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  1. IRVINE, CA - February 20th, 2015 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - The 3rd round of the MSR Presents Big 6 GP series is set to take place next, February 28th & March 1st, and will host a special guest this year. Off-road and motorcycle legend Malcolm Smith will be attending the Prairie Dogs Glen Helen GP as the Grand Marshall and will be on hand enjoying the racing activities, as well as signing autographs for the weekend attendees. Make sure to mark your calendars and come out to enjoy some great racing and visit with the legend himself! For more information and to stay up to date on everything MSR, please visit our website at msracing.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
  2. MGDRZ

    What shifters do you use?

    Recently picked up a 2016 Drz 400sm. Having a hard time getting under the shifter with the OEM one, I have size 8 boots but they are wide/tall. I see many ppl are using the MSR, anybody using Hammerhead shifters?
  3. CRF450XINOZ

    Honda CRF450X (2009)


    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
  4. yzS50f

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)


    Plenty of power, great range, great suspension. Engine design is decent, carb is okay. First Engine blew up, had to get an entirely new used one. New engine/shining not shown in pic.
  5. ThumperTalk

    MSR Chain Guide

    1 review

    Stronger and more durable than stock chain guides Comes with wear resistant, replacement rub blocks Long-lasting, dark grey, anodized finish
  6. Tailtunz

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2008)


    MRD Racing Pipe, FCR Carb, Racing Cams, Seat Concepts Seat, MSR Shifter, Lemans Billet Alloy Mirrors, Hand Guards, Factory EFX Decals, Rear Cargo Rack, Lithium Iron Battery.....Fun bike.
  7. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION This container stores and transports fuels such as white gas and kerosene. A child resistant cap is included, and the standard connecting threads accept the pump from MSR™ liquid fuel stoves. Made of ultralight, extruded, seamless aluminum. Available in 325ml (295 max capacity), 650ml (590 max), and 975ml (880 max). TECH SPECS Weight: 114g (650 ml) Ideal for: Camping Made in: USA
  8. 1 review

    Does affordability go with race worthiness? In the case of MSR’s Axxis line it does. Frequently chosen by MSR’s sponsored riders for its comfort and lightness, the Axxis jersey and pants don’t clutter things up with bulky TPR logos or unnecessary reinforcements. Instead, you’re left with the right amount of stretch paneling and a fit that doesn’t restrict your movement on the bike. Jersey > 195 gram Interlock polyester > Generous Raglan cut promotes air flow > Poly knit V-neck collar provides a comfortable fit > Non-restrictive stretch Polyester micro cuffs > Extra long tail to stay tucked in Pants > 600 Denier poly fabric chassis > 900 Denier abrasion resistant poly inside knee panels > Ratchet style buckle > 3/4 length mesh fabric liner > Spandex articulated knee, leg, hip and yoke panels > Rubber thigh & knee logos > Machine washable > Extremely light at only 1.2 lbs. (545 grams)
  9. ThumperTalk

