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  1. Big64N

    2015 KTM 350 XC-F


    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Good condition with a long list of high end upgrade parts. Rekluse EXP 3.0 with cover and slave EVO- Ellensburg suspension tuning for 6' 200# expert rider Fork bleeders Trail-tech map switch Moose 1-1/8 flex bar CYCRA probend bar guards SXS skid plate with linkage plate Clutch and water pump guards Frame guards Fastway Evolution III pegs SRT Pro Armor radiator and rear rotor guards Acerbic Front rotor guard TM designs chain guides DID race chain Renthal sprockets Gripper seat FMF F-bomb header Dirt Tricks timing chain tensioner Pro Wheel, wheels Tubliss front and rear New top end and valve adjustment 60 hours old Many more aftermarket parts as well as spare parts and service manuals included in the sale. Willing to include 4 sets of tires with 80% tread left for full price. Great bike with plenty of life left and set up for anything from single track woods to wide open dessert. Can hang with any of the 450's but is much easier to handle in the tight woods. Priced to sell at $6000.00 Willing to consider reasonable offers but no trades or carry.


    Centralia, Washington - US

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    Tubliss removed from BYOB

    I have been using them in both the front and rear for two years now and I believe the issues people are having are mostly due to technique. I can change a Tubliss in the same time as a tube and am a lot less worried about a pinch with Tubliss. Finished second in an offroad race last weekend where I road the last 4 of 7 laps with a flat front. Pulled the tire off, cleaned the wheel and Tubliss bladder, plugged the hole cut by a sharp rock and it is holding air and ready to go again. Moose are the only other system that can survive that. Moose is a good system but I personally don't like them because they are heavier than the Tubliss and are not adjustable like Tubliss. I took the time to learn how the system was designed, picked tough carcass tires (Goldentyre and MotoZ), followed the installation instructions exactly and I personally have never been happier. Be aggressive with the soap and water! I am an expert rider and mechanic with 40 years of racing and extreme trail riding experience to back up my opinion on this.