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  1. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION Fenda Extenda fender extensions are manufactured by Pyramid Plastics and attach to your bike's original fender by drilling four holes in the guard and using the screws provided. They fit neatly onto the mudguard to provide extra protection for the radiator and engine from road grit and gravel kicked up by the front tire. Do not install this item on bikes fitted with an SW-MOTECH skid plate. Upon heavy suspension compression, the skidplate can contact the Fenda Extenda, resulting in damage to the Fenda Extenda and front fender.
  2. 1 review

    Custom colored plastic for the XR50 and CRF50 (in CRF50 Style) • Injection molded for a perfect, OEM quality, fit • Complete kit includes colored front and rear fenders, tanks shrouds and OEM style lower fork guards with white number plate set • Available in black, red, yellow, green, blue, white, silver, pink and orange Requires use of graphics kits intended for CRF50 plastic.
  3. 1 review

    I needed to fit a new taillight to my bike so this worked out as a great upgrade with a newer more modern looking LED tailight & number plate mount setup fitted similar to those found on the CRF - X model A nice quality item from Cemoto, Also fits early model XR600's
  4. 1 review

    Color: Black Choose either color matched to OEM or optional Works colors Predrilled pieces mount easily to stock Made in Italy
  5. 3 reviews

    Color: Black Choose either color matched to OEM or optional Works colors Predrilled pieces mount easily to stock Made in Italy
  6. 3 reviews

    Color: White Polisport is proud to present Durable Gloss Polypropylene (DGP), the first plastic composition for off-road that incorporates maximum gloss and high resistance to breaking Injection molded quality for a perfect OEM type fit Exact replica of stock OEM plastic Inexpensive alternative to OEM replacement parts Pre-drilled for perfect mounting everytime
  7. This works so well I felt I needed to share it with others. If you know a particular, upcoming ride is going to punish your bike's plastic or metal bodywork, this cheap and easy method will totally prevent it in all but the most extreme circumstances. "Con-tact" brand clear shelf liner is available at Walmart and dozens of other places. It comes in a 18" x 9' roll and is relatively cheap. It has a backing that peels off and it sticks to plastic or metal body work. It is rubbery, durable, and completely transparent. And best of all, it easily peels right off in a sheet without leaving even a hint of glue after the trip! It will work on almost anything but plastic tanks, engines, or exhausts. (Fuel vapors will excape through plastic tanks and interact with the glue, and extreme heat will melt it. You've been warned.) It can be applied wholy on flat surfaces, or cut into strips and overlapped to conform to any shape. Even if stripped and overlapped, it will still peel off in one large sheet. Use it to protect almost anything in abnormally severe conditions.... On your metal tank to prevent wear from knees or tank bags; On your side panels under the saddle bags; On your fender under the spare tube; On your rear fender under that 50 pound duffle; On your painted rear rack under the spare gas can. Or just cover anything you know is about to take a beating. It even helps in minor crashes and fall-overs! The possibilities are endless. It works safely on both painted and unpainted surfaces. Put on 2 or 3 layers under tail bags, saddle bags, or any other heavy loads - or anywhere else if it makes you feel better. No one will even notice it. It easily lasts for weeks and then peels right off in seconds, leaving nothing but a like-new shine. One roll is enough for years of excursions. I protected my XR650L using this method on a fully loaded, 2000 mile, western leg of the TransAm Trail. I came away without a scratch after almost 2 weeks with heavy things bouncing around on my side panels, layers of abrasive dust, and even dropping it a few times in sandy terrain. There were several others on the trip and no one even noticed I had done it till afterwards, when I jerked it right off to reveal my bike's perfect shine among a crowd of well worn machines! This is truly one of the best little tricks in motorcycledom. It will prevent wear and tear on those "hardcore" rides and help to keep your bike looking like new and it's resale value high. I have used it on both street and trail bikes without a glitch, but I still suggest you try it in a small, inconspicuous location before going full tilt, just in case. Good Luck!
  8. 0 comments

    Amazing bike to ride - no 4t top-end hassles and filling the track with that sweet 2t smell!
  9. 0 comments

    Actually a 2009 model. Not a bad machine. Bad bits; radiators are easy to damage, even with 'gaurds'. Suspension is pretty average, stock. Suspension linkage needs greasing more than average due to a bad seal design. A bit heavy, and not real nimble. Good bits; Tons of power, easy to work on. E-start (plus kick) I don't mean to make it sound bad, it's a pretty decent bike, a few small mods and some different tires (pirelli's instead of michelin) and it's starting to work well now. I'm happy with it. With gold valves fitted front and rear, cutting the bars down a bit and setting the front springs a couple of grooves softer, it's turning much better now and doesn't feel quite so big and clumsy. Just need to sort the rider out now
  10. kk21

    Yamaha YZ450F (2016)

    0 comments

    Great bike! Tons of power! Suspension is great. Will need heavier spring rate if you are a larger rider. Experiment with gearing for better feel. GYTR tuner is a great investment. Love it!!
  11. 0 comments

    Bought this bike a couple weeks ago and changed all the plastic today except for the tank/shroud. I love the power delivery, the size and the comfort.
  12. 0 comments

    Haven't had much time on it but I like it more than the old 200. A lot more agressive. Better suspension. MMM. SOLD :'(
  13. 0 comments

    its a fun bike.
  14. 1 review

    FEATURES Sold as pair Injection-molded, quality plastic components with a perfect OEM type fit. Exact replica of stock OEM plastic components but stronger Inexpensive alternative to OEM replacement parts. Stock color match with less fade Glossy and flexible Impact and abrasion resistant Less prone to scratching or marking Packaged in a printed plastic bag
  15. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Kit consists of radiator shrouds, front fender, rear fender, side panels and headlight shroud (fits your stock headlamp). Fork guards sold separately. This is O.E.M. plastic from Japan. Fits the WR250X/R.
  16. 3 reviews

    Color: Blue Ideal for use in hot and dry conditions Feature a sophisticated venting system that, using the reduced diameter of a supermoto front wheel, allows air to flow over the radiators Polypropylene fender is constructed in two parts and joined with safety screws; allows easy disassembly for the rear section without removing the front
  17. 5 reviews

    Color: Blue The distinctive look of Acerbis is everywhere Pre-drilled pieces mount easily to stock locations Made in Italy
  18. Loki05

    Honda CRF250L (2015)

    0 comments

    It's been fun so far
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