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Please note these documents are for reference only - your mileage may vary. Note - there is more than 70 links to individual pages on THIS PAGE ALONE!
~File Archive Section~
Specs / Tips / Mods
Bikes / Pics
Columns / Articles
"Powroll vs Yoshimura!" w/comments By Swiss
Knobby Shop III - Rebel Rouser!
Roller Rocker Head - sweet!
XL350K1 Parts List - FYI - it's10meg
XL350K1 Parts Catalog - this is 4 meg
Powroll Plonker - Trials Style!
XL250 Wiring Diagram - PowerPoint file - cool!
More Orman Art - serious eye candy here!
Where's YOURS ?!
"Underdogs Revenge" - Fascinating read!
"Trick Honda XL250!" Bill Bells artwork
Best Engine is Honda XL350 by Bill Bell
~Resources & Stuff~
Powroll http://www.powroll.com - Powroll DOES HAVE PARTS for our old XL350s!
Adventure Rider ...Forum for Adventure Touring/Riding on Dual Sport bikes
Long Distance Riders (LDR Site) ...Site for Sport/Leisure Touring
ThumperTalk ....Mostly late model thumpers
xlintperformance.com ...our friends
4strokes.com ...Again, mostly late model thumpers
www.dirtrider.net/index.php ...4-stroke and 2-stroke
www.4strokes.com/articles/honda/cr200x.asp ...Custom XR200
www.thumperpilot.com/ ...4-strokes of all kinds
www.thumpertalk.com/ Chat board for Thumpers of all brands
www.EuroSpares.com - Michael Moore's fantastic site and some of the best moto lists on the net - bar none.
www.ThumperStuff.com - Mark Aplands site for uh...thumper stuff.
woodyswheelworks - Woody is totally into our old thumpers! Woody's Wheel Works specializes in lacing and more - they do SuperMotard conversions for wheels too. Tell him Oldrice sent you!
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Some content also brought to you by Woody's Wheel Works!
The original "SuperLace"
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Thank You Pat Orman for this data!
"Dynamic Big Single 4-Stroke Power" - well said.
Song of the Sausage Creature
by Hunter S. Thompson - R.I.P.
1962 Safety Rules
Taken from a 1962 Honda Motor Cycle Owner's Manual.
Translated by Honda for the American Motorcycle Rider
1. At the rise of the hand by Policeman, stop rapidly.
Do not pass him by or otherwise disrespect him.
2. When a passenger of the foot, hooves in sight, tootel the horn
trumpet melodiously at first. If he still obstacles your passage,
tootel him with vigor and express by
word of mouth, warning Hi, Hi.
3. Beware of the wandering horse that he shall not take
fright as you pass him. Do not explode the exhaust box at him.
Go soothingly by.
4. Give big space to the festive dog that makes sport
in roadway. Avoid entanglement of dog with wheel spokes.
5. Go soothingly on the grease mud, as there lurks the
skid demon! Press the brake foot as you roll around
the corners, and save the collapse and tie up.
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