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Found 27 results

  1. kxfchris

    Kawasaki KX250F (2009)

    0 comments

    Working on getting it tuned and running properly
  2. ThumperTalk

    Hot Rods Bottom End Kit

    10 reviews

    Owners have the choice between Hot Rods Heavy Duty OE replacement crankshafts or Hot Rods Heavy Duty Stroker Crankshafts Kits feature everything needed to complete crankshaft installation including Hot Rods main bearings and seals kit plus a complete engine gasket set that includes all gaskets and seals for complete engine rebuild Stroker Kits crankshaft assemblies add to the length as listed depending on application; in some cases cylinder head must be modified (as noted)
  3. YZrider103

    Suzuki RM125 (2003)

    0 comments

    I love it. I can beat 250f's all day with it. These bikes are awesome stock but when you mod them they are even more fun!don't listen to anyone who says a 125 can't beat a 250f. They can! I raced open C on my 125 against 14 250fs and i got 5th over all these 125s haul ass!
  4. ThumperTalk

    Hot Rods Connecting Rod Kit

    1 review

    Hot Rods crankpins are manufactured from hot-rolled ASTM 4115 and case hardened to 58-62 Rc Hot Rods works directly with their bearing factorys engineering department to bring you the latest in caged needle roller bearing designs for high rpm Uniquely designed big end uses strategically located side scalloping and vent slots to minimize high rpm bearing race distortion Hot Rods are double forged to improve grain flow and maintain dimensional consistency Shot peened to eliminate surface stress risers and to smoothly blend the rod forgings radiuses together, which unlike hand-ground and polished rods produces more consistent dimensioning and surface finish for superior strength under heavy loads By shot peening the connecting rods surface, fatigue durability is improved two times over a forged rod and over eight times when compared to polished rods Double honing produces an ultra-round (50 millionths) bearing surface, producing a reliable high-rpm connecting rod Small ends are double drilled to supply extra lubrication and cooling to the wrist pin bearing, which is especially important when the piston crown is close to the wrist pin bearing Also feature silver-coated bronze phosphor thrust washer Rod assembly sold complete with rod, crankpin, crankpin bearing, top end bearing and thrust washers
  5. MarioThePlumber

    Kawasaki KX450F (2011)

    0 comments

    Entirely too fun. This is the only mx bike I have owned and it has way more power than I will ever need. It's very stable at high speed, can be lugged without fear of stalling, and punches in every rpm range. Cons? It overheats pretty quickly in off-road settings, has a hard time leaning in turns, and can be difficult to handle. Still, I give it a 5 outta 5.
  6. 4 reviews

    NOTE: Requires special Vertex long rod pistons and G093 gasket kit when using OEM cylinder heads. All new assembly sold complete with Hot Rods connecting rod Factory assembled and trued to OEM specifications, Hot Rods cranks will meet or surpass the OEM in performance Ready for installation Crankshaft is completely rebuildable with genuine Hot Rods connecting rods Stroker crankshaft assembly add 1.5mm to 5mm of stroke depending on application; in some cases cylinder head must be modified or special pistons used (as noted) Main bearings not included
  7. Here's some connecting rod, and bearing info I'm collecting. I was hoping the photos would show up. I guess I'm still a dumb ass at this Left to right are Stock OEM - Hot Rods - Carrillo You can see the quality the Hot Rods and Carrillo show over OEM. The Carrillo is a thing of beauty and almost the same wieght as the much smaller and weaker "looking" OEM. Much like comparing a CP piston to OEM. Weight is as follows: OEM - 246 grams Hot Rods - 278 grams Carrillo - 252 grams The bearing cage photo's are showing wear at just over 34 hours. You can see the rollers are wearing into the sides of the cage. And there's more wear on the thrust washer than I'd care to see. http://s1291.beta.ph...C00701.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00700.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00699.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00698.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00697.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...html?sort=3&o=1 http://s1291.beta.ph...html?sort=3&o=0
  8. littleredridingwood

    Honda XR400R (1996)

    0 comments

    fun, looking to fine tune this thing
  9. Carman

    Honda CRF250X (2006)

    0 comments

    excellent bike. great power (lots of mods) great learner bike highly recommend to anyone looking to improvve skills. surprisingly good for enduro riding.
  10. littleredridingwood

    Hot Rods 440cc big bore kit

    2 reviews

    DETAILS xr440cc big bore kit
  11. Stichris

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)

    0 comments

    !
  12. Radtech

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2006)

    0 comments

    2006 SM model - Bought it in 2008 with 1800 miles, use it for commuting and riding on the weekends. Easy to work on and LOTS of stuff available for these bikes to make them better. Stock they are sort of a pig. Dropped a valve @ 71982 miles, had almost 60K on the Stroker crank and BB... Can't ask for much more from a single cylinder dirt bike. Several different motors and configurations over the 88K miles. Currently back with a stock bore and "E" cams. Still runs great and fun to ride, I miss the extra torque from the BB and BB/Stroker.
  13. SS109

    Kawasaki KDX200 (1990)

    1 comment

    I love this bike so much that I rebuilt it completely from one end to the other, inside and out!
  14. yzyamaha250

    Yamaha YZ250F (2015)

    0 comments

    In love with the bike, the power, handling, looks. Everything. Got the red white colour but like the star racing bikes so got new plastics and graphics kit.
  15. 2 reviews

    Owners have the choice between Hot RodsHeavy Duty OE replacement crankshafts or Hot Rods Heavy Duty Stroker CrankshaftsKits feature everything needed to complete crankshaft installation including: Hot Rods main bearings and seals kit plus a complete engine gasket set that includes all gaskets and seals for complete engine rebuildStroker Kits crankshaft assemblies add to the length as listed depending on application; in some cases cylinder head must be modified (as noted)Kits do not include water pump seal.
  16. Garrett Canada

    Yamaha YZ450F (2003)

    0 comments

    fast as all hell, throws my 150lb 6'3" ass around like nobody's buisness
  17. its_miguelitz

    Suzuki RM125 (2003)

    0 comments

    most fun bike i've ever owned. handles great and hauls ass for a 125. the lil smoker is breathing down the neck of my friends 45o's every time we ride
  18. mtngoat

    Honda XR400R (1996)

    1 comment

    Excellent bike for riding in the mountains. Can even hold its own at a race or two.
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