    MSR Podium Stand II

    1 review

    • Designed for extreme durability • Made of high quality aircraft aluminum, with hard coat finish • Frame constructed from 1” round tubing • Arched frame for stability on uneven ground • Decal panels allows access to the bikes oil drain bolt • Removable bottom tool tray with secure clips • Extra thick, oil and gas resistant top rubber pad • Recessed rivets won’t break-off • Measures 17” tall • Available in silver anodized or 6 hard coat factory colors
  10. IRVINE, CA – March 31, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The legend of Malcolm Smith was forged in the blast furnace of the Baja 1000. Now this legacy lives on in the form of the 2015 MSR (Malcolm Smith Racing) MAX AIR gear. Engineered from advanced materials, this is the lightest and most ventilated riding gear MSR has ever offered. The MAX AIR line keeps riders cool no matter how the weather may be. “The MSR MAX AIR line is our lightest and most ventilated riding gear,” explains MSR Brand Manager Nick McBride. Excessive heat is not just uncomfortable, it is dangerous. “Prolonged extreme heat degrades your physical and mental capabilities… Stay cooler, longer, with MAX AIR.” Ventilated polymesh panels in the pants offer maximum airflow without sacrificing any protection. Stretch-mesh in the crotch further enhances the flow of air without inhibiting the rider’s range of motion. “Triple stitching combined with heavy denier fabric in saddle area makes this one of our most durable pants,” says McBride. Embossed leather knee panels provide for added wear and burn resistance. “Great for knee brace users,” he adds. The matching lightweight micromesh poly jersey facilitates high velocity airflow, keeping the rider’s core temperature cooler in the heat of battle. A stretch collar with a Lycra™ dam keeps dirt and sand from penetrating the neck area while comfortable Lycra™ micro cuffs to help eliminate tight feel. “Not only is the MAX AIR jersey intended to keep the rider cooler, but more comfortable as well,” adds McBride. “The MAX AIR jersey is designed to work in conjunction with our MAX AIR pants and gloves to create the optimal cooling effect that a rider needs in hotter weather, says McBride. “It not only lives up to Malcolm’s reputation for performance, it looks cool, too.” MSR —The heart and soul of what makes a champion continue. Features & Benefits: PANTS Retail: $119.95 Ventilated poly mesh fabric panels in key areas allow maximum air flow while maintaining protection Stretch mesh panels in crotch and across back allow freedom of movement while still allowing free air flow Double and triple stitching combined with heavy denier fabric in saddle area increase durability Premium embossed leather knee panels for added wear and burn resistance. Multi-panel knee design with stretch mesh fabric, insures non restrictive freedom of movement Dual adjustable waist straps and a ratchet style belt closure for a custom fit Durable rubber thigh & knee logos adds durability Matching MAX AIR jersey and MAX AIR gloves available Features & Benefits: JERSEY Retail: $34.95 Machine washable lightweight micromesh poly construction for high velocity airflow Stretch collar with Lycra™ dam to aid in dirt blockage and prevent penetration around your neck Comfortable Lycra™ micro cuffs to help eliminate tight feel Drop tail design tucks in pants and stays tucked in Bright, bold sublimated graphics with fade resistant properties to look good wash after wash Matching MAX AIR pants and MAX AIR gloves available MAX AIR gear colors & sizes on MSR Website
  11. Bryan Bosch

    MSR Baja Pak

    4 reviews

    > Our largest capacity fanny pak features a massive cargo area, combined with an organized tool storage compartment. Baja tested and endorsed by Malcolm Smith > Wide, anatomically tapered and “air” padded floating design support belt > Comfortably wide 2" tapered belt with zippered storage > Reliable large YKK® zippers with custom pull tabs > Internal clear map window and clear zippered pocket > Tool storage elastic mounts hold everything you'll need > Large zippered cargo storage pocket > Ballistic and 845 D accent nylon with PU backing construction for long lasting performance > Dimensions: 6.5”(H) x 11.5”(W) x 3.75”(D)
  12. ThumperTalk

    MSR Forkskins

    4 reviews

    Protects vulnerable fork tube and seal from dust, drit and corrosive elements Constructed of double-lined, 3mm-thick neoprene and sealed using double stitching Includes nylon cable ties and comes with 2, free, grip donuts
  13. Bryan Bosch

