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  1. 2 comments

    It has a very neutral chassis, turns very well but doesn't give much up in stability. The power is very linear and easy to use. If you wan't a hard-hitting 2 stroke, this isn't your bike. Even with the aggressive map switch and the powervalve adjuster turned in, it much more mellow than my Yz. Although the power may not be exciting, it's perfect for gnarly technical terrain. Stock forks were harsh on square-edge obstacles. The Pressure springs(small spring in the top of the fork) are known to be to stiff for most offroad riding. I had them changed out when the forks were revalved. E-start works flawlessly and starts the bike within a couple seconds when cold. Ergo's feel good to me...at 6'1", I was worried that it would feel to small to me, but that's not the case. The rear brake lever is a little low for most people, but I actually prefer it that way and it's adjustable anyway. Brakes themselves feel good, the front in particular is very strong. I don't feel they give up much to the Brembo's on the Ktm's. 40 hour update: replaced the stock rear tire within 20 hours and did the front at about the 35 hour point. I now have a tubliss front and rear, with a new rim in the front because of bad crash I had. In that crash, I also smashed the pipe, split a radiator hose, twisted both radiators, and popped the preload adjusters out of both forks. Beta fixed the forks free of charge, so no complaints there. Separate from that crash, the stock map switch is busted and I blew the fuse for the e-starter, although it blew in extremely wet conditions. The most likely culprit is the horn, it's a pretty common issue that's easy to fix. Also, the stock plastic is extremely brittle and easy to crack.
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    Amazing woods bike. Two-stroke perfection.
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    Awesome bike so far.. suspension still needs to be ridden in a bit more.. before i dial it in.. But going great so far..
  5. First time ever using photoshop and I did it in about 2 minutes so its more just a quick and dirty to see roughly what it would look like (forks and rear shock got &%$#@!ed but I just did it quick and didn't care). This came about after they put up the full plastic kits on their beta usa website. They offer the standard (high vis ๐Ÿ™„ ) red, and white. I just wanted to see what it might look like with the white plastics. Just in case any of you were interested in what it might look like. Here you go! I could very quickly and easily do this in other colors too just ask. (sorry for the white backdrop makes it a shit picture to be trying to check out white plastics but it works best for the method used to change the colors.) Stock: White Plastics:
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    Freakin' awesome.
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    This has been a great bike. I didn't really know what to expect from a somewhat obscure manufacturer like Beta, but the 300 has been absolutely solid and reliable with no issues. The fork and shock work well for me even though I'm a little on the heavy side for the stock springs. Engine is great, and I love the easy power valve adjustment. I also really like the way the bike handles. Fantastic in slow and technical terrain yet can still hold its own on the faster stuff. I initially gave the Beta a shot because the seat height was noticeably lower than bikes from other OEMs. But that ended up just being a nice bonus to an overall excellent package. It seems trivial, but I love the push button seat removal. Gripes are few... It vibrates pretty hard in the upper portion of the RPM band. I don't really notice while I'm riding unless I'm spending a lot of time at sustained high RPMs (rare for me), in which case I do notice in the form of fatigue towards the end of a long ride. The clutch is a little stiff despite being hydraulic.
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    Great bike, I ride it hard, don't maintain it like I should...
  9. 7 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Special 2 stroke Upgrades: 48mm Marzocchi Closed Cartridge factory fork Billet aluminum foot pegs Red aluminum chain adjuster blocks and oil filler plug Front axle pull Dual map CDI ignition for dry and wet riding Black shifter and rear brake pedal Hand guards Handlebar pad Special cylinder and head on 300 cc model for added torque ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS 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: 58.3โ€ Seat Height: 36.6โ€ Ground Clearance: 12.6โ€ Footrest Height: 16โ€ Steering Rake/Offset: 27 degree rake/20mm Offset Dry Weight: 223 lbs. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.5 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Factory Marzocchi closed cartridge fork, SKF seals and PFP adjuster. Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.4โ€ Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4โ€ Front Brake: 260mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21โ€ (Front) 18โ€ (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Warranty: 6 month Limited Warranty
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    Magic maker, pro circuit make me so Hony. 2t love, come get me!
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    Fantastic to come off a 450 thumper back to a light and maneuverable two stoke again. Been 16 years since my last two stroke. Loving it.
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    Great bike so far. Best machine i have ever rode for what I like to do. Motor is top of the heap. Suspension is to early to tell. It did fine in it's first enduro, but will tune and make it better. Also need to tune carb some. Ran fine; just a bit to much 2 stroke splooge i call it. Fit and finish; balance.. is perfect. Stock tires (Michelins) not so good.
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    Picking it up in 2 weeks.
  14. 3 reviews

    ENGINE SPECS Type: Beta-Built single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled, with BPV power valve system and counter balancer, electric start with a back-up kick starter sold as an option. Bore: 72mm Stroke: 72mm Displacement: 293.1cc Compression Ratio: 11.9:1 Exhaust Valve: Beta Progressive Valve (BPV) Ignition: AC-CDI Kokusan. Spark Plug: NGK BR8ES Lubrication: Pre-Mix (Oil Injection kit can be ordered as an accessory) Carburetor: Keihin PXK 36mm Clutch: New, 6-spring wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain CHASSIS SPECS Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access. Wheelbase: 58.3โ€ Seat Height: 36.6โ€ Ground Clearance: 12.6โ€ Footrest Height: 16โ€ Dry Weight: 228 lbs. (wet weight, no fuel) Electrical: Multi-function Meter Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.55 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm KYB AOS Closed Cartridge fork, adjustable compression and rebound Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.6โ€ Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4โ€ Front Brake: 260mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21โ€ (Front) 18โ€ (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition
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    nice bike
  16. 2 reviews

