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  1. kxkid110

    KTM 150 SX (2016)


    Great suspension, very powerful engine, quick handling, light feel, great clutch and brakes, just an amazing bike overall.
  2. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The NEXT SMART LEVER in a 3 point lab test at a leading University demonstrates that the NEXT SMART LEVER is significantly stiffer for better control and "pull in feel" when compared to other composite levers at 3 different deflection points. Yet has a significantly deflection range as to NOT break in a typical off road crash. Anti Fatigue, Anti-Vibration composite lever blade has a very comfortable feel that reduces finger fatigue and arm pump. Ultra lightweight 68 gram lever without pull in flex for a solid feel. Fits in stock OEM perches. Exclusive LCP-10 Liquid Crystal Poly/Aluminum Hybrid design. Lightweight NO Springs or hinges for added weight. Maybe the lightest lever in the marketplace. CNC Machined aircraft grade 6061 T6 Aluminum knuckle. Manufactured to factory team specifications. Limited lifetime warranty**. Colors Available: Matte Black or Matte White
  3. This weekend I had a left grip nearly come off on me during some wet riding. Fortunately I noticed it and go some zip ties around it and it behaved itself for the rest of the ride. Normally I've been using acetone to melt the grip to the bar, which has worked well until this weekend. Obviously the wet weather undid that bonding pretty easily. I also found out when replacing the grips with some NEXT grips, that the acetone disintegrated the ends of them, and the ends came off the grips within seconds of being sprayed with acetone. No good. In the past I have used ODI lock-ons, and I don't think they have nearly the same isolation/comfort as a normal glue-on. I hate using safety wire. It's a pain to install, a pain to remove, and I can feel it when riding. Something chemical would be preferred. I see people using Permatex Weatherstripping? How bad is that to remove when swapping grips? What else holds up to long rainy rides?
  4. brickson98

    Honda CRF150F (2003)


    Great bike. It's getting a little slow for me though.
  5. Hey. ( I thank you in advance for you help and time I really appreciate it) Ok on to the topic, I am 5'8 118lb. I'm looking to upgrade from my crf100f. Yes I know it's slow/small blah blah blah. It had to be small enough for me to pass down to my brother. Lol anyways, I want to get a two stroke and at first I was thinking about getting a 125. Preferably a yz or rm. But then I was looking around and I saw a few 250s that were about the same price and condition. To buy my bikes my parents help out with a good bit and then I have to work with my auto detailing business and sometimes babysitting to get the rest. So I was thinking about buying a 250 instead. I thought I could grow into it because I can tippy toe right now. (I went to the dealer). I also am a football player and I plan on going all the way. I live in Nevada and I am trying to get to Bishop Gorman Highschool. If you have not heard of them before they have won 7 straight state championship and are currently 5th in the nation. They were first but they haven't got to play some of the other teams. Anyways back to the point, my coach said I only have till I start Highschool to ride dirt bikes. He said when I get to bishop im done. And if that was confusing I'm on the junior team and my coach is the head freshman coach at the school. So I thought I might as well get a 250 and go out with a bang then maybe I can sneak some rides during Highschool and it won't get too small for me because it's one of the big boys. The next step from that really is the 500s. I also plan to save my money while I'm in Highschool and buy a supermoto or maybe a 600cc sport bike. So I don't think I will be wanting to have to sell and use some of my saved money to upgrade bikes. Thanks for reading all of this I really appreciate it and I appreciate all your help.
  6. brickson98

    NEXT Components Defender Handguards

    1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Universal fit for any bike and any size. Brackets feature rotating perches to move instead of breaking. Mounts to bars, not lever perches for better positioning. Vented design allows airflow without sacrificing coverage. Keeps hands warmer in inclement weather. Protects hands against flying roost and debris. Rotating mount design positions the guard where you want it.
  7. It's time for you Roczen hut huggers to admit that this title has a big * next to it when he wins it. Kenny got lucky in the first few round because Dungey did not have his set up dialed, Tomac is on a new machine coming back from injury, and half the top riders are out. The German twat face is getting this title handed to him.