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  1. Ctone23

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2015)

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    2015 RMZ 250 Updated Review 1 Year ownership. For anyone who read my initial review, you will recall I praised the RMZ 250 for its outstanding handling. I have decided to come back a year later to go over my thoughts of ownership and maintenance. Performance- The bike still runs fantastic and starts up with ease. No major issues whatsoever. My only complaint with the RMZ is the clutch. Despite installing the Rekluse auto clutch, sometimes the bike has a really faint clutch feel. Perhaps replacing the OEM clutch basket may help. In my experience the bike shifts fine despite the faint feel. You essentially just need to trust the bike and be deliberate with your shifts. When the bike gets hot the clutch (for me at least) loses some of the feel when traveling from 2nd gear to 3rd. Maintenance - I've put a good number of hours this year on the bike, and she still runs great. Routine oil changes, air filter cleaning, improved coolant, etc, have gone a long way (in my opinion) of the bike running and performing well on the track.
  2. 1 review

    Zero drag patented design Extruded from a special plastic formula for low friction and long life Each roller is engineered to improve drive chain speed and chain tension accuracy Race tested and custom sized for each model 9002 ISO certified sealed racing bearings are installed along with a matching set of stainless steel washers to protect and reinforce the outside bearing seal A specific fit combination of stainless steel or O.E.M. style bolts are included with each roller Unconditional 1-year manufacturers free replacement warranty from date of purchase
  3. 1 review

    Chain Guide pads offer improved and quiet chain performance. Features Powerlip top to keep chain in line with less noise. Self-lube oil in material lowers drag and chain plate wear. Aluminum bushing is installed for durability and light weight.
  4. 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
  5. ThumperTalk

    Dura Blue Inc Eliminator Axel

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    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.
  6. Metzman

    Yamaha YZ450F (2008)

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    Great bike with excellent suspension and nice smooth power. My bike has a Rekluse clutch and a heavier shock spring because I am a big guy and I like to ride single track and open desert.
  7. Cpcmx34

    Kawasaki KX250F (2013)

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    Love this beast. It is a 2014.
  8. condershire

    Honda XR650L (2012)

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    The bike sells itself, nothing more need be said...
  9. rocket625

    Honda XR400R (1998)

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    best xr400
  10. 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
  11. ThumperTalk

    TMV Chain Guide

    1 review

    Low friction chain guides Wear block is included
  12. ThumperTalk

    Polisport Chain Slider

    2 reviews

    Injection molded polyurethane Tougher than stock sliders
  13. blacksmithjoe92

    Axle adjuster blocks

    Hey everybody I'm new to the forum and was wondering if anybody can help me with a question I have about axle adjuster blocks. I recently picked up a 2000 yz125 that needed some work and I got right on it! However when reinstalling the rear wheel I realized the brake side axle block does not sit flush with the swing arm. The taper of the axel is preventing the block from doing that. So my question is, are the adjuster blocks supposed to have different diameter holes? Or did the guy I got this bike from just throw the rear end together go bring me the bike? Thanks!
  14. orismaug

    Drive ratio

    Dear all, I'm riding with 52/13 sprocket ratio. It gives me nice torque on the bottom low gear, as mostly I ride hard enduro. This ratio is 4 to 1, my question is, if I change the setting to 48/12, which gives the same 4 to 1 ratio, will the bike behave the same way? What is the difference between settings achieving the same ratio but with different T numbers on the front sprocket? And what ratio would you recommend for hard enduro ride, slow technical terrain? I ride ktm 400 exc 2011. Thanks in advance, Adi
  15. 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?
  16. tumtumsback

    Possible Cam Chain Noise

    Hey all, Just went to put an 03 exhaust cam in an 01 yz250f. Everything went well -- checked all the valve clearances, and everything is in spec. I go to start the bike up, and I'm getting a ton of noise. Tried doing some research -- people are saying it's coming from the cam chain. How do I make this noise go away? I am afraid to even put the bike into 1st gear and go anywhere with all that noise. Thanks, Colin
  17. 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.
  18. wolverine_05_

    Tranny work

    Is it insanely hard to work on a dirtbike tranny? All the local shops said it would cost around $400 in labor and all I need is my third gear swapped with a new one. I can buy the entire tranny components for $150 on ebay but would it be hard for me to split the case and take all of the tranny stuff out and replace it if I'm careful? I'm decent with mechanic work but have minimal tools and a budget and very little experience. What do you guys suggest?
  19. martyghost

    Honda CRF250L (2015)

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    Unreal. Really happy so far. I had the stage 1 kit fitted before I took delivery of the bike. Gearing is 13/44. Had Renthal Reed bend bars and Kouba lowering link fitted also. One happy chappy!
  20. skaiter1007

    Honda CRF450X (2006)

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    great bike, tons of power, dual sport capable (and mine is) a little on the heavy side, but i'll get used to it and stronger for controlling the beast that it is haha
  21. lugi45

    Yamaha YZ250F (2015)

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    Best bike I've ever had. It's a beast.
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