laroca1

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About laroca1

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  1. I asked this question a couple weeks ago. I went with the cheaper aluminum and a 14-45 gearning. the gearing was excellent smooth power and easier to keep a steady pace through the rough stuff. I will probally go with the Sidewinder or Ironman sprocket when this one shows wear. I think this gearning will do about 95
  2. Thanks for replys. The reason I wanted to go with 45 rear sprocket is I wanted to lenthen my wheelbase to help with the added speed. I ended up with the JT brand I'll see how it works. I'll be in baja this weekend going to gonzaga bay from santa maria to try it out :cool:thanks gotta get ready
  3. I was going to change my gearing to 14-45. Any experience with Renthal, Sidewinder or JT Pro Series sprockets, my shop has the JT Pro Series brand. How does the 14-45 combo work. Thanks
  4. I just got the Moose skid plate I didn't put the foam in so I don't know if it is going to be much louder, I just got the Monster Moto One DVD (not enough baja desert riding) but I had to look twice to notice that Campbell's bike had what looked the stock skid plate on kinda of suprised about that
  5. It would help if I mentioned the bike, it is a 2001 650R. I'm a 4 stroke rookie I didn't know I had a block off kit until I over filled the engine oil and had it blow out from under the seat onto my boots . live and learn thanks for the info.
  6. Do all the smog block off kits use a filter at the end of the crankcase breather tube And is there a better place to put it besides under the seat next to the ignition wires and module.Thanks Laroca1
  7. Does anyone have any feedback on the Stroker exhaust for the 650R I bought the bike with it already on, but I am looking to find out more about it