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  1. 1 review

    Technology developed through more than 25 World Championships Updated casing design improves lateral stability in corners, compared with earlier MICHELIN® trials tires New MICHELIN® Trial X Light™ rear tire is more than a pound lighter than its predecessor, reducing unsprung weight, for improved suspension response and maneuverability Compatible with low air-pressure settings Redesigned bead area increases sidewall rigidity to reduce tire movement on the rim, even at very low air pressureImproved performance on loose soil and rocks New Maximized Contact Patch casing for better grip on loose surfaces and when cornering More flexible tread area for better grip on obstacles and rocks
  2. 2 reviews

    Tire Application: Intermediate Tire Type: Offroad Position: Rear Rim Size: 19 Tire Size: 130/70-19 NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Designed to maximize traction New rear rubber mixture improves durability by at least 25-30% over Michelins S12 and M12 tires Larger-diameter beads and thicker bead filler area help make sidewalls more rigid than before, which improves feedback Additional thin casing ply under the tread helps improve traction and feel, and speeds warm-up time M12 XC intermediate tires provide dependable traction and steering in mixed conditions and feature widely spaced knobs to shed mud quickly
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    Love the bike. Complete rebuild/restoration ($4000 or so). The 2nd/5th gears and 14R/48 sprockets are great choices. I love the look I've ended up with and couldn't be happier with the ride on and off road. Great bike for me.
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    What's the point of owning it if I can't give it 5 stars?! Seriously, I'm new to the dirt bike world. I've had a Harley, but never played in the dirt. I bought the bike and I'm completely going through it, and making it a dual sport and street legal. The only thing I won't touch is the motor for now, as it was just overhauled before I got it. I think this bike will have more power than I need and will put a smile on my face every time I ride her.
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    just did a OEM top end on it at the beginning of the season and it runs great.I plan on having it ported by Eric Gorr for more Low to Mid-Range in February 2014
  6. OK, So I bought a low-mileage '04 S model last December. Spent the winter souping it up and riding it rurally, never for too, too long and definitely never on HWY for more than 10 minutes. Bike: DRZ S with 18/21 wheels. Stock 15/44 gearing, Michelin T63 tires, 3x3, JD jet kit, stock carb, UNI filter, full FMF, Seat Concepts, guards, lights, yap, yap, yap So today it was really nice here and I had to make a trip to see my folks across the bay. Figured I'd see how bad or not bad it was to ride the Z 90 miles each way. (it was not bad at all) Questions: 1--At about 75 degrees air temp, and cruising HWY speed ~60 mph...about what kind of engine coolant temp would you expect your Z to be running at? (yeah, I know the Trail Tech sensor is only nominally correct, but still) 2--Totally subjective here: We all know these bikes get pretty "buzzy" at HWY speed and it is entirely up to you what you are comfortable with.....BUT What is your threshold for extended HWY cruising RPM or speed with stock 15/44 gearing and 18/21 wheels? (I guess really just RPM) Unrelated ?: Say after I am coming around an off ramp, and get back into the throttle heavy (WOT) to be ready to merge. Or if i needed to make a pass at HWY speed (WOT). I am noticing there is a bit of a "dull" spot in the power delivery. Does not really stutter or misfire, but definitely has a lack of "pull" right around ~6700 rpm. A "dead spot" if you will. Anyone else ever have this? Or have suggestions about what this feeling might be? Normal DRZ symptom? Jetting? I'm open to opinions and understand that there are huge variables! (yes chain was lubed, 21 psi tires, 25 pilot, 160 main, 4th clip, blue needle, ~2 turns out, FMF pbomb & Q4 uncorked) Thanks!
  7. Hey Everyone, I am wondering what tires anyone would recommend for Michigan Motocross tracks? I have always used Michelin S12XC on the front and rear but have never really ventured out to other types of tires. I am currently looking at the paddle knobby tires like Pirelli MX Soft 410 or Dunlop MX11 for the rear and I was going to continue to run the S12XC on the front unless someone has a better suggestion. I am trying not to spend a ridiculous ammount on a new set of tires so if anyone has any good recommendation on cheaper tires (Artrax,etc) feel free to chime in. http://www.motosport.com/pirelli-scorpion-mx-soft-410-rear-tire?mmy=yamaha;yz450f;2009 Bike is 09 YZ450F Thanks for any replies in advance!!
  8. 8 reviews

