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  1. bagman2

    Endless Options I'm lost...

    Hi I just came off a CRF 150rb expert. It is MX not a woods bike. Gearing sucked in the woods and on climbs. I’m 5’3 and weight 117. I bought a new 2018 beta Xtrainer. I had it lowered 2 inches softer fork spring and rear shock spring. I also put 1 inch lower seat on it. I now have 4 rides on it. Seems to be a great bike. It pulls like a tractor in the climbs. The power is super smooth for a 2 stroke. You should buy enduro bikes you will be much happier.
  2. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    Looks cool thanks
  3. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    I think I would still get the pipe guard even if I decide to get the gnarly. Thanks
  4. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    Thanks forbtge info
  5. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    Hi I’m not on FB but did check out the post you sent. Seems like a good deal. I’m now thinking of buying gnarly thanks
  6. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    Hi markbfe501, nice having 3 of them to destroy. P-Tech seems like way to go so that doesn’t happen
  7. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    Thanks for info. I’m now thinking about getting the Gnarly
  8. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    Thanks for the info and pic. It looks great!
  9. bagman2

    Xtrainer 2018 Pipe Guard

    I’m looking to put on a pipe guard. I want something light weight but strong. Any suggestions. Thanks
  10. bagman2

    New 2018 Xtrainer

    Hi thanks for the info. I now have 3 rides on the Xtrainer. The power is really smooth. The bike has great low end torque and climbs really well. I'm surprised that the bike being a 2 stroke does not have that big hit of power. The one thing that seems weird to me is, just touching the ground with my tiptoes and had the following work done to lower the bike. 2 inch lowering kit installed along with 1 inch lower seat. The rear shock spring was replaced with a lighter spring for my weight of 120lbs. The sag was setup for me but just touching the ground with my tiptoes. The standard seat height is 35.8 inches, I had 3 inches lowered, the seat height should now be 32.8 inches but its not... More like 34 inches. Not sure what I'm missing?
  11. bagman2

    New 2018 Xtrainer

  12. bagman2

    New 2018 Xtrainer

    I picked up my new 2018 Xtrainer 2 days ago. Can't wait to ride it this weekend. I was riding a 2017 Honda CRF 150RB. I'm 5'3 and weigh 120. I had the Xtrainer lowered 2 inches and lighter spring in the front fork and rear shock. I'm wondering what the Xtrainer power will be like from the CRF 150RB since that was a 4 stroke race bike?
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