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  1. I recently fitted my 300rr with Flexx bars and noticed the brake line fitting would rub on the bars. I was pretty limited in what position I could run my master cylinder. I did a search on here and found that some people had tweaked the brake line fitting. Before I ever had a chance to try that I noticed I was getting a very slow leak around the banjo bolt which I assume was from the fitting being pressed up against the bars. I ordered a Core brake line off ebay (listed for 2015 300rr). The fitting on this brake line is bent a little differently and provides much more clearance. The line is also custom made to order so you get to choose the color of the different parts of it for a little extra bling.
  2. What would anyone here want on a maxed out 300rr? What are the best parts? I'm looking at my bike and looking at ideas.. of course I won't be putting on the super expensive stuff but I like to dream right? So please post up the best 250/300 rr stuff for us to look at. I'll post up a couple of pics to start.. feel free to post your bikes with mods etc too.. http://www.enduro21.com/index.php/component/k2/item/1777-my-ride-%E2%80%93-danny-mccanney%E2%80%99s-beta-rr-300-2t https://www.google.com/search?q=cody+webb+beta+300&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=sSZRU9qtGaiq2QX-gYHwBg&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=1310&bih=701
  3. Discuss amongst yourselves...
  4. Just bought my first beta! So far (99km,6.1hrs) I have no real complaints. Having been a 450 fuel injection rider I am a little new to jetting and carb tuning. Jetting is stock at this point and it seems to run pretty clean. I ride at 5000-8000ft elevation and summer temps are 70-85deg f. Bike has no hesitation and is very smooth, my only concern is the pipe drool that is running down the silencer and dropping onto the swing arm. Is this normal? I'm running my pre mix at 48:1 synthetic mix (which is a little different than spec at 50:1 but seeing that it is new I wanted to be on the oily side) another question is concerning gearing. Stock is 13-49. I was recommended by the dealer to try12-49 but I don't think I need to go that low. 1st gear is great, but the gap from 1to 2 seems to be a bit too much. I can slip the clutch to help but I wonder if 1-2 teeth more on the rear sprocket would be perfect for this minor gap in gearing. Thanks
  5. Time Left: 5 days and 18 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    Up for sale Ohlins TTX shock and RXF48mm forks & Brembo front brake assembly off of a 2015 Beta 250rr. They are from the Boana racing team, sprung for a 175lb rider. This is a great opportunity to grab a very rare Ohlins set up for your Beta! I am a 145lbs, so unfortunately I don't have the money to have them set up for me, I am just looking to get my money back. I was really looking forward to using them, but some times life gets the best of you, lol. Hope they go to a good home, where someone will get use out of them! SOLD SOLD SOLD

    $2,400.00

  6. Time Left: 5 days and 18 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Up for sale Ohlins TTX shock and RXF48mm forks off of a 2015 Beta 250rr. They are from the Boana racing team, sprung for a 175lb rider. I am a 145lbs and they require a brembo front caliper and KTM spacers, so unfortunately I don't have the money to have them set up for me, I am just looking to get my money back. I was really looking forward to using them, but some times life gets the best of you, lol. Hope they go to a good home, where someone will get use out of them! SOLD SOLD SOLD

    $2,400.00

  7. Hi guys , Mounting and dismounting the rear wheel I`ve broken the safety piece in the rear brake . I cannot see the piece in the Beta parts Diagram. It`s ok to ride without this piece ? Thanks
  8. Hi guys. Almost time to change the original chain and sprockets. Just curious what brand people go for? There seems to be a fair amount of choice. I like the standard gearing, and want the lightest chain and sprockets you can get for the bike. What are you guys running/ would recommend? Thanks.
  9. Hi guys, I have 17 300 and the stock exhaust had a few good hits. I noticed it wasnt sitting perfectly flush on the head so i bought an fmf gnarly pipe. but it looks like that one isnt sitting perfectly flush on the head either. I goes all the way in the head but you can tell its crooked a bit. Is that a normal thing?
