14 Husqvarna TC250 4

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General Info
Model Year: 2014
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Graphics: Other
Handlebar: Renthal
Grips: ODI
Seat: Other
Footpegs: Pro Taper
Exhaust: Bill's Pipes
Engine Mods: Other
Triple Clamps: Other
Suspension Mods: Race Tech
Tires: Bridgestone
Sprockets: Supersprox
Oils/Lubes: Motorex
Additional Info: Engine was modified by previous owner. Deck height set, ported cylinder , 38mm carb. Now all it needs is a light flywheel weight to tame her down a little.
Engine Type: 2-Stroke

Vital MX member braaap707 braaap707 3/18/2017 8:23 AM

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I was happy to see your post on 2017 tc250 case problems, my son's just did the exact same thing a week ago, it's at a dealer now, were crossing our fingers and hope the bike get's warrantied.

Todd Schmitz.

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How do you like the suspension now? Did you valve it yourself? I have a 2015 TC250 and I'm looking to use the gold valves in my bike!

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I like the suspension very much. I personally like the open chamber 13-14 fork way more then the 15-16 4CS as far as stock stuff goes but the gold valves brought it to a new level. Very plush but still hold up really well to big hits. I did a pro circuit lowering link to and that helped get the shock lower in the stroke and doesnt kick me anymore. Overall best suspension ive ever ridden with and almost as good as the cone valves and trax shock that friends have on their bikes. I didn't do it myself. Guy that works at a local KTM dealership up here that are also are racetech dealer performed the modification. With such a potent engine these bikes are almost sketchy sometimes just because they are so raw but once you have great suspension its really confidence inspiring knowing that you can hold it on that little bit longer going throught the rough stuff and it wont buck you off

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