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Found 106 results

  1. Denver Mike

    Honda CRF450R (2004)

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    Its a 10 year old motocross bike, with very low hours. Perfect for an Enduro conversion. This bike astounds me. One day I'm riding MX on a track, the next I'm riding in the desert on single track. Its unstoppable, and just so easy and forgiving. I love this bike.
  2. 1 review

    Increase the amount of power available for lighting Wattages listed indicate power available for lighting at 3000 rpm
  3. EndGame

    Honda CRF450R (2006)

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    What's the point of owning it if I can't give it 5 stars?! Seriously, I'm new to the dirt bike world. I've had a Harley, but never played in the dirt. I bought the bike and I'm completely going through it, and making it a dual sport and street legal. The only thing I won't touch is the motor for now, as it was just overhauled before I got it. I think this bike will have more power than I need and will put a smile on my face every time I ride her.
  4. 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.
  5. Michael499

    Athena GET GET Ignition

    1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS Performance MAP Ready inside for Stock Bike & with Racing Exhaust GPA Technology (Get Power Assistance) ready inside, needs only the optional GPA Switch connecting Upload Different Maps via the GPI (GET Power Interface) The TPS sensor can be set to 0 with the 0 TPS Cable with no need of a PC Easy and quick installation, Plug & Play Improved Engine Performance Better Acceleration and Throttle control RPM limiter tuned by GET Engineers (from +100 to max +300 from Stock) in order to gain drivability and performance, well within safety
  6. I have an 09 WR450F that I am making street legal and need to beef up the charging system as the stock is a bit too weak for good lighting. All 3 of these sell a high output stator and regulator kit, Electrosport goes for $153, the others being a little higher. Ricky is on TT and promptly answered a question about output. Anybody used any of these? Good or bad, I want to know before I buy.
  7. hi there, I recently bought the ricky stator ltz400 stator after having seen a post confirming that after soldering the old harness on the new stator worked. unfortunately, after I completed my work, the bike no longer starts. im really not sure where to start. I unplugged the connector with the blue/green/white/grey wires from the box under the seat, and managed to test the blue/green resistance at 0.52 on whatever resistance scale my meter was on. I did not test the black/white wires. the battery is fully charged, the main fuse is intact, the starter runs strongly, the bike just doesnt fire.. it ran fine before taking it apart, so im sure i've messed up the job somewhere along the line. Im going to recheck to make sure I didnt reverse some wires along the way. That cloth insulation is annoying, I finally ended up using an exacto knife to carefully trim it off. thanks, David Mitchell Austin, TX 01 drz400s 78 r100/7
  8. Had a few people who saw my KX250 stator I made ask about one for YZ250's. Check out my thread in the Kawi 2 stroke forum and let me know what you think. looks like the 99-12 share the same bolt pattern on the ignition cover so it should work out well. http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/941124-making-my-own-external-lighting-stator-for-kx250/
  9. 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
  10. Hi everyone, I have a 2000 DRZ 400s. For the past month I have been battling with electrical issues. Figured out it was the stator and replaced it. I did my volt checks and im running at 14.5 volts. So this morning i gear up turn the bike on and start to ride. I was already on reserve when i started my stator repairs so i figure i should go fill up. On the way to the gas station the bike was running fine going through the gears great. I was coming up to a stop sign and the bike sputtered and stopped. I first thought i ran out of gas. I called my wife and she brought me some gas. i filled it up and my wife went onto work. i tried the start the bike and it wouldnt fire up. it didnt sound like it was struggling. I was on a big hill so i tried to bump start it. Coasting down the hill i was having trouble getting out of nutral to 1st gear. The bike wouldn't do it. i pushed the bike home then went to work. My first thought was may be I vapor locked it? I did fill it up pretty full. I also just replaced the stator so im not sure if that could have caused somthing. The stator went in ok and i lock tighted the bolts and tighted them pretty snug. Any help is very appreciated. Im really hoping its a simple fix cause the wife is really getting sick of me buying parts for this bike.
  11. Brywink

    Honda XR100R (2002)

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    It's a good bike, keeps losing spark though
  12. bobkoch

    Yamaha WR450F (2016)

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    So far thrilled. Bike handles great turns in a dime. Takes whoops like a trophy truck!
  13. Michael499

    Kawasaki KX250F (2013)

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    The 2013 KX250fs have been very reliable. Aside from wheel & spoke and chain guide issues, the bikes have held up well to hours of use.
  14. okay73

    Stator output normal?

    In my other thread, I'm describing my pig dies on me. Today I swapped the ignition coil, and still it looks the same. Haven't driven yet though. I did measure the voltage output coming from the stator. When cold and idle it produced some 90volts. When revving it up a bit, the voltage went down... Also, when the engine ran longer, it seemed to go down as well. Is this normal, or did my 7months old stator die on me?
  15. arnego2

    Yamaha YZ250 (2009)

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    Best bike I ever owned. Endless Customization possibilities
  16. skaiter1007

    Honda CRF450X (2006)

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    great bike, tons of power, dual sport capable (and mine is) a little on the heavy side, but i'll get used to it and stronger for controlling the beast that it is haha
  17. tyler90

    Husqvarna SMR 510 (2006)

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    I love this bike but it's always needing something new lol
  18. 3 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Fits all RR 4 Stroke from MY10. Can be used with Force radiator guards.
  19. 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
  20. TuGeTu

    XR400R Spark issues

    Greetings from finland to all TT-Forum gods and everyone blessed with knowledge around my probem.. Introducing myself as a noobie here, but not usually with these things Im beginning to be pretty pissed and fed up with this bike(-97 XR400R), since it never really has worked on me. I've owned it 3 years and only driven about 100miles with it. Even though ive spent thousands of hours building it, i never seem to get it right or then a new error occures. Right now im having problem with losing the spark, after the bike has ran for a minute, and even that time im having a struggle to keep it running with the choke on. It spits and coughs and misfires untill it wont run at all, no matter how much you spin the idle screw or try to rev it.. I have eliminated the first issues with carbs, by trying 3 different ones. Now theres BST40 Mikuni, which worked fine before spark issue, if it would start. At this point i have installed a new spark plug and a new ign coil, but seems that its running even worse than before.. Today i opened the flywheel case, to see if there is some damage in the stator or its friend next to the flywheel picking up ign signal( couldn't remember the name of the component) But they look fine to me. Have any of you had any issues with CDI on these or do you have any idea what the hell is wrong with it? I could borrow a multimeter from my pal, to try measure some components, if i just knew what readings to expect and from where? I suppose a few pics would be nice along with the apology of my bad english
  21. 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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