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Hi guys Iv been lurking for ages and decided to join to pick all your brains about different questions I have just recently bought myself a 2002 ttr 250 riden it once and dropped it 5 times 😂( following a young friend through a diggings that has been riding his whole life and if only just started riding again after 8 years ) , ok so what do I need to know down the trak to motard it ? What is the correct factory horsepower ? Is there any of the shelf wider mor adventure oriented seats ? And I got a few more I'll bring up later on, thanks again



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Welcome!

Off the shelf wider seats, theres the seat for the Raid, although it only fits with the raid tank and they're getting harder to find!

There's a few threads on here about supermoto wheels etc..

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Thanks mate I'll have to check them out , actually I'd love to get my hands on a raid tank and seet id love to do a scrubbed steel tank with a custom apulstered seat , ok fine I'm allowed to dream 😂

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Welcome to the forumsmile

I can get the seat and the fuel tank, but postage would be quite expensive.

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Ikr its a killer on anything

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so has anyone got a cheap easy motard/supermoto conversion for the ttr ? i kinda like the idea 



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See http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t44801045/supermoto-conversion-very-easy-alternative-wheels/

 



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Easiest way for us Aussies Drew, is to get a second set of wheels/hubs and get them laced up to 17inch rims.
I noticed over on the DBW forums you said your from S/E QLD? maybe try John titman racing see what they can do for you.
I used them a few times when i lived in brissy, and thought the price and quality were the best around.


PS :While there is lots of good info for adapting wheels around, 99.9% are for wheels from bikes that never came to Australia or are just to rare to be viable.



-- Edited by krum downunder on Wednesday 29th of March 2017 08:59:09 AM

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