The Pro Circuit pipe and silencer were developed for the TC250 to tame its wild ways. Not only did they tame the power where
the bike needed it, they added power where the bike could use it. This is the best bolt-on power you can find for the TC250.
suspension dealer. They installed their
AER 48 spring kit and re-valved the
shock to match the forks. You read
that right; we put a coil spring in our
air forks. With the combination of the
Ride Engineering chassis changes and
Factory Connection suspension modifications, the bike handled exceptionally well. The front and rear end tracked
to the ground like glue. The bike sat
lower to the ground, which made for
a lower center of gravity when riding.
We did feel the added weight of the
spring fork from side to side in the
air, but it was worth its weight in
gold the way it held up in its stroke
and delivered a plush initial feel. We
were impressed with the fork’s ability
to absorb hard hits while still having
such a soft setup.
We have always had issues with
the stock brake-pedal spring breaking.
Fasst Company’s rear-brake return
spring was the ultimate fix. We didn’t
need to replace the pedal spring anymore, as the Fasst Company’s return
spring adjusted the pedal resistance
by adjusting how much preload was
placed on the spring. We also replaced
our worn-out stock chain with a ProX
520MX chain. We took off the stock
chain guards, which were still in good
shape, and replaced them with the
The stock 50-tooth rear sprocket on the TC250 makes for awkward shift points.
We put a ProX 49-tooth rear sprocket on to lengthen shift points from gear to gear.