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  1. Dirtysdad

    Kawasaki KX250F (2015)

    0 comments

    Bike is awesome! Kid loves it. Especially the oversized front brake.(stock). Need to put some Michelin's on her.A Yoshimura slip-on,(we ride in the limited class)and Factory Connection suspension.<br />
  2. WisserRacing421

    Honda CRF450R (2004)

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    This bike has a ton of hours on it. We did a complete engine rebuild 3 years ago on it, and it's been wrecked hard. Sent my husband on a helecopter ride to the Trauma Unit, but it's been resurrected and still holds it's own on the track. My son started playing on this bike at the age of 12. We do have a Rekluse Z-Start Pro clutch in it and it won't stall when you lay it over. Only downside is, it's hard to get parts/plastics as it's a 1-off year for most parts and plastics.
  3. Gereen50

    Husaberg FE390 (2012)

    0 comments

    Great trail bike but a little top heavy. Ultra reliable.
  4. Larry02ACR

    Kawasaki KX250 (2004)

    0 comments

    I think this motorcycle is awesome. Of course, I pretty much think all motorcycles are awesome.
  5. My 06 crf250 needs a new cam bearing on the gear side and I need to know if it is possible to press of the gear And press back on after bearing replacement. Please reply with ways to do so. Thanks, Kiblerdirt
  6. Ben99

    Kawasaki KDX80 (1983)

    0 comments

    Not really sure how to rate this bike but it is exactly what I wanted, small but not puny, does fine at slow speeds and isn't too crazy for a beginner. On the other hand, if you rev it up more and get into a higher gear it will go fast and give you a little zing
  7. DrzMotarded

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2005)

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    2001 Suzuki Dr-z400s converted sm with 2005 sm swingarm, shock, triple tree and forks, speedometer gear, wheels, rear brake disc<br />Oversized front brake disc <br />Venhill Stainless steel braided brake lines <br />Cylinder Works Big Bore 434 Kit w/ E base gasket. <br />Yoshimura Rs3 Full Exhaust <br />FCR39mx Carb w/short choke & R&D Flex Jet Fuel Screw <br />160MJ45PJ65 starter jet PAJ removed,O ring Mod<br />IMS 3.2 gallon fuel tank w/Dr-z400e petcock <br />Acerbis Cyclone Headlight<br />DRC Edge2 Tailight <br />DRC Wide Footpegs <br />Pro Taper Countour Overzised Bars<br />Bitech Manual Cam Chain Tensioner <br />Turkey Baster Mod <br />Clutch switch mod <br />Kickstand sensor removed<br />Shifter lever filed <br />Rear USB port with on/off switch for<br />phone, GoPro, other device charging
  8. Blind Stroker

    Honda CRF250X (2005)

    0 comments

    On single track the 250x is superb. The light weight, solid power and great suspension make it easy to hit the trail all day long. There is no downside to the 250cc to 450cc in the tight stuff until you hit wide open desert or fire roads. If single track is your bag I recommend you lean to the 250cc. PS: Get a Rekluse on it - you would be amazed at what it allows you to do in the tight stuff and how much effort you will save through the technical stuff. I would give it a 5 star if it was available in a 350cc - that would be a perfect mix of power to weight. Hence 4 stars.
  9. ItsJuniorJ

    Kawasaki KX250 (2006)

    0 comments

    When originally released the bike was highly acclaimed. 10 years on, and the KIPS system still has the ability to keep you entertained.
  10. Jzonts

    KTM 450 XC-F (2008)

    0 comments

    I love the bike
  11. jmeperu

    How to re-sleeve a cylinder

    This was done on a 400cc single but it works on twins and 4 cyl's as well. Clean your cylinder and get as much oil out as possible and freeze your new sleeve or sleeves. Use an oven to heat to 450 deg F push cylinder down and most of the time the sleeve or sleeves will pop up use an oven mitt or welding glove to pull the sleeves out. if they dont pull out then gently tap them out with a large tipped punch. remove new sleeve from freezer and drop it in. you will still need to have a machinist face the top of the cyl and bore it to your piston, but you saved yourself a few bucks.
  12. lumpy790

    KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition (2015)

    0 comments

    Just bought and still getting used to it
  13. freeman12crf

    Honda CRF250R (2005)

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    I've not had it for very long... So I'm not sure how it will hold up with my riding. But I keep it maintained often and have service manual for it. But it has a 13:1 piston in it and has aftermarket ex
  14. 2 reviews

    6061 T-6 Aluminum with an anodized finish and O-ring seal Adds a nice factory look All models are plug only (No Dipstick) unless otherwise marked
  15. ThumperTalk

    Hot Cams Stage 1 Camshaft

    27 reviews

    Stage 1: single-cam motor. Excellent top-end power increase. Works well with big-bore kits. Uses stock auto-decompression mechanism. Uses stock valve springs and rockers.
  16. Bad news today, I was riding my bike normally until I noticed a weird sound and vibration. Sounded and felt like I had a rock in my cylinder. Bike still had power and running normally. About 10 seconds later the sound started getting worse, power is noticeably less. I pull over on the side walk so I don't any more damage to the engine. I feel some warm liquid on my boots as I pull over, did I piss myself? no you didn't! it's oil!. I pull my phone's flashlight and shine on the engine. I see a horrible image. I proceed taking pictures of the engine. It looks like a crime scene. What happened?! If anyone knows please post. I will dissect the engine tomorrow but I am pretty sure it's totaled. 15000 thousand miles which I would say 80% of it was WOT. Good job my little 230. Viewer discretion advised.
  17. 4 reviews

    Includes crankshaft, main bearings, complete bottom end gasket set, including all seals and gaskets needed for the job The crank pin bearings are manufactured from the highest quality hot rolled steel. Case hardened to 58-62C The caged needle roller bearings provide the highest possible RPM Complete gasket kits are made from premium materials for maximum sealing and reliability Complete kits have everything needed for your rebuild All bearings are OEM quality for reliability and performance
  18. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Carbon clutch cover guard. Protects against rocks and brake levers DESCRIPTION Hyde Racing exhaust guard and skid plates offer a sleek factory look which protects your pipe from roost and rocks as well as protect pants and boots from burns. Made of a Teflon/Co-polymer, these revolutionary exhaust guard/skid plates come with stainless steel hardware, are abrasion resistant, will not dent, and will not crack or fatigue. The Hyde Racing form fitting design restricts mud accumulation allowing for lower engine temperatures due to more air flow, as a result there is no loss of horsepower. Hyde Racing exhaust guard/skid plates absorb sound instead of reflecting it so it offers superior impact absorption with no resonate noise.
  19. WeekendWarrior72

    Honda CRF250R (2007)

    0 comments

    i shred hard brah
  20. ThumperTalk

    Filtron Factory Flow Filter

    1 review

    Paper element oil filtration Exceed OEM specifications Sold in two pack
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