- Owner slavy
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- Price $1200.00
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JUST IN! 04/24/2018HOW TO: 4-STROKE PISTON REPLACEMENT DONE RIGHT!
Honda CRF230F (2006)
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CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewCustom made control arm.
I love it. About 30% less effort required. Huge help in the gnarly terrain. The extended friction zone gives way better control and combined with sticky rear tire and extra low pressure makes taking off on a nasty hills a breeze.
$10.00CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewVery bright. Cheap. Durable. Over 100 spills and crashes and it still works. Not very pretty , but function over the looks. Controlled with 2$ switch from eBay. Part of making the bike street legal in Az.
$8.00CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewNeeded for the street legalization.
Less than 4$ from China to my door. Controlled by 4$ hydraulic brake switch on the hand brake.
Cheap quality, couple diodes already started flickering , but for another 3-4 $ the problem will be solved.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewNumber 1 mod on all my bikes. Absolute must where we ride.
Not pretty and not cheap, but protects great. I put a pad between the plate and the frame, but i am not sure it was necessary.
Easy to change the oil.
Pain to remove the clutch cover without removing it , but doable. I will drill an access hole against the front bottom bolt and doing clutch work will be a breeze.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewGreat product ! I personally love it. My bike is not a power monster and i bet on the traction factor.
The extra low pressure , possible thanks to Tubliss , combined with Pirelli MT 43 and some clutch mods , made all my KTM and Hussaberg buddies look with respect at my little red bike.
WHY 4 STARS ?
It is not easy to remove and install the system for the first time /don't look what somebody says on You Tube/. Two co-riders destroyed the system /one installing it on the rear wheel, the other -removing it/.
And it is 100$ mistake. Both of them swore - never again.
$20.00CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewA must where we ride.
Aluminum frame with plastic shields. Keeps the branches from locking the fr. brake , protects my fingers , and saved my levers numerous times.
Not extremely strong , but i got them for free, so i should not complain . They bend if i crash too spectacular, but they take the impact and save levers and fingers. When i get home, i put them in the vise and bend them back where they are supposed to be.