TOMMY_boy

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About TOMMY_boy

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    Ontario
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    dirtbikin, and more dirtbikin
  1. Leatt Club. no complaints
  2. Damn man i love those 848's. Sick ass bike!
  3. Ive been hearing about these different types of clutches for a while and never really understood what the rekluse really does. Also with a hinson slipper clutch what are the benefits and are both these different clutch types worth the money? Thanks Tommy
  4. Mine has been bulletproof except for clutch. My clutch basket went pretty quick so I replaced it with a hinson and its been mint eversince!
  5. did you have any issues after switching to the OEM clutch kit? The thing is, my bike started to have these symptoms after a while with the oem clutch kit. I swapped the oem's with a barnett dirt digger kit and same problem. Im thinking now, I only replaced the fibres, is it possible the steel plates are worn and causing this??
  6. HAHA you mean love the sand!!!!!
  7. Couple Pics from riding this weekand. Track is Gopher dunes, and this was the Redbull sponsored CMRC ride day. Last photo has a little photoshop
  8. Same here! I felt like i was learning to ride again! the sand definately kicked me in the ass.
  9. Yea i saw halstead get murked on the finish line jump. He was riding a suzuki right?
  10. NICE PICS, Kyle Keast was tearing it up!!
  11. Im having the same problem on my 06 crf450. Its like when I first start the bike and start riding the clutch is jerky, but it doesnt really feel like its slipping. I Changed my friction plates but still the same problem. I run amsoil 10-40 in the tranny. Also I have a hinson clutch basket and stiffer clutch springs. Im clueless as to what can be causing this.
  12. Went riding today to gopher dunes, in Courtland Ontario. Track is pure sand and pretty harsh on the body!!
  13. Sometimes its better to spend a little more $$ when your buying a bike, but buy a new, or lightly used bike. I bought my bike new in 06 (crf450r) and have had nothing but good experiences with it. Dont get me wrong, ive rebuilt the head once and change the piston/rings once a season but other then regular service and a couple broken levers here and there its been bullet proof.
  14. amazing pics, was a great show!
  15. When you say for show, will it hold up like an OEM header?