flywheel weight

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I just bought a 99 CR250R and would like to set it up for trail riding. I have been looking at aftermarket pipes, is the FMF Gnarly pipe the one to buy to get the most low end power? Also, does anyone know where I can get a bolt-on flywheel weight?
 

darringer

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Steahly sells a bolt on weight. The link is www.steahlyoffroad.com. I have the 12oz. on my 99 CR250 and it works very well. It smoothes out the hit a little and makes it almost stall-proof. I have the Fatty and think it works very well. Never tried the gnarly. I trail ride and hillclimb and feel there is not much overrev with this bike, so I didn't want to try the gnarly.
 

dirt bike dave

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The stock '99 pipe is excellent for trail work.   There is no need to change the pipe on the '99, IMO.  Spend your money on suspension or a steering damper instead. 

I bought my '99 from an AA enduro racer/A cross country rider, and he told me the stock pipe worked best.  My bike is like a magazine project bike as far as aftermarket parts, but it has a stock pipe.  I love my bike offroad, epsecially the Factory Connection suspension.   

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