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  1. slavy

    Honda CRF230F (2006)


    Awesome for what it is. Goes up the gnarly hills like a mountain goat
  2. SumoThumper450F

    Yamaha YZ450F (2006)


    After buying this YZ450F I can actually say it is the most fun I have had on a motorcycle in a long long time. I enjoy the raw fun you can have at the twist of the throttle. Coming from a Buell 1125R, it's a huge change but I would do it over the same way 1000 times.
  3. 7 reviews

    Protects vital engine parts and cases from rocks and debris Clear anodized for corrosion protection and good looks Skid plates made from 3/16in. 5052 H-32 aluminum (some plates use .160in. material) Smooth underside wont snag when crossing logs Oil drain hole on all required models Heat-treated chromoly steel clamps keep plates mounted securely All mounting hardware included Replacement clamps available Made in the U.S.A.
  4. 3 reviews

    High quality injection molded for precision fit and finish Easy installation Race performance Made in USA
  5. 2 reviews

    Anodized 6061 aluminum Tig welded construction Protects the engine and helps prevent frame damage
  6. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura Case Saver Kit

    2 reviews

    Yoshimura R&D Case Savers not only help protect your engine cases in the event of a minor fall, but add a unique look to your bike. The Case Savers are CAD designed from billet 6061-T6 Aluminum and CNC machined for perfect fitment and anodized for durability. Each Case Saver is CNC engraved with the Yoshimura R&D logo. Yoshimura R&D Case Savers are designed to reduce damage in the event of a light crash or scrape, the Case Savers are just enough to help get you back to the pits or back home without having to worry about losing oil. The Case Savers are easy to install in minutes without any need to remove the factory engine case covers, gaskets or fairings.
  7. ThumperTalk

    Polisport Rear Fender

    1 review

    Complete kits come with Front cover, Front Fenders (std), Gas Tank cover, Radiator Scoops, and Rear Fender Mounts just like OEM Standard front fenders offer a quick detach feature which allows them to be standard width or racing width.
  8. DerrickH

    Honda CRF250X (2007)


    Bought this clean, low hour 2007 250x this year to replace the 2006 230F I was riding. Completely different ride.
  9. tedcool

    Yamaha TTR125LE (2012)


    Bike was bought new by original owner in 2014. It had the stuck choke problem. Too new to me to know how it will go.
  10. lexirex001

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2013)


    Just needs a 6th gear.
  11. Danny F

    Honda XR400R (2002)


    Great trail bike. Pretty much bullet proof in stock form. Used to race some enduro's with it years ago. In stock form it has always been on the slow side, but hey, it is a trail bike. It is very comfortable. Have had this bike going on 14 years, and I still love it.
  12. cabrito

    Honda XR400R (2002)


    Most awesome moto ever! If I was ever going to just keep one bike this one would be it.
  13. darkman

    Honda CRF450X (2005)


    This bike (with stock tuning) *LOVES* high mountain trails. More power than I'll ever use and still light enough to manage. And God bless the magic button! Minus one star for the complexity of the CRF engine. I do miss the old, bomb-proof XR.
  14. EAR

    KTM 500 EXC (2013)


    Lowered it 2". very light, but I am concerned about the maintenance schedule that calls for an engine rebuild every 105 hours.
  15. Bakkenator

    Honda XR650L (2005)


    I bought my XR650l in 2005 and promptly took it to the Democratic Republic of Congo. I found an article on Thumper talk back in 2006 that described the perfect mods to overcome the sedate nature of the stock model. I made Dave's mods to the carbs, installed an FMF pipe, put a smaller sprocket up front and added a K&N filter. Of all the power mods I have done to my 10+ motorcycles this mod provided the most impressive power and response gains for the least money. I also added: IMS 22L tank IMS foot pegs 1.5 inch bar risers Renthal classic desert bend bars Baja defines fender elimination and lighting bark busters and other assorted doodads of little importance These mods made it look cool, extended the range and greatly expanded the seating position allowing me to stand comfortably for better control over long sandy romps through the jungle. The bike handled well through mud and deep sand and was a joy on twisting mountain roads. I have owned a CRF450 X and ridden several big KTM enduros. They handle better and have more power, but they cost significantly more money to own and they are difficult to maintain. The reason people love retro motorcycles is that they take them back to a simpler time when a man could comprehend the bike between his legs, fix it with pliers and a screw driver in the bush and it could take him anywhere. I felt like a rockstar on my CRF 450 but on my XR I feel like a gritty bullet proof jungle explore with unrestricted access to the entire world. When you get down to it, it is all about how you feel out there. The XR makes me feel good and it always works.
  16. Adamridesinmaine

    Honda CR125R (2007)


    Love it.
  17. ColoradoTim

    Husqvarna TE510 (2004)


    I wanted this as soon as the front end came up on the first twist of the throttle. No getting used to, it was an instant extension of my body. Made in August 2004, so the early model issues with valves and clutch basket were resolved. Mikuni carb ran fine with stock settings even at 9,000 feet. Leaned it out for the altitude and the power delivery is now electric. Stock gearing is low at 14/50. Ideal is 15/50 for single track and riding to the trail head. Electric start is perfect, with kick start worthless. Bought it in 1/2014 with low miles and needing love.
  18. Mi_thumper_82

    Yamaha YZ450F (2004)


    Just picked this baby up. Can't give an accurate review due to not riding it enough yet. But this bike rips!
  19. tww1

    Suzuki RM250 (2006)


    Just got it a coupe weeks ago, and love it so far. It's not hard to understand why it won the 250 2 stroke shoot out in 06. Just re-jetted and added an IMS fuel tank and Scott's damper. Hope to get a Pro-Moto billet kick stand and Hyde Racing skid plate soon. Update: 6/23/2015 Love this bike even more after 6 months. Looking forward to a JD jetting kit for 6k elevation, just to rid it of some exhaust spooge. The Hyde Racing plastic skid plate is doing an excellent job of protecting the frame and engine cases. It's gouged up pretty good and still working fine. Update 9/1/15 Did a top end rebuild with all OEM parts about 4 engine hours ago. It was definitely due for one. Everything was good, just needed piston and rings, of course top end bearing and wrist pin. The replaced parts were OEM, don't know for sure but I'm thinking they were the original parts. Compression sure helps the bottom end power. lol. Changed from Motul 800 to Motul 710, what a difference in spooge. Same jetting went from plastered rear fender to a few drops here and there. Again more compression gets some credit here also. 9 months in, I LOVE MY RM!
  20. Woodsconsin

    KTM 200 XC (2006)


    Awesome single track bike. Most fun I've ever had on a motorcycle.