    Engine Specs: 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: Pre-Mix (Oil Injection kit can be ordered as an accessory) Carburetor: Keihin PXK 36mm Clutch: Wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain Chassis Specs: Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access. Wheelbase: 58.3โ€ Seat Height: 36.6โ€ Ground Clearance: 12.6โ€ Footrest Height: 16โ€ Steering Rake/Offset: 27 degree rake/20mm Offset Dry Weight: 224 lbs. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.5 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Sachs Closed Cartridge fork w/skf seals, adjustable compression and rebound Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.6โ€ Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4โ€ Front Brake: 260mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21โ€ (Front) 18โ€ (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Warranty: 6 month Limited Warranty MSRP: $ 8899.00 *Specifications subject to change without notice. Special components Added features to all Race Editions that make them stand out from a standard model include: - Quick release front axle pull: it speeds up tire repairs and is very useful during a race as it saves precious seconds. - Flag style hand guards, with a modern design, sturdy structure and "In-Mould" graphics; ideal for most extreme off-road riding. - Factory aluminum footpegs: lightweight and strong. Wider than the stock peg. Has steel pins for better grip while still being very durable. - Rear sprocket with an anodized aluminium core and stainless steel teeth: combines a light weight sprocket with the durability of a steel sprocket. - Red aluminum chain tensioner blocks. - Black Excel rims. - Racing seat with a pocket for score cards. - Black anodized shift lever and rear brake pedal. - Transmission oil filler cap, engine oil cap (4t) and oil filter cap (4t) made of red anodised aluminum with a pure Factory look. - Red rim stickers, special seat pocket, and Racing graphics.
  17. 7 reviews

    ENGINE SPECIFICATION: 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 SPECIFICATIONS: Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access. Wheelbase: 58.3โ€ Seat Height: 36.6โ€ Ground Clearance: 12.6โ€ Footrest Height: 16โ€ Steering Rake/Offset: 27 degree rake/20mm Offset Dry Weight: 223 lbs. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.5 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Factory Marzocchi closed cartridge fork, SKF seals and PFP adjuster. Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.4โ€ Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4โ€ Front Brake: 260mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21โ€ (Front) 18โ€ (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Warranty: 6 month Limited Warranty
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    Screaming machine!!! Peppy and fast.
  19. I am a 69 year old singletrack rider. I currently ride a Xtrainer and it is a great bike for its intended use, but I am wanting something with better suspension for better control at higher speeds. I will be keeping the Xtrainer and purchasing a 2017 300RR or a 300 Race Edition. I'm not sure if I need the stiffer suspension of the RE model or if I would be better off with the standard suspension on the RR. I don't want my suspension to be harsh on tight rocky single track trail which is my concern with the RE suspension, but I do want to feel confident with it at 4th and 5th gear speeds when the trail opens up. I am 5'6 and weigh 160 lbs. I don't do any racing anymore except with my friends each time we ride together which is often. My Xtrainer has 332 hrs with 5,172 singletrack miles on it at an average speed of 15mph to give you an idea of how much and at what speed I will be riding the bike. To the riders here that have seat time on both models: Standard RR or Race Edition, which will fit me best?? And why??
  20. I did this as more of an experiment to see how much I could lighten a 300 I just picked up, because it felt like a pig. I ride really tight nasty single track and the first two rides out I was whipped 1/2 way through the day...not usual for me. The bike came loaded with the following equipment. Rekluse, lrhb, radiator guards, hand guards, pipe cage, tug straps, tubliss f/r, rear shark fin, fork bleeders, extended brake tip. Stupid me I didn't weight it prior to stripping it down but it had to be between 240 -250 lbs, no fuel I had sent the suspension out for a respring and revalve, so while I was waiting I got to work stripping off what I could. Items removed Rekluse...not really a fan LHRB.......not usefull to me without the Rekluse Battery All non-essential wiring Brake pressure switches Kick stand E-starter rear upper chain guards front sprocket guard switched to non o-ring chain switched muffler to a pro circuit 304 Soft seat foam Small gas tank For weighing purposes I also stripped off all the armor except the rear shark fin, tubliss and fork bleeders..."ya I know" I took the bike down to the local recycling center, they have a commercial digital scale I could use. We pre-checked the scale with a one pound metal test weigh, we then threw the stand on it, zeroed the scale and placed the bike on the stand. To my dissbelief the scale read 220 lbs. So, we pulled the bike off, retested the scale with the weight, tested it with the weight on the stand "all good" and again re-weighed the bike, yep...220lbs We even placed the 1lb weight on the seat...221lbs...."really 220lbs" Could probably shead another pound or two with titanlum foot pegs, maybe more with a ti bolt kit...but that ain't happening. I will say the bike feels way lighter just pushing it around. Now I have to decide what weight I'll be putting back on the bike. Skid plate.............3lbs CF pipe guard......2lbs hand guards........2lbs radiator cages.....2lbs That's roughly 9 lbs back on the bike. Side note: The e-starter weights right around 2lbs, for the amount of work needed to remove it...."not worth it". Those of you that ride more open trails, I don't think you'll notice the weight loss as much, you'd be better off keeping the estart and switching to a lighter ion battery. I still need to get in a few rides to see if this project was really worth the effort...feels worth it just loading and unloading the bike. Here's a few pics of the bike prior to weighing it. Thanks
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    HATED the way it handled Did not like jetting Sold it
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