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They also routed the clutch cable back to the left side of the engine, like Racer X has done on there 2013 bike, so the exhaust heat doesn't wear it out. Which no one has mentioned yet.

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Good.

Ive got a 2010 set up for my weight, do you think i could take out the springs forks and shox and put them in the 2014? i understand the valving and all that wont work but just the springs?

How come you dont like the air fork?

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Ive got a 2010 set up for my weight, do you think i could take out the springs forks and shox and put them in the 2014? i understand the valving and all that wont work but just the springs?

How come you dont like the air fork?

I had em on our '13 CRF450.......just preferred the spring fork. I mostly (if that's a word) don't like to think about the spring rate......I send out suspension and just wanna ride and have enough adjustments to think about.

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Ive got a 2010 set up for my weight, do you think i could take out the springs forks and shox and put them in the 2014? i understand the valving and all that wont work but just the springs?

How come you dont like the air fork?

Shock was shortened so your older shock isn't a direct fit. Not sure if any companies can/will shorten it for you, though.

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Shock was shortened so your older shock isn't a direct fit. Not sure if any companies can/will shorten it for you, though.

Yer i was thinking about that, then thought well maybe they shortened it but didn't shorten the actual space where they put the spring. But you recon the fork springs will fit.

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I thought you were swapping the forks and shock themselves. There's a good chance the shock and forks springs will fit because they stuck with Showa.

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I thought you were swapping the forks and shock themselves. There's a good chance the shock and forks springs will fit because they stuck with Showa.

No no just the springs outa the forks and shox. Thanks for the advice

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i was told that it had dual injectors most of the time a single injector will make as much power when calibrated corectly the advantage will be in throttle response .i also heard a rumor from an exhaust company that the honda had ktm type power with more low and mid it will be an interesting 250 honda had to step it up.

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