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08-14-2019 02:48 PM
TorchTarga94
04-26-2011 01:34 PM
jpw59165
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Originally Posted by rappy'97 View Post
I am kind of nervous to be getting a 2-stroke. I know nothing about them.
There is not a whole lot to be afraid of. Maintenance is cheaper, aftermarket parts are cheaper. A 2 stroke carburetor has an air screw instead of a fuel screw, works exact opposite of a 4 stroke carb. Main difference is you add 2 stroke oil to the gas. Of course they sound different, lil' smoke from the exhaust, and have more top end than bottom end. My plan is to keep my 88 LT250R and get a LTZ400 later and keep both.
04-26-2011 01:24 PM
jpw59165 Save the money and get a 700. 660s were carbureted, 700s are fuel injected.
04-26-2011 12:50 PM
rappy'97 I am not getting a 2-stroke. I want a 660R or 700R. Thanks for the info!
04-26-2011 10:13 AM
jpw59165
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Originally Posted by jsanders347 View Post
If you were to find a blaster for $500 or so and install a 240 kit for $700 or so and a larger carb (not sure on the price $150?) You would have a strong runnin blaster. Might hang with some of the 250r's. Just my .02
If you have to get a Blaster and put a 240 kit on it to hang with 250Rs, you might as well just get a 250R, this way you will have a liquid cooled quad. If you buy a 250R you can always get a 300 kit for it as well and once again say bye bye to a 240 Blaster.

Test on stock 2 stroke quads showed the Tecate4 was the fastest, but handled the worst, they are pretty rare and hard to come by due to limited production. The TRX250R was the best all around performer, very expensive these days too. The LT250R is just as fast as the TRX250R, handled better than the Tecate4 but not quite as good as the TRX250R, they are easier to find and cheaper to buy because they were produced longer. The best years LT250Rs to get are 88-92. If you have to settle for a 87 keep in mind parts are more difficult to get. The 85-86 models had a less powerful engine and weighed more.

I have learned to buy what you want, versus what is available. In time you will want a bigger faster quad, like a Banshee or Raptor 700.
04-21-2011 03:21 PM
jpw59165 If you are going to trail ride get a Blaster (03 or earlier), if you are going to MX get a TRX250R (88 or earlier). If you are going to do a little of both get a LT250R (88 or earlier).
04-10-2011 08:02 PM
rappy'97 I have been lurking around there. I think I am going to look at one tommarow. Rebuilt last year, everything PC'd, looks new.
04-10-2011 05:20 PM
Hawaiianbasshead the trx does NOT put out more power than the 87+ LT250, stock for stock the LT has more power. the TRX has alot better geometry for suspension ect and IS overall a better bike. the aftermarket for the trx is crazy.

check out the 2 stroke forum everything2stroke.com

the trx can be built ALOT faster but stock it is not. wish I never sold my 88 trx, my buddy is building it into a beast, he has big body PEP shocks on it now amongst other mods... makes me sick lol
01-21-2011 04:44 PM
Banshee2Raptor
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I am going to start a new thread with a poll. Thank you guys for all the comments.
Good idea...
01-21-2011 04:36 PM
rappy'97 I am going to start a new thread with a poll. Thank you guys for all the comments.
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