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  1. For sale is my very complete supermoto setup for a Honda CRF 450 or 250 may also fit others It has aprox 15 min of use on it so its in a like new condition. Included is 17" excel rims laced with s.s. spokes to Honda hubs. Maxis presa slicks front and rear, oem honda rear brake disk, sunstar rear sporcket, renthal front sporcket, cycra probend billet handguards with extra shields, open ended grips and throtle tube to match, the brakes setup is a brembo 4 piston billet lug mount w/ lug, brembo/QTM 320mm front rotor, QTM s.s. brake line, and a Brembo 13mm master cylinder, protection includes a complete SME front and rear axle slider setup w/ spare bare end sliders. Body work includes a Acerbis front fender w/ a supermoto cut. $2000 OBOIm only selling cause my work/school schedule limits riding time. Contact Brian at (562) 708-1943 for more info.
  2. Sounds easy. I've already removed everything except i'm going to cap off the odometer pickup vs. the aftermarket spacer. Now if I could just get UPS to be a little quicker I could have it all done. Thank for the info guys.
  3. I just purchased one and would like to know what it takes to mount it to my x model.
  4. Ricky has made it know that he is interested in nascar. It was in an article a while back, cant remember where but he has a connection over there and stated that he had done some in car testing whith a team. Sounds like a retirement plan to me.
  5. Im running a full R system. I would keep the stock silencer though if you plan on riding anywere that requires a spark arrestor. As far as the power I noticed a top end gain with no notice of loss on the bottom. I would open up the airbox and rejet accordingly to keep the intake and exhaust flows in check.
  6. Does anyone else ever get moisture or condensate in thier crank case vent line? I just drained some from mine, looked like alot in the tube but only like 5 drops came out. I've had a little oil in there before but never moisture, Is this normal?
  7. thanks, your feedback is appreciated.
  8. Ok I need to buy a wheel and paddle setup for my 450X. My first thought was to buy a spare 18" rim(stock) and throw a 8 paddle sand pro on it because the extra width should provide more floatation. Then I thought a 19" rim with a 8 paddle would be fine because it should be lighter and therefore reducing the rotating mass. Then someone recommended a 19" with a 10 paddle. My question is what combination would you run on a 450X?? #1 ... 18" 8-paddle #2 ... 19" 8-paddle #3 ... 19" 10-paddle
  9. Ok I need to buy a wheel and paddle setup soon. My first thought was to buy a spare 18" rim and throw a 8 paddle sand pro on it because the extra width should provide more floatation. Then I thought a 19" rim with a 8 paddle would be fine because it should be lighter and therefore reducing the rotating mass. Then someone recommended a 19" with a 10 paddle. My question is what combination would you run?? #1 ... 18" 8-paddle #2 ... 19" 8-paddle #3 ... 19" 10-paddle
  10. The Hines mount was my second choice, but I chose the flick mount because you can hardly tell its there when the flag is off. The Hines mount on the other hand is comparably funny looking if the whip is not on.
  11. After doing extensive reserch on flag mounts I have found the best solution. http://flickwhip.com/ You drill one hole in the rear fender and presto! Don't waste your time mounting it to the axle, the flag will rub your fender endlesly, will wack your helment constantly, and break more often because of the suspension action/vibration on it. I own one and will never own anything else. nuff said!
  12. Funny thing is that I am a Quality Control Manager for a engineering/machine shop. seriously!
  13. I will jump mine for sure just havn't had the opportunity yet (bikes new), only been about 4 feet off the ground so far. On the other hand I don't think I will ever be at 10". we'll see though. Jumping is fun but if you're hardcore I think you would be better off with a 450r or cr250 for dune jumping.
  14. Im runnin a 170 main and its great. By the way the X seat does not fit as tight as the R. Find some pics of the sides of both bikes and compare the X seat has a larger gap between plastics, my guess is for AIR.
  15. If these are the same wheels that are on e-bay all the time I would steer clear. Even in the picture they look shotty.