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b-man

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  1. I own a 2000 XT350 and as many of you are aware it seems to be dificult to find any aftermarket support for our bikes. Here is a list of parts etc.. that I have found for our XT's. Exhaust: Supertrapp 611-4350. Jetson Racing (found on e-bay) is similar to old Supertrapp. Fork springs: Progressive Suspension 11-1136, firmer at bottom but too soft for me at top. Cannon Racecraft 29595 (I still have to confirm with them that they will fit). Rear shock: Works Performance makes one but big bucks!!. Chain: Sprocket Specialists sells a 520 chain conversion. Carb Jets: Yamaha parts. #48 pilot 43f-14342-24. #140 main 288-14343-70. I haven't tried these yet but told they should fit. Bat-Pac sell a battery eliminator for the XT350. Clarke makes a biger tank. If anyone knows the stock front and rear spring rates please let me know. Also feel free to add to this list and help us XT350 owners out. Thanks
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    Bat Pac

    Has anyone used a battery eliminator and how did it work out for you? Thanks
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    xt350 forks

    Seeing as winter time is setting in up here in Canada I'll be rebuilding my bike for next spring. I've seen a few threads on here about too soft front suspension on XT350's and was wondering if any one has installed pre 95 air fork caps or made their own air fork caps as an inexpensive solution to help firm up their front end? Any pros or cons to this solution would be appreciated. Thanks
  4. Seeing as winter time is setting in up here in Canada I'll be rebuilding my bike for next spring. I've seen a few threads on here about too soft front suspension on XT350's and was wondering if any one has installed pre 95 air fork caps or made their own air fork caps as an inexpensive solution to help firm up their front end? Any pros or cons to this solution would be appreciated. Thanks
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