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  1. Yz 125 not looking bad for an 2001
  2. So I am a total newb to motorcycle riding and wanted to get into a bit of ADV. I got myself a second hand '08 DRZ400E practically brand new and decided to do ,what I though, was the right thing and have a mechanic look at it before I did to much riding. Now my problem is after the service and fitting of new tyres (which they botched, that is another story) I got the bike back with a fair amount of oil left around the sump plugs the bike was left with grease smears all over the plastics and seat from the filthy mechanic, cosmetic mostly and not much of a worry outside of general attention to detail. The part that seriously concerned me however both of my seat bolts were BEARLY finger tight, I discovered this when the front of my seat was shifting a good half inch either way on the ride home. I feel like I now have to go back over every fastener and check to make sure nothing else is botched up. This is something I do plan to do on a regular basis myself anyway but don't feel I should have to 10km (of bitumen) after a full service. Is this pretty much par for the course with Motorcycle mechanics? (this buisness came with high recommendationsin my area) or do I have cause for ripping strips off the mechanic? How bad was the seat bolts being that loose realistically?
  3. 3 reviews

    Graphics, Seat Cover, Trim Kit and Backgrounds included. Fork guards come with Planet Fitness logo.
  4. ryno625

    Husqvarna TC250 (2017)

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    So far I am loving this bike. Was skeptical about the AER Forks, but overall love it. Especially the new motor and balanced crank!
  5. Paul Griffin

    Kawasaki KDX200 (2006)

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    Check out my ride, Put about 40 hours into it, New top end, Boyesen power reeds, air box mod, PC Pipe, new plastics and graphics. Maier rear guard looks cool too!
  6. ThumperTalk

    Factory Effex EVO9 Bike Graphics

    1 review

    Scratch resistant ultracurve 16ml vinyl Exclusive 3M adhesive Precision die-cut for perfect fitment and alignment Fade resistant environmentally friendly UV inks Most kits include shroud, tank and airbox graphics Matching trim and backgrounds sold separately Seat covers sold separately
  7. Jimmynap747

    KTM 350 XCF-W (2015)

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    Brand new
  8. Crfonefiddy

    Honda CRF150RB Expert (2009)

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    Compared to all of the other 85 2 strokes, this thing is a rocket. The one thing that i don't like is the bottom end power. The bike just wants to not go when in the bottom end, but when i rev it in the top end it really goes.
  9. Michael499

    Yamaha YZ250F (2015)

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    Our mod bike. The C4MX motor pulls long and hard. It has plenty of torque. It turns very well. The suspension is great. It remains stable at speed. That quality is excellent.
  10. haden213

    Yamaha YZ85 (2007)

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    Lots of top end power and awesome suspension
  11. pius2014

    Honda CRF250R (2013)

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    Lucas Oil Graphics Kit Renthal Front and Rear Sprockets Blue Seat Cover coming soon...
  12. Bozzinator

    Yamaha YZ250F (2012)

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    Great Suspension, Can start racing as soon as you buy it!
  13. Suprchargedriot

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2007)

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    This is my 2007 Drz400s. Its had a few different identities over the years the latest one being converted to supermotard. I've had it since it was brand new and been modifying it ever since.
  14. KJ790

