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    Playing on the crf150f on single track

    Nothing special just showing that this bike can still be fun for anyone.

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    Video isn't working. I agree on the CRF, though-I much prefer mine over my RM125 for trail riding, especially on nasty climbs. My 150 is a goat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imposing Will View Post
    Video isn't working. I agree on the CRF, though-I much prefer mine over my RM125 for trail riding, especially on nasty climbs. My 150 is a goat!
    See if that's working? I'm wanting to jump on a 250, but until then what's good cheap suspension mods for the 150f I read mixed reviews on the bbr setup n that's the route I wanted to take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyVyaHurrdme View Post
    See if that's working? I'm wanting to jump on a 250, but until then what's good cheap suspension mods for the 150f I read mixed reviews on the bbr setup n that's the route I wanted to take.
    The BBR springs were a huge improvement to my bike. Guess it depends what you're doing with it...it's not as capable as my RM125, but for 90% of the riding I do, the BBR setup is money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imposing Will View Post
    The BBR springs were a huge improvement to my bike. Guess it depends what you're doing with it...it's not as capable as my RM125, but for 90% of the riding I do, the BBR setup is money.
    Thought so man guess I'll pull the trigger on em. People said its bad running stiff spring on a non revalved shock. Saying the back end bucks you.

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    I don't race, but I do ride it pretty hard. Good enough for me. Instant improvement, IMO.

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