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  1. #1
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    Default Blaster liquid cooling kit

    Any of you guys ever hear about this just saw it on another forum.

    If so pros and cons

    Yamaha Blaster High Performance Liquid Cooling Kit
    2000 CR250R
    Pro Curcuit Pipe
    FMF Silencer
    ProTaper Bars

    1986 LT250R
    Being Rebuilt at current time
    Gussetted And Reinforced Frame
    Boyesen Reeds
    Barnett Clutch
    AAEN Top End Pipe
    38mm PWK Airstriker

    1997 Blaster
    66.75mm Wiseco Pro-Lite Piston
    Wildcard Agressive Trail/MX P&P
    Wildcard Head Mod
    Toomey B1 Exhaust
    Toomey 2-Stage Filter
    Boyesen Power Reeds
    WORKS Dual Rate Remote Ressie Fronts

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    i think it has been talked about on here? i my self dont think that kit is worth a shit...

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    ok cool figure I better ask here to find out the truth about this thing!!!!!!!!!!!
    2000 CR250R
    Pro Curcuit Pipe
    FMF Silencer
    ProTaper Bars

    1986 LT250R
    Being Rebuilt at current time
    Gussetted And Reinforced Frame
    Boyesen Reeds
    Barnett Clutch
    AAEN Top End Pipe
    38mm PWK Airstriker

    1997 Blaster
    66.75mm Wiseco Pro-Lite Piston
    Wildcard Agressive Trail/MX P&P
    Wildcard Head Mod
    Toomey B1 Exhaust
    Toomey 2-Stage Filter
    Boyesen Power Reeds
    WORKS Dual Rate Remote Ressie Fronts

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    Well it basically only cools the head.
    Could be worth it if your into changing the compression ratio without having to get the head cut or buying a bunch of different heads.
    I guess it depends of the money your willing to spend.
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    Ok thats what I thought its like a cool head for a air cooled motor.

    And so it seems it for the guy who has the unlimited budget.
    2000 CR250R
    Pro Curcuit Pipe
    FMF Silencer
    ProTaper Bars

    1986 LT250R
    Being Rebuilt at current time
    Gussetted And Reinforced Frame
    Boyesen Reeds
    Barnett Clutch
    AAEN Top End Pipe
    38mm PWK Airstriker

    1997 Blaster
    66.75mm Wiseco Pro-Lite Piston
    Wildcard Agressive Trail/MX P&P
    Wildcard Head Mod
    Toomey B1 Exhaust
    Toomey 2-Stage Filter
    Boyesen Power Reeds
    WORKS Dual Rate Remote Ressie Fronts

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    I'd like to know how it pumps water.

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    good point 2001
    2000 CR250R
    Pro Curcuit Pipe
    FMF Silencer
    ProTaper Bars

    1986 LT250R
    Being Rebuilt at current time
    Gussetted And Reinforced Frame
    Boyesen Reeds
    Barnett Clutch
    AAEN Top End Pipe
    38mm PWK Airstriker

    1997 Blaster
    66.75mm Wiseco Pro-Lite Piston
    Wildcard Agressive Trail/MX P&P
    Wildcard Head Mod
    Toomey B1 Exhaust
    Toomey 2-Stage Filter
    Boyesen Power Reeds
    WORKS Dual Rate Remote Ressie Fronts

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    Yea, I see that big ass aluminum radiator under the front plastic. It ain't doing any good though, without water pumping through it. I think you'd be better off with the air cooled head.

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    electric, its been talked about before just do a little search

    http://forums.everything2stroke.com/...d-blaster.html
    ANDY

    my 2000 blaster
    foam filter from toomey
    4 degree key from dustin420
    toomey b1
    oil block off kit
    Boysen power reeds
    worn out stock front tires
    20x11x8 razr
    bored .020 over
    3mm stroker
    have flotek port and polish to match stroke sometime



    Daddy always said a 4 stroke is about as useful as a shovel with a rope handle.

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    Under the Instructions Page it talks about the water pump.