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Offline Steph 500

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Ohlins 360cc kit
« on: June 27, 2009, 03:28:00 AM »
I have a Ohlins 360cc  kit for sale, I am sure it's for a 1989 to 1992 WR 250 and YZ 250. However he will probably fit on 1993 to 1995? someone could confirm to me?

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Re: Ohlins 360cc kit
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2009, 04:47:52 AM »
No point letting everyone know aobut it if your not putting a price on it and telling us how the transction will go down.


Some new guy on the forum trying to sell something worth a few hundred dollars is not very suspicious. A few good pictures would boost the believability.



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Re: Ohlins 360cc kit
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2009, 06:38:27 AM »
  Increase in vibration and low end power. Adds little or nothing to the top end as far as I can remember from the tests.

  Loses the powervalve as well ?

  Keep the bike standard and put some Ohlins and 360 decals on it !!!!


  Dave R

Offline Steph 500

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Re: Ohlins 360cc kit
« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2009, 10:19:12 PM »
I have the cylinder + cylinder head + valve system (all in very good condition)
The piston kit NOS are available in USA (with ring, gasket, pin) and the connecting rod is a 1986-1990 YZ 490.

I want 400 euros + 55 euros for shipping from France with insurance and tracking number.
For the payment the best way for buyer and seller is COD (collect in delivery) the buyer pays to his local Post office when the parcel arrives.

If someone could explain to me what is the way to put pics, it would be great.

Ask for pics and more details by email.




No point letting everyone know aobut it if your not putting a price on it and telling us how the transction will go down.


Some new guy on the forum trying to sell something worth a few hundred dollars is not very suspicious. A few good pictures would boost the believability.



Bob.

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Re: Ohlins 360cc kit
« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2009, 12:06:20 AM »
So thats about 800 australian and then youve still got to buy a piston kit (about US$200 posted) and a rod kit (another US$200) so all up by the time you get the crank done thats about $1500 australian.

That would buy a pretty sweet 89-92 YZ250 or YZ250WR or WR250 one that wouldnt need a rebuild.



Bob.
DT200R- Im for sale
DT175 '90
RG250WD
Builds in progress.
TIT175
YZ200WR 
RZ250K- Im gunna be special.
VictIT- A very sad Victa 8-34E (8HP 34") Ride on that im going to set right. IT175 motored racing mower, i mean how can you call it a Victa if its not a 2T.

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Re: Ohlins 360cc kit
« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2009, 01:56:52 PM »
But it is a sh_t load of extra cubes!
It actually works out to be a fairly cheap way of getting some more cubes into the girls! :-*
Good luck with the sale bloke, your prices seem reasonable enough...
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