    Installing new graphics dry

    Most people like to get new graphics, but hate to put them on. I, on the other hand love putting on graphics. It truly is an artform. There are a couple different ways to put graphics on, and they each work well when done correctly. I am going to show you the way I put them on. Many people will say that the windex or soapy water trick is the best. This works well to put them on, but I have found that the graphics do not stick as well using this method. The thing that screws most people up is that graphics can be stretched and compressed where needed. This is very useful when you use these properties to your advantage. After a year of use my old graphics were starting to get a little beat looking, so I decided it was time for some new ones. It is best to use new plastic, but sometimes it isn't worth replacing your old plastic. Such was the case for me here. First I remove the old graphics by heating them with a heatgun and pulling them off slowly. This way very little glue residue is left on the plastics. There is still a little glue and dirt left on the plastic after removal of the old graphics. This must all be removed. I like to use contact cleaner to get the glue off. Be warned, contact cleaner tends to take the shine out of plastic so don't use it where graphics will not cover. I then clean the plastic with rubbing alcohol to get it as clean as possible. I then hold up the graphic to the plastic to see how everything is going to line up. I heat up the graphic and the plastic a little with a heat gun before I begin. Keeping the graphic a little warm is the key to working with it. I start from a point that is easy to line everything up, and I keep checking to make sure that the other holes line up. I only peel a little backing at a time and I work with my thumbs primarily from the center out to prevent any bubbles. As I work my way up the shroud, I keep an eye out for bubbles. If one appears, slowly pull the graphic back as soon as you see the bubble and push it out. I only lay down the graphic on the flat parts of the shroud, I will attend to the curves later. As you go along towards a hole you can direct the graphic in the direction you want it to go. This is done by pulling on one side and pushing out any wrinkles on the opposite side. For example if the graphic is starting to go too far towards the top of the shoud, I will try to stretch the top and compress the bottom to steer it back down. This is much easier with a warm graphic. Once all the flat parts are layed out, heat up the curves and begin to push them down from the center out. Most people end up with wrinkles at the top front corner of the shroud. This is where working and compressing the graphic is key. The only way to perfect it is with practice. Never allow a wrinkle to fold over onto itself so that two sticky sides touch. This is almost impossible to fix once it happens. Always push any creases out flat as they form from the point out towards the edge of the graphic. When you are done heat the entire graphic while pressing on it. Heat and pressure at the key to getting graphics to stick. As you heat you may notice a couple small bubbles appearing. This is because the air in the bubble expands making it bigger as you heat it. You can poke it with a pin and then push the air out while it is warm. If you can, poke the pin on a border where two colors meet, this makes the mark invisible. If you can't it is no big deal because the mark will be absolutely tiny (much better than having a bubble). It is best if you can hit the graphics with some heat and pressure every couple hours for a day or two before riding. Remember, it takes over 24 hours for graphic glue to bond, and the longer heat and pressure is applied during bonding, the stronger the bond will be. If you do everything right, it will be wrinkle and bubble free like mine: If you want your old dingy seat cover to be bright again, hit it with some windex and scrub it with a toothbrush, then wipe it off. This always works for me to get back that original brightness without making it slippery. And now you are all done. Now you can sit back and admire your work for a minute. Good luck, and take your time.
  15. MxSkater86

    Impulse Designs Graphics Kit

    1 review

    DESCRIPTION Pre-Made Graphics KitOur Pre-Made graphic kits are ready to ship, just customize with your name and number and they ship in just a few days! All bike graphics are printed on revolutionary Ultracurve
  16. 2 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Cuistom graphics kit with number 94
  17. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Our state-of-the art digital printing process ensures a HIGH DEFINITION, long lasting product that will stand out from the others. We use supper aggressive adhesives along with ultra-thick over laminates to create extremely durable graphics that are guaranteed to stay where you put them and scratch free even through the toughest riding conditions. We use premium UV resistant inks that keep your graphics from fading for up to 8 years. IF YOU ARE PURCHASING NUMBER PLATE GRAPHICS WITH YOUR ORDER, WE WILL PRINT ANY NAME AND/OR NUMBER YOU WANT ON THEM. IF YOU DON'T WANT A NAME, TYPE- "BLANK" IN THE NAME FIELD. SAME GOES FOR THE NUMBER. WHEN YOU ARE SELECTING THE BACKGROUND COLOR- WE ARE REFERRING TO THE SOLID COLORED AREA IN THE CENTER OF THE NUMBER PLATE. THE DECALS WILL HAVE THE ARTWORK AND WILL MATCH THE KIT REGARDLESS OF THE COLOR YOU CHOOSE. YOUR NAME WILL BE PRINTED ABOVE THE NUMBER UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. All of the graphics kits that we sell are available for every make and model on our website. Check out our gallery to see our graphics installed on our customers machines. All of our graphics are custom made to order and may take anywhere from 3-5 business days to prepare for shipment. If you have any time restrictions, please contact us prior to purchasing. If you have any questions or problems ordering from our website, feel free to email us at sengegraphics@hotmail.com or call us at 412-760-6718 M-F 9AM-5PM EST
  18. If you've played in any of the previous rounds but didn't win, you can try your luck again in round 4 that is now live! Enter Round 4
  19. Inkdwheels

