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Old 21-04-2019
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Originally Posted by Bathy View Post
Careful with them green bikes Benny,
as Kermit would say/sing, "It's not easy being Green"

There is a bloke in the states, Bill Blue,
at B & B Cycle Restoration that does a 351cc kit for the klx250/300.


always wanted to do 1 myself, as i had a KLX300 Enduro model in NZ,
and it was a great bike and with an extra 50cc would be even greater, Right?
but part of me knows that the rose coloured glasses are probably affecting my judgement.

Pretty sure I will just stick with it as a 250cc after today. Been on an XR150 the past year but once I started riding offroad every weekend it was game over. Not many bikes here (including dirtbikes) over 150cc so mine is the envy of the city as stock haha. Add to that the 50km speed limit pretty much everywhere... Everyone keeps telling me to slow down

On that note, as an upgrade I was very impressed with its handling offroad. Fell instantly into my groove.

I'll try get a vid up for you guys some time
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