any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

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any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby richy34 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 4:31 pm

idk what it is but the frontwheel feels so light or something.,,

any 1 has some tips on setup to make the 250 handle a bit easyer and get more consistent?
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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 7:26 pm

Start with -2+2 gearing, then when your ready to go faster switch to -1+1

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby Wahlamt » Sat Mar 07, 2015 8:03 pm

MXAcid wrote:Start with -2+2 gearing, then when your ready to go faster switch to -1+1

What? That gives more accelration? +1 -1 would be better, longer gears. That's imo.

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 8:28 pm

Wahlamt wrote:
MXAcid wrote:Start with -2+2 gearing, then when your ready to go faster switch to -1+1

What? That gives more accelration? +1 -1 would be better, longer gears. That's imo.


he needs the bottom end to pull out of corners if he is a slower rider, Try the gearing set up and you will see

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby bob117 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 8:41 pm

MXAcid wrote:
Wahlamt wrote:
MXAcid wrote:Start with -2+2 gearing, then when your ready to go faster switch to -1+1

What? That gives more accelration? +1 -1 would be better, longer gears. That's imo.


he needs the bottom end to pull out of corners if he is a slower rider, Try the gearing set up and you will see

where did you see that hes a slower rider? he said the front end feels light. big difference. and having it pull harder would just make the front even lighter.

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 8:52 pm

It does not make the front lighter, its gives you more throttle control, which would be useful for some one having trouble on a bike right bob?

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby bob117 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 9:03 pm

MXAcid wrote:It does not make the front lighter, its gives you more throttle control, which would be useful for some one having trouble on a bike right bob?

how does having it geared to pull harder give you more throttle control? if anything, mellowing it out would have the result. so no, not right, acid..

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 9:40 pm

bob117 wrote:
MXAcid wrote:It does not make the front lighter, its gives you more throttle control, which would be useful for some one having trouble on a bike right bob?

how does having it geared to pull harder give you more throttle control? if anything, mellowing it out would have the result. so no, not right, acid..



I respect your opinion but i still disagree, now richy has some options he can try out in game. It would be cool if he try both and post back with what he liked better

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby bob117 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 9:46 pm

MXAcid wrote:
bob117 wrote:
MXAcid wrote:It does not make the front lighter, its gives you more throttle control, which would be useful for some one having trouble on a bike right bob?

how does having it geared to pull harder give you more throttle control? if anything, mellowing it out would have the result. so no, not right, acid..



I respect your opinion but i still disagree, now richy has some options he can try out in game. It would be cool if he try both and post back with what he liked better

he doesnt have any options to try as far as solving his problem. since your giving him advice on what he should do if hes slow and cant get out of a corner, or how to gear the bike wrong if you want more throttle control. when hes actually looking for advice on having a more stable front end.

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 9:58 pm

Relax bud, he does have 2 things to try and Hopefully he will post back with his results

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby bob117 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:06 pm

MXAcid wrote:Relax bud, he does have 2 things to try and Hopefully he will post back with his results


lol. your not very smart huh? your giving him advice on things to do that are competently unrelated to his problem. how is that so hard to understand? i dont get how you can turn him asking for handling advice for 2 storkes specifically, into calling him slow and giving him tips on how to get outta a corner faster.

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:11 pm

bob117 wrote:
MXAcid wrote:Relax bud, he does have 2 things to try and Hopefully he will post back with his results


lol. your not very smart huh? your giving him advice on things to do that are competently unrelated to his problem. how is that so hard to understand? i dont get how you can turn him asking for handling advice for 2 storkes specifically, into calling him slow and giving him tips on how to get outta a corner faster.



Look bob, your 100% wrong and its obvious your here not to help him but to just argue so ill just say you win so you can sleep tonight lol

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby bob117 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:14 pm

MXAcid wrote:
bob117 wrote:
MXAcid wrote:Relax bud, he does have 2 things to try and Hopefully he will post back with his results


lol. your not very smart huh? your giving him advice on things to do that are competently unrelated to his problem. how is that so hard to understand? i dont get how you can turn him asking for handling advice for 2 storkes specifically, into calling him slow and giving him tips on how to get outta a corner faster.



Look bob, your 100% wrong and its obvious your here not to help him but to just argue so ill just say you win so you can sleep tonight lol

lol. ok. since im 100% wrong, next time i clearly have something wrong with my suspension setup, ill make sure to just change the gearing.. since thats apparently the fix all. ahaha. i bet that was RV2 problem at qatar too. just had the wrong gearing, so his bike handled like shit. lol

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby MXAcid » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:45 pm

Take a seat bob your getting way too worked up over you being wrong.

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Re: any tips on getting the 250 2 stroke to handle better?

Postby bob117 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 10:51 pm

um ok. lol.. is that how you try and prove your points? just telling the other guy hes wrong, and mad? lol

go gear your bike as low as possible, and spin your tire some more thinking its just more throttle control. ahaha.


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