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Honda CRF450R (2005)
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewPut to use on a few rocks that would be new cases without it. Has one big dent but it is holding up good
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewHavent managed to bend them and the cr bend is great for me
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThey came highly recommended by a lotvof tt members. Were just installed when i got rhe bike
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewAbsolutely top quality spring and retainer set. They come with titanium retainers and cant be installed wrong if you look at the package for 1 second and read which has the thick retainers...
I needed them for my SS intake valves this set costs half as much as many other options and i was blown away by the quality from the machining and fitment to the packaging. Highly recommended!
Fit excellent right out of the packaging. My OLD tired radiator shrouds were barely able to be flexed to line up with the bolt holes but they could be 12 years old and deformed for all i know.
1.3 gallons more capacity than stock but isnt uncomfortably bulky. slightly noticable that it is wider than stock below the seat where my knees grab.
Bought it secondhand but still new in the package for 175. Very glad i bought it.
Did have to remove my works connection radiator braces to install however.
This thing is fantastic. It is way quieter than i expected it to be. Needed as quiet as possible so i don't screw up my sons already poor hearing and the spark arrestor and noise level allows me to ride any offroad event i want to go try.
Cheap as can be. Finish and build quality is way better than i expected for the price. I am sure they're a shameless copy of a much more expensive lever set but they will work for me!
Was very impressed i expected there to be some slop in the pivot joint but it is absolutely solid no wiggle at all. And the return spring is really strong so there wont be any issue with the lever flopping around
Still in the package but i expect 0 problems
Went with a 13/50 steel sprocket combo and a D.I.D. 520 DZ2 chain.
Was running 14/48 which is equivalent to 13/52 but i wanted to have more room in each gear so i dropped to 13/50 so i dont have to shift so often on mx tracks or wide open enduros.
I had been running a DZ2 chain since i bought the bike so i figure it was good enough then why not get another
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