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    NSR 250 Riders!!!!, 2 stroke, and new riders!!

    Hi guys and girls!

    im new here, and to the biking scene... i decided to go with the 2-stroke bike cus shes a sexy bike and easy to work on, also because shes fukn fast!

    She got the named Eleanor (from gone in 60 seconds, fast but unreliable , basically because she broke down 1 1/2 hours of riding when i first got the bike!!! lol but all good now

    id like to know a few things id like to know...

    -0-100 times??? i seem to make it v fast up to 100 km/h!!!

    -who else is riding them??!!! iv seen one out on the roads represent!

    -and also some more general info... like wether to sit in 6th gear on the m-wae?? jus from wht iv been told you need to keep the revs up!

    -also reserve tanks... mine dosent seem to work?? switch round wrong way??

    let me know if your riding one beacuse im having a blast and would love to come out on a ride with other riders !and catch up n learn more about my bike.

    thanks everyone!!! n take care Riders!!

    jc ,

    ...ALSO ID LIKE TO ORGANISE - a shore 250 ride.. let me know if your keen
    "Lock stock and two smoking barrels"

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    *whistles through teeth*

    Damn, that's a lot of exclaimation marks.
    I told him,
    "Son, what is it with you? Is it ignorance or apathy?"

    He said,
    "Coach, I don't know and I don't care."


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    hello there well am one of the loucky guys that does own an NSR250 must say that its an awesome bike to ride & lots of fun .. well one day we should meet up for a ride or you should come along to one of those club 250 ride you would have a ball of a timeClick image for larger version. 

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    My reserve doesnt work for shit. 0-100 in about 3.5 seconds. 6th gear is fine on the motorway.

    But dont use it on the motorway ^_^ it's a waste. As long as you dont labour the engine, low revs are ok. It just tends to oil the engine up if you go too long without a decent blast.

    Use a good synthetic oil, and let it warm up properly before wringing it.

    Do you know a Chris Fry?

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    churz nsr rideraz :)

    thenks man great help im going to be organising a ride for the north shore riders and Auks if youd be keen... thatd be cool for you to come along!!

    Cheers let me know if your keen to come along so i can organise numbers...

    chur chur

    jc & Eleanor.
    "Lock stock and two smoking barrels"

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    Im not exactly on an NSR, but Ill be keen to come south for the ride.

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    my fucking reserve doesnt work ,,why cant i piss petrol?? 91 unleaded preferably!!!
    I lost my licence and i havent riddin all month!!!- YEAH RIGHT

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    You use 91? 96 would be preferable.

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    youd think so,but think about the fact that our bikes were made pre 96 when 91 was the best petrol,so our bikes are made to maximise the benefits of 91 not 96 theres no extra gain out of 96 except maybe run the engine a bit cleaner but other than that you just risk burning rubber bits in the engine,,orings gaskets n shit
    I lost my licence and i havent riddin all month!!!- YEAH RIGHT

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    Why do you want unleaded in a two smoker? Think of your seals.
    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark
    This world has lost it's drive, everybody just wants to fit in the be the norm as it were.
    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Vincent
    The manufacturers go to a lot of trouble to find out what the average rider prefers, because the maker who guesses closest to the average preference gets the largest sales. But the average rider is mainly interested in silly (as opposed to useful) “goodies” to try to kid the public that he is riding a racer

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    every month run a tank of the 96 or 98
    I lost my licence and i havent riddin all month!!!- YEAH RIGHT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ixion View Post
    Why do you want unleaded in a two smoker? Think of your seals.
    I don't geddit
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    oh those poor darlings,do you think they are of age?? using protection?? are of differant sexes??
    I lost my licence and i havent riddin all month!!!- YEAH RIGHT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ixion View Post
    Why do you want unleaded in a two smoker? Think of your seals.
    what sould my nsr be pissing then?? 91 or 96??

    cheers
    "Lock stock and two smoking barrels"

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    Two strokes have low effective compression ratios . So usually (always a usually, YYMV) high octane is a waste of money.

    But what matters is the lead. There is a body of opinion that considers (but has not got enough evidence to unequivocally prove) that unleaded petrol does nasty things to two smoker crank seals. Not real nasty as in crap out immediately. But "halve the expected life of the component" nasty.

    The jury is out as to whether this is due to the absence of the tetra ethyl lead (similar to four stroke valve seats); or to the presence of other gunk added by petrol companies to compensate (in terms of octane building) for the removal of the lead.
    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark
    This world has lost it's drive, everybody just wants to fit in the be the norm as it were.
    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Vincent
    The manufacturers go to a lot of trouble to find out what the average rider prefers, because the maker who guesses closest to the average preference gets the largest sales. But the average rider is mainly interested in silly (as opposed to useful) “goodies” to try to kid the public that he is riding a racer

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