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    10/10 would recommend
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    It's been a great bike, use it mainly off road which is what it was designed for.
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    I really like this bike grate in winter ridding witch comes in handy wear i live but vary reliable and no problems.
  4. WET = APPROX 2LBS FOR OIL +APPROX 2LBS FOR COOLANT = 4 LBS WET + 2 GAL = 16LBS BOLD is the published weight DRY WET WET + 2 GALLONS 2015 WR450F 256 260 273 HONDA CRF450X 269 KLX450R 253 265 RMX450Z 273 ’16 KTM 450XCF 234 246 ’15 KTM 450XCF 241 257 SHERCO 450SEFR 243 259 ’15 BETA 430RR 244 256 ’16 BETA 430RR 234 250
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    bought a motorcycle in 2018 in April
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    Super Awesome Trial/Enduro bike, with street legal kit
  9. 2017 RMX450 with 2160 miles on it. Riding mainly single track in Arizona. Last time I took her out no issues at all on some crazy Jarvis type stuff with some river crossings. At home decided to grease my linkage bearings, clean air filter and change plugs as the service manual suggested. Completed said services and upon firing the bike up it is running like crap. Missing, stalling, popping and bogging. Hard to get running under a load, me on the bike trying to go anywhere. Full throttle she runs well but mid range and just above idle its terrible. So far I have done the following all per OEM service manual. Another note, Best friend and fellow rider has same bike and same year so I am able to swap parts to see if anything changes, nothing does. Bike has JD FI tuner. Stock snorkel, throttle stop and exhaust baffle have been removed. I have played with TPS adjustment a few times and current setting is .64V. All TPS and wiring associated is in tact and good condition. Bike has a street legal kit with brake light and TS. All that is in working order with no exposed wiring. Other than these changes bike is stock basically. Replaced rear fender do to a wreck the bent it in half, nothing serious just looped it on a big hillclimb. Checked resistance in coil, found to be in spec per manual. Friend tested his coil and found to be identical readings Replaced spark plug cap and spark plug for shits and giggles Tested TPS good voltage and resistance Tested continuity at Stator, no OL ECT sensor checked out Replaced fuel pump strainer filter and swapped tanks with friend, no change IAT sensor good IAP sensor good Swapped ECM with friend, no change Kill button checked Checked all fuses, nothing blown Battery fully charged and holding 12.74V Continuity checked from all sensors back to ECM plug. At this point I am going to clean injector, throttle body and airbox. I also will check valve shims again, last time I checked clearance they were in spec shortly after I purchased the bike with 67 miles on it(dealer demo bike). Other then that I am at a loss. What else can I do and has anyone had a similar issue?
  10. http://www.suzukicycles.com/Product%20Lines/Cycles/Products/RMX450Z/2017/RMX450Z.aspx#Overview what do you guys think of it? Been thinking about a 450 for off road, etc., I like the RMZ platform in general, seems pretty durable. I did scan thru here and didn't see a mention, please forgive me if it has been posted.
  11. 1 review

    Suzuki's 2019 RMX450Z was built with the serious off-road enthusiast in mind. 449cc of power, a 37-inch seat height, and a sticker price of $8,999 differentiate this Suzuki in what has become a highly competitive segment of the motorcycle market. Built in Japan but ridden the world over, the RMX450Z was designed to be taken straight off the showroom floor and ridden away from the truck and into the elements - a 1.6-gallon tank provides fuel for the journey. Of course, a wide variety of mods for the RMX450Z are available through a number of aftermarket companies in order to help you fine-tune this Suzuki to your exact liking, although some of these changes may render it a competition-only machine. See what we think of the RMX450Z and similar machines. Some would argue that Suzuki's best off-road years are behind it, but that doesn't mean that these machines aren't reliable, fast, or fun. Motorcycles like the 2019 RMX450Z - which comes in at 272-pounds wet, measures at 37 inches tall at the seat, and runs for $8,999 - are still popular and viable off-road steeds that are loved by their respective owners. Engine duties are handled by the 449cc powerplant, while inverted fork suspension keeps things on the level. But don't just take our word for it; get out there and ride a RMX450Z for yourself, because