Originally Posted by SkiFly01
So with a new piston, chain, sprockets, tires and used gas tank, carb, rebuilt forks among many many other pieces and trial and error we did get it going to only find the clutch pack slips and it's sloooow as hell
It's an air-cooled 250. It'll never be a speed demon. But don't be afraid to rev the engine out. It'll take the abuse.
The clutch is easy to fix. Order friction plates and springs.
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