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  1. 8 reviews

    Fits Excel rims only Includes spokes, nipples for one wheel
  2. 1 review

    FEATURES A cush drive is a part of a motorcycle or scooter drive-train that is designed to reduce stress from engine torque damaging other components during gear or throttle changes. A common design used by almost all street motorcycles, it has three major pieces: the wheel, the sprocket assembly, and the rubber damper. The wheel and the sprocket assembly fit together with five or more sections much like two hands woven together. In between the contact of the two assembly are rubber blocks. This makes it so the wheel and the sprocket have a dampening layer between them, and the rubber blocks reduce wear and fatigue of the metal assemblies. Hubs are CNC machined from 1 piece billet 6082 T6 alloy Original brake disc and sprocket can be mounted on the hubs Hubs are fitted with Koyo bearing, no special sizes but easy available bearings worldwide Most rear hubs have 3 bearings instead of 2 as some original wheels have All 65/85 cc hubs have 32 spokes, all other 36 Centertube and spacer are made of 7075 hard alloy Hubs are delivered with all mounting hardware
  3. 3 reviews

    DESCRIPTION For those large displacement machines that are hard on chains, sprockets, clutch, transmission and spokes, Consider our Equalizer Cush Drive Rear Hub. Incorporates rubber cush blocks between hub and sprocket to cushion those hard blows from engine torque to drive train. Proven in the Paris to Dakkar Rally on KTM’s. Assembled with bearings, seals, inner and outer spacers, rubber cush blocks, and sprocket holder. RAD Equalizer hubs will work with the stock sprocket holder on KTM 640,690 and 950 models, and so we also offer the hub and sprocket holder separately. For use with 36 hole rims. Available for all popular makes and models 125cc and up. NOTE: All RAD CUSH hubs require the use of RAD or other aftermarket spokes. Your stock (OEM) spokes will not be the correct length or bend.
  4. 2 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS Anodized 7000 series aluminum rim Currently available for Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, KTM, Husaberg, and Suzuki models All of the same quality hubs are available in custom colors upon request Fronts and rears available Hubs include inside spacer, bearings and seals
  5. 0 comments

    Very like the ease to innitiate to this bike. Good suspension setup, nice handling but a little lack in power. I upgrade it throught the years with this : Suspension : Stiffer .46kg/mm Factory Connection fork springs, Factory Connection lowering link, thicker FF5 Factory Connection oil in the HSSD. So the bike is now more stable without sacrifying is handling Engine : C4MX ported cylinder head, Pro Circuit camshaft and complete valvetrain, Yoshimura RS4 full exhaust, Moto Tassinari Air4orce, TUF 43mm Throttle body insert, EBC HD clutch spring, Twin air filters, PC racing Pro seal, removed backfire screen with a remaped ECM by Eddie Sisneros. I have now a better response, strong power everywhere with a lot of overrev. Control : Renthal twinwall handlebar, Zeta rubber killer, Zeta fold back lever, Motion pro revolver throttle system, Motion pro grips, Tusk footpegs. Drive : DID VT2 Xring chain, Supersprox stealth 48 teeth rear sprocket, Supersprox 13 teeth front sprocket, Zeta axle blocs. Body : Custom plastics mix, Custom graphic kit, Factory FX B4 seat cover, Cycra full armor skid plate, Work connection Holeshot device, Work connection Radiators braces, Black rims, Red anodized look hubs, Michelin tire, Moose spokes set, Zeta, breather, clips, plugs, washer and cap. With all this upgrade the bike became a real beast on the track.
  6. 9 reviews

