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Mike,

I've been riding every day each weekend....Friday too last week.

Think about it.... PM me if you want to hook up.

RH

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I am another happy customer of Dick's. He did a re-valve and lowering and my KTM is like a different bike.

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I am another happy customer of Dick's. He did a re-valve and lowering and my KTM is like a different bike.

Looks like I'm going with him, then. Alot of you guys seem to like his stuff.

Thanks for all the help! :banghead:

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George at ESP quoted me "about $300" to setup my YZ forks/shock for the desert. This was utilizing my stock springs.

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i second the proaction route. I have revalves on my 450r. The forks are about 200 and so is the back. I dont know why that guy paid 800 but proaction does very good work. dude, Evil rides pro action. I rest my case.

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Richard Wilson at House of Horsepower did my suspension and it couldn't be better. This is the second bike he has done for me (one YZ400 and one YZ450) and I never even touch the clickers. He will ask a lot of questions about what you want to ride, your weight, level of expertise, and even tell you that there is no suspension that does both Supercross and Enduros well. Check him out. Cost for mine was $450 with new front springs and revalving both the front and rear, oil, seals, etc. I ride Woods and GP's and I love my suspension.

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