- Owner clappedoutkx
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Kawasaki KX125 (2003)
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CategoryLast UpdatedReviewPre oiled, so thats one less time i have to oil a filter
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewImproves low rpm power and smoothness. Easier to jet than stock carb. Made my bike luggable.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewAdded it at the sime time as a new piston, so I can't comment on power. I like that it has no screws holding the reeds to the block. It's still working after many hours.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewIts a piston. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It was on sale and I don't have any brand loyalty here. I've used this one, Vertex, Stock, and others I can't remember. They seem equivalent to me.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewHasn't blown out. I've had to reuse it on a new piston (please don't do this if possible) with no issues. I don't think it made a big change because I can still use pump fuel with no detonation. It seems to have given me a little more bottom end power, but I put it in with a new piston. I would not tear down my engine just to install this, but I will continue using these unless I get head work done.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis pipe makes more power than stock everywhere. It does dent easier though, and some of the welded and scratched spots have gotten some surface rust. Duh. So I painted it black and sprayed the areas that hit rocks with rubberized undercoat.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThis silencer improved my low end snap ALOT. It would be great for arenacross, I think. However, it is simply way too loud. Way to loud. Hits hard and wakes the dead.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewAbout as quiet as stock, maybe quieter. I just wish I could get a Q Stealth for my 125.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewNC woods. This is the best tire I've tried so far on the front of my bike. Works well in most conditions and terrain. I ride the nastiest stuff I can find and lots of rock gardens and logs. I run it at 10psi with a Bridgestone HD tube and its holding up well.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewIf you ride nasty stuff at low pressure far from the truck, this is the only tube you should be interested in. I run them at 10psi front and rear. I hit nasty rocks many times per ride and haven't pinched yet. They seem to be both tougher and lighter than other UHD tubes I've tried.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewBest 19" rear tire I have used. I tried it back to back with another bike that has a trials tire. I did some tread/void ratio measurements and counted tread blocks around the circumference, and this tire fits almost exactly halfway between a true trials tire and a hardpack tire. Tread compound is close to a true trials tire. I've got two rides on it so far, and it is amazing on rocky hillclimbs, rock gardens, and logs. In peanut butter mud, it loads up badly, and is a bit better than a trials tire, but not nearly as good as an intermediate or soft terrain tire. Obviously. It does still do well on rocks that have grown a coat of snotty mud, better than anything else I've tried. In fact, really the only mud I can complain about is peanut butter. You know the stuff. On particularly steep downhills, it does lock up fairly easily, but that is only an observation. It is still better than others I have tried in this circumstance and seems to offer reasonable control. Honestly, if a downhill is steep enough all the weight is on the front tire anyway. The uphill traction in the rocks is unreal. If I stop partway up and restart, it feels like my bike is trying to shoot out from beneath me in places my previous MX51 would just spin. I have already rounded off the knob leading edges, however it doesn't seem to have an effect.
If you are unwilling or unable (darn rules) to run a trials tire, this is the ticket for hard enduro and endurocross. Those who ride in mostly soft stuff may want to stick with the S12, MX32, or XC Mid Soft.
ReviewSurvived more crashes than my steel stockers or the steel YZ bars that replaced them, combined. But I did still bend them. With one grip attached they make an excellent firepoker.
ReviewSurvived more crashes than my Renthal 7/8 inch bars did, but the rocks finally took their toll. Renthal oversized Fat bars are probably better since these are 6000 series alloy and Renthal uses 7000 series. These are great bang for the buck though, and cheap to replace. If I did Moto instead of enduro, I would keep using them, but I'm gonna try Twisted Engineering composite bars next.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewI wouldn't ride without them.
ReviewNo complaints. Wears well and handles mud also.
ReviewWearing well even though mud has wrecked the anodized.
ReviewNo complaints. Handles mud well.
ReviewI've used two sets of them and love them. Some of the best grips I have ever had. I would not consider them bling, rather, they legitimately work great.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewA must have for me on nasty trails.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewDefinitely one of the best upgrades I have used. If you ride stuff that has almost no traction, this doodad will help you be smooth.