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  1. 5 reviews

    Constructed from 8mm thick HDPE Plastic High load seams reinforced by plasti-welds Stronger than molded plastic & carbon fiber Quieter than alloy as no engine noise echoed 40% lighter than aluminum Flanges extend to cover pegs, brake pedal, case, stator & linkage 3 point anchor system keeps plate firmly in place no matter the abuse No deformation or movement when making hard contact with rocks/logs Easily installed/uninstalled for maintenance & cleaning Removal not necessary for oil change Fit & Finish is excellent; bright colors and tasteful styling
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    **2018 KTM 300 XC** (TT is behind on their model year options) Amazing quality and performance. Best bike I've ever owned just in the short time I've had it. The engine felt a little meh with the stock Mikuni carb, but now it breathes fire with the 38mm Keihen. It's gonna be hard to go back to riding a big bore 2 stroke without a counterbalancer. When was the last time the suspension was a strong suit on a katoom?!? Let's just say I can no longer use the SSS argument to defend my Yamaha... Ktm has raised the bar and changed the game with this one!
  3. Just got word from the folks at AXP Racing (loyal community sponsor) that they are now shipping their skid plates, glide plates, and chain guides for the 2017 Honda CRF450R/RX models. đź‘Ť You can learn more by clicking HERE. Here's a video & pics of the goods... Radiator stuff is coming soon.
  4. 2 reviews

    AXP Racing radiator cages stand out thanks to their 3 points fixing system. Indeed, this system keeps the original air deflector, it does not interfere with the maximum steering of the handlebar and forms a real protective cage around the radiators. Aluminium 4mm thick
  5. 5 reviews

    The AXP Skid plate is made of a strong plastic called Hight Density PolyEthylene. Used by best enduro teams on the World championship (Honda,Yamaha,Sherco,KTM,Husqy), this product has been tested in the worst conditions and now ready to face the hardest conditions! It will protect your frame, water pump and crankcases. - 40% Lighter than aluminium plates - 6mm of thickness - Stronger than basic injected plastic skid plate (which are made of 3mm thick) - Incredible durability - No vibrations generated - Fast fitting - 0 modification to do on the bike AXP make also radiator braces and chain guide. This French company is always searching for the creation of new quality products. For the skid plate prices are from 99.17 to 107.5€ . here is the website : www.axpracing.com e-mail : contact@axpracing.com Available for all brands KTM HVA YAMAHA HONDA SHERCO BETA GAS GAS KAWASAKI SUZUKI ...
  6. 0 comments

    I just got the bike but just riding it on the street and cruzing around the block this bike is sooo smooth and it just amazing! I'm almost speechless! Every old bike iv ever bought and had to put thousands of dollars into it to make it remotely close to this bike out of the box bone stock!
  7. I'm looking for some radiator guards for my '02 250. Seems the main options are Devol and Works Connection, and neither are very appealing to me. The Devol cages seem flimsy and ugly. The Works Connection are only a brace. Then I came across AXP, which looks durable for side impact and uses the stock louvers. All three in the same price range. Anyone try these out??
  8. 0 comments

    This review is early early! How early? Just the break-in ride of just over an hour. I'm still very much in the honeymoon stage, so I'll do a more comprehensive review as the hours rack up. On my first day I rode both trails and motocross. Trails were fast & flowy with lots of smaller hills and rollers to launch from. The bike is fast with being a monster, so it's easy to ride and not tiring. It has good bottom-end power and the mid range on up is plenty exciting, even in Map 1. Suspension is firm and controlled w/o being punishing at baseline settings. It was little soft for some of the bigger mx hits or when I came up short, but not too bad! The air fork is highly adjustable, so I'm sure I can dial it in for a day at the MX track w/o too much issue. But, I'm not an MX guy for the most part, so I'm sure that I'm less demanding that many on the track. Brakes are typical strong Brembo units, hydro clutch is better and the handling is light and easy to change lines. So far I don't hate anything about the bike, but again, limited time on the bike, so subject to change as I gain more seat time.
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