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  1. Some interesting stats... "With his win, Dungey joined an elite club, becoming just the sixth rider in Monster Energy Supercross history to reach the 30-win mark (Ricky Carmichael, Jeremy McGrath, Chad Reed, James Stewart and Ryan Villopoto). The win also extended his podium streak to a remarkable 30 straight. Dungey is now one podium away from tying Ricky Carmichael for third on the all-time list at 87. He will also equal Carmichael's all-time career starts this weekend at 115. *Deep breath. We have more* His eighth win of the season equals the career-best mark he set last season. Goodness, this man is on fire! Oh, and he can clinch a third 450SX title this weekend too. The simplest way is to win. If he doesn’t he just needs to pick up two points on Ken Roczen and not lose 18 to Jason Anderson. Over the last three rounds, Dungey has led 59 of a possible 60 laps."
  2. Howdy, TT CRF gurus! I'm soliciting your advice on immediate maintenance actions I should consider for my new toy. Background: After hitting the half-century mark this summer, my mid-life crisis drove me to explore trying motocross again after being out of it for 25 years. (I sold the CR500 and played around on XRs for a few years thereafter.) It didn't help that I visited a nearby track last weekend and found out they have a 50+ class that runs with the 40+ class. Those guys sure looked like they were having a good time and I ended up talking to couple of them after the last moto and they got me excited. Past week I've been searching TT on bike recommendations which led me to search for a 05-08 CRF450r. I scoured through craigslist in multiple cities and found a low-hour 2008 that appears to still have the original tires, chain, and sprockets at a dealership. The frame and side covers had minimum boot wear, and the only issue was a scrunched exhaust from being looped out (should be an easy fix). I rode it up and down the street a few times and the motor and throttle response felt solid. Only thing I noticed was the idle seemed a tad high. Owners and Maintenance manuals are on order, picked up a couple of quarts of the recommended engine and tranny oils along with a new filter. My plan to put around the farm then next few weeks getting a feel for it and set the suspension up for my 170 lbs butt. Then I'll visit the track in a couple of weeks for a practice session and maybe a day or two later sign up for the last race of the season. This winter I'll conduct a more intensive inspection and ponder mods and accessories suitable for old man racing next year. I've been searching the TT forums for the past few hours and have some good ideas, but figured I'd start a thread to make sure I don't overlook something. thanks for any advice you can provide.
  3. I'm looking for a sport/utility atv. I have a Polaris Xplorer 400 4x4 and I flipped it doing donuts and that kinda freaked me out. I thought a sport atv would be better for the stuff I like to do (mudding, jumping, whipping around). But My family will soon move to larger land where I'll need to use it for work/utility, so I'll need the best of both worlds. I'm thinking I want 400+ cc, I want a very well handled and stable ATV, not brand specific, probably automatic or just shifting with no clutch. (I'm 13, 5/7, and about 150lbs)
  4. Hello all I am a new user for ThumperTalk and have some questions about my 72 yamaha 125 enduro. I searched for other threads but couldn't find any. I recently bought he bike not running from a moving sale next door. I paid 80$. Was told it needed a battery and a toggle switch to be added in to the kill switch as it wasn't working. Now I am having extreme difficulty figuring out the wiring system as it all runs into the headlight. It appears that the kill switch is only one wire, which confuses me on how I'm supposed to wire in a toggle. I'm a framer not an electrician lol! I can't find a kill switch online anywhere and was wondering if I just add a wire to the toggle and the frame to complete the circuit when I use the toggle? Also another puzzling question is why 2 spark plugs on the head but only 1 ignition cool and plug wire??? I have many more but will start with those two! Any help will be much appreciated
  5. Hey guys my buddy has a chance to get a attic cat bear cat 454 4x4 quad and has asked a question I can't answer.the po said he hooked up jumper cables to it to get it to start once started he didn't remove them and thinks something electrical burn up.we can't find any melted wires.should density away from it or what would burn up if that was the case.the power is a friend of Ours to so he didn't lie about it.
