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  1. 1 review

    Keep your bike cool with Trail Tech's Universal Fan Kit. This fan kit is easy to install and operate.
  2. bobkoch

    Yamaha WR450F (2016)

    0 comments

    So far thrilled. Bike handles great turns in a dime. Takes whoops like a trophy truck!
  3. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION Universal AC Voltage Regulator Improved AC Regulator with Adjustable Output. Universal voltage regulator limits voltage to 12.0-16.0 volts for AC systems (DC systems require a regulator/rectifier.) Conditions circuit to eliminate electrical spikes, protect from lamp blow-outs, and reduce flicker and dimming. •“Dial-a-Brightness” for halogen and quartz lights: At 14+ VAC setting, the lamps will approach HID lumens (~70%) but lamp life is short (good for racing.) ~25 hour lamp life. At standard setting, about 13.8 VAC, the lamps should last about 500 hours. At minimum setting, the lamps are not as bright as HID (~30%), but last over 1,000 hours. Included in Trail Tech plug-and-play high-output AC electrical systems with model-specific connectors; no cutting or splicing required. Designed and manufactured by Trail Tech.
  4. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Yamaha OEM from a 2001 WR. Crankshaft is same, so rotor and stator are direct fits.
  5. arnego2

    Yamaha YZ250 (2009)

    0 comments

    Best bike I ever owned. Endless Customization possibilities
  6. JustTakeItEasy

    KTM 450 SX-F (2013)

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    Street legal in AZ, this 450SXF. Started with trail ready, kept going to full street legal. Easy to get plated in AZ. Pain in the ass and expensive to do all this on MX bike, but mad fun to have the 450SXF on the trails, open desert and bush. TBT suspension Rekluse Auto Core EXP Fastaway System3 Overbar Steering Stabilizer Fasst Flexx bars Baja Designs Squadron Pro LED Headlight Rear LED tail kit from EXC with (exc rear fender swap) 70 watt upgraded stator Promoto Billet black kickstand Trailtech Striker digi gauge Seat Concepts low seat Moose Racing front fender dual sport pack Moose Racing rear render velcro cylinder pack Doubltake fold down mirror ProMotoB Billet rear rack - black Fastway linkage protection TrailTech radiator fan kit Bulletproof radiator guards Bulletproof chain guide/swingarm guards Ricochet skidplate FMF muffler Black Excel rims Cycra handguards Orange Anodized unbreakable levers OdiLock grips DirtTricks sprockets and Did gold series chain Warp 9 adjustable rear brake pedal with flexx Warp 9 gear selector with flexx Fastway Adventure footpegs Tm designworks chain guide Padiator - rear brake radiator
  7. DoodleWoods

    KTM 250 XC-W (2015)

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    Great motor, great suspension, great handling. Rides better than it looks. Fast as eff. Easy to work on and maintain. A keeper for life. Needs a few mods for added comfort on the road, but overall, there's no bike I'd rather be on.
  8. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION I bought the AMR racing ignition coil as a replacement for my stock YZ250 ignition coil, also racing I presume My stock ignition coil gave up on me and I used a Honda CRF 450 ignition coil while waiting for the AMR racing coil. I have to say I'm a happy customer. Engine runs cleaner, and all around happier than before. So far I did just 90 minutes but they convinced me. I got the coil for USD 50 which added joy to my purchase. When testing I noted a stronger spark and measuring with the famous but inexact method seat of pants method I'd say the bike gained power. A cleaner burn can have that effect I guess. I bought the AMR racing coil for a blaster but it works just fine in my YZ 250 2009
  9. arnego2

    Yamaha YZ250 (2009)

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    Best bike I owned so far. Even tried to kill me twice.
  10. Hey guys, I have a very frustrating problem. My valve cover gasket keeps blowing on my 07 wr450f. it blew a few weeks ago so I replaced it and adjusted my valve clearance while I was in there. I put it all back together and it blew again after about 2 hours of riding. This time when it blew, it blew hard. Both the half-moons came completely out and there was about a 5 foot cloud of grey smoke that shot out from the half-moons. I was able to put the valve cover gasket back in over lunch. I removed the breather hose and checked it for clogs, nothing. Just as a test i left the breather hose disconnected to ensure it was not clogged. 2 hours later it blew. Im pretty frustrated. This is my first bike ever and i don't know how to fix it. Do you guys have any suggestions?
  11. arnego2

    Yamaha YZ250 (2009)

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    Excellent bike. A lot of aftermarket parts plus OEM parts available to make it more offroad friendly. Best suspension available IMO
  12. brickson98

    BBR Motorsports Rev Box

    1 review

    PRODUCT INFORMATION Eliminates the 9800 rpm rev limiter and provides a hotter advance curve. Eliminates the 9800 rpm rev-limiter of the OEM ignition Direct replacement for the OEM CDI ignition box Hotter advance curve
  13. brickson98

    Honda CRF150F (2003)

