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I currently have a 2005 trx450r, which i'm trying to sell in order to buy a dirtbike! The only experience i have on a dirtbike is when i had my kx85 for a few months. I'm debating on whether i should get a crf150r or crf250r to start with. I know the 250 is big, and has a bunch of compression at a ratio of 13.2:1. But what do you guys think? :skeptic:

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I currently have a 2005 trx450r, which i'm trying to sell in order to buy a dirtbike! The only experience i have on a dirtbike is when i had my kx85 for a few months. I'm debating on whether i should get a crf150r or crf250r to start with. I know the 250 is big, and has a bunch of compression at a ratio of 13.2:1. But what do you guys think? :skeptic:

take the 250 u will just have to start out easy but u will get used to it...... i learned on a 250 as well...... even though i realy dont ride them anymore..... take the 250:yes:

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i would go with the 250 so you wont have to upgrade as soon after riding for a while ... you can lower it some for better feel an should still be okay ..

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okay, cool! i'm 5'9 without shoes by the way, lmao! so should i be good?

no prob man!!!! and yes ur hieght should be just fine i drove a 250 for my first bike also and i had no problems:yes:

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