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      HOW TO: 4-STROKE PISTON REPLACEMENT DONE RIGHT!

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  1. I've been running the Atrax SX1 and am actually really impressed. I haven't tried the MX51 but I feel the SX1 is on par with the old 756's but they wear much better...
  2. Looks good man. What did you use to clean that engine up with? It looks brand new...
  3. Just to add to everyone else; stay on the balls of your feet, squeeze like hell with your knees, ride a gear or two high coming in, keep your elbows up, practice...
  4. They look sweet...and very expensive! I've liked how Marzocchi forks performed on the MTB I'm sure they will feel amazing after set up
  5. Well, I'm not 100% certain but I believe if you use the 08 motor mounts when installing it should fit no problem. I belive that the frames for 07-08 were the same but the mounts were changed to affect the handling? Can anyone confirm?
  6. If the cam chain is too tight the kickstarter will be really hard to use. Be careful with this cause you could snap the cam chain if not properly adjusted. Might be worth checking out...
  7. I went out to Harbour Freight and bought a powder coating system/paint and picked up an oven off of Craigs List for cheap. Powder coating is super easy and it has saved me so much money. It holds up well and looks good. Your rims should be fine.
  8. Awesome. Congrats! I love my 08, it's a fun bike!
  9. Motocross

    Good read!
  10. Supercross

    The pic with Dungey and the other with Windham in the corner is super sweet. Thanks for the post!
  11. That's a good post! A unique way of going about installing some parts without the specialty tools
  12. Great bike! I bought mine brand new and didn't have to touch the valves until I hit my 67 hour mark. I am at almost 80 now and they are still good. I love it! I haven't had any issues regarding anything other than the chain guide, but that's an easy fix. Great bike with lots of power, you'll love it.
  13. I just did mine recently (inner and outer chambers) and I used 32ounces for both forks. I'm not at home so I can't look, but I know it was like 16 ounces per fork for inner and outer...Sorry I can't be more specific...
  14. -Honda -Kawasaki -Yamaha -Suzuki -KTM These brands will be your biggest or most popular.