  6. http://vurbmoto.com/blogs/ktm-statement-musquin-stewart-incident/27211/
  7. Hey Thumpers! Spring is here, and we have got a Mega Spring Sale coming up! From our Micro-starts, Power Storage devices to our Powersport Batteries, & YES, even our new range of Automotive Batteries with Wireless Built-In Jump-Starting are on sale! Check out our website- https://antigravitybatteries.com/ Use Coupon Code: "SS30" for All Micro-starts & Energy Storage Devices; "SS25" for All Powersport Batteries; "SS15" for All Automotive Batteries. Spring Sale- Thursday, March 19th to Sunday, March 22nd. Follow us on Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/antigravitybatteries/ & Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/AntigravityBatteries/
  8. Hi all , been a long time ! Looking for some help with a suzuki ltz50 which seems to be hitting the limiter and wont move. Doing a friend a favour helping to get his ltz50 to work properly. He brought the quad to me with a choked exhaust baffle and choked exhaust valve. Got those cleaned up with new seals etc then the brake switch failed. The cdi on these needs to sense the switch operating while running to de restrict its self to save the clutch. Bypassed this with a toggle switch which works well. Guy goes out and quad dies and when he starts it it wont move and sounds like its hitting a limiter. The switch ive installed is still working as you can hear the rpm change when switched. Ive done the usual to be safe carb , plug etc. Does this seem like the cdi may have failed now aswell leaving a secondary restrictor pernamently on ? It was fairly wet and they are known to fail just not saw anyone report this issue knowing that its not the brake switch. Thanks
  9. Since you guys keep spreading the jargon over multiple threads.......Alright, have at it here! I'm gonna go get some popcorn. 👍
  10. I'm a 50 plus good C level rider, about 5'7" tall. I ride agressive trails and race a local hare scramble series in Louisiana. I have been on a quest for the perfect bike and it sounds like the X may be the one. I wanted to get some advice from some current X owners that may be in a similar situation as I am regarding age and height and skill level. I have recently owned a 2012 KTM 250XC that I liked pretty well until a local race tech guy jacked up my forks. It had a recluse and seemed very rideable until I had the forks shortened to lower the bike. I now own a Beta 300 XT. The motor is excellent but the bike geometry is not well suited for fast paced riding. It is super easy to ride at a trail pace, but not good for any speed. I want manageable power that is linear and not on/off all the time. I will add a FWW and a Rekluse to help with this, as I don't have the energy to ride like this. I've only heard rave reviews about the SSS suspension so that should be a big plus, just not sure about the seat height. Do you guys think that the X would be a good fit for me? I am also looking at the Husky 300X but I have not found many reviews on it yet and I am not sure about the air forks. Thanks.
  11. Pretty straight forward, what are some things about your bike you don't like? For me on my 13 KTM 350sxf would be the clutch, it's the 5 spring clutch and the pull is really hard and I just don't like it st all.... I much prefer my two strokes washer clutch because the pull is so gentle and nice. For my 13 250sx smoker one thing I don't like is how quickly I go through tires LOL No but really I don't like how my silencer leaks oil all over my swing arm and I'm forced to take it off and re seal it... pain in the butt. So, what are some things to you don't like about your pumpkin? Thanks
  12. Ok we have RV at Kawi ... Kawi also picked up McGrath which "I" will always relate to Honda but hey that is just me ... and now we have Andrew Short which i liked at KTM now the new Honda ambassador.. It is all great these guys are continuing in the industry , just unusual when you remember them with a different brand.. So who is next ?? Bowman toooo ??? http://racerxonline.com/2016/10/07/andrew-short-named-brand-ambassador-for-american-honda
  13. Hello everyone, so today I was out riding some local woods (2-3 miles from my house) today with my friends. I was on my 400ex and 2 others were on utility quads. When we left we all split off in the directions of our own houses. Most roads were residential or country back roads. We were not ripping down highways or anything like that. After I was riding alone through my neighborhood, I looked behind me and saw a jeep tailgating me. I signaled a turn with my hand so he wouldn't slam into the back of me. He followed at the same close distance. Then I pulled into my driveway and looked as he was passing to see him with a phone out and pointed at me as if he were recording a video. Just looking for some advice here. I wasn't trying to cause any problems, was being respectful when riding through the neighborhood by going slow and keeping a higher gear so it was not as loud. I'm just confused why someone would take the time to stalk and record me? Thanks for any replies in advance
  14. I just bought a quad I’m told it has 14.5 compression and he ran it on vp c45, I’m new to quads but read that c45 has a motor octane of 108. What other gas can I be using that’s common to find. Do I just need to find 108 octane gas or what will all work. I mostly just ride trails.Also it has a few more mods and so don’t like the fact of using race gas I want to be able to just use premium pump gas. When time comes that I need to change the piston is that all I will have to change to be able to use pump gas with a lower compression?
