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  1. I had them on my 15 350 with a rekluse and loved them. I actually modded my clutch to be a pointer finger only lever (as that's how I like to ride) love how thick they are. Very comfortable levers
  2. That's a good question. I do know the 15 to 13s are the same but I never see parts mentioned compatable for 12 to 13/15.
  3. How are the giant wheels on the xc's vs the excels on the sx's? Looking for a 16 xcf myself or waiting for a 17 sxf/xcf.
  4. What wp factory services did you send yours to? There are three authorized places. I sent mine to ride pg and i ride 95% fast desert and absolutely love mine. They are stiffer then my showas(factory connection) on my Suzuki so initial impression was they were dare I say harsh? But in fact I was going to slow. I was trying to ride it like I had to ride my rmz. When I started riding faster the confidence in them kept growing. Highly recommend ride pg
  5. need a code please, will pay it forward thanks
  6. I dont doubt that, but how much coolant did you put in your rads? The reason I ask is Evans recomended filling just to the top of the cores or fins with their product. I haven't boiled any out since using it but I have made my bike get hotter than I wished it would have and I know it for sure would have puked out prior to the Evans.
  7. If you run Evans waterless coolant you won't need a high pressure cap as the Evans doesn't pressure up. With a fully hot bike you can open the radiator cap without issues. Been using the stuff for over a year and love it.
  8. The number is the voltage reading coming from the tps. You can basicaly tune the amount of fuel air ratio across the whole rpm range with it.
  9. Haha looks good! I like you're thinking
  10. I've got the core exp 3.0 on my 350 and didn't notice it being any stronger. I now have a Midwest engineering clever lever cut and shaped for one finger use. And I love it!
  11. You can take this with a grain of salt as I don't have the Scotts I have a motosportz damper but most dampers are a personal setting. Since everyone's riding style is different it won't really cross over much. On mine I like it a little on the stiff side overall. Stiffer on faster terrain and softer on tighter slower stuff. So basically I'd say go ride and play with the settings to see what you like
  12. Yeah i was really surprised when i checked the gps. It was on a slight gravel road sure on a paved one it would be higher. Did it 3 times to make sure it wasnt something goofy
  13. Cheap old under the seat dial is all you need. Works great
  14. On my 15 350sxf i top out around 97-98mph flat out with stock gearing