    Tire Size: 110/90-19 Speed Rating: M Rim Size: 19 Load Rating: 62 Tire Application: Intermediate Tire Type: Offroad Position: Rear NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Developed especially for serious racers Reversible tread pattern with a tread-wear indicator that clearly shows when to reverse the tire on the rim - when the M disappears, the tire can be turned around Mirror-image knobs provide equal traction in both directions on a wide range of terrain StarCross MH3 features massive knobs to resist chunking and reshaped side knobs for better grip Strong casings incorporate three cross-woven polyamide plies Staggered shoulder knobs for superb cornering action Super stiff sidewalls for high-impact shock absorption on landings Flexible tread minimizes rebound on rough tracks and helps keep tire in contact with the ground 100/90-19
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    My FIRST motorcycle at 46 years of age! Bought this 2015 Yamaha WR250R brand new from the dealer back in Oct 2015 with 4 miles on it. Most of my miles are street and highway but hit the dirt often and whenever I can. Simply love this bike! I'm currently setting it up for Adv Riding and it'll be seeing more of the USA and Canada this and following years. No trailers, no rear carriers.. just me, the bike and the miles we pass.
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    Modified with Big Gun exhaust, FCR carb, removed stock front fender and headlight surround “fairing looking thing”, heavy brackets, stock tail light and brackets and stock gages. Installed Supermoto front fender, polisport halo headlight, slim tail light/ turn signal unit, all LED lighting, silicone hoses, Trail Tech Vapor speedo with dashboard kit.
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    WOW, what can I say as a 61 year old buying my last coffin. It still takes work to practice ride MX, but my eleven year older bike (05') makes it harder. I definitely like the 16's smooth predictable power, ergos, suspension, EFI. The rear brake is no doubt touchy (OEM pads still), I stall motor often & have to relearn friction point often. The fork seals are leaking, but KTM says service forks @ 35hrs. I have two other KTMs, 05 SX RFS & 02' 400MXC RFS both with e-button, so I have come to rely on e-start often. So far, lack of kicker hasn't been issue. Spokes have loosened up, rims have dinged, POs did poor maintenance on truing keeping tight. About 3+ hours later, all true and seized spoke nipples freed up. I love the aluminum sheet screws that hold plastic on, lite & effective. And yes, they will not strip out, if you adhere to proper torque. Air filter is no doubt also easier to change, reinstall and I still hate cleaning/servicing them, but this makes it just slightly easier.
  12. 4 reviews

    Tire Size: 110/90-19 Rim Size: 19 Position: Rear Load Rating: 62 Tire Type: Dual Sport Speed Rating: R NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Reversible tread pattern with a treadwear indicator that clearly shows when to reverse the tire on the rim; when the M disappears the tire can be turned around Mirror-image knobs provide equal traction in both directions on a wide range of terrain Specially formulated rubber mix for durability that resists tearing and chunking even under hard use DOT approved R-rated for speeds up to 106 mph 110/90-19
  13. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Billed as a 50/50 dual sport tire, the Michelin T63 is nonetheless a worthy choice for the rider who primarily spends the majority of their time off road. Inspired by the Dakar winning Michelin Desert, the T63 features large burly knobs that grip in rocks, gravel and rough soft dirt. Additionally, you’ll be hard pressed to see any chunking here with the strong reinforced carcass construction. Tread pattern derived from Michelins highly successful Desert tires, for exceptional traction off road Excellent stability and durability High level of grip on the road Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt “S” speed rated for highway use
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    Great Bike. Runs real nice, bought brand new in 2011. I am a big fan of Honda. Bleed Red, Ride Red!
  15. 0 comments

    This bike has all the powering the world and has given me no issues since I bought it.
  16. 0 comments

    Great trail bike. Pretty much bullet proof in stock form. Used to race some enduro's with it years ago. In stock form it has always been on the slow side, but hey, it is a trail bike. It is very comfortable. Have had this bike going on 14 years, and I still love it.
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