    Big Bore Failure

    I installed a cylinderworks bbk and an FCR amd MCCT the other day on my DRZ... Did everything right acccording to what I've read on the forums... Today was the break in and It went bad... I got the bike started and warmed up and everything felt ok. 3 miles down the road if died and started billowing white smoke from the exhaust. There was no loud pop or bang just an instant loss of power..I grabbed the clutch and put if in neutral and pulled to the side of the road. I did try to restart once and I could hear it spin but it didnt sound normal... And it didnt try to turn over. There are no leaks that I could find. When I added the coolant I did not burp it. I screwed that part up. I pushed it home but I won't be able to check on it until tonight... Where should I start??
  20. ROUND 11 IS ON! TT'ers, we've partnered up with the fine folks at MotoFXGraphics.com (sister company of leading snowmobile wraps vendor since 2004, ArcticFX) to bring you a member contest that we think you'll enjoy! In a nutshell, we'll be running a contest every month (for the next 12 months) where you can design your own custom MX bike graphics on the MotoFXGraphics website and share them on ThumperTalk for a chance to win them. Winners will be picked by your peers based upon designs with the most "Likes". Finally, the previous 12 monthly winning designs will be re-submitted for a community vote, where the Grand Prize winner will receive custom MotoFXGraphics for LIFE!!! >>>This is contest 11 of 12 and submissions for this round end on 01/26/2015.<<< Before you starting designing, please scan the following FAQs & Contest Rules: Q: I entered a previous round and didn't win. Can I enter again? A: Yes! You can enter once per round. So, give er' a shot again! Q: Will I need to download any special software to design these "custom MX graphics"? A: Nope! All the tools are hosted on the MotoFXGraphics.com website. However, at this time, the designer is NOT mobile or tablet friendly (end of summer 2015). Q: I'm no graphics guy, so how can I hope to compete? A: The MotoFXGraphics design tools were made with regular riders in mind. No special skills are required! We give you base designs to start from and you customize them from there. As the guys at MotoFXGraphics say, "Make it yours!". Q: How do I get my design from the MotoFXGraphics.com website into the monthly contest on ThumperTalk? A: All your designs will be saved to your "Garage" on MotoFX. When you're ready to submit your design to the contest, navigate to your "Garage" (under the "My Account" menu), select the design that you want, and click the ThumperTalk logo that is located where all the other social media "share" buttons are located. Super simple! Q: Will this take a lot of time? A: How long you spend designing is up to you but, it can be done in a matter of minutes. Your design(s) can be saved for editing and submission to any of the active contests later. Q: Who can I contact if I run into any technical difficulties on the MotoFXgraphics.com website? A: Please sent a PM to MotoFXGraphics. You must be logged in to ThumperTalk to do this. Q: Are there any rules? A: Of course.... Contest Rules:One contest entry per member, per month (12 monthly contests). Monthly entry with the most community "Likes" wins. Entrants who create additional accounts to boost likes will automatically be disqualified. You may "like" your own entry. Monthly winners (12) will be automatically entered into the Graphics for Life Grand Prize contest. Graphics for Life Contest Grand Prize winner (1) will be selected from among the previous 12 monthly winners. Winning entry will be based upon that with the most community "Likes" (contestant may "Like" their own entry ONCE). Total "Likes" will be tallied as displayed on the desktop version of ThumperTalk. All ties will be settled by random drawing. Winners will be announced in each contest topic on ThumperTalk.com Not all motorcycle makes/models will be covered. Sorry if your bike isn't currently offered. No purchase required, void where prohibited. Graphics for Life = one custom graphics package annually, limited to the vehicles in our system at that time. Not responsible for any uncomfortability when other riders ooooh! and ahhhhh! about how cool your bike looks w/ MotoFXGraphics installed. Suck it up cupcake! >>> Ready to get in on this contest? CLICK HERE to start designing now. <<< MotoFXGraphics MotoWrapR Design Tool Demo Video Attached photos from winners of past rounds and our race bikes from the Caselli Challenge at Glen Helen Raceway last month.
  21. eddychecker

    KTM 450 XC-W (2008)

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    Great woods bike
  22. Q: Will this take a lot of time? A: How long you spend designing is up to you but, it can be done in a matter of minutes. Your design(s) can be saved for editing and submission to any of the active contests later. Q: Who can I contact if I run into any technical difficulties on the MotoFXgraphics.com website? A: Please sent a PM to MotoFXGraphics. You must be logged in to ThumperTalk to do this. Q: Are there any rules? A: Of course.... Contest Rules: One contest entry per member, per month (12 monthly contests). Monthly entry with the most community "Likes" wins. Monthly winners (12) will be automatically entered into the Graphics for Life Grand Prize contest. Graphics for Life Contest Grand Prize winner (1) will be selected from among the previous 12 monthly winners. Winning entry will be based upon that with the most community "Likes". All ties will be settled by random drawing. Winners will be announced in each contest topic on ThumperTalk.com Not all motorcycle makes/models will be covered. Sorry if your bike isn't currently offered. No purchase required. Void where prohibited. Graphics for Life = one custom graphics package annually, limited to the vehicles in our system at that time. Ready to get in on this contest? CLICK HERE to start designing now. Winner Leaderboard Round 1 Round 2 - currently running
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