    Spoke Skins are the alternative to the expensive cost of powder coating. Not to mention the hassle of unlacing and re-lacing your wheels. With our skins there is no unlacing, do not chip, fade or come off easily and they are easy to install. This is also a great way to cover up those rusty old spokes, they are easy to clean with soap and water and can also withstand a pressure washer. They do not fly off and will help keep the mud from gathering on your spokes. They are removable and seams can be closed by using a hot air gun. With each set comes with 38 skins for the front and 38 skins for the rear. They come with a non-visible slit which allows you to install them without unlacing your wheels. It is recommended that you find the length of your spokes when beginning, the skins are usually a little longer on some that way you can trim them down to fit properly. Please keep in mind that not all hubs are the same length on both sides so check both sides prior to trimming to be sure to fit correctly. We can also do custom lengths, colors and mix and match sets upon request. We sell skins for moto, mini moto, bmx bikes, strider bikes, street bikes and bicycles if you got spokes we can skin it.
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    This bike came from the estate of the late Al Baker. It is said to have been a Honda-Mugen team bike, wearing either 645 or 646 number plates. I was told that Al Baker and Jack Johnson won the 1982 Baja 500 on this bike. Research confirms that they accomplished this feat on a Honda, but i am yet to find images. The white Mugen color scheme is how the bike looked when i bought it. Even the bronze brake hub powder coat was preserved.
  8. 2 reviews

    We offer our most popular spoke kits Pre-Packaged, and they can be ordered by part number. All our pre-packaged kits are aftermarket and are manufactured by Buchanan's here on site. There is no difference between Made-to-order spoke kits and Pre-packaged spoke kits, other than pre-packaged kits are given part numbers, offered at a discount, and are usually available for quick shipping. Prices for pre-packaged spoke kits are discounted so any changes made to them will be at our regular prices.
  9. 1 review

