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duck1973

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  1. duck1973

    2009 KLX 110 carb options?

    I have a 2009 KLX110 that I am looking for an aftermarket carb for. Everything is currently stock and I don't imagine doing anything outrageous to it. The bike had a Chinese carb on it and never runs the same. I had another KLX110 that I swapped its stock carb to and the bike ran great so I know the bike runs fine. What aftermarket carbs do you all recommend for a bone stock bike? I may upgrade exhaust later but not as of now. Thanks!
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    KLX 110 aftermarket CARB options?

    I have a 2009 KLX110 that I am looking for an aftermarket carb for. Everything is currently stock and I don't imagine doing anything outrageous to it. The bike had a Chinese carb on it and never runs the same. I had another KLX110 that I swapped its stock carb to and the bike ran great so I know the bike runs fine. What aftermarket carbs do you all recommend for a bone stock bike? I may upgrade exhaust later but not as of now. Thanks!
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    pw50 rear wheel bearings

    So then would you recommend this kit? I'm still trying to decide or if I should try to order OEM.
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    pw50 rear wheel bearings

    How did you like the bearings? Good quality? Anyone know of any that are better?
  5. duck1973

    Any Known Issues 2011 Cobra 50 sr

    Yes if your not going to be racing, from what I see these bikes have a lot of maintenance needed. If we weren't going to be racing I would definitely be looking at other options. The PW's spoil a person. Very little maintenance and they just run when you want them to.
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    Any Known Issues 2011 Cobra 50 sr

    I just bought a 2012. Overall it is in good condition. Unless they can show receipts for new clutch and basket being installed I would take that into consideration. With tax you will have close to $300 in clutch shoes and arbor if the arbor is needed. I also had to put new brake pads on rear. With the new clutch, arbor, brake pads and tools it added up fast but the bike is running great now. If its just the footpeg then that can be replaced but again those aren't cheap for these bikes. The oil leak is hopefully just an o-ring. I haven't heard of any other issues that stand out other than keep eye on the water pump and seals around the kickstarter. Local dealer also told me to take stator cover off after every moto and spray with brake cleaner and let dissolve and stator cool before putting cover back on. Have had others tell me the same thing. Other than that I am brand new to these little speed demons. Good luck!
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