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We replaced both the chain and sprockets with Renthal parts
so they would wear evenly.
It’s always a good idea to have a mechanic go through a
used engine. We didn’t have a clue about what was inside.
2006 was a good year for the YZ250F as they switched to an
aluminum frame and upgraded to Kayaba SSS components.
We love the Kayaba SSS forks, but not when they haven’t
been serviced in years. DR Performance revitalized them.
pressure radiator cap; Renthal 997-bend Twinwall bars,
grips, chain and sprockets and Dunlop MX32 tires. Our
final step and one that virtually every builder resurrecting
an old bike will also do was to button up our project
bike with new Cycra Powerflow radiator shrouds and
custom DeCal Works graphics.
It pains us to reveal that we spent several thousand
dollars bringing our 2006 Yamaha YZ250F back to life,
but, in truth, we had it up and running again for under
$1000. That meant that for $3500 we had a race-ready
bike with a solid engine and perfect suspension. The
extra money we spent was our Arabian prince money.
You don’t have to spend it, especially if you don’t
have it, but we would be remiss not to show the full