Power Now on your 2 stroke 250?

Mainjet

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Jul 20, 2002
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I have used the Power Now on the YZ 250 f, which I really liked and wouldn't have one with out it. I also have an '03 YZ 250, Has anybody tried one on their 250 2 stroke......?
 

turboandy

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Jan 3, 2003
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Make your own for about a dollar. Just takes about an hour or so.Do a search on power now. There have been posts explaining how to do it. I made one for my sons 02 rm125 and my 01 kx250. Not worth a hundred bucks but for a dollar and an hour of work it was a DEAL !
 

mos11b

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Feb 8, 2004
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Build a Power now

turboandy said:
Make your own for about a dollar. Just takes about an hour or so.Do a search on power now. There have been posts explaining how to do it. I made one for my sons 02 rm125 and my 01 kx250. Not worth a hundred bucks but for a dollar and an hour of work it was a DEAL !

I did a search on Power now and found nothing on buildining one...

Can you re-post here how you built yours!???


Thanks Mike! :eek:
 

turboandy

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Itook a hack saw blade to cut into the venturi. all you need is a grove about .020" or so.Be very careful not to cut to the slide cutaway or you ruin your carb. I got a piece of .060" stainless and cut to fit .020" from the slide. I peened the outside of the venturi to keep the plate in place.
 

Crash 142

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May 30, 2002
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I tried one on my 03 CR250. It helped bottom end, but it really hurt top end - I had to jet it way, way leaner on the main - about five sizes down! In my opinion, it was not worth the trade off, and I took it out. I played a lot with jetting and couldn't get the bike to run as well on top with the Power Now in there.
 

mos11b

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Crash 142 said:
I tried one on my 03 CR250. It helped bottom end, but it really hurt top end - I had to jet it way, way leaner on the main - about five sizes down! In my opinion, it was not worth the trade off, and I took it out. I played a lot with jetting and couldn't get the bike to run as well on top with the Power Now in there.

This is what I have been hearing... is their any other options to improve low end? That don't cost big $$$

:eek:
 

Crash 142

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May 30, 2002
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The best cost-effective mod for low end (on my CR250) was to gear it down. I went back to stock gearing, however, after trying this (a 49 rear). I didn't like the trade off of more bottom end at the expense of a shorter run in each gear. I preferred to clutch it in the corners, and leave the Honda to play to its strength - higher RPM running.

Maybe an FMF gnarly pipe would help? I was using an SST (another top end enhancing mod)
 

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