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  1. 5 reviews

    The Acerbis Endurance Handguard was developed and designed for the need of an extreme rider. It is extremely strong and deflects brush, trees, roost, and other riders. Black aluminum bar provides cutting edge looks, while the curved design provides improved fit on the bike and enhanced ergonomics for the rider. Black X-Strong Universal mounting kit included; works on 7/8", 1 1/8", and twin wall handlebars. Replacement plastic shields available.
  2. 2 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS BRP Hand Guard Mounts are a perfect hand guard mounting solution when space is limited or when controls interfere with standard hand guard mounts. Also a great option for SUB Mounted applications. Made from aircraft aluminum and black anodized for a trick look. BRP Hand Guard Mounts have the same contour and shape as BRP & Scotts SUB Mounts.
  3. 2 reviews

    BRP THREADED BAR INSERTS... are a more secure mounting system for aluminum handlebars using wrap-around style enduro hand guards. They are sold as a self install kit that includes two inserts, two flathead bolts to mount your handguards , one 5/8-11 tap to thread your handlebars and an instruction sheet to guide you through the install procedure. BRP inserts install with a common hex key wrench and can be transfered from one bike to another. The basic concept of tapping the handlebar to accept the threaded insert works like a charm. By limiting the depth of the tapped handle bar you can tightly bottom out the threaded insert preventing them from loosening. The throttle side insert is apprx 1/4" longer to accomodate the throttle pipe. The tap comes marked so it is simple to tap your bars to the correct depth. The threaded bar insert is the most solid mount on the market at this time and outperforms anything else. SPECIAL NOTES: We recommend using red loctite on the insert to prevent it from coming loose. Azonic double wall and Renthal Twin Wall Handle bars are a larger ID than other aluminum bars and these inserts DO NOT fit these bars. These are the only 2 bars we have found that are not compatable at this time.
  4. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS: - Stock replacement brake and clutch levers. - Available in standard and short length. - MX, ED and dual sports models available, Sold Separately.
  5. 4 reviews

    The Fastway Steering Stabilizer is probably the single greatest improvement to handling that you can make to your ATV, Motocross, Off-road, or Adventure motorcycle. Proven to reduce rider fatigue, headshake and high speed shimmy, the Fastway System 3 and System 5 will help stabilize the front end of your ATV, Motocross, Off-road, or Adventure motorcycle and let the entire suspension do its job while the rider experiences increased control, quicker lap times, and better handling.
  6. 3 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Forged from solid billet aluminium these extremely lightweight foot pegs are refined during the manufacturing process for unrivalled strength. The unique triple bridge design allows for 17 teeth across 3 rows for superb grip. The aerodynamic design reduces excess mud build up and 57mm overall width provides greater stability. All this and spare standard grips plus and additional set of super aggressive teeth. The RHK Pursuit foot peg is a must have for all serious riders and racers. SPECIFICATIONS SKU: L05YA120001 Brand: RHK Technology Shipping Weight: 0.9900kg
  7. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Our hand guard mounts are the slickest, strongest, lightest, easiest way to mount your hand guards. CNC machined from aerospace grade aluminum, these are strong, light and beautiful. Replaces the top bar clamps for a rock solid hand guard mount. The very best way to mount your hand guards, PERIOD!! Fits all Acerbis Rally Pro, Multiplo, Moose, Cycra, EE and similar style bar mount hand guards.
  8. 5 reviews

    Protects your slave cylinder in the event you throw a chain or hit a rock. ITEM SPECIFICATIONS Condition: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ... Read moreabout the condition. Brand: ENDURO ENGINEERING Warranty: No Manufacturer Part Number: 13-092
  9. 2 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Very nice billet triple clamps, Makes the conversion to USD forks very easy The only thing that was a bit of a let down was the fact that the front brake hose guide mounting has not been provided or even thought about by the looks of it? I have to work out a way to use the original XR250 brake hose guides or the CRF ones & of course the XR hose guide bolt holes dont line up so some modifying has to be done? Apart from that they are a very nice product
  10. 0 reviews

    I've ran MSR hand guards during the winter for the past couple seasons and really like the added weather protection they offer. I recently ordered up a set of the GL hand guards to replace the MSR units with and finally got them mounted up. I really like the new GL guards, they are bigger/taller and should do a better job at keeping the cold wind off my hands. I also like rubber strap system for mounting and the lack of Cordura fabric covering that the MSR units had (they got torn very quickly). Top notch :thumb With either units I like to drill a small hole in each hand guard and mount them to my plastic guards with a bolt. This makes the whole unit super solid and keeps them from moving around while on the trail. Comparison shot between the MSR and the GL guards. I also prefer the looks of the GL units! FEATURES Cold/wet weather comfort Brush, mud and trail protection Strap on/off in seconds Multiple mounting configurations to fit most motorcycle makes/models equipped with rigid hand guards and/or deflectors Tough stretch polyurethane strap (can be used separately) Custom wind foil shapes No stitching or pieces to fail When not using Bushwackers, straps have a thousand other uses: lash water bottles, fuel, gear to tail rack, hold flashlight in place while working in dark Made in USA
  11. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Like the Titanium Footpegs, the pegs feature a triple row cleat design with a cross brace for positive grip and impact strength. They are 57mm wide for added grip and strength. FEATURES Stainless steel pegs are not only stronger and lighter than stock, in most cases they are a more cost effective alternative to OEM pegs Simple bolt on installation with no modifications Alternating V & X shaped teeth provide a positive grip regardless of conditions 57mm wide foot bed creates a confidence inspiring stable platform Made in the USA
  12. 3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS: ZETA revolutionary over-sized handlebar. Tested and developed by Japanese factory riders. Taper shape design makes the bar flexible against vibration while keeping high rigidity. Made of A7075 - T6 aluminum that boasts great strength and durability. Knurled grip area to avoid slippage. Wide range of bends available. Includes injection molded rubber foam SX bar pad. Available in black color.
  13. 0 comments

