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  1. Does anyone know of a good looking rear fender for the 650L. I have the maier mx fender but even after trimming it I still dont like it.
  2. Anyone have any exhaust leaks on their CR 250? My bike leaks where the pipe meets the cylinder and where the silencer and pipe connect. I have replaced the o-ring gasket 3 times and it still hasnt stopped. Could it be the Pro-circuit system?
  3. I have a 2005 Honda xr 650L with supermoto wheels with a little chain rub on the tire. Is this normal? What do i do?
  4. I have a 05 Honda XR 650L that I ride only on the street. I just bought some excel supermoto wheels that I had the local motorcycle shop lace onto my stock hubs. The front wheel fits nice and wont be a problem but when I looked at the rear I noticed that the sprocket was just about flush with the 170 rear tire which would cause the chain to rub. I am downsizing to a 150 tire but the shop still doesn’t think it will have enough clearance. Does anyone know if it is possible to offset the wheel just enough to push the sprocket out past the tire allowing the chain to clear? How much will this affect the handling of the bike due to the fact that the front and rear wheel are no longer perfectly aligned with eachother? Will the bike still track straight down the road?
  5. I have a 05 Honda XR 650L that I ride only on the street. I just bought some excel supermoto wheels that I had the local motorcycle shop lace onto my stock hubs. The front wheel fits nice and wont be a problem but when I looked at the rear I noticed that the sprocket was just about flush with the 170 rear tire which would cause the chain to rub. I am downsizing to a 150 tire but the shop still doesn’t think it will have enough clearance. Does anyone know if it is possible to offset the wheel just enough to push the sprocket out past the tire allowing the chain to clear? How much will this affect the handling of the bike due to the fact that the front and rear wheel are no longer perfectly aligned with eachother? Will the bike still track straight down the road?
  6. I put a pro-circuit T-4 System on my 05 650L which gave it a nice tone
  7. I have a maier fender on my 05 650l with a baja designs LED tailight mounted under the fender.
  8. I have a 05 Honda XR 650L that I ride only on the street. I just bought some excel supermoto wheels that I had the local motorcycle shop lace onto my stock hubs. The front wheel fits nice and wont be a problem but when I looked at the rear I noticed that the sprocket was just about flush with the 170 rear tire which would cause the chain to rub. I am downsizing to a 150 tire but the shop still doesn’t think it will have enough clearance. Does anyone know if it is possible to offset the wheel just enough to push the sprocket out past the tire allowing the chain to clear? How much will this affect the handling of the bike due to the fact that the front and rear wheel are no longer perfectly aligned with eachother? Will the bike still track straight down the road? Thanks