you may find that you are one of the many off-road specialists who absolutely love this motorcycle. Specifications ENGINE BORE (MM) 96 COMPRESSION RATIO 11.6:1 COOLING LIQUID DISPLACEMENT IN CC 449 DISPLACEMENT IN CI 27.4 ENGINE TYPE SINGLE-CYLINDER STARTER ELECTRIC / KICK STROKE 62.1 VALVE CONFIGURATION DOHC TRANSMISSION NUMBER OF SPEEDS 5 TRANSMISSION TYPE MANUAL TIRES FRONT TIRE DUNLOP 80/100 R21 M/C 51M REAR TIRE DUNLOP 110/90 R18 M/C 64M BRAKES FRONT BRAKE TYPE HYDRAULIC DISC REAR BRAKE TYPE HYDRAULIC DISC SUSPENSION & STEERING AIR ADJUSTABLE NO FRONT SUSPENSION BRAND NAME SHOWA FRONT SUSPENSION TYPE INVERTED FORK REAR ADJUSTABLE REBOUND DAMPING YES REAR ADJUSTABLE SHOCK / SPRING PRE-LOAD YES REAR SUSPENSION BRAND NAME SHOWA REAR SUSPENSION TYPE TWIN SIDED SWING ARM SEAT HEIGHT (IN) 37.4 OTHER FUEL CAPACITY (GAL) 1.6 MANUFACTURER COUNTRY JAPAN MANUFACTURER TYPE OFF ROAD WET WEIGHT (LBS) 272 WHEELBASE (IN) 58.5
  12. 5 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 0 Revision Status: New ENGINE Displacement (cc): 449 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 5 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): 110/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 58.3 / 1480 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): N/A Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 1.6 / 6.2 Seat Height (in / mm): 37.6 / 955 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Standard Windshield: Not Available
  13. Hello. Let me introduce myself,I have been here for a while but only reading. I am riding a drz400sm with proper (21'',18") dirt wheels at the moment and had it about 1 year.Learned how to ride and I just feel that my drz suspension can not hold up anymore. I am bottoming out susp. few times and that is scary. So i want to upgrade, i like the rmx450 but i wonder is there a members that had drz in the past and now rides rmx, i believe here is. I had the opportunity to ride one but that was only 2 min. It felt like rock compared to my overplush drz. I have read all pages of rmx related threads but find nothing about riding the rmx after drz. Buy the way i ride fast open stuff mainly, fire trails, sand,woods, hillclimbs. In the fastest stuff on my drz i ride 4 and in the slow i run 1,2 gear (std gearing) Thanks.
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    2018 RMX 450Z
  15. 2 reviews

    KEY FEATURES Fuel-injected engine is based on Suzuki's winning open-class motocrosser, the RM-Z450. The RMX450Z is EPA Emissions and California red sticker compliant. Trail-ready features include an electric starter powered by a compact battery (plus kick-start back-up), a coolant reservoir tank, and an engine protector plate. Enduro ready, full-function instrument cluster includes a low fuel level warning light. The airbox features a hinged lid for quick air filter maintenance. Aluminum alloy twin-spar frame features a high-performance Showa fork and piggyback reservoir style rear shock. Competition-developed seat and slim bodywork creates a controllable, ergonomic riding position. The racing-inspired bodywork and new graphics for 2019 include a sturdy steering stem that is anodized black, complementing the gold fork leg finish. Black anodized Excel aluminum rims are ready to withstand rugged off-road conditions.
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    the ultimate enduro ! it's fast, reliable...and made in japan !
  17. I have a 2017 Suzuki RMX 450z and I had just bought the FMF Q4 exhaust for it, and as with most of the time with this upgrade you have to tune the EFI system. I was wondering if anyone else had bought this particular slip on for this bike and what their solution was for a programmer, or if you really even need one at all? I'm really looking into the Dynojet Power Commander V, I know when these RMX's came out about the only programmer for them was the JD tuning, but I am looking for some feed back on the PCV to weight out my options. Thank you in advanced.
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    I bought this bike brand new. It was terrible from the factory because of the strict California laws. Ran too lean (flame-outs, and the throttle only turned like 1/4 the way. MODS: I removed the throttle body screw, removed the snorkel, installed a JD power programmer, and a recluse clutch. REVIEW AFTER MODS: I love this bike. Plenty of power, quiet, and it runs consistently great. MODS STILL TO DO: I weigh 250 it’s impossible to adjust this suspension for my husky-ness. I’m gunna have the suspension professionally valved and sprung. Just gotta save and wait for my birthday.👍
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