    Great bike, all day comfortable, reliable. lots of fun
  14. 0 comments

    Current mods: Seatconcepts seat Acerbis 3.7 gas tank (black) Acerbis RMZ 450 front fender Acerbis black tank shrouds Acerbis black number plates Acerbis black rear fender Rear luggage rack Thumpertalk Engine case protectors Thumpertalk Skid plate Zeta brake lever (from Wheeling Cycle Supply) Righteous clutch lever Zeta mirror holder (for GPS ball mount) (from Wheeling Cycle Supply) Moose racing black handguards Moose racing plastic handguards Polisport halo headlight (black) Black tail bag
  15. 0 comments

    So far great bike, still getting it set up for dual sport (light use)
  16. 0 comments

    Best bike I've owned so far. The map switch makes it into multiple bikes with the push of a button. I bought it because I was tired of always chasing power with my 250F. Now I have more power than I will ever need and can focus on detuning it with the push of a button for tight single track. Suspension: best stock suspension I've ridden, this is the first bike that I'm not going to revalve. Works on single track rocks and roots while also getting me around a vet MX track. Handling: feels lighter than my old 250F and has much better front wheel feel/feedback. You actually get some warning before the front washes out. I'm currently running a 2 link longer chain, I like the way the bike handles with the longer wheelbase. Still turns well and is super stable on whooped out desert runs. Brakes: the front brake needed bleeding when new, but after getting all the air out it's plenty strong with good modulation/feedback. The rear brake works without being too grabby. Controls: the clutch pull is light and stays consistent, I do think the engagement point is abrupt, but I got used to it. The throttle cam is on the aggressive side at low throttle openings and will bite you if you get careless. Rider triangle: I'm short, 5'7", so the low seat and stock handlebar position works great for me. Contrary to other reviews, I don't feel like the bike is any wider than other liquid cooled bikes I've ridden. Plastic: the oem blue plastic has gotten much better than my old WR. After a year of riding there are no white streaks anywhere on the bike. The inlayed graphics are sweet, still look brand new! Overall fit and finish: bike is wearing very well. I'm still running stock Controls and haven't had anything break. My fork seals did start seeping at 18 hours, but after cleaning the seals and started lubricating the lower tubes after every wash they have sealed back up. After 13 months all I've had to buy is oil, tires, front sprocket, and chain.
  17. 0 comments

    My friend from Finland actually found this in local Craigslist! So, as an investment, I went right after it before the hillclimbers got to it. It’s an awesome bike in great shape, relatively low hours and mostly original. I installed a new seat cover and tires then picked up a janky pair of shrouds to save the originals. It has been bored however, but man, this thing is an animal....even my buddy says it runs way better than his CR500 he’s owned since new. Honestly, I don’t want to sell it now!
  18. iCrash

    Yamaha YZ125 (2000)

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    This is my woods bike. I'm just getting into hare scramble racing and this yz is absolutely amazing for my application (short guy). I always though 4 strokes were the way to go until I rode this
  19. 1 review

    Features the same shape as those used on the Honda HRC factory machines and includes molybdenum steel bolts for increased rigidity. For use with 1-1/8 inch handlebars.
  20. 2 reviews

    With over 10 years experience in design, testing and racing we are an industry leader when it comes to triple clamps. We have the experience of working closely with several top level teams and riders to develop a line of triple clamps that offer improved ergonomics, handling and ease of mounting Scotts and GPR stabilizers. Rest assured when you are running a BRP triple clamp setup you are running the very best. Generally you have several options available when selecting a triple clamp such as Solid or Rubber Mounted Bar Mounts (Most models) Bar Clamp Configuration (Moto, SX, Scotts or SUB Mount) Bar Mount Handlebar Size (7/8" or 1 1/8") Bar Mount Height (1.240", 1.360", 1.640") Bar Position (Relative to Stem "RTS") Special Offsets (Available for certain models only) BRP triple clamps are the only triple clamps on the market that are exclusively designed for mounting a stabilizer. We have the ability to mount a stabilizer on most late model mx, off road, dual-sport, super moto and adventure bikes including mini's. BRP triple clamps are manufactured to the highest quality standards from 6061-T6 billet aluminum making our triple clamps far stronger than the OEM units and comparable in weight. Finished in our signature black anodize. Bar Clamp and Bar Mount Configurations We offer 4 different bar mount configurations; Moto, SX, Scotts and SUB Mount. The Moto, SX and Scotts bar mount configurations are available for both 7/8" and 1 1/8" bars and the SUB Mount is only available for 1 1/8" bars. Handlebar adapters that allow 7/8" bars in 1 1/8" bar mounts are available for those of you who prefer running the standard 7/8" handlebar. Handlebar Position Options All triple clamps and bar mount configurations are different. At BRP most of our triple clamps offer a farther forward bar position than the OEM triple clamp. That along with the 3 lower bar perch height options and 3mm offset perches you have the ability to configure a handlebar position that works best for you. Along with the image on the right and the bar position charts located on our Bar Position Page, you should have all the information you need to select the bar position and height that best suits you and your preferred setup. Special Offset Clamps What is a triple clamp offset? Triple clamp offset is the distance measured between the centerline of the steering stem bore and the centerline of the fork bores (see image). Some models can benefit greatly from a reduced offset, by reducing the offset or moving the forks closer to the steering stem you change the weight characteristics on the machine which will give the front end a more planted feel and thus reduce wandering and pushing in the turns. The benefit is a great deal more confidence in the front end allowing you to corner better and charge harder.
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