  10. Hi guys, I'm finally picking up my 2017 300RR before the weekend and I'm trying to work out which mods are essential for this bike. Of those essential mods I'm also looking for the brand of choice. I'm based in Victoria, Australia so any suggestions for parts that are quickly and easily available here would be awesome! Thanks!
  11. I'll be in the market for a woods bike next Summer/Spring. I plan on purchasing a new 300 two banger. Why should I buy the Beta over the KTM or Husky? I've ridden only Yamaha 125s/250s and am comfortable on them. If only they offered a 300 woods bike.... I hopped on buddy's '16 300 Husky and it was nice but the compartment felt cramped and small. The power was awesome though and able to grunt up literally anything. I haven't had the chance to ride a Beta yet but will in 2017. I'm just window shopping at the moment trying to decide which bike I want! Have there been any problems with the oil injection system? That kind of worries me.
  12. http://magazine.cyclenews.com/i/789906-cycle-news-2017-issue-07-february-22/0?m4=
  13. Quick question, I've got a 2016 300RR (open cartridge) and I'm putting some fresh fork oil in. (first timer) Do I need to remove the cartridge assembly to get the oil out of the cartridge as well? Or can I just pop the cap dump out the old yank the spring, fill to desired MM then toss the spring back in throw cap on and call it good? Additionally I'd like to remove some of the preload that apparently these bikes are coming with in the forks, I understand there's just one nylon washer under the cap, can this just be removed to drop the preload (forks are harsh in the top 1/3 thus the oil change to 5w and wanting to drop the preload)? Or does it need to have that washer in there so I'll need to get a thinner one / grind that one down? Also unrelated, what do you guys do to keep your seats clean? Mines gotten really dingy and black stained from my pants. I see pics of guys betas all the time with their seats looking like their brand new (florescent red ) but no matter what I try it seems I can't get the dark staining out.
  14. 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
  15. Federal trade agency proposes higher import fees on certain motorcycles Voice your opinion today! Take Action **If you receive an "Internal Error" after you submit your comments, please hit the "Back" button on your browser and resubmit.** The Office of United States Trade Representative requested comments on Dec. 28 regarding its proposal to include tariffs on motorcycles imported from the European Union with an engine size between 51cc and 500cc in the E.U. - U.S. beef hormone trade dispute. The deadline to submit comments is Jan. 30. The American Motorcyclist Association opposes the proposed tariff, because trade disputes residing within the boundaries of the agricultural industry should not be solved with trade sanctions levied against non-agricultural products. Specifically, a 100 percent, or higher, tariff on these motorcycles is proposed. This will cause serious and potentially irreversible harm to American small- and medium-sized business owners selling the vehicles. Additionally, consumers will be denied access to certain models of competition and recreational motorcycles that contribute to the lifestyle and wellbeing of millions of American families. Manufacturers that will be impacted: 1) Aprilla; 2) Beta; 3) BMW; 4) Ducati; 5) Fantic; 6) Gas Gas; 7) Husqvarna; 9) KTM; 10) Montesa; 11) Piaggio; 12) Scorpa; 13) Sherco; 14) TM; and 15) Vespa. Should the availability of product be hindered through unjustified trade sanctions on European-produced motorcycles, dealerships may close, leaving countless Americans without jobs.The negative effects of the proposed trade sanctions will not only harm the motorcycle sales industry, but will spread through the aftermarket equipment sector, recreation equipment sales, the sports entertainment industry and further down the line. You can do something to prevent this from happening! Use the AMA's easy to use tools to submit comments to the USTR by Jan. 30 to say you oppose the idea to penalize motorcyclists in the beef trade dispute. Make our voice stronger by sharing the AMA alert. Share with your friends on Facebook. Now more than ever, it is crucial that you and your riding friends become members of the AMA to help protect our riding freedoms. More members mean more clout against the opponents of motorcycling. That support will help fight for your rights - on the road, trail and racetrack and in the halls of government. If you are a motorcycle rider, join the AMA at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/membership/join. Take Action
  16. Hello All I have a 15 300 and wont start when cold. I went from stock jetting 38/165 and stock needle in 4th clip from the top to the NECJ needle 3rd from top. It was running too lean where it was with thew NECJ, so I went back to stock jetting to see if that was the starting issue. Well, its not. I checked the pilot to see if its clogged, but its not. The bike gets spark, but there is a fuel issue. Any ideas would be appreciated. Once it gets started its fine Marc
  17. Was doing some riding yesterday through some really nasty rocks and roots (sharp and deep edges etc). Anyway on lap two of a 9 mile single track me and some of the guys were ripping around I got a flat in the front. Funny thing is I didn't realize it until I got home, for the last mile or so of the loop I kept thinking "man im getting tired, I keep making so many mistakes!" the front was all over the place but not so bad I assumed it was flat, lmao. Anyway my front tire was the stock tire that came on the 2016 300RR (enduro comp) and I thought it actually did pretty well, needless to say though it was more than shot I should have replaced it a long time ago but kept thinking I was all done for the season. Anyway, a convenient time to get a flat I guess. I think I'm going to get a Michelin S12 XC front (and possibly matching rear later). I'm also considering ordering a tubliss to go with the front. What are your guys' thoughts on the S12, but more importantly what are your thoughts on the tubliss?
