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  1. CRF450XINOZ

    Honda CRF450X (2009)

    3 comments

    Awesome bike, The power, Suspension & handling exceeded my expectations Removed snorkel & opened up the airbox slightly R&D flex jet 170 Main Pilot 45 Leak jet 60 NCVS Needle jet JT 14 tooth front sprocket Hinson clutch cover FMF Powerbomb header pipe E-Line carbon fiber Header cover FMF Powercore 4 muffler Trailtech Vapor Stealth speedo & dash setup, Great to keep an eye on the temperature & RPM etc Having both supermoto & offroad wheels is great
  2. Chris Guthrie

    Yamaha YZ125 (2001)

    0 comments

    Very fast, very reliable
  3. Smith121

    Yamaha YZ250F (2002)

    0 comments

    This bike is great, I love it. it has tons of power and is very reliable.
  4. cheeseshepherd

    Yamaha YZ426F (2001)

    0 comments

    Old man in a young man's body. Wheelies in third...no problem!
  5. skaiter1007

    Honda CRF450X (2006)

    0 comments

    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
  6. Honda-Man-610

    Honda CRF450R (2004)

    0 comments

    Great bike, does all I ask and more
  7. fgrote

    fmf mega bomb header question

    2014 250...... was offered a super deal on a ti mega bomb header , we are in the process of getting the suspension finished so im dumping cash there , motor wise has just a remap , with stock exhaust , im wondering if the mega bomb header will fit up on the stock muffler for time being , its just bad timing to spring for the muffler right now
  8. JohnnyAirtime

    Fixing a dented header for cheap!

    Anyone a skeptic??? I sure was, until last night. Here's what I did, and to what: I dented my FMF Ti header pre-running for the Baja 500 recently. Sure it wasn't too bad, but bad enough where people see it and say "hey... your pipes dented..." Enough to make you want to fix it right?! After reading on several forums about filling the pipe with water and putting it in the freezer to pop out the dent, I was pretty skeptical. I thought, "how can freezing water be that powerful?" Also, not being any kind of engineer or scientist, I had to try it! Skeptic? Yes. That is until I actually did it last night and found it to be 100% true! Simply amazing and so easy! Here's just how easy it was: - Took the header off in about 5 minutes (from CRF450X). - Added enough water to fill the dented area of the pipe, plus a bit more (did not end cap the pipe or plug anything). - Placed in freezer so that the pipe wouldn't leak any water. - Woke this a.m. to a near perfect repair! This repair sure saves taking the pipe to a welder (which I am by hobby) and having them use a rosebud and air to blow out the dent!! Plus, this is MUCH cheaper. You may need to attempt this two, three or four times to get the dent completely removed. But don't give up, the reward is worth it. Good luck!! And have fun! An edition to this article by sootgrinder In the tech tips section there is a nice write up on how to use the freezer to pop out dents in your exhaust header pipe. It is a nice article, and the process works well for four stroke pipes that are a consistent diameter, I.E. not stepped headers or Powerbomb type headers. But it would be nice is you could put some language at the end of the article to warn against using this tip on stepped headers and definately not two stroke expansion chambers. I have personally seen expansion chambers ripped apart at the welds when trying to use the freeze technique. I just want to prevent someone from ruining an exhaust system, and getting upset because they thought it would work for expansion chamber pipes as well.
  9. ThumperTalk

    Dubach - Dr D DRD Headpipe

    3 reviews

    Every DR.D Step System exhaust is manufactured from high-quality, 304-series stainless steel. Each step in the exhaust pipe is achieved via a precision machined ring that not only adds to the performance, but gives the DR.D pipe a distinctive look. The complete system is purged and welded in one of the nations best manufacturing facilities. The muffler is constructed out of 6063 aluminum to lower the overall weight of the system and provide an aggressive, but pleasant, exhaust note. DR.D used a pillow exhaust packing method to guarantee USFS spark arrestor to allow you to use your ATV in a wide range of locales.
  10. Josh_s650L

    Honda XR650L (2007)

    0 comments

    De-Smog, FMF powerbomb, ProCircuit T4, Moose Racing pegs, Acerbis Rally Pro Handguards
  11. wably

    Honda XR400R (2004)

    0 comments

    So far so good. Checked/repacked/replaced all worn bearings, fluids, tires, clutch plates, brake pads, chain, sprockets, bars, grips and levers. Replaced all incorrect size/length bolds, nuts, screws. Removed a ton of red loctite. Usually at the expense of the threads and or bolt, nut and screw! BAD TOAD!!! I want to convert to electric start. The parts are out there. Let me know if you have done it or know someone who has.
  12. Rb26sx

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2007)

    0 comments

    Its great. out of the box the suspension was spot on, bikes feels great
  13. Bodessa69

    FMF power bomb glowing red

    Can somebody tell me what's up with my exhaust??
  14. With the White Brothers E-Series mufflers no longer being made & unable to find a secondhand one to fit an XR250 I had no choice but to modify one to fit, After looking at the mounting brackets I new the TRX400 muffler could be made to fit This is basically the same although mine must be a later revision as it has 4 bolts on the end rather than 6 rivets so it can be re-packed easily First step was to drill out all the rivets at the front & disassemble it then trim the front section of the muffler off to clear the frame, 2-1/4" was cut off the front section, 2" would be enough (The shorter the muffler the noisier it will be) After cutting the body of the muffler, Drilling 6 new holes (which need to be precisely in the correct spot to line up with the inlet piece) it was ready to repack, I bought some 2" stainless baffle tubing & removed the 1-3/4" baffle tubing that was inside the muffler, Got some muffler packing/matting type stuff & some stainless scourers from the local supermarket Cut the baffle tubing to the correct length, Slid the necessary amount of stainless scourers over the baffle tubing then a layer of the muffler packing sheet wrapped around that & it made a pretty snug fit when it was slid back into the muffler body I have found the stainless scourers work quite well at soaking up the sound rather than the matting wrapped around the baffle tube which does not allow the exhaust noise to be soaked up in the muffler body I bolted the front section back on rather than using rivets so it can be disassembled again easily if needed My newly fitted XR's Only stainless header ends in 1-3/4" so I bought a 1-3/4" stainless mandrel 180/U-bend to make the intermediate pipe between the header & muffler, Some tricky cutting & working out is needed to make it all line up neatly & once it is TIG welded it will look rather nice, I hope to have the intermediate pipe welded up in the next few days if I get a chance to get my bike to the exhaust shop where I used to work or an engineer shop down the road, Both can do excellent TIG welding just need to see which one of them will be able to do it first? The White Bros muffler should work well with the new header pipe, I did not get a chance to ride it with the new header pipe so with the new header & muffler it should be nice
  15. jay19

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2008)

    0 comments

    much better than my sachs madass, lol
  16. Harpdogg

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2014)

    0 comments

    for A to B riding , not much else is faster or more fun
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