CRF Mods and Improvements

Rudeboy

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Thanks Bob, yeah i had read some reports on YSS shocks going quite easily however I was told I can get a YSS shock with a 120kg spring, although edging more towards the Ohlins but its pricey.
Wasn't aware of the Ohlins twin fork spring upgrade, I've seen the ones for sale with 2 springs but thought they were just different weight springs and you chose the most suitable?

Where did you get your 300 kit done?

Also any recommendations on tyres and where to get them? parts / tyre choices are quite slim in my neck of the woods.

Cheers again.
 

bsacbob

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I got my upgrade done locally in Chiang Rai, as for tyres for dirt use I only use Quick tyres made in Thailand and very cheap, hold up well on and off road.
 

Snakeboy

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Dunlop has some quite good tyres for the Crf, imo then.
Dunlop 606 for mostly offroading
Dunlop 605 for 50/50 use
Dunlop 604 for mainly onroad use

Not too expensive
 

Rudeboy

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Thanks guys, will look into the Quick tyres as may be able to get them locally as there a few motocross folks about that I can ask,

As for D606 I haven't seen them listed anywhere for sale and didn't think they were available in Thailand?
 

Snakeboy

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Speed/Burning Shop - the Crf «specialists» in Chiang Mai usually have the Dunlops.
 

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