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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.
  21. Looks like a lot of new stuff on the GASGAS, I wonder how heavy it is though.
  22. How long should I expect a lithium battery to last? I put a Shorai lithium battery into my 2014 RR300. It started the 300 like it was on steroids. Now a 2 stroke 300 is not going to put much strain on a lithium battery. In the 23 months its been in the bike I have never flooded the bike or needed to crank and crank the battery to get it to start. The bike has been run most months, and every time I have hauled it out of the garage the battery has woken the engine up with gusto. I rode the bike two weeks ago for an hour. Started fine. Then went to start it last weekend. The solenoid clicked and the starter attempted to turn. Started on second kick. Part way through the weekend I tried the electric start and no sound whatsoever. Tonight I stripped the bike down a bit and pulled the battery. Its turned into a pumpkin, with both long sides bulging about 15mm. Reads 0.0 volts. The battery has never been charged other than by the bike. Has always read about 13 volts, even after a couple of months not being used. For a $260 battery I would have expected a bit more life out of such an expensive bit of kit? What are other peoples experience with lithium batteries?? They certainly cut down on weight, but my last lead acid battery in a 525 lasted 4 years!
  23. Hi, We're a couple from Alberta planning a trip down to Phoenix at the end of December 2016 to the start of January 2017. I was hoping we could get some tips on riding areas, rules, and maybe even find some riding buddies to show us around. I ride a Beta X-Trainer (300) and my boyfriend rides a Beta 300, two strokes. We usually ride in the mountains here, lots of big hills, rocks, log jumping, tight trees, and we ride every weekend and do the Alberta Cross Country/Enduro race circuit. I've been riding my whole life and my boyfriend's been riding for a few years now, I'd say we're intermediate riders always up for a challenge. Where would be the best places to go near Phoenix for single track, and elsewhere in Arizona if we were to do a few longer trips? We've never been down there. I've mostly been able to find quad tracks but it's hard to say how much single track there is. Seems like it's a lot of more open desert? Challenging stuff is good, and we also like the faster flowy single track. If there's an area with interesting quad trail that works too, we just don't want to end up riding flat boring "roads". If we have our bikes insured and registered in Alberta, do we still need some sort of off-road sticker from the state to ride down there? Also, would you recommend running bibs to avoid flat tires from cactus spines or are tubes fine? Any tips and tricks are much appreciated. If anyone wants to ride around the time we'll be down there it's always great to get a local's tour of the trails and meet new people. Or at least if you can send map pins of the staging areas so we know where to start. Trail maps are helpful as well. Thanks! Lisa
  24. UNTILL NOW THE BETA WAS VERY CLOSE TO THE KTM 300EXC . MAYBE BETTER IN SOME POINTS. BUT NOW? WITH THE LUNCH OF THE NEW MODELS OF KTM ? ANYONE WHO RODE THE KTM 300EXC AND THE BETA 300RR CAN TELL AS THE DIFFERENCES
  25. 4 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: Electronic Oil Injection Oil Tank Capacity: 650cc 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: 224 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