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My 4 year old Trick Dual Sport kit is still

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SOOOOO much better than anything else I have seen my friends use on their bikes. We have 4 KTM's and one yamaha in our group. A couple of "factory" KTM kits, and a few Baja Design kits in the group. I am the only one that is ALWAYS lit and legal. I have taken advantage of the quick removal (less than a minute) of the DS kit on manty occasions when we were riding single track only and have never had a problem. I have added a few mods to my kit over the years to fit my quirks, and they have been extremely accessible and helpful. While I am on the subject of things I love about my bike, I LOVE my Rekluse clutch. In fact I am sure it makes me faster, and my hair is getting thicker! :thumbsup:

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We like em too Allie durable and clean set up. If you ever get a chance to meet Dale, the owner of Trick, do it. He's a mad scientist in a 80's rocker body. (I know he reads these posts!)

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I'm glad to hear that there are reliable dual-sport kits out there. I have always heard good things about Trick Dual Sport.

Allie, are you on the Yamaha or one of the KTMs?

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We like em too Allie durable and clean set up. If you ever get a chance to meet Dale, the owner of Trick, do it. He's a mad scientist in a 80's rocker body. (I know he reads these posts!)

I agree with everything on the kit! But an "80's rocker body"????? :thumbsup:

But now that I think about it you're right! Compare this picture of Dale to this famous rocker and you decide!

http://www.davidleeroth.com/galleries/photos.php?photo=DAVE2

http://www.davidleeroth.com/galleries/photos.php?photo=scan06

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