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bighoss

1986 Suzuki lt250r

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is the manuel for the 88 the same as the 86 i dont see one for the 86 lt250r 2 stroke so will the one work for the 88

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is the manuel for the 88 the same as the 86 i dont see one for the 86 lt250r 2 stroke so will the one work for the 88

I built an 88LT250R last year but if I remember right 86 is different than the 88 motor 88 having a power valve and the 86 doesnt !

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do you know were i can get one or does any body on here have one

Oxy black should have one ! hes one of the Mods ! just PM him !!:yes:

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