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  1. Ogri88

    Honda XR400R (1997)

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    Truly bullet proof adventure tourer!
  2. PresidentCamacho

    Suzuki DR-Z400E (2001)

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    Just got it. It's halfway converted to supermoto. I need to rebuild the suspension
  3. mxmaster040

    Yamaha WR250F (2005)

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    Great bike. Reliable. Fun and easy to ride. Motor is a tractor and will climb a lot of technical stuff.
  4. 5 reviews

    Scotts/BRP Triple Clamps were given the highest rating of 5 stars in BOTH the Dirt Rider and Motocross Action "Triple Clamp Shoot Outs". These are machined from a 6061 billet block of aluminum and then anodized, to give your model that "Factory bike" look, while increasing performance in strength, stability, steering and add clamping surface. Some off-road bikes have such large, awkward triple clamps, that stabilizer installation and fuel tank options have become very difficult. The Scotts triple clamps are machined to be very attractive and extremely functional, eliminating the majority of problems associated with many after market triple clamps. We also make some triple clamps exclusively that cannot be found anywhere else but at Scotts. These are designed to use 1 1/8" (28mm) oversize handlebars, but can be converted back to standard 7/8" (22mm) diameter bars by using our optional bar-reducers. Use the product index and select “Handlebars” for a full menu of bar selections. The Photo you are looking at is a generic photo to show you the basic components in the kit, but may not be showing the exact kit for your specific bike. The bars in the picture are not included in the kit.Our Triple clamps include the handlebar mounting brackets for the stabilizer (unless you prefer otherwise) and the lower mounting perches. Supercross style barclamps are also available, which can be specified in the comments of your order form.
  5. Mi_thumper_82

    Yamaha YZ450F (2004)

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    Just picked this baby up. Can't give an accurate review due to not riding it enough yet. But this bike rips!
  6. earlron

    Husqvarna TXC 450 (2010)

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    2010 Husqvarna TXC450. Awesome do everything bike. At home on trail, track, desert and street legal. Love it!
  7. crash220

    Yamaha YZ450FX (2016)

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    I love it so far, the tranny is awesome for offroad and the Rekluse makes everything easier!The "hit" off the bottom is abrupt and is a handful in tight single track. This can be taken away through re-mapping or a after market exhaust.
  8. tww1

    Suzuki RM250 (2006)

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    Just got it a coupe weeks ago, and love it so far. It's not hard to understand why it won the 250 2 stroke shoot out in 06. Just re-jetted and added an IMS fuel tank and Scott's damper. Hope to get a Pro-Moto billet kick stand and Hyde Racing skid plate soon. Update: 6/23/2015 Love this bike even more after 6 months. Looking forward to a JD jetting kit for 6k elevation, just to rid it of some exhaust spooge. The Hyde Racing plastic skid plate is doing an excellent job of protecting the frame and engine cases. It's gouged up pretty good and still working fine. Update 9/1/15 Did a top end rebuild with all OEM parts about 4 engine hours ago. It was definitely due for one. Everything was good, just needed piston and rings, of course top end bearing and wrist pin. The replaced parts were OEM, don't know for sure but I'm thinking they were the original parts. Compression sure helps the bottom end power. lol. Changed from Motul 800 to Motul 710, what a difference in spooge. Same jetting went from plastered rear fender to a few drops here and there. Again more compression gets some credit here also. 9 months in, I LOVE MY RM!
  9. iggs

    Yamaha WR450F (2015)

