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  1. PICKERINGTON, OH - January 17, 2017 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - The American Motorcyclist Association strongly objects to a federal agency's attempt to tack a 100 percent or higher tariff on motorcycles made in Europe as part of a trade battle over hormones in U.S. beef. The Office of United States Trade Representative requested comments on Dec. 28 regarding its proposal to include tariffs on motorcycles with an engine size between 51cc and 500cc imported from the European Union. The American Motorcyclist Association opposes the proposed tariff, because trade disputes residing within the boundaries of the agricultural industry should not be solved with trade sanctions levied against non-agricultural products. "There is no logical link between motorcycles and beef," said Wayne Allard, AMA vice president of government relations. "It is absurd to even consider such a move. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative is responsible for developing and coordinating U.S. international trade, commodity and direct investment policy and overseeing negotiations with other countries. The head of USTR is the U.S. Trade Representative, a Cabinet member who serves as the president's principal trade adviser, negotiator, and spokesperson on trade issues. If the agency enacts this motorcycle tariff, serious and potentially irreversible harm will be done to American small- and medium-sized business owners selling the vehicles and to American families who buy these motorcycles for commuting and outdoor recreation. "Should the availability of motorcycles be hindered by these unjustified trade sanctions, dealerships may close, leaving countless Americans without jobs," Allard said. "The negative effects of the proposed sanctions will not only harm the motorcycle sales industry, but will spread through the aftermarket equipment sector, recreation equipment sales, the sports entertainment industry and further down the line." Affected manufacturers include Aprilla, Beta. BMW, Ducati, Fantic, Gas Gas, Husqvarna, KTM, Montesa, Piaggio, Scorpa, Sherco, TM and Vespa. The same agency tried the same tactic in 2008, but the effort was thwarted when the AMA, the Motorcycle Industry Council and bike manufacturers and retailers rallied motorcyclists against the plan. At that time, the U.S. Trade Representative instead raised the tariff on a variety of European food products. About the American Motorcyclist Association Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world's largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders' interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com. Not a member? Join the AMA today. Source: American Motorcyclist Association
  2. Hi guys, just looking for a new set of graphics and plastics for my bike, I have a 2012 ktm sx125. Does anyone have a specific place they aware by for graphics? Does anyone the the best place to get graphics? Thanks guys.
  3. My speedo stopped working last week so i put a new battery in it, worked fine for 1 day, now its throwing code “50-1.7”. Not sure if it is related but i cant find anything about it online. Any ideas??
  4. Hi, I was just wondering if anyone knows how to take the powervalve governor out of a KTM/Husqvarna 85. I’ve bought a new spring for it and I don’t know how to fit it, I’ve heard the spring is in the same spot as in the bigger KTM’s but after I take the cover off the bolt underneath (pictured) just keeps turning. Does anyone know? Thanks heaps.
  5. I've been looking for new plastics for my 2009 Husqvarna SM510R everywhere online. Just wondering if anyone knows where I can find some.
  6. As the title suggests, I've been debating the idea of throwing in a high compression piston. It will bump the compression in my 2014 KTM 350 XC-F from 13.5:1 to 14:1. First and foremost my main question is, because I live under 1000 ft and usually run 97 octane REC gas, will I have to change the fuel I run or not? Also, will I have to change out the cams to aftermarket and re-time the whole motor and ignition? I guess I really don't know what to expect so any advice will definitely help! Attached below is a photo of the bike I plan on putting it in.
  7. I am setting up my bike to do some road riding. I am completely new to tires and would like anyone's thoughts or opinions on the tires I want to put on my bike. I understand that the first number is width, and the second number is the aspect ratio and then the final number is rim size, but I am still not confident in the fitment as the tires I want aren't the stock size. My bike's stock tires are: Front: 80/100x21 Rear: 110/100x18 The tires I want: Front: (Undecided) Rear: Shinko 712 - 110/90x18 If anyone wants to suggest other road tires I am open to anything. Thanks - SLR
  8. I was wondering if the is a way to de tune a 450 or some modifications that you can or people down to make a 450 motor more reliable?
  9. Hi Im Shaggy, Long time lurker first time poster. I bought a new 2018 Husqvarna FE501 and drove it 50 miles to my home. In stock form it vibrates like crazy, The front and rear tires oscillate up and down at anything above 50mph,, and the seat is terrible for anything but offroad. Parts Ordered are Ktmandhusky exhaust cap Ktmandhusky smog delete TPStool Seatconcepts seat (Blue) Polisport clutch guard (Blue) Spoke weights Now moving on to the Questions, Whats the easiest method to removing the TPS cover? Whats the electrical connector inside the airbox? Who besides Munn Racing does the EURO map (PM ME PLEASE)? Without the euro map installed, Will the factory MAP switch work on the 2018 model??? Thanks and greetings to you all..
  10. How is everybody doing. I just purchased a 2017 Husqvarna FE250 for 4,800Euros with only 200 hours on it as I just moved to Tuscany, Italy from the states.. I used to race motocross and quite frankly it was a different time when I used to race, mind you im only 27 but I used to ride a C125. These new amazing fuel injected sexy beasts are something im not used to... I just got back into "racing" as im now looking to compete in some local enduro and harescrambe events out here... I would greatly appreciate ANY advice on, tuning the bike, and beside getting the obvious header and exhaust pipe what other mods would anyone recommend to bang this baby up from 35(stock) horespower to about 40 or more..!? if that's even possible. thank you for the time to read this, I truly appreciate any feedback thanks again.
  11. 3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2016 Manufacturer: Husqvarna Model: TE 300 Engine Type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine Displacement: 293.cc Bore & Stroke: 72 mm x 72 mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Fully electronic ignition system Ignition: Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing Starting System: Kickstarter and electric starter Transmission: Six-speed, claw shifted Final Drive: 525 X-Ring Chain Rake and Trail: NA Wheel Base: 58.3 in. Seat Height: 37 in. Front Suspension: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS, 300 mm Rear Suspension: WP Monoshock with linkage, 330 mm Front Brake: Disc brake with two-pot brake caliper, 260 mm Rear Brake: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs, 220 mm Front Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Fuel Capacity: 2.9 gal. Dry Weight: 230.6 lbs.
  12. 1 review

