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    ttr 110e 2008 key

    I have 3 of these, and if the key is on and the kill switch is off, it will not drain the battery
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    Spark Arrestor 2007 450 EXC

    Here is a pic (FROM KTMTALK.COM) on where to cut the pipe I did this on mine and it made a HUGE difference Bryan
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    2008 Ttr 110 (red Sticker)

    I bought 1 08 ttr 110 in December and got a green sticker no problem. I just added 2 more in February and received RED stickers (***?). I called the dealer I purchased from, and they attempted to straighten it all out with the DMV. The DMV said that the RED stickers should not have been issued, and it was an error. OK I said so they will send me new stickers? The dealer told me I would have to take Registration, RED stickers, AND the bikes down for inspection. ***! Why would I have to take brand new bikes down for VIN verification. Isn' t the dealer supposed to be able to deal with stuff like this? Why do I need to take time off of work to take care of this? I am FUGGIN pissed
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    National Geographic GPS Maps?

    The maps are stitched together USGS 7.5 Min maps with the ability to zoom in to approximately 1:12000 (1" = 1000') . The quality is equal to the printed versions. I believe you can get the United States Version for $99.00. In order to use them with a GPS unit it will have to have the ability to use read maps (there are a few available). Bryan
  5. Research this Warranties and the Magnuson-Moss Act see this article http://www.sportrider.com/features/146_0404_magnuson_moss_warranty_act/index.html I don't believe that they can deny your claim based on the fact that you did not do the required piston maintenance, unless that was the direct cause for the failure. Bryan
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    anyone ever name a bike?

    I call her Dottie after my wife. She's a vicious life-sucking bitch from which there is no escape. OOPS just kidding I LOVE MY WIFE
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    Another new neck protector

    here is a prototype of the complete setup
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    do you work in an office?

    That Was Fawsome
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    Kawi 110 VS TTR 110, which one and why?

    I vote for the TTR-110. I have 3 of them, and think that they are great bikes. As far as major upgrades, I missed the part that you were going to mod this to the hilt and use it as a pit bike. These are new, and don't have a big following (yet). But everyone that is buying them is giving positive reviews. I bought mine to upgrade my kids to a larger bike. I have to do everything in threes, and the MAGIC button is a HUGE advantage for me. I ordered one of the KLX front fenders in blue, and the two front bolts line right up. The number plate bracket needs to be flipped to conceal the wiring behind it. I still have not fabbed anything up for the rear holes, but it should be fairly easy. Bryan This thread has a pic of the 110 with a KLX fender http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=596116
  10. Ill 4th Moore and Sons. I got my 2007 450EXC from them:ride: . They are good honest folks. Bryan
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    got pulled over by the fuzz

    What was the vehicle code he sighted? in California "27600. No person shall operate any motor vehicle having three or more wheels, any trailer, or semitrailer unless equipped with fenders, covers, or devices, including flaps or splash aprons, or unless the body of the vehicle or attachments thereto afford adequate protection to effectively minimize the spray or splash of water or mud to the rear of the vehicle and all such equipment or such body or attachments thereto shall be at least as wide as the tire tread. This section does not apply to those vehicles exempt from registration, trailers and semitrailers having an unladen weight of under 1,500 pounds, or any vehicles manufactured and first registered prior to January 1, 1971, having an unladen weight of under 1,500 pounds. Amended Ch. 215, Stats. 1970. Effective November 23, 1970.
  12. Bingo, I am not an expert by any means. And I have seen my fair share of videos on the net that make changing a tire look like magic. But the bottom line is that TECHNIQUE is the key to making the tire change go smoothly. I have not changed hundreds of tires, but find that taking your time, and not taking too big a bite on the tire is key. Also using a quality set of irons is key. Also to avoid pinching the tube, it needs to have just enough air in it to make a slight crease if you hold it by one finger.
  13. here you go 30" long and 5 pounds a piece! http://www.toolsource.com/straight-tire-mount-demount-spoon-stock-p-69998.html?sourceid=bizrate
  14. her you go 30" long and 5 pounds a piece! http://www.toolsource.com/straight-tire-mount-demount-spoon-stock-p-69998.html?sourceid=bizrate