of it. I'll have some other posts for the other 2 strokes.
Yes it is. You need a plate to ride off road in Alberta. I am just to lazy to remove it when I am racing.
This is my 2000 WR360 with 04 plastic.
My 06 WR125
in the snow
Fresh outta tha crate. Twas such a great day.
I've got 08 shroud graphics on the way to get that CH Racing look.