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  1. JB in CO

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    Love this machine!!
  2. skidmike

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    i hate this bike. i want to ride it all of the time and will probably end up costing me my wife, job, and anything/body else that i should probably think of, but cant on account of my single track mind.
  3. MX_Peter

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    Just sold my trusty Suzuki RM250 2007 and went to Extreme Enduro weapon Beta RR300. I like the switch as I get older
  4. durham4416

    Help Please!

    Just picked my new Beta 300rr up from the dealer, they started it for the first time in the shop to set the idle up etc, it was running for about 2-3 minutes and when I've got home there's no oil been put in the oil tank. I'm not sure if the fuel they put in it was mixed but if not will it be ok? I'm panicking now. Thanks in advance.
  5. CQR

    Beta 300 RR (2015)

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    Will let you know
  6. squirrel 830

    New 300 rr in my future?

    I am currently riding a 2012 450 rr and have enjoyed it. I have had the suspension revalved, a steering damper, flexx bars and rbp rubber sub mount. The bike has been good for 80 hrs and I am comfortable on it. My local dealer will give me 5k$ trade in on it. I am thinking about switching to a 300 rr. I have read a lot of reviews on both but would like some insight from you guys on the topic. Has anybody made this switch? If so what did you think? I have always owned four strokes so this change would take a bit of time on my part. Thanks for the replies.
  7. hawaiidirtrider

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    I just got it today.. didn't ride it yet but I'm betting it's a great bike. I'll rate it best for now because it's a 2 stroke 300 with 6 gears and good electric start.. It was bike of the year last year but I'm going to have to judge for myself on Sunday. :)..oh yea .I don't know why but my 300 is a 2013 but there's no listing for that in the garage. Update.. this bike got stolen.. great bike.. and I'm still looking for it.. but I bought a new one it was so good.. It's the best bike that I've ever ridden.
  8. RMS83843

    Kyle Redmond's 2015 300RR

    If anyone out there is interested, I have Kyle Redmond's 2015 300RR Endurocross race bike for sale. It is just as he raced it at the last round in Ontario California in November. It has been serviced and washed, crated and sent out to our shop. The detail on this bike is incredible! I was going to keep it for myself and ride it but I just don't have the skills for a 2 stroke like this anymore! A 390RR is much more my speed! Here is a link to the Craigslist ad. http://spokane.craigslist.org/mcd/5379879141.html
  9. Hello everyone, I just sold my 2 up atv to get back into bikes . Im just a novice trail rider I had a wr250f and a ktm200 way back. I plan on buying 2 new bikes a ttr125 for my daughter but I'm having a hard time deciding on for me. Im 5'8 155lbs and was actually more interested in the 2stokes because of the intense maintenance schedule and cost of the 250fs. I want something fun but not rip my arms off fast because most of the riding here in pa. is 1st to 3rd gear and would love to have a reasonable seat height. Not interested in any of the play type bikes. Any suggestions and or experiences would be great. Thanks Frank
  10. Andrew Puetz

    BYOB 300RR Questions

    After much thought and deliberation, I am going to most likely order a Beta 300RR this winter. I was looking at the KTM 300 XC/XC-W and Husky TE300, but I want to go red. Thie bike will be used primarily for singletrack trail riding (75%) and Hare Scramble/Enduro (25%). However, I am not sure on a few details on the Beta 1) I am leaning toward the "Race Edition" model, but I really like the oil injection that the normal 300RR comes with. I dont know if this is a serious item or not, but looks really slick and there isnt an option through Beta to add it. 2) Forks... I am unsure how the stock Sachs forks are on either bike, looks like the Race Edition has a fork upgrade... I love the KYB on my YZ250X. I emailed Beta a few times and they thought the $999 factory kit would be the best option. Im willing to spend the $ on it, but its hard to tell if the fork upgrade is necessary on either 300. I want the best bike possible but I hate throwing good $ after bad, and it's not like you can ride one and then ride the upgraded on to compare. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! -Andy
  11. So I've had my 2016 300 RR for one whole riding season now and I've really had a blast on the bike. I pretty much love everything about it. The only negative for me is the suspension is a little harsh for the terrain I ride in. Here in norther new england its essentially nothing but sharp rocks and tall roots. I don't think any factory setup suspension is really going to work well in our terrain and thats simply the nature of it. Pretty much everyone I know here who's serious about riding gets their suspension tuned. Anyway Factory Connection's headquarters is about 30 minutes from my house, but sadly I was informed yesterday after asking that they do not service Beta's and their sachs suspension. I was hoping to be able to work with a suspension tuner that was familiar with our riding conditions as well as save some money with shipping and time all around. Anyway that being said I'm wondering who else out there is a good option, I know Stillwell of course, and I'm sure they'd do a fine job as many have had good experience with them, however I'd like to if possible save my self a good deal of money by going with a tuner whos just as capable but doesnt have a huge name attached to their pricing... Anyone have any suggestions? Especially anyone that has a Beta in new england and has had their stuff tuned for our terrain here. Pic for your viewing pleasure.
  12. enmerdeur

