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Mr Pig

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  1. Dave, Are the improvements of a 453 kit (Thumper Racing) worth doing on a new bike? I am just back into riding (mostly single track and some hillclimbing, etc).
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    400 XCW Overheating

    Got it ordered this morning. Thanks for the info.
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    400 XCW Overheating

    Where did you find the fan in stock?
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    I want more power from my ktm 450 xc

    On my 400 XCW I went looking for the same fix. I installed a lighter flywheel (about 25%) from Trail Tech and made some more adjustments to the carb per James Dean. I've seen a huge difference in response. The flywheel was relatively inexpensive. The installation took about 45 minutes.
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    400 XCW Overheating

    I have an '07 400 XC-W. The fans have been backordered for awhile, but I'll install as soon as my dealer gets mine in. I installed a coolant recovery tank from RLRproducts.com. It's an easy, cheap installation. I have the assurance that the coolant (Engine Ice) stays with the bike when I do overheat.
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    ArmorAll on plastics

    I've been using the Armour All pre-moistened wipes. No more overspray. They clean hard to reach places like the radiator guards, hoses, etc... I do not notice excessive dust problem.
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    CamelBak

    I have an Ogio. I bought an extra 2ltr bladder, and it will hold both of them. I was running out of water on our longer rides. There's room for tools, keys, etc. It's a great pack.
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    first ktm.. loving it+ jd "q"

    Check out Coffee's video "how to rejet a Keihen FCR carb" in the Technical Forum under Intake/Carburetion. It'll show you how simple it is. Be careful pulling the fuel screw out....you'll see in the video the washer and o-ring. They're easy to lose. Mine got stuck in the carb, so I used a paperclip to fish them out. The rest is very straight forward.
  9. It's on my KTM 400 XC-W, and I'm ordering one for my son's CRF 250X. The GPR is a great in ruts, rocks, roots, sand, hill climbs with loose baseballs, etc. I found myself steering towards trash to see how it would handle. Big difference. I trashed my thumb earlier this year on a slow fall that likely wouldn't have happened with the GPR. I ride with it on 2.5, so I really don't notice any arm fatigue.
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    Mounting Hand Gaurds...

    This came from the Quick Tech Tips section. I'm going to use it next time I need to install a set. "If you run barkbusters of one sort or another and need to cut out the end of the grips, go spend $1.99 on a 12" length of 3/4 inch copper pipe. Slide one grip on each end, stand the pipe up on a block of wood, and smack it good a couple of times on the upper end with a mallet. You'll get exactly what you need cut out of the ends; because the pipe is slightly smaller than your bars, the grips whould come on and off easily--use a little water to get them on if you need to.
  11. I have made the identical adjustments to my 05CRF250X with the exception of the Boyesen Quick Shot. Can you determine the help that it contributed to your performance gains?
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