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    Great bike. It's getting a little slow for me though.
  14. I tried to ask this question in a diff thread, but things got lost in translation, so sorry for repeating myself... So I have a Hot Rod crank, and seems they are build goofy, as in crank tilted against the flywheel meaning the woodruff key grove is about 5 degree rotated. For me that means that the OEM settings of 0.18 mm (0.007 in) is very close to maximum, as in what I can turn the stator to the left (se picture). I can actually turn it a bit more to the left, that measurement (se other picture) is about 0.25 mm (0.1 in) That means I I can make it a bit more advanced, but in contrast, I have way more possibilities to make it super retarded. I did not measure how far I can go... My issue. It back fires when I kick start it. Push in the kill button, and it's normal two stroke compression (no high comp stuff). But as I try to fire it up, it kicks back and kills my foot and has broken two kick axles. I can kick it a tiny bit when it's cold, but I need to just use the last bit of kick travel, like one RPM and it sometimes to fire it up. When it is worm, seems to kick back worse. It runs great, but tons of torque, but a bit to jumpy on low RPM and flattens out a bit early. So how does this relate to ignition? I figure my ignition comes very early, like piston has barely left TDC when the explosion comes, it so close to the TDC it sometimes fires back, hence my foot and kick axle gets tortured. What I would like I think is to make it fire later on, so there's no risk of it turning backwards and kicking back? I figure this means I would like to make it more advanced? Retarded means close to TDC? The bang happens after TDC, but the ignition happens before TDC, but it takes time to make the bang, hence it comes when the piston is going down. So if my theory is correct, I need to go more advanced (?) meaning I want to turn the stator more than the holes allows me, can I open this space up a bit more? Figure I want to go another degree or so. I turned the stator all the way to the opposite direction, meaning way retarded (?), newer go full retard (LOL), but same issue... What is missing? I'm doing something wrong?
  15. VMBeazel

    Honda XR400R (2004)

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    This street-legal 2004 XR400 is a bullet-proof, trail-riding tractor, with no radiator to bash in, valves that never need regapping, and after adding a Mikuni pumper carb, the perfect trail-bike that can be brapped over logs and rocks, and ridden in whatever gear happens to be handy. And just because I love it so much, I change the oil about once a year. Starts on first kick after pumping the starter to TDC and if I can remember not to touch the throttle at all (pumper carb easily floods engine otherwise).
  16. RedHairRedPig

    Honda XR650R (2004)

    0 comments

    If you are strong enough, and play with the clutch enough, it can do everything except MX/SX.
  17. gize

    Yamaha WR450F (2016)

    0 comments

    Uncork and get on dirt and you'll love it. On pavement, not the greatest, but it's made for dirt of course.
  18. punkrockkiel

    Honda CRF450R (2007)

    0 comments

    good
  19. New User but I have been reading anything I can find on TT and other forums. 2004 Yamaha WR450. Ran great without a single issue, wanted to drive it on the street so bought the Baja Designs Enduro kit (which side note, might have been a mistake). Installed the Enduro kit with new Baja Designs Regulator/Rectifier - I modified the stator myself but tested the resistance and it is good at just about .5 ohms. Post install, hopped on the bike and went on 5 or so rides (3-4 hours each) - Bike would start right up with the e-start during any part of the ride and after I got home. (I should have checked the charging voltage after the install but didn't) Bike was then in the garage for only 2 weeks while I put new chain and sprockets on. I forgot to keep my battery tender connected while I was working on it. Tried to charge battery and it was toast. So buy a new battery. I then went for a short ride about an hour and the bike dies. but dead dead dead. Get home after a good Samaritan gave me a ride and new battery is toast. So buy another new battery and start diagnosing. Bike starts and runs fine with my jump box or fully charged battery the charging voltage at the battery posts jumps around between .9-5.5 but definitely not enough to charge. Checked my work on the stator, workmanship still looks good and still .5 ohms resistance Checked the charging voltage out of the regulator/rectifier and it is 13.8-14.2 - so good right. Tried to check the resistance on the charging coil connection but could not get a reading Checked the resistance on the AC Magneto and it was good. What Am I Missing? Let me know what you all think.....
  20. HELLO I have wanted some lights on my bike as all my buddy as are getting them and now I have an excuse to buy some lights. We all have mx bikes, and they are all going the trailtech way and replacing the stator and such, they are using the ktm style number plate light setup. I want to do something different for the following reasons: 1. only want a light on the bike when needed (has to be easy to remove) 2. not very happy with the amount of light the lights I mentioned above provide 3. want to spend $300 So I have been doing a bunch of reading and I figure my best option is a LED light bar powered by some sort of rechargeable battery. I was thinking about using lipo battery's as I fly quadcopters when I'm not riding so I have alot of experience with them. Alot of people say lipo's are dangerous and they are if used wrong but if they are not overcharged I see no problem with them (I have witnessed them fall from 500+ feet and take direct impact on more than one occasion, battery was unusable but no explosions or anything like that.) I found a nice light bar that is probably over kill but figure if I'm gunna have light the more the better. The light is a 9 inch led light bar it has 6 3w spot led's in the middle with 6 3w flood led's on either side for a total of 18 led's 54w 3.4 amps. The light comes with a mount that can be moved around anywhere on the light, so I am going to order a second mount and use two and secure it near the top of my number plate. the light is 49.95 Canadian dollars so pretty well free to those Americans reading this free shipping. The battery I will probably get is a 8000mah 3cell lipo, two of them they are $43 from hobbyking. some other things I will get from hobbyking: 5.5mm bullet connectors for easy removal, a cheap battery charger(just to show what it would cost to buy the whole setup),a bunch of shrink tube to cover wires and a voltage meter/low voltage alarm. After I wrote that I decided it sounded like a good plan so I just ordered everything hope it gets here soon, I spent $294cnd. I will leave a list of everything I bought as well as a build log when all the parts arrive. P.s. I have no idea what I'm doing but will have working lights by the end. Light bar : http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/361482391826 battery: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__20845__ZIPPY_Flightmax_8000mAh_3S1P_30C_Lipo_Pack_US_Warehouse_.html charger: https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=15168 bullet connectors: https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=39465 heat shrink tube (I ordered 2mm-10mm sizes but only really need 4mm): https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=79918 voltage meter/alarm: https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=34120
  21. tyler90

    Husqvarna SMR 510 (2006)

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    I love this bike but it's always needing something new lol
  22. There it is, your new project bike you brought home. First thing you do is try and start it. No start, checking for spark, no spark. What do you do? Well follow this video and your trusty service manual. It may just be the magneto or stator coils that have failed. Here is how to check them.
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