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    Want to beef up the low end on a 2001 CR125

    Last fall we talked to Eric Gorr about how to improve the low end response in thekids 2001CR125 cheaply. He suggested putting the exhaust manifold from a 2002 CR125 on. Well we finally got around to it yesterday and the results were great . Thekid was testing it in the backyard and his first reation was look out holeshots.
    Totally cost after purchase and shipping from Service Honda $35 and about 30 minutes.






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    hey old guy...is he going to be racing @ gravity again? What classes, I seem to be thinking it is 125jr but have a foggy memory. what about C?




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    He will be in 125 Jr maybe a couple C's as well. Definately will be at Gravity it is his favorite track.




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    Hey Old Guy,
    That sounds like a mod I could do to my son's 01 CR125. Would you have part numbers handy, so I could order it? Plus any tips on any problems you encountered when you installed it, would be appreciated. Thanks




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    Exhaust flange (joint,EX. PIPE) 18352-KZ4-L20
    Rubber exhaust ring (GASKET, EX. Joint) 18291-KZ4-700
    Metal seal (SEAL, EX. JOINT) 91304-KZ4-L11
    You could probably get by without the rubber o-ring and the metal seal but it isn't a bad idea for about $7 to get em.
    The flange is a bolt on (3 bolts) 5 minute fix. Pull the 2 springs off, remove the pipe from the cylinder, unbolt the old flange and then bolt on the new one. The flange is about 1/4 inch longer so once you replace the pipe and springs you will have to loosen the bolts where the pipe braces go to the frame- 2 spots (1 by the expanaion chamber and one right in front of the pipe/silencer joint.
    Total parts and shipping from service honda (DRN sponsor :thumb: ) $37.87




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    i wonder if there is a mod lke that for the 01 cr 250?




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    Thanks Old Guy! That is just the info I needed. Appreciate the help!




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    i just ordered the flange. i hope it's as good as you say it is.
    whats the difference? shape?size? or what?




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    1/4 inch longer and has an obstructed lower quadrant




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    can comeone draw out what needs to be done to make one for my bike i have a lathe that i cna use and a milling machine so draw it out someone u say it has an obstructed lower quadrants wats thatdraw it please




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