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 708cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 4 valves Bore x Stroke: 103.0mm x 85.0mm Compression Ratio: 10.1:1 Fuel Delivery: Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 44mm Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition Starting System: Electric Transmission: Yamaha Ultramatic V-belt with all-wheel engine braking; H, L, N, R, P Final Drive: On-Command 3-way locking differential; 2WD, 4WD, locked 4WD; shaft CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Independent double wishbone; 5-way preload adjustment, 7.6-in travel Suspension / Rear: Independent double wishbone with anti-sway bar; 5-way preload adjustment, 9.1-in travel Brakes / Front: Dual hydraulic disc Brakes / Rear: Dual hydraulic disc Tires / Front: AT26 x 8-12 Maxxis® MU05Y Tires / Rear: AT26 x 10-12 Maxxis® MU06Y DIMENSIONS L x W x H: 81.5 in x 48.4 in x 49.3 in Seat Height: 36.1 in Wheelbase: 49.2 in Turning Radius: 137.8 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 11.3 in Fuel Capacity: 4.76 gal Wet Weight***: 692 lb Rack Capacity Front / Rear: 110 lb / 198 lb Towing Capacity: 1322 lb Lighting: Dual LED headlights, 35/36.5W auxiliary light and LED brake light OTHER Warranty: 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 708cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 4 valves Bore x Stroke: 103.0mm x 85.0mm Compression Ratio: 10.1:1 Fuel Delivery: Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 44mm Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition Starting System: Electric Transmission: Yamaha Ultramatic V-belt with all-wheel engine braking; H, L, N, R, P Final Drive: On-Command 3-way locking differential; 2WD, 4WD, locked 4WD; shaft CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Independent double wishbone; 5-way preload adjustment, 7.6-in travel Suspension / Rear: Independent double wishbone with anti-sway bar; 5-way preload adjustment, 9.1-in travel Brakes / Front: Dual hydraulic disc Brakes / Rear: Dual hydraulic disc Tires / Front: AT26 x 8-12 Maxxis® MU05Y Tires / Rear: AT26 x 10-12 Maxxis® MU06Y DIMENSIONS L x W x H: 81.5 in x 48.4 in x 49.3 in Seat Height: 36.1 in Wheelbase: 49.2 in Turning Radius: 137.8 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 11.3 in Fuel Capacity: 4.76 gal Wet Weight***: 679 lb Rack Capacity Front / Rear: 110 lb / 198 lb Towing Capacity: 1322 lb Lighting: Dual LED headlights, 35/36.5W auxiliary light and LED brake light OTHER Warranty: 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 686cc liquid-cooled SOHC 4-stroke; 4 valves Bore x Stroke: 102.0mm x 84.0mm Compression Ratio: 10.0:1 Fuel Delivery: Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 44mm Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition Starting System: Electric Transmission: 5-speed w/reverse; wet multiplate clutch Final Drive: X-ring chain; 2WD CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Independent double wishbone and 5-way preload adjustment, 9.1-in travel Suspension / Rear: Cast aluminum swing arm with preload adjustable shock, 10.1-in travel Brakes / Front: Dual hydraulic disc Brakes / Rear: Hydraulic disc Tires / Front: AT22 x 7-10 Maxxis® Tires / Rear: AT20 x 10-9 Maxxis® DIMENSIONS L x W x H: 72.6 in x 45.5 in x 43.9 in Seat Height: 32.7 in Wheelbase: 50.4 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 9.4 in Fuel Capacity: 2.9 gal Wet Weight***: 422 lb Lighting: Dual 30W Krypton headlights and LED brake light OTHER Warranty: 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 449cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 5 titanium valves Bore x Stroke: 95.0mm x 63.4mm Compression Ratio: 11.8:1 Fuel Delivery: Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 42mm Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition Transmission: 5-speed; wet multiplate assist-and-slipper clutch Final Drive: O-ring chain CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Independent double wishbone w/Kashima coated piggyback shocks; high/low speed compression, rebound and threaded preload adjustment, 9.8-in travel Suspension / Rear: Cast aluminum swingarm w/piggyback shock; high/low speed compression, rebound and threaded preload adjustment, 11.0-in travel Brakes / Front: Dual hydraulic disc Brakes / Rear: Wave-style hydraulic disc Tires / Front: AT21 x 7-10 Maxxis® Tirres / Rear: AT20 x 10-9 Maxxis® DIMENSIONS L x W x H: 70.7 in x 48.8 in x 41.9 in Seat Height: 31.9 in Wheelbase: 50.0 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 9.3 in Fuel Capacity: 2.6 gal Wet Weight: 405 lb OTHER Warranty: 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)
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    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 449cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 5 titanium valves Bore x Stroke: 95.0mm x 63.4mm Compression Ratio: 11.8:1 Fuel Delivery :Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 42mm Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition Transmission: 5-speed; wet multiplate assist-and-slipper clutch Final Drive: O-ring chain CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Independent double wishbone w/Kashima coated piggyback shocks; high/low speed compression, rebound and threaded preload adjustment, 9.8-in travel Suspension / Rear: Cast aluminum swingarm w/piggyback shock; high/low speed compression, rebound and threaded preload adjustment, 11.0-in travel Brakes / Front: Dual hydraulic disc Brakes / Rear: Wave-style hydraulic disc Tires / Front: AT21 x 7-10 Maxxis® Tirres / Rear: AT20 x 10-9 Maxxis® DIMENSIONS L x W x H: 70.7 in x 48.8 in x 41.9 in Seat Height: 31.9 in Wheelbase: 50.0 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 9.3 in Fuel Capacity: 2.6 gal Wet Weight: 405 lb OTHER Warranty: 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)
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