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    Today was spent tinkering with the new WR. It's my first ever new bike and its a good opportunity to get to know my way around it It arrived in the week and I messed around working out where everything was and getting a couple of small jobs done I put the Scotts SUB mount in and changed the bars to a low rise bend to keep the position more or less the same. Unfortunately I couldn't complete the job as I didn't have a 32mm spanner or socket This morning I took it out for a break in spin. Out to lahbab and back was a perfect hour Once back at the yard stripped it down to change the tank, put on a new can and finish the job on the Scotts. Thanks to Sam for helping and ensuring I didn't cock anything up So now I have a new 2015 WR450F with 11 litre IMS tank, FMF Powercore Hex slip on and Scots SUB mounted damper. It was time to take it out for a run It feels great. Loving the narrow, small, compact frame. FI is very responsive compared to the carb. I love the feeling straight away. With the pipe on it feels like it is breathing easily and has plenty of legs. It's surprisingly high. I'm maxed out on tip toes when I'm sitting still on it. Scotts will be interesting to tinker with. I'm going to need the bigger know because this one hides under the cut out in the bar pad too much to make adjustment easy Still on the way I have a Rekluse Core EXP 3.0 clutch with a LHRB kit in the parcel plus a spacer to remove the speedo hub sensor. I've also got the Trail Tech Voyager to fit. Plus of course there is the rally kit. I will do a full build thread on this as I think there is some interesting stuff Jobs that need doing: I need to get down to the ATCUAE office to pick up my international licence. I'll complete my entry and pay my money at the same time. Need to get some base suspension settings for the bike with the rally kit on including working out the right spring rate. I believe the kits weigh about 30kg but if course this includes battery, exhaust and front tank which will all be replacing current components on the bike. Getting the suspension set up well is something that I really want to get right. Good suspension is a skill compensator and I want/need art the help I can get on this front
  10. almaster666

    Honda CRF450X (2005)

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    Fun bike. Lots of grunt. Definitely on the heavy side. But I think I just need more hours riding to get used to it.
  11. WIXConA96

    Suzuki RM250 (1996)

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    I love this bike in the woods the forks are so plush and its very easy to steer with the rear end
  12. Fade

    Yamaha YZ250 (2006)

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    Just bought the bike, can't wait to start riding it!
  13. Romy

    Honda XR400R (1999)

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    Over the years I’ve owned a few dual sports, street legal from the factory: XT, DRZ, CRF-L. Each one was lacking in one way or another. Heavy, underpowered and burdened with emissions crap. I always found myself modding the crap out of them to confidently take on aggressive woods / atv trails. Basically, I had a $3-4000 machine which I had to dump a bunch more $$$ into to get the performance I wanted. So, I picked up this ‘99 XR400 for cheap money. For $1400 bucks, it needed tires, a chain and a carb cleaning. Bone stock mechanically, it already had more power than any of my previous DP’s (so there’s untapped potential). It came already set up with a BajaDesigns light kit, proTaper bars, Acerbis bark busters and an IMS 4.0 gallon tank. I tuned it up, added a Doubletake Mirror, RAM mounts for my GPS/Phone and I’m riding it a bunch and enjoying it very much!
  14. Bennysb

    Stabilizer mount

    Hi all, I'm considering the Scotts or gpr steering Stabilizer for my 02 yz250 that currently has 06 450f sss suspension. Is there a trick to getting either one to mount correctly since it has newer suspension? Just checking before I pull the trigger on an expensive purchase. Thanks!
  15. DASFUEHRER

    GPR 4 vs Scotts on a 300xc

    Im in the market to get a stabilizer on the 300. Not sure which to go with, the gpr4 or a scotts? I race hs/enduros and ride everything from single track to mx. Im really looking for more high speed damping and don't feel/need any stabilization at slower speeds. Ive noticed the head shake effect on the 300 at high speeds, which isnt a good feeling. Whats everyones recommendations?
  16. 72 reviews

    3 fully adjustable circuitsAdjustable damping control that allows 25 adjustment clicks while ridingFull adjustability of the amount of degrees of damping you want from centerlineHigh Speed Circuit designed to absorb those sharp edged joltsEasily moves from motorcycle to motorcycle in literally secondsCan be used for your casual bike and your race bike without any internal changesMounts out of harms way and is not easily damaged from crashesMounts in literally minutes in most cases
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