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Found 44 results

  1. Ernie Allen

    KTM 150 XC (2017)

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    Very light and nimble, great ergos, inspires confidence and makes you want to ride every day. The versatility of the bike is almost unbelievable considering it's only a 150. It has great low end grunt, a midrange that is all about maintaining traction, and a top end that will shock your buddies on bigger bikes. It can be ridden off the pipe with great effectiveness (especially helpful on those slippery days) or it can be ridden like a rocket on the pipe. It resists stalling as well as any bike I've ever owned...and I've owned a LOT! I get 3.5 hours of moderately hard riding per tank of fuel, so the range is among the best in the business. Now the bad news. As delivered the bike does have a couple of serious flaws, but they are easily fixed. The stock reed cage is junk. Replace it immediately with a V-force or Boyesen and you'll never have another worry. The progressive stock power valve spring is not well liked, and most guys replace it with the alternate straight-rate yellow spring. Some even prefer the red spring (from the 250/300's). Once you address the above items (and I recommend doing both before moving on to the next issue) you will still find that the jetting is horribly rich. This MUST be corrected early or you will be buying lots of spark plugs. Don't worry, the Mikuni is a great carb, it just needs to be jetted correctly. Once done you will be rewarded with phenomenal performance.
  2. Hello all, This spring I bought a new '16 wr250f, I absolutely love the bike. Funnest dirtbike I've had yet. The one thing I've been noticing is that I'm having some discomfort, specifically when standing up in the "attack position", I feel like I'm a little too hunched over due to my height. I'm 6'4 and 205lbs. After doing some research I purchased some renthal rc high handlebars.... Idiotic me made the mistake of purchasing them in 7/8 size to save money... I learned today while attempting to install my new bars that the WR250F comes stock with "fat bars". So my new handles bars did not bit. After comparing the two sets of bars it didn't look like I was going to gain much height with the new bars anyway. Has anyone else swapped bars on this generation of the WR250F of done over modifications to help with comfort for tall riders?
  3. 1 review

    Fits Full Size Dirtbikes with 7/8" Bar Mounts DESCRIPTION Quality at an affordable price Manufactured from 6061 T6 aircraft aluminum Knurled center section and clutch end Available in polished or brilliant anodized color Bar pad included Reduces rider fatigue by absorbing impact, shock and vibration
  4. ThumperTalk

    Moose Racing Racing Handlebar

    1 review

    Avoid paying OEM cost for replacement handlebars OEM bend handlebars 7/8 diameter; made from .083 steel tubing
  5. 2 Tardy

    Zeta Racing SX3 Handlebar

    3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS: ZETA revolutionary over-sized handlebar. Tested and developed by Japanese factory riders. Taper shape design makes the bar flexible against vibration while keeping high rigidity. Made of A7075 - T6 aluminum that boasts great strength and durability. Knurled grip area to avoid slippage. Wide range of bends available. Includes injection molded rubber foam SX bar pad. Available in black color.
  6. Hey all show your handlebar set up along with your brush guards or bark busters. Please add brand of bars and guards. Thinking about getting Pro Taper Contour cr high in black or silver or platinum along with Acerbis X factors. In white and red or red with white. See confusing huh? Well for me anyway. Lol thanks all
  7. ThumperTalk

    ProTaper Contour Handelbar

    42 reviews

    Color: Black Made with aerospace aluminum, 5mm wall tubing Chemically applied unsticker graphics Knurled clutch side for secure grip 1/4in cut guides for precise modification Includes high density molded pad Great value for bar/pad combo Bar for every application
  8. ThumperTalk

    Vortex 0 Degree Clip-On Handlebar

    2 reviews

    Race-proven technology Handlebar can be replaced without buying an entire new clip-on assembly because handlebar is not welded to clamp Clamp is CNC machined from a solid block of 7075 T-6 aluminum Choice of 0 Degree or 7 Degree bend Machined plastic bar ends and stainless steel fasteners Order by size of fork tube
  9. DarkCRF

    Honda CRF250R (2011)

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    Very like the ease to innitiate to this bike. Good suspension setup, nice handling but a little lack in power. I upgrade it throught the years with this : Suspension : Stiffer .46kg/mm Factory Connection fork springs, Factory Connection lowering link, thicker FF5 Factory Connection oil in the HSSD. So the bike is now more stable without sacrifying is handling Engine : C4MX ported cylinder head, Pro Circuit camshaft and complete valvetrain, Yoshimura RS4 full exhaust, Moto Tassinari Air4orce, TUF 43mm Throttle body insert, EBC HD clutch spring, Twin air filters, PC racing Pro seal, removed backfire screen with a remaped ECM by Eddie Sisneros. I have now a better response, strong power everywhere with a lot of overrev. Control : Renthal twinwall handlebar, Zeta rubber killer, Zeta fold back lever, Motion pro revolver throttle system, Motion pro grips, Tusk footpegs. Drive : DID VT2 Xring chain, Supersprox stealth 48 teeth rear sprocket, Supersprox 13 teeth front sprocket, Zeta axle blocs. Body : Custom plastics mix, Custom graphic kit, Factory FX B4 seat cover, Cycra full armor skid plate, Work connection Holeshot device, Work connection Radiators braces, Black rims, Red anodized look hubs, Michelin tire, Moose spokes set, Zeta, breather, clips, plugs, washer and cap. With all this upgrade the bike became a real beast on the track.
  10. ThumperTalk

    Burly Brand 1in. Longhorn Bars

    1 review

    Handle Bar Size: 1in. Color: Chrome Constructed of steel tubing with knurled center Similar in design to the Beach Bar Made in the U.S.A.
  11. ThumperTalk

