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Having half of the parts help a little bit too ,-)

 

But a 2 stroke is more temperamental with jetting, can have leaks etc.

 

I better like 2 strokes, too many parts in a 4 strokes.

 

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I knew nothing when i joined on here 4 years ago.  and now....well  according to some I still know nothing.  

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I knew nothing when i joined on here 4 years ago.  and now....well  according to some I still know nothing.  
Tony is one if the main reasons this site gets so much traffic.

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16 hours ago, the boris said:

Easier to fix (put together) indeed but bitch to tune,time consuming process

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Maybe for the inexperienced. But once you take the time to figure it out and learn a thing or two, you’ll see it’s way easier. 

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11 minutes ago, sheerider11 said:

Tony is one if the main reasons this site gets so much traffic.

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it must be my avatar picture

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Maybe for the inexperienced. But once you take the time to figure it out and learn a thing or two, you’ll see it’s way easier. 
As I said TIME CONSUMING process

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Having half of the parts help a little bit too ,-)

But a 2 stroke is more temperamental with jetting, cant have leaks etc.

I better like 2 strokes, too many parts in a 4 strokes.

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I love working on both but love to ride two strokes more,love that power delivery

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As I said TIME CONSUMING process

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Taking a piss is time consuming, going to the mailbox is time consuming, putting socks on is time consuming..... every single thing you do in everyday life is time consuming.


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13 hours ago, Ayesully810 said:

I knew nothing when i joined on here 4 years ago.  and now....well  according to some I still know nothing.  

According to everyone*

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As I said TIME CONSUMING process

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It is a lot less time consuming than a 4 stroke, that is a fact. They're easier to work on than a 4 stroke, also fact.

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2 strokes rules, fact!!!

But working on a direct injection 2 strokes (rotax) is a bitch.

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Ive never had that pleasure. I'm picking up a d.i. ktm 250 January , will be my first rodeo with them.

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It is a lot less time consuming than a 4 stroke, that is a fact. They're easier to work on than a 4 stroke, also fact.

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I wouldn't agree,to assemble- yes,to tune-no. If you make mistake with 4 stroke when tuning,only drawback is loss of power, with two stroke you do the same and you are into costly rebuild.

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4 hours ago, the boris said:

I wouldn't agree,to assemble- yes,to tune-no. If you make mistake with 4 stroke when tuning,only drawback is loss of power, with two stroke you do the same and you are into costly rebuild.

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I would say that only applies to people who dont know how to tune and what to look for in determining if tuning is correct or not, those are the peeps that will run stock jets in a modded bike and then blow it up and say banshees are finicky tune.  If you take your time do your research on tuning and be patient you can ride it for 1 minute and know what needs to be changed.  jmo. 

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