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Old 31-05-2017
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144 Kit for 2013 Husky CR125?

Hey everyone, any ideas as to where i could buy a 144 kit for my 2013 Husky CR125 from? Or does anyone know of anyone with a new kit laying around?

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There is a new 165 kit on Scumtree.
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http://twostrokeperformance.com.au/brand/husky-crwr125/
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You 've been trying to sell the bike for a while mate - no luck?
How many hours on the piston ?
If I were you id just tweak the 125 - put a new piston in it . Makes a difference .
Get the head setup correctly . Get jetting sorted.
They run well as 125s and have a nice top end
which you lose a bit with the 144 . Also the 125 feels livelier.

You should be able to get a near new 144 kit for 5 to 600 from Café husky but may need to keep an eye out in threads - may not be advertised
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Hey everyone, any ideas as to where i could buy a 144 kit for my 2013 Husky CR125 from? Or does anyone know of anyone with a new kit laying around?

~Elias
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Cut out the middle man and save.

http://www.eric-gorr.com/index.php/s.../big-bore-125s
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Dave doesn't use Eric Gorr anymore.
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Dave doesn't use Eric Gorr anymore.
I would still use Gorr, half the price.

I think TSP are charging $250 to cut a head, seems pretty steep to me.
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