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hey guys got on oldy here 1985 HONDA TRX250 shes got plenty of low end id like to know if anyone has messed around and gotten a little more top end out of one???

also any personal experiances between getting new OEM plastic vs MAER replacement plastic- pros/cons this/that???

thanks

rick

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So you have 2 stroke sport quad right? My buddy has an 86 and it flys. I don't know why yours wouldn't have much top end. As far as plastics, Maier makes awsome stuff. USUALLY fits know problem. All holes line up.

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id like to know if anyone has messed around and gotten a little more top end out of one???

also any personal experiances between getting new OEM plastic vs MAER replacement plastic- pros/cons this/that???

thanks

rick

Ummmm,,,,Yea,,,,,Push your Thumb in Farther:wink:

Do you have the 4 Trax or the 250R?

Maier is Good...There really isnt anything bad about their stuff....

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nope 4 stroke, its a utility or 4trax model, i wish it was as easy as pushing harder i guess there is some more throttle there but the motor sounds like its revving quite high......i guess im just a bit nervous to push it to far

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To be Honest....That bike was meant to work....I wouldnt touch the motor....There really isnt any point in it....Not worth upgrades and Such.....If you want a little more Top end...Try Changing the sprockets.....That is the Cheapest/easiest way, without Ruining the Reliability, to get more Top Speed.....

Hope that helps..

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