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  1. Jmheedro

    What if? head mount bracket

    okay so i am curious, whats the main purpose of the head mount bracket on my KTM 125 Sx ? is there any design function thats crucial to riding with or with out it?
  2. Michael499

    Kawasaki KX250F (2014)


    Solid platform to work with. . Carter and Gary Bailey worked on final suspension settings, which are TCD's handy work. The C4MX modified race motor arrived and is ready for installation. New black plastics await the graphics. The Yosh pipe is on. Rental bars cut to 31.5" are on. Sharp footpegs too. The Braking oversized rotor. Graphics are on their way. Here the initial start up of the C4MX motor at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJF-VuBRauw
  3. WideningArc1

    Honda CRF250R (2011)


    I have owned and raced many bike from different brands but nothing compares to the controlability and power of this bike.
  4. Scott Meshey 141

    Twisted Development Engine Services

    1 review

    Twisted Development began with a passion to build and develop the best performance products and services for the racing community. We pride ourselves in putting together the best performance packages that will fit your specific needs. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or a top professional who needs the technical edge to compete at the highest level, we have a service or package for you. Check out Twisted Development's website for all of their services!
  5. fasterfaster

    Honda XR400R (2001)


  6. WideningArc1

    PR2 Racing Works Engine

    2 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS Split Cases and Precision assemble, true crankshaft as required, Complete Porting and Head Mods, Remove Steel valve seats, Install Copper alloy racing seats, CNC Valve seat job, Maximum performance camshaft, Degree camshaft in engine, Install Custom piston, Precision Assemble.
  7. 1 review

    Package 1: starting from: $400.00 (depending on brand) includes: clutch spring kit, throttle body mod, air filter kit and more. Package 2 (top end only): starting from: $2500.00 (depending on brand) includes: head porting, piston, cams, valve spring kit, clutch spring kit, throttle body mod, air filter kit and more. Package 3 (complete engine mod): starting from: $3500.00 (depending on brand) includes: crankshaft mod, transmission ISF process, Hinson clutch basket, Carrillo rod, 5 angle valve seat job, copper seats, head porting, piston, cams, valve spring kit, clutch spring kit, throttle body mod, air filter kit and more. SUSPENSIONSFORK REVALVE: $180.00 SHOCK REVALVE: $180.00 FORK SPRINGS: $115.00 SHOCK SPRINGS: $115.00
  8. My technical question is, are there any cost saving options available for repairing a 2016 KTM 500EXC with a seized engine other than having the KTM dealership tear it down and repair it by replacing all the damaged parts? I was told by the dealership that KTM does not have any complete "crated" engines, so my engine will need to be disassembled and rebuilt at a price of at least $4000. If you are curious how it came to be that a 2016 KTM engine seized up while riding it, well some would probably say this was to be expected given that I had about 160 hours on the bike without an overhaul, but I am curious whether this really is typical. I have searched lots of parts web sites, and I have found a few places selling rebuilt KTM engines, but none advertising them as for a 2016 500EXC. Is it possible and should I consider trying to find an older rebuilt engine to swap out or are there differences between each year or say the XC-W that would require some customization work that is impractical to make it work? I am new to motorcycles having purchased my first bike - a 2016 KTM 500EXC - last July just after my 51st birthday. We instantly bonded, and I rode it almost every day, frequently using it for commuting 90 miles /day then taking to the trails as often as possible. At 160 hrs. I was well past the 120 hr. maintenance that called out for new piston, valves, bearings etc. (est.$3200), when fate caught up with me. I had hoped my luck would last a bit longer because only a month ago it leak tested good, valves were still within spec without a need to re-shim, and I was diligent about the oil changes with the $19 quart full synthetic. While still in half disbelief that I'm no longer mobile on two wheels, I dropped the bike off at the dealership where I purchased from, and am waiting for the call back with the ransom demand to pay.