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    Quote Originally Posted by GADGET View Post
    I wanted that!!! I rang up just after you had agreed to buy it, looked good in the pictures, very fair price too, particularly from a dealer
    The E-type in the next 2 pictures looks even better!

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    Excellent choice Sirrah.
    The dirt bike of the mirre discerning motorcyclist.

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    Thats an X isnt it?

    Nice bike though - did you get the SM wheels with it?

    Lloyd.

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    Everything marked up as an R, and no SM wheels.

    If it is an X, its a very good conversion

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    Looks very much like an 'R' to me. Is that an FNF exhaust with a Power/Mega Bomb?

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    Sorry for the delay, only just noticed your question....

    Yes it does have the fmf exhaust system, but if anyone has the standard system, I'd be interested in buying it to modify.

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    No worries.
    Would you then be selling the FMF?
    I have a mate with a standard exhaust on his WR. He may be interested in doing a deal.

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    Not wanting to sell the fmf, only need the standard can for entry into trip who say bike must have standard exhaust.

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    Ak, okay. No worries. Can I ask what trip?

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    Fancy having a go with these people...
    https://www.tcp-xpower.com/en/enduro...e&category=123

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    And who can blame you?

    Bookmarked for future reference. Thanx.

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    Just back after having the recall work done on the stator, very impressed with the dealer, millenimum motorcycles in St.helens.

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    wr250x

    just swapped bikes to a wr 250x ,waiting for some new rubber to turn up. will give a go on the green lanes around here. has there been many recalls? and where is the info about them please. will keep you posted on the new toy

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    I need to have the stator replaced under the recall too, have confirmed with Yamaha UK that it is eligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suffolk View Post
    just swapped bikes to a wr 250x ,waiting for some new rubber to turn up. will give a go on the green lanes around here. has there been many recalls? and where is the info about them please. will keep you posted on the new toy
    Ask your local Yamaha dealer. Give them the VIN no. and they'll sort you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GADGET View Post
    I need to have the stator replaced under the recall too, have confirmed with Yamaha UK that it is eligible.
    Got mine done a couple of weeks ago. I had them change the oil and filter whilst they were at it. The stator they took out looked like brand new.

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