We go 125cc, 250cc and 500cc Honda 2-Stroke crazy on this weeks Two-Stroke Tuesday giving you a look at some red rider builds from the past few years all brought to you by Boyesen. We packed 2-Stroke Theater full of videos that will get you through a long day. Premix products from FMF, Uni Filters and The Viral Brand are featured in 2-Stroke Hardware and can you name the greatest bike Hondas has ever produced? Click the exclusive link at the bottom of this post!
This build was a 2004 CR250R that was completely rebuilt using engine parts from Wrench Rabbit and chassis parts from Pivot Works. The bike also featured Tusk Wheels, Dunlop tires, Renthal products, Vforce-3 reeds and some updated Cycra Plastics. SEE MORE.
With this CR125 build we gave ourselves a $3,000 budget and that included the price of the bike. The engine was rebuilt by LA Sleeve and suspension was brought back to life by Factory Connection. This build featured a lot of elbow grease and repairs instead of replacements. SEE MORE.
“Why don’t we get a super-cheap used bike off Craigslist and see how far it goes in the 24 Hours of Glen Helen?” That’s how project Frankenbike got starter and the rest is history. This bike featured a 2004 frame with a 2000 engine. SEE MORE.
This CR500 engine was put into a CR250 chassis by Pro Circuit right around the turn of the century for a high profile racer to compete at the Mammoth Mountain Motocross. It never made it. SEE IT IN ACTION
The famous CR125 Dream Bike in all its glory. This build was first handed to MotoWhip in about five boxes of parts with a ton of items missing. This bike is almost fourteen years old and looks cleaner than most new bikes. SEE MORE.
This is the first of its kind! A CR500 engine in a new generation CRF450R chassis built by the crew at AEO Powersports. The build features dual FMF pipes, Dubya wheels, Cycra plastics, IMS tank and much more! SEE MORE.
This build is on the cover of our December 2017 issue. The engine was brought back to life by LA Sleeve using Wiseco products and it has the brand new Rekluse Torque Drive clutch. The build also features Scalvini exhaust, Dubya wheels, Maxxis tires and Torc1 Racing products. SEE IT IN ACTION.
Overall styling on our MTA CR250R build received updates with a combination of TX Race kit and a Cycra front number plate. The kit has some fitment issues and needs some minor fabrication work during installation. SEE MORE.
Viral Brand Factory Series PRO 3 Goggle Kit:
Factory Series PRO 3 Goggle Kit comes with a ton of features.
- TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) Flex Frame design.
- Three-layer / 14 mm of face foam.
- Grey microfleece wicking layer to keep your face dry.
- Removable nose guard.
- Tinted lens is standard.
- Large 45 mm embroidered strap.
- Three runs of non-slip silicone on the strap.
- Replacement Clear lens included.
- 10-pack of tear-offs.
- Goggle bag.
Uni Filters Service Kit:
To keep your Uni Filter performing at it’s best always use UNI FILTER FOAM FILTER OIL AND CLEANER. They were both specially formulated to provide proper service and maintenance to ensure that your Uni Filter performs for years to come. The instructional videos below illustrate how to properly oil and clean your Uni Filter to achieve maximum engine protection and performance.
FMF Factory Fatty:
The Factory Fatty is reminiscent of the “works” or cone pipe once used by Factory Teams. It shares many of the same characteristics with its’ craftsmanship and material quality. The Factory Fatty broadens and smoothes out the power curve while boosting gains throughout the entire power band, more low-end, more mid, and increased over-rev. No matter what type of riding you do, the Fatty has the benefits you’re looking for.
-Lighter 20 gauge steel used for the body of the pipe.
-19 Gauge steel used for the header portion.
-Includes O-rings on most models
-Hand pounded seams for smooth flow transitions.
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