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  1. JotWEST

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2015)

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    Third bike and second supermoto. So far it is my favorite bike. Thing is fun to ride on the streets and can touch dirt without exploding. Only problem is it's going to take up a lot of my money making it even better.
  2. RobinWatson

    Honda CRF450R (2016)

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    Cons - Not the fastest 450 ever made OEM Rear Shock Sucks. Once hot, no rebound damping Air fork not everyones flavor Pros - Light & Nimble Reliable Good handling (After some suspension mods) Map Switching Strong re-sale values
  3. IAoffroader

    KTM 500 EXC (2016)

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    Outstanding dual sport. Now that the intense 4T vibration issue has been solved it is even better. Tires wear out quickly on the street. Beautiful bike that is a one of a kind in the market.
  4. 1 review

    Oval-shaped or hexagonal-shaped canister with your choice of carbon fiber or titanium outer sleeve Hexagonal mufflers feature a carbon fiber outlet cap to match the design of each bike Outlet cap, perforated inner sleeve and inlet cap are all made of titanium Joint of the inlet cap is milled on a state-of-the-art CNC machine and connected by high-quality, silicon-shielded tempered springs Include a lightweight, compact and high-temperature-resistant carbon fiber muffler clamp Conical shaped and hydroformed header is made of stainless steel; crossover tubes may be installed on certain models Link pipe may be cylindrical and in some models made of titanium; type of construction is based on maximum increase in performance When the position of the exhaust system needs to be changed and the stock bracket is no longer usable, a carbon fiber bracket is included
  5. I wanted to know if you guys have any tricks to fixing this. I have read a lot of forums but I have heard about the ice cracking the pipe. Is that true? Has any had that experience? I will put pictures up when I get home at 3
  6. dslbrnr

    Yamaha WR250F (2009)

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    Fun bike, handles well and fairly light. A little more low end and it would be the perfect bike!
  7. HPilot72

    Honda CRF250L (2014)

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    So far, awesome machine! Changing out the 14t sprocket for a 13T makes a huge difference! Stock exhaust dropped 10 lbs off the bike and removing the rear fender/ lic plate assembly for a DRC Edge2 install dropped another 5 lbs and cleaned up the tail end quite nicely. Stock tires are find for light trail riding, but slippery hard pack or muddy conditions really show how a tire that does well on the street, makes for a lackluster woods tire. I have had this bike on technical terrain and the stock suspension has faired well. I am 190 lbs and the rear shock did require some addition of pre-load. Suspension upgrades are on the 'to do' list on down the trail.
  8. Jass500

    Yamaha SR500 (1978)

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    Fun bike, got to meet a lot of good people and see some cool places in the north Georgia mountains over the years because it brakes down quite often. Character is the gift it gives to its rider. Lol
  9. ThatOrangeHelmetGuy

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)

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    Compared to my last ttr, WHAT A BIKE! I've only ridden a year. this is my second, just went up and down the street, I already love it!
  10. CBYZ250F

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)

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    bike is unbelievable great in the woods
  11. pew05

    Honda TRX400EX Sportrax (2001)

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    Bought an old race quad and redid it. Ended up buying new plastics, so there are pics with it yellow, some red, and all red.
  12. Kizzang96

    Honda CRF250R (2005)

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    Got this bike New always been a great bike
  13. hockeyrick

    Header temp?

    Anyone ever stick a thermometer on the header pipe after a ride to see the temps generated? Or the whole system for that matter?
  14. mrgem

    Aftermarket Head Pipes

    My 2003 450 was sold to me with a fancy racing exhaust -- an FMF Titanium 4 with an FMF titanium Power Bomb header. While these 2 components are no doubt lighter and better performing than the factory original stuff, they are loud and cause the bike to pop on deceleration. I've even purchased and added a "quiet core" insert and USFS approved spark arrestor end cap (both titanium as well, I believe) but the bike is still too loud for my tastes. The Yamaha dealer tells me that these pipes are all prone to the problems I've cited for bikes used at altitude and suggests I go back to the factory stuff. The guy who sold the bike to me actually gave me the original muffler (virtually unused as the original selling dealer put the FMF on it before it left the showroom). But he could not find the original head pipe. I've been running a WTB ad here on the classified page asking to purchase a factory head pipe, but have not gotten even one offer to sell. I've found them on eBay but it seems they are usually in bad shape. That leads me to a question for all of you: Are there aftermarket head pipes (preferably stainless for durability) that will work with my factory muffler? If there are, whose pipes represent the best value? I'd also like to get your take on any other possible solutions to my noise and decel popping from the FMF. It could be there is a better solution to going back to stock. TIA
  15. Anyone on here ever went from a MRD/SSW (Z-PRO) on a DRZ to a FMF Q4 with the powerbomb header? if so please give me your honest review and thought on this, thanks.
  16. Did a search, but didn't find much. Wondering if anyone has the FMF Powerbomb header and results. Their claims sound impressive- but I know how that tends to go. With all the mods I have to my engine, I figure that I stand the best chance of seeing a worthwhile difference. Heard good things about the oversize Powroll header, but the FMF looks like a better mod than the Powroll, and Powroll's website is AWOL lately.
  17. 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.
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