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A place to relive, revive, and ride that "old iron".

Post Fri Apr 07, 2017 2:44 pm
jsc
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http://www.mastercross.net/index.html

this place over in Italy has a lot of NOS parts, especially for Honda's & Yamaha's. if you have trouble reading Italian, just click on the Union Jack (the British Flag) and it will be in English. prices are cheap enough, but shipping will kind of suck I am sure. they didn't have what I needed but I thought I would pass along.
oh everything is in euro's as of right now for every euro is worth 0.94465.
hope it helps some of you guys out.

Post Fri Apr 07, 2017 3:09 pm

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jsc wrote:
http://www.mastercross.net/index.html

this place over in Italy has a lot of NOS parts, especially for Honda's & Yamaha's. if you have trouble reading Italian, just click on the Union Jack (the British Flag) and it will be in English. prices are cheap enough, but shipping will kind of suck I am sure. they didn't have what I needed but I thought I would pass along.
oh everything is in euro's as of right now for every euro is worth 0.94465.
hope it helps some of you guys out.


Mastercross is like a crack house to a crack addict if you are into trick 80's and 90's ****. I've given them a fair amount of money over the years. Good people and their english is better than most Americans. lol

Post Thu May 04, 2017 2:00 pm

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http://www.leommicroweld.com/

T-Dub13 wrote:
Leominster Micro Welding. Best welder I've seen in my 30+ years in the industry.

Here is where he had to correct some porosity that I machined into. He had to chase a few, but most were simple gouge and fill operations. I will clean it up in the lathe next.


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Valves are STILL for toilets!

Post Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:41 am

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Valves are STILL for toilets!

Post Sun Nov 26, 2017 10:19 am

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Location: Amherst, NH
Where do you guys go to have cylinders bored?
Steve

MVTR

Post Sun Nov 26, 2017 12:00 pm
Harrys machine parts westboro ma. been building engines for decades,boring,valves,cranks,you name it. Quality work,not cheap but fair rates.

Post Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:33 am

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Ken O'Connor Racing in Ct. http://www.kenoconnorracing.com/

Post Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:17 pm

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I've used both Harrys and Ken and you can't go wrong with either. Both true cranks to under .001 and both properly chamfer ports after a bore.
Tom A.
SRCR President
Vintage Series Racer
1977 MX3, 1977 RM 175, 1980 CR250R, 1981 PE250, 1988 Cagiva WMX, 90 CRM250, 98 YZ250

Post Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:38 am

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Post only good " qualified" suppliers here please,

Post Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:05 am

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Where to get Dellorto Carb jets in the states preferably New England

Post Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:27 am

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Location: Amherst, NH
Was searching for a replacement seat cover for my ‘86 ATC 250R project & came across Hi Flite, didn’t realize they were still out there. Seemed to have a great selection of covers for “vintage” bikes (Cagiva, etc). The ‘83 CR 250 project has a Hi Flite cover on it (which is very worn) so planning to purchase a replacement cover for both it and the ATC.

http://hi-flite-usa.com

I’ll post up on the install and product “fit”
Steve

MVTR

Post Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:01 pm

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Location: East Kingston,NH
sjsst41 wrote:
Was searching for a replacement seat cover for my ‘86 ATC 250R project & came across Hi Flite, didn’t realize they were still out there. Seemed to have a great selection of covers for “vintage” bikes (Cagiva, etc). The ‘83 CR 250 project has a Hi Flite cover on it (which is very worn) so planning to purchase a replacement cover for both it and the ATC.

http://hi-flite-usa.com

I’ll post up on the install and product “fit”


Steve, I'm doing the same for my 350x, Just waiting for the cold to simmer down as I run it in the winter and don't want my seat cracking....Let me know how you make out and if you're willing to part with the 250r down the road....
'05 KTM 250exc
'82 Yamaha IT175j
'77 Honda XR75
Netra#23897 "I just want to save them all"

Post Mon Jan 01, 2018 7:30 pm

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NETRA3 wrote:
if you're willing to part with the 250r down the road....


He's got some sappy story about his uncle giving him a 3 wheeler then later Steve sold it to buy booze or something..

But his uncle doesn't want an ATC, he wants the Green Machine named after a Baja...

So the real question Steve, is if I produce a clapped out Tecate, will you trade for that ATC?