    Necessity is the Mother of Invention

    Malcolm Smith Racing Expands Hard Parts Collection With Lay-Over Stand IRVINE, CA - April 13, 2016 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - While it may be an urban legend that Malcolm Smith once whittled a piston out of hard wood during one of his epic Baja adventures, it is totally true that necessity is the mother of invention. You don't have to be racing the Dakar Rally to be able to use the latest addition to the Malcolm Smith Racing Hard Parts Collection: the Lay-Over Stand. “How many times have you tried to access the oil drain plug or clean the skid plate and couldn't do it on a conventional stand,” questions Malcolm Smith Racing Hard Parts Brand Manager Jason Gearld. “I was just at the latest Big 6 GP and saw a guy trying to change a fried clutch in the dirt… not pretty.” In addition to lending a hand, Jason gave the guy a leg to stand on with this ingenious three-legged Lay-Over stand. Invented for those times you need an extra hand to get at those hard to reach places, the Lay-Over stand is perfect for washing up after a ride or trailside repairs… and all points in between. “The stand cradles the grip to prevent damaging clutch and brake levers, starter buttons and other critical components,” notes Gearld. Other features and benefits for this better idea include: Constructed of lightweight aluminum and stainless steel Adjusts from 13” to 19” with 7 height adjustments Cradles the grip to eliminate damaging valuable components Great for washing under the bike, changing the clutch, skidplate installs, etc. http://msracing.com/index.php/default/hard-parts/ramps-stands/layover-stand.html#product-tabs1 On any Sunday at the track, or Monday morning cleaning, the Lay-Over is the perfect solution. “While you may not have to rebuild your top end in the wilds of Baja with some bailing wire and duct tape like Malcolm, there are plenty of times where the Lay-Over stand is the perfect helping hand,” suggests Gearld.
  14. I myself have a rather opinionated view of the world and having the articulation to be able to proficiently convey my thoughts I feel bound to warn the motorcycling community as a whole that we are indeed on the doorstep of a catastrophe. Okay okay I'll stop with the big words and explain, have you guy's noticed the complete lack of both mechanical ability and common sense that these kid's have nowadays? I don't know maybe it's just a regional problem but I'm just amazed at the fact most of them can even know how to operate a doorknob. It truly seems to me that if it's not digitized in some manner or other they simply don't even want to be bothered with it. This presents two very realistic threats to our motorcycling community , first it is surely a fact that fewer and fewer will choose to study engineering and that coupled with the declining rate of physical activity in both teen's and young adults will lead to a decline in demand for motorcycles in general which undoubtedly lead to a reduction in r&d by the manufacturer's ultimately resulting in fewer advancements . That's all without mentioning the ever shrinking off-road area's to ride , the mounting offensive against emissions and the list goes on . I myself am doing as much as I can to encourage my daughter (5yo) to pursue motorcycling as both a hobby a passion and a way of life , it is vital to the sport that we revolt against this act of social sabotage and restore both our right to ride and the promise of a perpetual cycle of new rider's just as passionate as the generation before them .
  15. ThumperTalk

    MSR Grab Handle

    2 reviews

    KTM grab handle by MSRHP
  16. ThumperTalk

    MSR Aluminum Shift Lever

    6 reviews

    Forged from high quality aluminum Tougher than stock and a lot less expensive Folding shift tip with knurled gripping surface Fits exactly like O.E.M. part
  17. Bryan Bosch

    MSR Xplorer Summit Jersey

    1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS> Articulated fit for optimum riding comfort > Snag-resistant raglan cut poly mainframe > Top-seam stitching for increased strength & durability > Reflective details on chest & sleeves for low-light conditions > Long tail for stay-tucked jersey stability > Lycra micro-cuffs with thumb loops to keep sleeves in place > Strategic stretch panels for superior riding performance > Large ventilation panels at the upper arms and chest > Light padded elbows, upper arms and shoulders
  18. Bryan Bosch

    MSR Impact Glove

    1 review

    > Rated our best glove. > Internal pre-formed D3O™ protective knuckle guard. > Comfort neoprene backhand with direct-injection logo, finger flex panels and rubber guards. > Soft synthetic leather palm panel with minimal internal padding and perforated vent holes. > Tacky silicone print on finger tips for positive lever control. > Integrated and streamlined neoprene cuff design with positive TPR/Velcro closure. > This glove works great for off-road, dual sport and exploration riding. > Neoprene back hand is ideal for cooler temperatures.
  19. ThumperTalk

    MSR Flywheel Weights

    2 reviews

    Precision machined from stainless steel Bolt-on installation at end of crank; no drilling or tapping required Some applications include CNC machined aluminum ignition cover for more space Makes your machine easier to ride by smoothing out the hit