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  1. 1 review

    Made from durable Zytel nylon Easily installs in minutes on most motorcycles without requiring grip removal Fits most Honda/Kawasaki/Suzuki/Yamaha Fits 1in. Clamp
  2. 2 reviews

    Manufactured from high-grade aluminum Lower cost, yet higher quality than stock replacements Folding shift tip with knurled tip for accurate shifts Tip and lever assembled with bolt instead of rivets Replaceable pivot hardware allows for extended shift lever life Replacement pin available
  3. 2 reviews

    Complete kit with bearings and seals
  4. 4 reviews

    For Linked Honda CR/CRF/CRFX and Kawasaki KX/KXF Models
  5. ThumperTalk

    Acerbis Rally Profile Handguards

    3 reviews

    Lightweight yet strong handguards at an affordable price Polypropylene construction for high-impact resistance Allow use with hydraulic clutch systems and cable clutches with on-the-fly adjustment wheels Comes equipped with X-Rally universal mount kit and bar inserts; fits 7/8in., Pro Taper, Magura, and Twin Wall aluminum handlebars Replacement plastic and mount kits available separately
  6. pilot4yahms

    Yamaha YZ450F (2008)


    fastest bike I've ever rode
  7. B_Glasgow

    Honda FT500 Ascot (1982)


    Nice bike, I had to up the gearing a bit to get it to be a real highway bike. Lots of fun to ride, very light, nice sound, easy to work on. Fairly rare nowadays....
  8. While some are fortunate enough to have built-in grab holes, many of us don't. Trying to swing the rear of many bikes can get to be a handful, especially with a hot pipe in proximity, and no handy place to grab onto. I made this strap, and attached it between the seat bolts, since if the sub-frame can handle me sitting on it, it should be able to handle a tug up now and then. Start off with a old backpack strap about 15" long or so, (2) 1/4" diameter eyelets, and an eyelet pliers. The pliers cost me $8, and the eyelets were $2 for a box of 15, all at WalMart, or you can visit any craft or fabric store. On my DRZ, 13" seemed about right, when you measure yours, be sure you leave enough room to slide your hand between the seat and strap comfortably so you can lift/swing the rear of the bike. You will want to sew over the ends so they don't fray apart. After sewing over the ends, install the eyelets in the strap, be sure to leave about 1/4" to 3/8" between the eyelet and the end of the strap, to prevent it being pulled out. When installing on the bike, be sure to place a washer between the bolt head and the eyelet, this will help prevent the eyelet from tearing out of the webbing. Total investment $10, and a person can make 7 of these with one box of eyelets, so that makes the cost less than $2 per strap. As long as you don't have anything sticking out of your back pocket, you won't catch on the strap. It just slides out of the way.
  9. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION As used by Davi Millsaps, Blake Wharton, Jason Anderson of Rockstar Energy Racing. The new RS line is unlike any on the market today. The Rubber / Solid design is the best of both worlds. Proprietary urethane elastomer bushings provide excellent vibration damping characteristics. This strong and abrasion resistant formula withstands over 2200 PSI. These elastomer bushings are contained in machined pockets on the top clamp. Then, precision machined Stainless steel collars are inserted into the elastomer bushings providing a mechanical restraint while still isolating the bar mounts from vibration. The bar mount is then secured with a strong grade 10.9 bolt. The proper torque secures the bar mount and pre-loads the elastomer bushings. Pre-load ensures the bushings completely fill the pockets and isolate the bar mounts. This is a much better system than the previous conical shaped bushings. Also included in the kit is a set of 6061 aluminum bushings. These precision machined solid bushings fit into the pockets in place of the elastomer bushings and create a solid mount system. You decide which mount system you want depending on the type of riding you are doing. Then add your choice of bar mount. Bar mounts are available for standard or oversized bars and three height options in most cases. All feature offset mounting holes for adjusting handlebar location. Top it off with the included one piece bar clamp to tie both mounts together and you have a twist-free Rubber or Solid system. The lower clamp is precision machined from 7075T6 Aluminum (yeild strength of 73KSI). Set includes R/S Top Triple, elastomer and solid bushings, bar mounts, one piece bar clamp, lower triple clamp and hardware. Made in the USA! Stem and bearing sold separately but will be pressed at no charge.
  10. Not too long ago I bought a '13 drz400sm and I'm loving it. I'm now looking to get some handguards for it, but because of the fatbar (1 1/8" diameter, correct me if I'm wrong), I'm a bit lost for what my options are. Like I said, I'm new to this so I'm sure this is a very simple question for almost all of you. Wind protection isn't something that I care about; I've been riding with no handguards and my hands feel perfectly fine (plus I live in Australia so it really isn't very cold anyway). I'm preferably looking for handguards with no plastics (painted black is another huge bonus), something like the MSR evolution in black, but that would fit the fatbar. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. I'm not sure which brands make handguards that will fit the fatbar or which brands have a reputation of good quality, so if you have any experience with this please let me know. Thanks again! EDIT: So after looking a bit harder I found quite a few that would work perfectly fine, but the new question becomes where do you buy these in Australia? If anyone has any idea where I can buy some 1 1/8" black hanguards without plastics in Aus, I'd really appreciate you letting me know.
  11. MX_Peter

