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  1. Crfonefiddy

    Honda CRF150RB Expert (2009)

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    Compared to all of the other 85 2 strokes, this thing is a rocket. The one thing that i don't like is the bottom end power. The bike just wants to not go when in the bottom end, but when i rev it in the top end it really goes.
  2. rebelionshot

    Honda CR125R (2001)

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    01 CR125R New top end & Bottom end, needs fork seals, aftermarket Acerbis plastics, Effex grip seat,FMF gold fatty, FMF powercore2 shorty, 13/52 sprocket
  3. Bryan.711

    Kawasaki KX250F (2012)

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    Great first bike. Purchased second hand from dealership. It was raced and needed a new top end after my first season. Engine was amazing after that, easiest bike to start and was much stronger than stock.
  4. Yellowstuff

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)

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    Handles good. Comfortable. Feels like it could use more grunt in the bottom end.
  5. ridecrazy11

    Suzuki DR-Z400E (2001)

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    My first "dual sport" I've usually just had motocross bikes but I need "Transportation" ;) And the "E" is licensed so I got a great BANG for the buck
  6. soeyesays

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2013)

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    I only have so much money to go around. I'll be spending it on functional equipment and preventative maintenance first(clearly pointed out in E. Marquez's outstanding FAQ section).
  7. parrish80

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2009)

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    This bike rocks. Extremely fun. Extremely reliable.
  8. PWM

    Honda CRF250L (2015)

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    Just picked it up today, August 7, 2015. I had the shop install a FMF Power Core 4 pipe and FMF Programer before I picked it up. It runs well but I only put 40 miles on it. So far so good.
  9. I've read just about every seat thread on this forum for the past seven years, so I know all about Corbin and Seat Concept and Saddlemen and Renazco. I rode an SDG Tall for about four years, and while it had more foam, it was actually narrower in cross-section than the original seat. I liked the extra height, but finally returned to the stock since it was just a tad more comfortable (if "comfortable" is a word you can use in the same sentence as "stock DRZ seat"). Anyway, this seat intrigues me. I've had good luck with Moose products in the past, mostly their clothing, but can find scant little information on this saddle; in particular, specs for width and height. i'm not even sure the stock images I'm finding on Google are for the DRZ400-specific product since Moose seems to be making this saddle for a bunch of different bike. This is a long way to getting around to asking if anyone has seen this saddle in the wild, has tried this saddle, or can give me some measurements or riding impressions? Thanks.
  10. CrashySmashyKyle

    Moose Racing Adventure Seat

    1 review

    > Rugged micro-fiber suede top cover provides rider comfort and confidence. > Side gripper panes keep you aboard during aggressive maneuvering. > Smooth marine-grade vinyl with debossed Moose Racing logo. > Comes with strap kit that enables you to confidently secure cargo to the pillion section of your seat.
  11. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION One Industries Techno Grip Seat Cover For Kawasaki Motocross Bikes. Part Of The One Industries Moto And Mtb Gear & Graphics Collection. The Largest Space Of Contact Between A Rider And Their Bike Is Between Their Legs. A Motocross Riders Connection With Their Seat Cover Is Crucial As To How Well They Are Able To Control Their Bike. The One Industries Highly Refined And Durable Seat Cover For Kawasaki Off Road Motorcycles Keeps The Riders In Place While Maximizing Their Control.
  12. michaelg131

    Coleman ATV Seat Pad

    2 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS Soft-molded foam adds extra cushion Covers existing rips and tears and stops them from growing bigger Three quick release buckles easily secure protector to the seat
  13. 2 reviews

    Introducing the TC-4. The first specifically designed seat cover kit for todays 4-strokes. After months of R and D, FX has designed a seat cover kit with never before used seat technology. The TC-4 comes with all new Dura-Grip material that has integrated embossed top seat ribs that keep you positioned on the seat where you need to be. The TC-4 features original color matched rear panel, raised OEM logos and interlock stitching for long lasting wear. Heavy-duty traction control material Integrated contoured grip ridges OEM color-matched
  14. So yesterday i was a little bored and had to rebuild the spedo/headlight unit on my bike, and as the liquid nails was drying i saw the stock seat in a box off to the side. being 5'6" and 135# i know i'd almost never use it opposed to my gel seat, so i decided to "shave off some foam. Anyone who was wondering about doing this mod and worrying about it coming out bad, dont, i took 20 mins with a razor and a stapler and had it done in no time: well hee it is stock and before i got to hacking And i tried to pull out some staples, but i really didnt wanna fuss with that. and i figured since ill be taking out material that would yield more seat-cover-overlap, so i'd have plenty to staple if i just cut it off: once the seat cover was off i roughly sketched a 2-2 1/2 mark as to how deep i'd go. i then made a cut out to the back and one up towaeds the tank tapering until it evened out with the stock seat. i tried to peel and cut, peel and cut for about a minute, but well that way sucked and wasnt very efficent, so i started to just cut straight down to my depth line in 1-2" segments and then would just cut that piece out and so on the whole way down: I continued until it was done... crappy but done. i was going to try to smooth it out, but taking small chuncks out of there with a dull razor is not easy. you just rip it. so since i wasnt gunna use the seat anyway i decided to go ahead and cover it. to cover it i put one staple on each end in the center to ensure i didnt put it on crooked. then i did 3 or 2 staples towards the center from one side to the other. with 2 inches of foam missing from the middle you really have to pull hard to suck it down. i finally got it done, and notcied that i shoulda smoothed out where the cut part meets the stock part, but oh well, i'd be easy to re-do. anyway i dont think its too bad for a short guy and 20 minutes... oh and be sure when you staple it back down you push real hard and squarely with your stapler or it wont work.... pull fabrick, hold it in place with stapler, and squeeze if you try to hold tension with your hand and staple behind it, it usually dosent work out too well and yes there is about a 1/2 inch gap between the seat and fabric in the middle of the bend...
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