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2012 Yamaha YZ250F Project Bike Photo Gallery

Find out what modifications and maintenance the MotoUSA crew does to keep its Yamaha YZ250F running in top shape in the 2012 Yamaha YZ250F Project Bike 1 report.

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Bridgestone’s M403 intermediate terrain tire is one of the most versatile off-road tires made.
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Irvine, California’s Garageworks rebuilt our suspension at the 20 hour mark and made it feel fresh and new again.
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Maxima Air Filter Clean makes cleaning air filters much simpler.
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Once the air filter is clean we use Maxima’s Foam Filter Treatment to keep dirt and dust out.
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Bridgestone M403 intermediate terrain front tire.
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The Bridgestone M204 soft-to-intermediate terrain rear tire has softer tread knobs which allow it to hook up better in soft terrain.
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2012 Yamaha YZ250F long-term project bike.
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The shock was filled with Maxima Racing Shock Fluid to OE spec.
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It’s surprising how quickly the stock fluid inside the fork breaks down. Regular rebuilds help keep it feeling fresh and new.
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2012 Yamaha YZ250F Project Bike.
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Maxima offers a full-line of motorcycle lubricants to keep your bike running fresh.
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We threw on an FMF Factory 4.1 full system exhaust for added performance on our YZ250F.
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Because the Yamaha is carbuated, we had trouble getting the jetting correct for optimum performance.
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Our 2012 Yamaha YZ250F project bike in its final stages.
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Adam rips around Elsinore Motorsorts Park aboard our 2012 Yamaha YZ250F project bike.
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2012 Yamaha YZ250F dyno results. Stock vs. FMF pipe