:shades:

Post Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:52 pm

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Location: East Kingston,NH
Booze huh?? ..lol...How about some tecate beer?
'05 KTM 250exc
'82 Yamaha IT175j
'77 Honda XR75
Netra#23897 "I just want to save them all"

Post Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:56 pm

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Location: Amherst, NH
lol something like that, but no booze was involved. This ATC is on the “keep” list (for myself), and then I’ll also add a tecate. The tecates seem to show up with some frequency on CL (all tend to require significant attention) but need to get the ‘83 CR and ‘88 YZ ready for next season before embarking on a KXT project.

JackPiner wrote:
NETRA3 wrote:
if you're willing to part with the 250r down the road....


He's got some sappy story about his uncle giving him a 3 wheeler then later Steve sold it to buy booze or something..

But his uncle doesn't want an ATC, he wants the Green Machine named after a Baja...

So the real question Steve, is if I produce a clapped out Tecate, will you trade for that ATC?

:shades:
Steve

MVTR

Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:47 am

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3-Wheerlers? I would consider the Missile 2-wheel conversion kit. Looks like fun in the soft stuff. :biggrin
http://www.atv.com/atc-250r-two-wheel-missile-kit-conversion
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Valves are STILL for toilets!

Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:43 pm

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Location: East Kingston,NH
Still available Todd.....Or so I've been told......
'05 KTM 250exc
'82 Yamaha IT175j
'77 Honda XR75
Netra#23897 "I just want to save them all"

Post Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:45 pm

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I'm looking for an OEM carburetor for a 1970 CT90.

Ebay is full of chinese ones, and I figure half the people here probably have a spare one in their back pocket.

In particular I need one that fits the stock airbox, which has something like a 30mm OD intake and all the aftermarket ones use a crappy chinese pit bike filter.

Post Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:52 am

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I'm in need of graphics for my 97 kdx, I am going to embrace the purple on the bike. Any idea on where to get the oem decals?

Post Fri Feb 23, 2018 12:53 pm

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Theducman wrote:
I'm in need of graphics for my 97 kdx, I am going to embrace the purple on the bike. Any idea on where to get the oem decals?


Try Evo-Mx as they can make custom graphics.

https://www.evo-mx.com/about/
Tom A.
SRCR President
Vintage Series Racer
1977 MX3, 1977 RM 175, 1980 CR250R, 1981 PE250, 1988 Cagiva WMX, 90 CRM250, 98 YZ250

Post Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:14 am

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Location: CT
Anyone have a pipe for a 1990-1991 KX125? condition doesn't matter as it will be cut up and mated with a KDX pipe for a hybrid. I would rather not cut up a nice one

Post Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:20 am

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KDXKevin wrote:
Anyone have a pipe for a 1990-1991 KX125? condition doesn't matter as it will be cut up and mated with a KDX pipe for a hybrid. I would rather not cut up a nice one


Got a part number? I have a random Kawasaki pipe that came with a yz465 and kdx80 that I traded for.
Tom A.
SRCR President
Vintage Series Racer
1977 MX3, 1977 RM 175, 1980 CR250R, 1981 PE250, 1988 Cagiva WMX, 90 CRM250, 98 YZ250

Post Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:35 am

Posts: 247
Location: CT
450exc115 wrote:
KDXKevin wrote:
Anyone have a pipe for a 1990-1991 KX125? condition doesn't matter as it will be cut up and mated with a KDX pipe for a hybrid. I would rather not cut up a nice one


Got a part number? I have a random Kawasaki pipe that came with a yz465 and kdx80 that I traded for.

18002/18090 on the figure is part # 18090-1069. The description states "comp-body-muffler" which might include the silencer which I have.
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Post Mon Feb 26, 2018 1:43 pm

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XRs_Mostly wrote:
I'm looking for an OEM carburetor for a 1970 CT90.

Ebay is full of chinese ones, and I figure half the people here probably have a spare one in their back pocket.

In particular I need one that fits the stock airbox, which has something like a 30mm OD intake and all the aftermarket ones use a crappy chinese pit bike filter.


surf online for Dr. ATV, he will hook you up. Also known at Beatrice cycles.
Ride On.

Post Sun Apr 08, 2018 10:09 am

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Anybody know which universal motion pro throttle kit works best with a mikuni VM carburetor? Trying to switch from a front pull throttle to a side pull.
Tom A.
SRCR President
Vintage Series Racer
1977 MX3, 1977 RM 175, 1980 CR250R, 1981 PE250, 1988 Cagiva WMX, 90 CRM250, 98 YZ250

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