    300RR In Da House

    OK here she is Loaded up at the dealer Unloaded 30 minutes later at Sunshine Canyon staging area at 5 Mile Pass OHV area. Didn't have a lot of time. Was riding in street clothes with just a helmet. So I didn't get too crazy. Rode it as it was delivered no adjustments at all. Stopped coming down a wash called Rattler Quick first impressions -E-Start works awesome, -Clutch pull is very light. Nice -Power is very smooth and robust. -Running a little ratty but I assume it is stock jetting and I am flying at 5,000' at +60F -Kind harsh on rocks but I am assuming the tire pressure is probably way too high. -Suspension felt good and seemed to loosen up as I rode. Rear was nice and controlled and didn't feel like it always wanted to launch me/kick like PDS does. -Not sure about the bar bend. Felt a little strange but again even the controls are not adjusted to my liking. Truly off the dealer floor and ridden. - It feels lighter than my KTM - Overall smaller feel is nice. skinny in the middle which I like. - Very front end biased for steering which I also like. Reminds me of a Husky WR300 that I rode a few years back when I was thinking about getting one. Really like the way the Husky steered but did not like the height and the lefthand kicker with no e-start. Again I was not riding hard although towards the end it was begging me to push harder so I did kick up a little bit but still not full tilt since a get off with no protection but a helmet would have been very un-good. So I headed back to the truck before I got myself in troubled. This bike will definitely work for me.
  13. Anyone have a Core EXP 3.0 clutch installed on their 300 RR? I just put mine in and have found that I can't get any free play gain no matter what adjustment I make on the slave. I try to ride the bike, just as a test, and the bike accelerates but the clutch is in constant slip mode. I can rev up the engine and only go ~5 mph. I tore it apart and put it back together again. It's quite simple to do really, so I don't see how I could screw it up. I called Rekluse and they didn't seem to be able to help me. Any advice? Interesting tidbit, the instructions say 1 turn, plus 5 clicks after the starting point. I can go 1 turn, plus 4 ticks and I'm bottomed out and can't go any further.
  14. ImpulsiveMuffin

    Beta 300 RR (2015)

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    No regrets...but i've seen better kickstands from 16" bicycles straight out of WalMart, get it together Beta xD
  15. WyoDave

    Beta 300 RR (2015)

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    Only had the bike for just over a week, but loving it so far. Good grunt off the bottom and pulls as much as I can handle.
  16. 98940

    Beta 300 RR (2015)

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    2016
  17. skidmike

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    I HATE this bike....<br />I want to ride it all of the time and who knows what that will cost me.<br />...my wife, my job. sounds like a country song and i am not a fan of country music really.
  18. Black-swan

    Beta 300 RR (2017)

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    Great bike
  19. roadtrash252

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    Anything less than the best is a felony.
  20. hawaiidirtrider

    Beta 300 RR (2015)

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    Best bike I've ridden.. especially for the type of riding where I live.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4au61kfdmY
  21. Ud_Luz

    Beta 300 RR (2014)

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    I'll post a review in the forum.
  22. kectb24

    300rr brake pedal

    Hi all. I picked up a 2014 300rr a few months back and was wondering if anyone has had any issues with the rear brake pedal? My dilemma is....no matter where I position the pedal, I have to really step on it to get it to lock up the rear wheel (believe it or not but I like my rear brake to be very touchy). It only had 100 miles on it when I bought it, but i put all new fluids in the bike. I know for a fact the brake line is free of air. The pedal itself seems very flimsy and I think I might opt for a hammerhead pedal. Curious if anyone else has complaints about the rear brake
  23. Today I went to one of our ktm dealerships locally to check on some old stock pricing of some bikes that were supposed to be 6k out the door.. it wasn't.. it was 6k plus set up bs costs.. so ended up $7900 otd for a 13 450xcf and a couple of 13' 450 exc w's.. anyway...... while there just happened to ask about the new 2 stroke ktm 300's ..one regular and the other an ISDE 2016 300. Out the door the regular 16' ktm 300 was $10, 200 otd ..quoted to me and the slovakia ISDE 300 was $11,400 otd . Damn!!! I had just figured the prices for all 2 stroke 300 enduro bikes were within a hundred or couple of hundred bucks or so..wrong!!! just wondering what the prices are in different places and in comparison to Beta or Husky or whatever. I went to our local Beta dealer and the price for a Beta 300 out the door was way under $10,000.. I think it was $9400 for a new Beta 16' 300 otd.. I must double check that price again later as I was amazed at the price difference.. I just took for granted that it would be similar.. and also granted living in Hawaii makes everything more expensive that other places.. everything has to be shipped or flown in and we pay for it.. anyway.. just wondering what everyone's experience is with this.. I'm also wondering how much a Husky 300 2016 is now. I'm going to have to see.. just for curiousness sake.
  24. Who has one? Dealer I got mine from today said I was the first in the country to have one. So happy to have a Beta! I cannot wait to ride it!
  25. Bryan Bosch

    Beta 300 RR 2015

    24 reviews

    ENGINE Type: Beta-Built single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled, with BPV power valve system and electric start with back up kick starter. Bore: 72mm Stroke: 72mm Displacement: 293.1cc Compression Ratio: 12:1 Exhaust Valve: Beta Progressive Valve (BPV) Ignition: AC-CDI Kokusan. Spark Plug: NGK BR7ES Lubrication: Premium premix Carburetor: Keihin PXK 36mm Clutch: Wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain CHASSIS Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access. Wheelbase: 58.3” Seat Height: 36.6” Ground Clearance: 12.6” Footrest Height: 16” Steering Rake/Offset: 27 degree rake/20mm Offset Dry Weight: 223 lbs. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.5 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Sachs USD fork, adjustable compression and rebound, TFX technology. Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.4” Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4” Front Brake: 260mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21” (Front) 18” (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Warranty: 6 month Limited Warranty
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