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  1. leo 450yfz

    Yamaha YZ450F (2010)


    After a few simple mods this bike is absolutely awesome! Injectioneering throttle body, suspension from RC tech and Youshi slip on being the main ones.
  2. Looking to find a more open exhaust that will better fit my bike after i get the head ported. I was going to plate my bike but no more. So now my only requirement is a spark arrestor. I would have like to use MRD. However, he doesn't make pipes for KTM's. Any suggestion on good quality and good flow?
  3. 4 reviews

    Material: Titanium Fitted with a titanium stinger Performance Flow end cap Lightweight aluminum Shorty canister is anodized in a rich titanium color Completely rebuildable Lightest silencer FMF has ever made
  4. 1 review

    Material: Carbon Fiber The TRC is a race proven exhaust that falls second to none featuring a Tri-Oval design and a trick cone-shaped end cap with an easily removable low-volume insert. This 3/4 system features stainless steel mid-pipes, dual TRC undertail mufflers, step-by-step instructions, and all necessary hardware for installation.
  5. RC_ichard

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2001)


    3x3, rejet, Yoshi RS3 full, hot cams, zeta quick turn, and a whole lotta balls!

    KTM 690 Enduro R (2012)


    A ton of TORQUE at low RPMs
  7. FJDRR5

    Suzuki DR125SE (1994)


    3/5 for one reason: she was already pretty badly abused when I got her. As is, she's got nada for power, rear suspension squeaks like an overexcited mouse, and she's got rust in the tank. That being said, she's an unkillable tank, taking the worst winter can throw at her, standing back up, and giving it another go. Surprisingly tough for a cheap trail bike from the 90's. She's not fast, but she'll get you where you want to go. As long as the hill isn't too steep...
  8. ReturnOfJorddo

    Kawasaki KX125 (2003)


    Haven't ridden it or broken it in yet. New cylinder and top end kit. In it for $1300.
  9. muzzakxf

    Kawasaki KX250F (2013)


    great back not just for racing but also for the trails if set up properly.
  10. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION 11+ Speed Triple Slip On Exhaust
  11. Cello

    Yamaha WR250R (2008)


    I use it for everything from onroad day-trips to tight single-track.<br /><br />Porkier and less powerful than a 250cc pure offroad bike (such as the WR250F, with which the R shares virtually no parts) - however, the 250cc dual-sport is the most versatile platform of any motorcycle. The WR250R is at the high end of that segment with enduro-like ergonomics and layout - the price reflects this.<br /><br />Stock, the engine is a dog off the line - the power only really comes on as the engine starts to scream - uncharacteristic of an off-road thumper. This can be mitigated with some common modifications to the airbox, fueling system and exhaust - this makes the bike surprisingly brisk for a 250 that weighs almost 300lbs wet!<br /><br />The off-road capability of the adjustable suspension is debatable but just about everyone agrees it's better out of the box than a Honda CRF250L.<br /><br />It's quite expensive new for a 250 but there are many used examples on the market.<br /><br />The aftermarket parts availability for this bike is very strong. For long-distance trips, a variety of extended-range tanks are available (stock range is about 110 miles on the 2gal tank, depending on conditions). Cushy aftermarket seats are available for people who don't like sitting on the 2x4-inspired saddle, which is comfortable only in comparison to race bikes. It is extremely easy to maintain, friendly to live with (it crashes very well and is very durable when fitted with appropriate aftermarket protection), and economical.<br /><br />Consider also:<br /><br />Honda CRF250L - cheaper, fuel injected, less power but more low-end torque, assembled in Thailand but less off-road focused<br /><br />Kawasaki KLX250S - slightly cheaper, but older design and carbureted<br /><br />Kawasaki KLR650 - more comfy for long street rides stock, but a handful off-road when the going gets at all tricky.<br /><br />Suzuki DRZ400S - much older design, carbureted, heavier and more top-heavy - but more gumption in the engine down low<br /><br />KTM 350 EXC - more expensive, more maintenance-intensive, but lighter and more powerful - a lot quicker in the right hands.<br /><br />KTM 690 Enduro - MUCH more expensive, a little bit heavier but great stonks of extra power to play with.
  12. AdamgRM80

    Suzuki RM80 (1993)


    it sounds nice, and i like the fact that its a Six-Speed. huge upgrade from my mini scooter/mini bike thing. that thing sounded like it was gonna die at 20 MPH. but anyway, i really like my RM80.
  13. 1 review

    Color: Brushed Designed for 4-stroke utility quads 304 stainless steel headers and inlets T-6061 aerospace grade aluminum canister with solid construction TIG welded aluminum brackets Heavy-duty stainless steel rivets 2-piece billet end caps that accept USFS approved spark arrestor Packed with Bristol Core brand pillow packing 2-year manufacturers warranty
  14. 1 review

    96 decibel stainless internal baffle insert included USFS forestry approved screen type removable Spark arrestor .049-304 stainless stell pipe construcion with a brushed finish 6061 aluminum silencer housing Thermal barrier coated silencer housing (black) which keeps heat form melting fenders Thermal dispersement (black) coated end tip dissipates exhaust heat Slip fit design prevents cracking exhaust systems by allowing movement between midpipe and silencer dut to sub-frame movement CNC billet aluminum outlet end cap
  15. 94XT350

    Yamaha XT350 (1994)


    Pros: Great learners bike. Comfortable seat. Decent power. Looks great Cons: Kick start (sometimes difficult to start when cold)
  16. 4 reviews

    Low maintenance, lightweight and power retaining Using the exclusive Turbine Dampening System this top-notch product has well earned its U.S. Forestry legal status Straight through design of the spark arrestor canister and the Performance Flow stainless steel end cap ensure strength, durability and track and trail proven unrestricted power #1 spark arrestor in the world.
  17. SwedishBraaap

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)


    10/10 Would ride again
  18. 975

    KTM 250 SX (2013)


    Light, powerful, agile, great bike.
  19. HondaThumpstaxr

    Husqvarna WR250 (2008)


    Brought home and the rest is history