    BBR Motorsports Handlebar Kits

    1 review

    Raises handlebars for adult back-yard racing Gold or black anodized, CNC machined, billet aluminum top clamp Chrome-moly 8 rise handlebar Front brake lever with long cable Standard turn throttle with long cable and custom carb top CR type kill button with long length wires BBR crossbar pad and grips
  12. 2 reviews

    Color: White Excellent quality Best value for your dollar .083 walled carbon steel construction Quality seamless Tig (heliarc) welded crossbar for strength Baked epoxy coating End cap standard Bar pad included
  13. ThumperTalk

    Renthal Fatbar Handlebar

    26 reviews

    Color: Blue Features a tapered outer wall resulting in a 1 1/8in. clamping diameter and 7/8in diameter at the control ends 7010 T6 aluminum with a braceless design and 5.0mm wall thickness at the bends to add strength Laser etched positioning grid Knurled grip area increases bonding between bars and grips Shot peened, anodized finish protects against corrosion Requires1 1/8in. bar mounts
  14. ThumperTalk

    ProTaper EVO Handlebar

    29 reviews

    The EVO Bar is the evolution of all the best features of the original Pro Taper and Contour models. The Pro Taper EVO handlebar employs the latest bend of proprietary alloys and processing techniques in manufaturing. The EVO model utilizes a computer 4mm wall design, thus making the handlebar lighter and giving it a more sensitive feel. The EVO is based on the same platform as our original Pro Taper bar but we have added some great improvements All EVO handlebars are manufatured to more exact rise and pullback specifications and tolerances to provide a consistent and accurate feel Independent lab tests show that the EVO handlebars outlast every other handlebar on the market in fatigue life The EVO handlebar incorporates a unique coating inside the tubing of the handlebar to resis corrosion The use of left side knurling provides maximum grip traction Chemicaly applied graphics are scratch resistant, cannot peel and provide long lasting appeal Handlebar end plugs help keep the elements out of the handlebar tubing and aid in longer grip wear EVO has the best balance between fatigue life, impact strength and impact absorbing flex
  15. 3 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Handlebar setup is critical to the comfort and confidence we all desire from our machines. They bind us to our bikes and when set in just the right position, make the ride as comfortable as our home sofas. Move those bars a few millimeters fore or aft, or change the bend a few degrees and you lose that comfort and just don’t feel at home anymore. TECHINICAL FEATURES Constructed from aerospace grade aluminum. Available in nine bends, in both 7/8” and 1-1/8” bar sizes. Can be ordered with bar pad color of your choice (ten color options).
  16. ThumperTalk

    Renthal 7/8in. Handlebar

    36 reviews

    Handle Bar Size: 7/8in. Color: Silver World-famous Renthal handlebars have claimed more World Championships and U.S. MX titles than all other handlebars combined Exclusive aerospace aluminum alloy is precisely engineered for the best combination of strength and fatigue reduction Oversize tube is machined down to 7/8 to ensure a perfect diameter and prevent the handlebar from slipping in the clamps Shot-peened finish for improved fatigue life Laser-marked positioning grid An exclusive copyrighted lightweight clamping system for the cross brace; bolted and bonded to increase strength Special Edition bars are silver with colored ends Each bar features a dual-anodized finish
  17. CRF450XINOZ

    Honda XR250R (1993)

    4 comments

    I thought I would add my 93 XR250R to the garage (again) to document what I have done to it, It looked like something you would find at a wrecking / salvage yard when I got it, It was missing the carby, Front caliper, Headlight, Front guard, Side covers & other odds & ends but I could see that it was actually still in very good condition & it just needed the missing parts replaced & a good tidy up, Luckily the motor is good & runs sweet after fitting an XR250L pumper carby which is now jetted to XR250R specs I am collecting the necessary parts to rebuild the top end soon At this stage n XR's Only seat cover & graphics would make it look a bit better Dunlop D605 fitted on the rear XR's Only stainless exhaust Header pipe Custom fitted White Brothers E-Series muffler (If anyone happens to have the discs or a complete maybe damaged E-Series muffler with the discs & Elliptical end cap setup (which would also be a great donor for what I need) laying round please let me know) New RHK fatbar mounts & Tag 1-1/8" fatbars fitted, Makes the ergo's much better for me, A bit taller & looks sweet too New white 15.9L / 4.2 Gal Clarke tank New 42 tooth Renthal sprocket fitted, + I have a spare 44 teeth Renthal sprocket also Just fitted, Baja Designs headlight, Moose skid plate & some XR's Only (Custom/were to suit XR600 oversize IMS) tank decals / Graphics Very close to an engine rebuild now, I have a new 77mm JE piston kit, Cometic gaskets, Brand new in the packet OEM XR250R camshaft, Brand new Honda rocker cover + lotsa other goodies to sort out the rebuild, Looking for a good used 88-95 XR250R cylinder head, Anyone have one laying round? Just fitted some CRF450R forks & a 2010 CRF450R front wheel using a set of Emig Racing billet triple clamps Time to move on & sell this sweet old 93 XR250, Anyone interested send me a PM! SOLD!!! Went to the new owner after he handed me $2750AU, A bargain really He is very happy with it especially being a very different looking & unique XR250, Sad to see it go but I am very happy with my near new 09 CRF450X which takes my riding level way beyond, The CRF450X is a whole lot more of a bike, Anyone looking to do a bit more than just ride trails should definitely step up to a 450X!
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