    Suzuki RM250 (2007)


    Went from CRF250 4T to RM250 2T...best decision ever made!
  12. ThumperTalk

    ARC Flex Clutch Lever

    2 reviews

    Adjustable for hand size and designed to flex during impact Shown are the pushrod style and ball bearing contact style for the brake lever Also supplied with the brake is a sleeve and bolt that almost eliminates up and down play
  13. Dunny50

    Yamaha YZ450F (2015)


    One of the best bike I've ridden
  14. iRideYellowOnly

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2004)


    Plenty of power and fun to ride. Only flaw is the weak aluminum engine case, my chain came off and raped around the front sprocket massing pinning my case saver against to clutch busting the case. But no loss of compression or oil leak. Overall I'm happy with mu Suzuki.
  15. 1 review

    Hammerhead billet Shifters are made from 6061 Aerospace billet aluminum Folding spring loaded tips are tunable to different boot sizes Adjustable upward and downward with shim placement and fore and aft with optional shift tips Add to the overall length of the shift lever with optional tips
  16. Xr650r rider cam

    Honda XR650R (2000)


    I absolutely love this bike! Power wheelies in 3rd and 4th .... just so much power!
  17. 3 reviews

    Tuberider aluminum throttle tube has a factory race design with relief cuts to secure the grip and provide recesses for better hold. Anodized aluminum 6061.
  18. 2 reviews

    PRODUCT INFORMATION If you’re looking for a great cost effective grip, look no further. With these Tag Metals Custom MX Grips you will get all the comfort and durability of a high priced grip with the low cost of an economy style grip. FEATURES: Available in soft and firm compounds Thicker diameter for more vibration damping Unmatched value Cutting edge design includes a unique grip end that prevents premature tearing and a medium diameter to avoid arm pump Half waffles and grid texture layed out for optimal comfort and control An innovative 3 groove wiring system allows secure fastening TAG Metals grips install easily on all 7/8" diameter bars Two innovative synthetic rubber compounds that provide the ultimate combination of tackiness, vibration dampening at a wide temperature range
  19. 1 review

    FEATURES Slim diameter for maximum grippage. Available in half waffle and full waffle. Soft and medium compounds. The soft compound offers more traction and absorption than any other single compound grip on the market. For twist throttle only.
  20. Long_Beach_Yeti

    KTM 500 EXC (2015)


    Just purchased this Orange Beast on 5/-17-15. My first KTM!,my first Dual Sport!, My first brand new bike! Happier than a pig in poop! Torque for Days!!!
  21. haden213

    Honda CRF100F (2008)


    Not much power and isn't very fast but is really good riding on trails and hills
  22. 2001CR125Rider

    Honda CR125R (2001)


    Love it! Incredibly fun 2 stroke 125!
  23. seanoj

    Husqvarna TE310 (2010)


    Great bike. Range with stock tank is limited. Support a bit slim (hopefully better under KTM).