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Husaberg FE450 (2010)
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CategoryLast UpdatedReviewReally made the bike a lot more quit while not sacrificing on horse power.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewAt almost 6'2" tall, it was a simple and inexpensive way to make the bike more comfortable while standing up when riding and has had no ill effect on the bike handling at all.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis is actually the header pipe guard. Bought from CycleBuy for $40. Provides excellent protection to the exhaust head pipe and not as pricey as the carbon fiber guard that is close to $200! This one is made from high quality aluminum and protects a broader range of the pipe as opposed to the carbon fiber unit.Already taken many spills on it and NO damage to the head pipe! I will look at uploading a actual pic of it rather than the "Flatland Racing" photo provided by TT here.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewBEST MOD I HAVE DONE TO ANY BIKE. THIS MAKES RIDING THE BIKE IN TOUGH TERRAIN WAAAAY EASIER. IT'S DAMN NEAR LIKE CHEATING!
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewMuch stronger and more durable than the stock OEM clutch cover. Can take a beating much better than stock plus allows the addition of more oil to the machine. Comes with the Rekluse offset brake pedal as well which is also larger than the stock OEM brake pedal allowing you to find the pedal much easier in those split second panic moments when the rear brake is needed. This does NOT come with the z-start pro auto clutch I placed in the Berg, it was purchased seperatly. Though the z-Start does come with a thicker gasket for the OEM stock cover if you decide to go that route.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewEvery bike should have a steering stabilizer. This is a very good product made of very high quality components and very easy to install. I chose the under bar mount with the System 3 stabilizer and mounting kit.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis seat is worth EVERY penny and then some. For those long 80+ mile hard enduro trail rides, this seat really saves you from a pain in the @ss.....
$70.00CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis is a MUST have if you have a larger than average boot size. I have a size 13 foot, so I was always miss shifting or accidentally shifting or hitting neutral with my big ol' boots. The Hammerhead can be purchased in dierent shaft lengths. I went with a +14mm....No more miss shifting or hitting neutral! Also, you can get the tip replaced and it comes in knurrled or rubber coated if you like.
I give this 4 stars rather than 5 only because the anodizing on the tip wears off really quick, but who really cares about that as long as the shifter does what it is intended to do, which it does...
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewFirst off, it does what it is suppose to, which is protect the front brake disk. 2nd, I really like the way this guard mounts by replacing the sleeve in your front wheel's hub. This makes changig tires easier because the guard simply comes off with the wheel when removed. To remove the guard, simply pull the sleeve out of the hub and your goor do go.
You have to purchase the wheel sleeve mount seperatly as they are specific to the bike but the guards themselves come in a variety of different colors and are only around $30 to replace..... They are very trick looking which is just an added bonus.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThe BEST handguards out there IMHO. If you ride tight single track with a lot of tree's, these are a real bonus. They have saved my hands countless times from what I can only imagine would be a whole lot of broken bones. They are a little spendy for the pack but they last forever.... If you can't afford these, my only advise would be to get a set of the Enduro Engeneering then. I have those as well and although not as good as the Cycra's (again in my own oppinion), then the EE's would serve you very well also.