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  1. Hello, my 250 is finally ready for brakes and rotors. I found a couple sets on ebay, new pads and rotor for $45. $90 for 2 new rotors and 4 new pads. Except they're no name. I dunno, whats everyone else running? My bike gets real dirty and muddy, I want something thats gonna last through all that.
  2. 1 review

    EBCs famous R series sintered pads are now made in EBCs Cleveland, Ohio manufacturing plant with a unique blend of copper based, sintered alloy which offers extended life and stable braking in all conditions, making this material ideal for general replacement on motocross applications. EBCs R pads are US made sintered bronze for longest lifetime R pads for leisure use
  3. ThumperTalk

    EBC X Series Carbon Brake Pads

    3 reviews

    The US #1 selling aftermarket line of premium quality organic disc brake pads. The EBC line covers every make and model on the market, and reflecting O.E.M. ideology, uses a front and rear universal friction material blend that does not require 2 separate part numbers. Carbon graphite X pads for leisure/sport use Lowest heat generation Best for fast dry riding, not for mud, wet or sand
  4. Any recommendation on best method to break in a new front rotor and set of pads? The parts were delayed and I am now not going to get a chance to ride my bike until race day next weekend. Is it possible to break them in properly during first practice session, or am I better to keep the old rotor and pads? My current front rotor is a little tweaked and rubbing the pads at certain points, so would prefer to replace it for peace of mind. Any tips?
  5. TigerATV

    KTM 300 EXC (2000)


    Absolutely amazing bike! Suspension and motor are dialed in perfect. Great low end stump pulling torque and high speed desert racing capability. Set up is for lower rpm powerband hit. Its alot to hang on to so throttle and clutch control are a must! Only complaint is the weight, I wish I had the 380 EXC because it has the same weight with the extra power but the extra power is NOT needed just wanted when racing those big 450s!
  6. Kamikazejr

    Suzuki DR-Z125L (2006)


    great starter bike super low maintenence
  7. ThumperTalk

    Braking CM46 Sintered Brake Pad

    2 reviews

    Sintered metal pad for motocross, off-road, and ATV racing Provides powerful bite using less force/pull on the brake lever Works great in all racing conditions and temperature and offers a consistent brake pad performance throughout the entire race
  8. ThumperTalk

    Renthal RC-1 Works Brake Pads

    1 review

    High performance sintered metal compound made from 9 different materials helps reduce brake fade. Pad is specially formulated for quick bed-in time and immediate response. Ceramic heat shield backing reduces overheating of the brake fluid. Inter granular graphite structure helps prevent brake noise. Vacuum Press Furnace production ensures a consistent density throughout the entire pad which helps maintain a high level of performance for the life of the pad.
  9. Gravesdigger

    6 Sigma Jet Kit Neutron

    2 reviews

    I ordered the kit a couple days because i was told from TT that a jet kit could be the cure to my illness . the problem that I am having is a hiccup so to speak when i am twisting the throttle or pinning it and a sputtering problem going up a hill . i have stock carb and pipe .cut the baffle out and the noise suppressor at the end or that what I think it is . I have NOT done the 3x3 mod was told that i am running a bit lean and opening the pipe bit makes matters worse . so i found the 6 Sigma jet kit and ordered it . figured i should get acquainted with the carb til then so I took it out and went threw the steps I will go through when changing the jets and stuff. i also poped out the plug for the mixture but Lightly snaged the screw itself too when drilling out the plug and in doing that it screwed it all the way in . i unscrewed it 2 full turns out but dont quite know what the factory setting were . Can someone help me on that ? Found that i have a jet that has 142.5 I think its the pilot jet that has the number 22.5 the starter jet I believe and has the number 62.5 I live in Albuquerque New Mexico and ride in altitudes of 6,000-9,000 above sea what are going to be the best Jets for me ? i ask to find out and if this kit will supply the jets that are recommended from here. also they Say they have detailed instructions and proper drill bit for a Slide mod .
  10. CRF450XINOZ

    Honda XR250R (1993)