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 249 cm³ Bore: 66.4 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 26:73 Secondary gear ratio: 14:50 Clutch: Wet, multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: Chrome-molybdenum steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP-USD, AER 48, Ø 48 mm Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 310 mm Suspension travel (rear): 300 mm Front brake: Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc Rear brake: Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1485 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 375 mm Seat height: 960 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7 l
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 249 cm³ Bore: 66.4 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 26:72 Secondary gear ratio: 13:48 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP USD Ø 48 mm 4CS closed cartridge Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 317 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 200 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1495 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 385 mm Seat height: 992 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7.5 l Weight without fuel: 97.7 kg
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine Displacement: 249 cm³ Bore: 66.4 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starter: Kickstarter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 26:72 Secondary gear ratio: 13:48 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP USD Ø 48 mm 4CS closed cartridge Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 317 mm Front brake: Disc brake Rear brake: Disc brake Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 200 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1495 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 385 mm Seat height: 992 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 7.5 l Weight without fuel: 97.7 kg
  15. 1 review

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 449.9 cm³ Bore: 95 mm Stroke: 63.4 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 5-speed Primary drive: 31:76 Clutch: APTC™ slipper clutch, hydraulically actuated EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Frame design: Chrome-molybdenum steel tubular space frame, powder-coated Front suspension: WP USD closed cartridge Ø 48 mm Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 280 mm Suspension travel (rear): 266 mm Front brake: Brembo four-piston radial fixed calliper, brake disc Rear brake: Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter: 310 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.9 ° Wheelbase: 1475 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 290 mm Seat height: 927 mm
  16. 3 reviews

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement: 349.7 cm³ Bore: 88 mm Stroke: 57.5 mm Starter: Electric starter Transmission: 6-speed Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS CHASSIS Frame design: 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension: WP-USD Xplor 48 with preload adjuster Rear suspension: WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front): 300 mm Suspension travel (rear): 330 mm Front brake: Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc Rear brake: Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter: 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter: 220 mm Chain: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle: 63.5 ° Ground clearance: 370 mm Seat height: 970 mm Tank capacity (approx.): 8.5 l Weight without fuel: 106.8 kg
  17. 0 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine: Single-cylinder, Four-stroke, OHC, water-cooled Single-cylinder, Four-stroke, OHC, water-cooled Displacement: 510.4 cc Bore: 95 mm Stroke: 72 mm Horsepower: 58 Compression Ratio: 11.8:1 Starter: Electric starter Transmission: Six-speed Primary drive: 32:76 Clutch: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics EMS: Keihin EMS Chain: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4 inches CHASSIS Frame: 25CrMo4 Chrome Molybdanum steel central-tube frame Steering head angle: 26.1 degrees Suspension, Front: WP USD 48 mm 4CS closed cartridge Suspension Travel, Front: 11.8 Inches Suspension, Rear: WP monoshock with linkage Suspension Travel, Rear: 13 Inches Brake, Front: 260 mm Disc brake Brake, Rear: 220 mm Disc brake Tire, Front: FE 501 - 90/90 - 21 54M TT Dunlop Geomax AT81F, FE 501 S - 90/90 - 21 M/C 54 R TT Michelin Enduro Competition IV Tire, Rear: FE 501 - 110/110 - 18 64M TT Dunlop Geomax AT81, FE 501 S - 140/90 - 18M/C 70R TT Michelin Enduro Competition IIIe DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 58.3 inches ± 0.4 inches Seat Height: 38.2 Inches Ground Clearance: 13.6 Inches DETAILS Fuel Capacity: 2.25 Gallons Fuel Reserve: 0.4 Gallon Recommended Fuel: Premium Unleaded Weight (Without Fuel): 249.8 Pounds GVWR: 739 Pounds GAWR: Front - 320 Pounds, Rear - 419 Pounds
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    Husqvarna FE 501 (2014)

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    2017 husqvarna TE 300. I’ve Had the bike for a year and have loved it! Just added tubeless.
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    Warning: DO NOT RIDE THIS BIKE UNLESS YOU ARE MENTALLY UNSTABLE AND HAVE GOOD MEDICAL INSURANCE. IIf you meet the above qualifications then get on it and go win a race.
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