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  1. 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!
  2. captaincanuck

    Handlebar installation help needed

    Ok so, I'm installing my new pro taper se cr high bend handlebars. I'm stuck at a point where I can't quite get the cover that covers the throttle cable on tight without making it so the throttle won't turn back after turning the throttle. Did I screw up with drilling the hole for the throttle tube? Or possibly do I need to put more grease inside of the cover? Anyone getting back to me as soon as possible would be much appreciated.
  3. Jonesr00

    Yamaha WR250F (2001)

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    Bike is awesome, fast but wish it was faster! Has ~Plastics and Fuel tank, Frame from a 2002 yz250f. ~FMF Q2 exhasut ~Pivot works fork seals ~ (SDG)YAMAHA YZ 125/250 2002-2014 (TALL)seat ~Renthal handle bars ~Pro taper grips ~Also have Pro circuit t4 slip on exhaust, stock frame, tank and plastics. I know there's more but cant remember
  4. alleycatdad

    Easy Grip Cutter

    If you run barkbusters of one sort or another and need to cut out the end of the grips, go spend $1.99 on a 12" length of 3/4 inch copper pipe. Slide one grip on each end, stand the pipe up on a block of wood, and smack it good a couple of times on the upper end with a mallet. You'll get exactly what you need cut out of the ends; because the pipe is slightly smaller than your bars, the grips whould come on and off easily--use a little water to get them on if you need to.
  5. clappedoutkx

    Turner Oversized Bars

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    DESCRIPTION The Turner Oversized Bars are an easy and affordable way to replace your O.E.M. handlebars to upgrade your ride to strong and durable oversized 1-1/8" handlebars. Made of 6061 T-6 anodized aluminum. Shot-peened for added strength. Laser-etched markings for precision fit. Bar pad included. Note: Requires specific mounts to accommodate oversized 1-1/8" bars (sold separately)
  6. 2 reviews

    PRODUCT INFORMATION If you’re looking for a great cost effective grip, look no further. With these Tag Metals Custom MX Grips you will get all the comfort and durability of a high priced grip with the low cost of an economy style grip. FEATURES: Available in soft and firm compounds Thicker diameter for more vibration damping Unmatched value Cutting edge design includes a unique grip end that prevents premature tearing and a medium diameter to avoid arm pump Half waffles and grid texture layed out for optimal comfort and control An innovative 3 groove wiring system allows secure fastening TAG Metals grips install easily on all 7/8" diameter bars Two innovative synthetic rubber compounds that provide the ultimate combination of tackiness, vibration dampening at a wide temperature range
  7. grimaries

    Kawasaki KX450F (2012)

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    Great bike, have owned my share and my favorite to date
  8. 2001CR125Rider

    Honda CR125R (2001)

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    Love it! Incredibly fun 2 stroke 125!
  9. pilot4yahms

    Yamaha YZ450F (2008)

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    fastest bike I've ever rode
  10. Randy47WV

    Kawasaki KLX140 (2009)

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    Greatest bike I have ever owned the only down fall to it is that it doesn't have a kick starter on it. Other than that the engine is solid as can be on it, the bike is on its 6th year of riding with stock engine internals, even piston and rings. Great bike after you swap the stock exhaust with a aftermarket exhaust because it uncorks it and lets it have a bit more mid and top end. Over all greatest trail bike there is in my opinion.
  11. iRideYellowOnly

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2004)

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    Plenty of power and fun to ride. Only flaw is the weak aluminum engine case, my chain came off and raped around the front sprocket massing pinning my case saver against to clutch busting the case. But no loss of compression or oil leak. Overall I'm happy with mu Suzuki.
  12. Every single grip I have ever used has came loose on the left side and my method is Scott grip glue and safety wire, what methods do you guys use to hold them mother truckers on
  13. liljawn

    HDB Top Clamp Bolt Pattern

    I am going to order a set of these hand guards to go along with my handle bars I have picked out 7/8" Renthal CR HIGH 722-01 795 95 70 125 62 195 I sent HDB a message asking if they could tell me the proper clamp bolt pattern haven't heard back yet egear to order! Also very new to working on bikes.
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