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XTrainerChuck

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  1. I'd be willing to spend $500 if I knew it would make the forks better for the riding I do. But based on comments I've read, I'm not sure it will. Plus I also hear comments about this fork not lasting due to internal wearing. It's hard to justify dropping money on something that isn't going to last. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE almost everything about the XT. The motor, the brakes, the smaller size, the weight, it climbs like a goat, etc. I even think the rear shock is good after I got it adjusted to my liking. If you have done the cartridge upgrade, please post your likes and dislikes. I loved Barry's review but there wasn't that much about the cartridge upgrade.
  2. I'd be willing to spend $500 if I knew it would make the forks better for the riding I do. But based on comments I've read, I'm not sure it will. Plus I also hear comments about this fork not lasting due to internal wearing. It's hard to justify dropping money on something that isn't going to last. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE almost everything about the XT. The motor, the brakes, the smaller size, the weight, it climbs like a goat, etc. I even think the rear shock is good after I got it adjusted to my liking. If you have done the cartridge upgrade, please post your likes and dislikes. I loved Barry's review but there wasn't that much about the cartridge upgrade other than he rode someone else's bike that had it installed.
  3. I have yet to find a thread on how great the forks are on an XTrainer. I put 15w oil in mine and pretty much maxed out the pre-load and clicker and it made it acceptable but it's still nowhere as good as the 20 year-old forks on my KDX. I think it's totally acceptable to have this bike as-is to make it more affordable but they should have a model with proper suspension. If they did that for $400US less than the RR I think they would sell faster than they could build them. Beta should hire me!
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    Xtrainer drop in fork upgrade available soon

    Thanks ohiodrz400sm. I'm debating on whether to do this upgrade kit or just have Stillwell do the front and the back for a couple bills more.
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    Xtrainer drop in fork upgrade available soon

    Has anyone tried this kit yet? I'd be interested to know how much it helps. I am running a heavier weight oil and full preload on mine. It helped it quite a bit but now it's a little harsh and I'm still not confident at speed.
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    Acerbis Rally Pro Handguards

    Must have.
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    Neutec Tubliss Motorcycle Tire System

    Worth every penny.
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    FMF Racing TurbineCore Spark Arrestor Silencer

    Lighter than stock.
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    FMF Racing Gnarly Pipe

    A must have for KDX.
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    Kawasaki KDX220R 1997

    A legend.
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    Enduro Engineering Radiator Braces

    Fit well and easy installation.
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    Beta Xtrainer 300 (2016)

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    Motor and weight 5 stars. Suspension and stability 1 star.
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    Beta Xtrainer 300 2016

    Motor and weight 5 stars. Suspension and stability 1 star.
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