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Found 406 results

  1. thorny78

    Talon carbon hubs help!

    Has anyone got any idea when the front spindle diameter changed?? I have a 2010 450 and I bought a set of talon carbon hubs with a60 rims off a 2012 450 but the front spindle just rattles inside the 2012 talon hub an help would be appreciated
  2. ThumperTalk

    TMV Chain Guide

    1 review

    Low friction chain guides Wear block is included
  3. Cpcmx34

    Kawasaki KX250F (2013)

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    Love this beast. It is a 2014.
  4. bc44

    Kawasaki KX250F (2012)

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    This is my 2012 KX250f.. Factory connection suspension, Yoshi carbon fiber full exhaust. Too much list. This bike is a real monster.
  5. ThumperTalk

    ProTaper Steel Front Sprocket

    1 review

    Sprocket Position: Front Material: Steel Sprocket Teeth: 13 Precision broached and machined to the strictest of standards Case hardened cro-moly steel Lightening holes keep sprocket light weight Self-cleaning mud grooves prevent dirt build up Etched teeth number for easy identification
  6. 1 review

    Front chain slider is designed for maximum long term wear life for Baja endurance and Europeon Rallye races 100% Oil impegnated for virturally zero friction and chain drag and is designed with a new shape and thickness to minimize chain torque effect on the suspension 2 stage noise suppression design comes with extra replacement dampening pads to lower chain slap sound and protect the arm This is the ultimate front chain slider for performace and long term durability UV protected Unconditonal 1-year free manufacturers replacement warranty in the USA
  7. ThumperTalk

    Dura Blue Inc Eliminator Axel

    1 review

    Adjustable from -2in. to +5in. from standard by quick-changing pin drive hubs Forged carbon ASX-600 Steel for maximum strength X-33 axles all include a billet or cast hub and are available for select models only Only 12 to 13 lb.
  8. ThumperTalk

    MSR Chain Guide

    1 review

    Stronger and more durable than stock chain guides Comes with wear resistant, replacement rub blocks Long-lasting, dark grey, anodized finish
  9. Michael499

    Kawasaki KX250F (2013)

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    The 2013 KX250fs have been very reliable. Aside from wheel & spoke and chain guide issues, the bikes have held up well to hours of use.
  10. Scruffy Nerf Herder

    Countershaft Sprocket Removal

    I've been working on fixing a seemingly endless list of dumb previous owner issues with my '05 DRZ400s that I may end up outlining in a post later on if I ever get this bike into a usable condition. DPO replaced the chain and sprockets within a couple hundred miles before selling to me. However he installed a 16 Tooth front sprocket, which is quite obviously too big. The chain has rubbed a nice roomy place to live now and has seemingly NOT caused any real damage (fingers crossed that nothing has really been damaged other than a little case rub..). SO I bought a new 15 tooth to replace it, planning to take a risk on replacing just the sprocket and not the chain as well considering that the chain really is only a couple hundred miles old. However I cannot get the sprocket nut off! I've flattened out the lock washer, and I'm assuming DPO massively overtorqued and threadlocked the living jeebus out of the thing (he had a TT sticker on the bike afterall...) The method I'm using now... using a BFBreakerBar, sitting on the bike with it in gear and both brakes clamped down, all the strength I can muster in that position will not break the nut loose. I'm not opposed to heating the nut a bit but I don't want to risk damaging the seal behind the sprocket. I do not own an air compressor nor any kind of impact wrench - is it time to go buy one or do you have any other suggestions? Thanks, SNH
  11. captaincanuck

    Honda CRF250L (2014)

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    Amazing street and offroad bike. With some mods this bike is definitely one to keep.
  12. 1 review

    Part Number: 023107 Features - Premium Gold Series motocross chains - Lightweight, ultra high-strength chromoly construction - Replacement master links available 520XRC - Designed for up to 125cc to 750cc applications - Proprietary XRC ring seal technology is proven to withstand extreme temperatures and conditions - 7,700 lb. tensile strength
  13. robby_kue7

    KTM 300 XC (2008)

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    I'd rate this bike a 5 star no problem if I had ridden more types of bikes, but since I can't compare it to a whole lot of bikes I rated it a 4. Never any issues. Starts right up and runs amazing. Loves to be lugged and has amazing torque for a 2 stroke. Great woods or motocross bike.
  14. trophygoat

    KTM 250 SX-F (2011)

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    Perfect for the track and tested in the desert, bought on consignment from a rich guy who rode it once and gave it back to 3brosKTM. Treated well but not pampered to the point where it might miss puberty. It has its early 2010s developmental flaws and requires new gearing to really make it shine, but it provides probably the best love/hate relationship I've ever experienced with a motorized machine. A definite case where the ability of the machine is almost entirely dependent on RIDER SKILL, which I have yet to acquire an adequate amount of! Smooth power delivery, short gears (but a diverse 6 speed gearbox) and very, very satisfying lack of unnecessary weight are the defining features of this bike. Stock Brembo brakes prove KTM's desire to provide performance out of the box. Although it does good in the desert and on the trails (with new gearing), I would recommend the 2011 KTM 250 SX-F fuel injected 4T thumper for track rats only.
  15. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION Fisher Fabrication House uses CNC machining and only the best materials to make our parts. Chain guides are made of T6-6061 Aluminum, HDPE Plastic, and Stainless Steel hardware.
  16. lugi45

    Yamaha YZ250F (2015)

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    Best bike I've ever had. It's a beast.
  17. I've had this issue since I got the bike. The plates are flat, no grooving in the clutch basket, changed oil, checked clutch lifter mechanism, but still the clutch plates seem to stick together. If the bike is in gear and I pull the clutch, I still can't roll the bike. What's going on? The only thing I can think of is that the fluid in there keeps the friction disks and the metal disks somewhat stuck together. My Honda service manual says to use SAE 10W-40 or equivalent, which I've used, and before that I believe gear oil was in it. Should I use a thinner oil like ATF, and maybe the plates will spin freely when no clutch pressure is applied?
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