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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-11-2011, 07:29 AM
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Lol even boring my 250ex to 69.4 mm only makes it 235cc

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Lol even boring my 250ex to 69.4 mm only makes it 235cc

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Yea I know I dont understand that lol why call it a 250? call it a 230cc... but using that calculation with my stroke, 62.2 mm i believe, and the bore size 69.4 (biggest piston i found on bike bandit) it came out to be 235. but while typing this message it occured to me that that is just the piston size not the bore, but bore wont be far off lol

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