    I thought I would add my 93 XR250R to the garage (again) to document what I have done to it, It looked like something you would find at a wrecking / salvage yard when I got it, It was missing the carby, Front caliper, Headlight, Front guard, Side covers & other odds & ends but I could see that it was actually still in very good condition & it just needed the missing parts replaced & a good tidy up, Luckily the motor is good & runs sweet after fitting an XR250L pumper carby which is now jetted to XR250R specs I am collecting the necessary parts to rebuild the top end soon At this stage n XR's Only seat cover & graphics would make it look a bit better Dunlop D605 fitted on the rear XR's Only stainless exhaust Header pipe Custom fitted White Brothers E-Series muffler (If anyone happens to have the discs or a complete maybe damaged E-Series muffler with the discs & Elliptical end cap setup (which would also be a great donor for what I need) laying round please let me know) New RHK fatbar mounts & Tag 1-1/8" fatbars fitted, Makes the ergo's much better for me, A bit taller & looks sweet too New white 15.9L / 4.2 Gal Clarke tank New 42 tooth Renthal sprocket fitted, + I have a spare 44 teeth Renthal sprocket also Just fitted, Baja Designs headlight, Moose skid plate & some XR's Only (Custom/were to suit XR600 oversize IMS) tank decals / Graphics Very close to an engine rebuild now, I have a new 77mm JE piston kit, Cometic gaskets, Brand new in the packet OEM XR250R camshaft, Brand new Honda rocker cover + lotsa other goodies to sort out the rebuild, Looking for a good used 88-95 XR250R cylinder head, Anyone have one laying round? Just fitted some CRF450R forks & a 2010 CRF450R front wheel using a set of Emig Racing billet triple clamps Time to move on & sell this sweet old 93 XR250, Anyone interested send me a PM! SOLD!!! Went to the new owner after he handed me $2750AU, A bargain really He is very happy with it especially being a very different looking & unique XR250, Sad to see it go but I am very happy with my near new 09 CRF450X which takes my riding level way beyond, The CRF450X is a whole lot more of a bike, Anyone looking to do a bit more than just ride trails should definitely step up to a 450X!
  11. 2 reviews

    Made in the USA, the Double-H sintered pads have set the levels by which all other pads are now judged. HH rated - Highest friction Rating Grippiest street legal pad you can buy Made from sintered copper alloy for long life and perfict stopping power When required, unique stainless radiator plates are fitted to reduce heat transfer into bike hydraulics The unique double segment vented design keeps the pads cooler and prevents pad drag and fade The iron powders commonly used in many sintered pads that cause the pad to weld to the disc under corrosion when the bike is parked were removed and replaced with stainless powder
  12. ThumperTalk

    EBC Standard Brake Shoes

    1 review

    EBC Standard brake shoes are direct OEM replacements EBC brake shoes are made using dicast aluminium or steel platforms common on modern drum brakes with bonded brake linings
  13. 1 review

    Great feel and modulation Long-lasting and very little rotor wear Good in all weather and terrain conditions Overall a very versatile compound for almost every need
  14. 1 review

    For moderately aggressive offroad use Advanced ceramic composites ready to withstand higher temperatures than your O.E.M. brake pads HH friction rated compounds deliver excellent feedback, feel and modulation Capable of handling almost any type of riding you throw at them Our 1396 compound is the result of years of testing in all kinds of riding and all types of terrain. Based on Advanced Ceramics, this compound is designed to deliver excellent performance in all aggressive scenarios. It offers very fast heat recovery for more consistent braking which, in turn, gives the rider more “feel” and control. These pads are very easy on rotors since they do not have the same levels of metallics in them as many O.E.M. and after-market brands. The 1396 compound also features ceramic composites in its mix, which help to dissipate heat. This gives you a cooler running system that will be able to withstand more heating cycles and deliver consistent braking. Available for all off road and dual-sport applications.
  15. 5 reviews

    From the Cleveland, Ohio manufacturing plant, the MX-S formula offers a high friction motocross sport pad targeting the 2-wheel offroad market and as an added feature now includes HEXAGON DRIVE SLIDER PINS in every set. EBCs MXS race pads are US made sintered bronze for longest lifetime MXS for racers
  16. eyeopenher


    if you changed your brakes, what brake pads and/or rotors are you using??? any recommendations??? did you change your brake cables and upgrade??? master cycliders guards??? anything brakes, lets hear em!!!