    DETAILS Change the look of your motorcycle by adding colored Tusk Spoke Sleeves to your wheels. Constructed of a polyurethane plastic with a smooth slit for easy installation. Each sleeve wraps around the entire spoke to also protect against most impacts. The sleeves are sold in a kit for a front and rear wheelset for up to 21" fronts and 19" rears. They can easily be trimmed to fit any wheel smaller in size. A kit includes 72 spoke covers to complete both wheels. Think Tusk for all of your motorcycle, ATV, and UTV parts and accessories. Colored spoke sleeves that fit securely around motorcycle wheel spokes. Sold in a kit of 72 sleeves to cover both wheels. Sleeves fit any spoked off-road motorcycle wheel up to 21" in diameter. Easy, no tool installation. Offered in red, blue, green, black, white, and orange.
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    I will get a picture up as soon as possible. The picture of the XR is just for the Seal Savers Review. After many years of laborious labor of love upgrading my 1981 XR-200R and trying to stuff it into a 00' YZ-426-F frame, My loving? Wife offered to let me "Buy a New Dirt Bike" for our 10th Anniversary September 2002. Well, after much hemming & hawing and being the cheap scape I am, I found a NUSED 2002 KTM MXC400-RFS. Bike was manufactured Feb. 2002, sold new for roughly $8000 and now being sold Sept. 02' for $4900.00 with about 10 hrs. per seller. A lot of money to me since, I had barely paid that much for a new car, much less used dirt bike. Since returning from Texas in 90 all the North Carolina Trail Riders(NCTR) rave were over how great KTMs were. Got to admit the 93' 300 EXC I rode briefly in the Daniel Boone NF pulled almost better than my Stroker XR200R down low. So after seeing this 400 MXC in Cycle News, talking with seller and doing minor research I decided, it was now my turn to buy a Kronreif & Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. My Wife and I drove to Kings Dominion, I test drove the bike in a truck stop parking lot. First impression heavy dead weight @247lbs dry/>260lbs w/ fuel @ 8#s/gallon, slow feeling (like the last 84' XR-500R I rode) for a New Gen 4-stroke, but what the Hey, I'm going for it?after driving 3+ hrs just to window shop. About 1 year later, following Spring 03, the NCTR club had it's Second annual Mini Single Track/Trail Shoot Out, in the Curtis Mountain area. The "NCTR Shootout" members was composed of primarily Serious Seasoned Experienced Dirt Bike Riders/Racers ranging from 18-near 50, weights 120#-200#+. One of the purposes was to let members try out different bikes in trail systems we were actually riding in MEANING "EAST COAST SINGLE TRACK" rather than the West Coast areas all the Purdy Mags wrote consistently about. Between 8+ or so bikes, 1) 98' KTM-380 EXC 2) 92' Yam. WR-500 3) 00' KTM 400 SX-RFS 4) 02(?)03' Yam-YZ-250F 5) 02/03(?) KTM-200-EXC 6) 03' KTM-450 RFS-EXC 7) 02' KTM 400MXC-RFS 8( 02/03 KTM 250-EXC 2-smoke. There was most likely a couple more 2-smokes, but I don't remember what KTMs, YAMs, ZUKs, KAWs?? The terrain we chose likened to the old "Cross Country, Hair Scrambles or Enduro trails we use to race on. Similar to some of the Brown Mountain and Uwharrie Nat. Forest Trail Systems. This trail system was pre-run by all riders to point out markers and familiarize route. Overgrown logging skid paths strewn with limbs fallen trees here and there, side track hill trail, a couple hill climbs, Exposed rock, loose crush and run shale gravel on connector dirt maintained roads, woods switch back with some stream crossings and of course tree roots every where along the way. The soil is primarily tacky red clay, decomposed leave mulch loose top layer on hard pack w/ typical mountain type rock exposed throughout. Moisture content of soil typical of woods riding with wet shady areas and dry trail in open sunny areas(NEAR PERFECT). There were 2 routes, one having more "Difficult Trail" than the other. We staged in a lower flat open woods area and allowed everyone to ride their personal bike and be timed throughout the different sections with times recorded. Then, each member could ride other members bikes for comparison of how their performance on another 2-smoke or 4-stroke of their Interest or Curiosity. Some of the bikes were modified w/ "Terrain Tamer" or bone stock, including Factory Spark arrestors to racing pipes, systems. The bikes ranged from Converted MXers(00'SX_RFS, 03(?)YZ-F, Enduro (98'-03 EXCs), Cross Country/Desert(91'WR, 02MXC). Bike Ride Times were stop watched measured and Recorded on each individual bike and Rider. KTM Memory of Exact date Fall 02 or Spring 03 fails me. I do remember this was one of the first woods rides for my NUSED Shiny Orange machine. I do know, I had been Motocross practicing this bike in Eastern North Carolina terrain. Major Woods riding had not been attempted up to this point. I might have put 5-8 hours on bike. Maybe one oil change(?) The suspension on the bike had been adjusted for sag Rear and Front per KTM owner's manual. System had been set up for more MX vs. woods/trails. Clickers had been set for harsher terrain per manual again. WP USD 4357 MXMA EXC forks(great for woods/BAD for MX) and PDS 5018 MCC EXC shock are the stock suspension components for the MXC. The engine is the same 4V SOHC w/ 400 SX tuning, & with close ratio SX 6 speed transmission, not wide ratio 6 sp. in 400/520 EXC. The MAGIC BUTTON, Standard for RFS motors on MXCs and 12V/110W charging/lighting system, not on SX-RFS or SX 2-smokes though. Fuel tank is the humongous Baja/Desert 13L/3.5 gallon w/ the radiator protection actually being fuel capacity for the tank. Standard 21" front with 18" rear wheels. Magura Fat bars w/ adjustable mounting. Magura Hydraulic actuated clutch system works like "Butta"?. If you get a hydraulic clutch bike & then go back to a mechanical cable, YOU will SEE/Feel the advantages of smoother actuation, less hand/finger fatigue & GREATER CLUTCH CONTROL. Front 260mm/Rear 220mm brakes are Brembo Excellent for the year. The "Hard as a Rock" Seat/tank transition is relatively flat considering the tank size making cockpit easy to move about in. The triple tree is 20(?)mm offset. Forks are closed chambers(?) When all the dust settled, the consensus, by the times of the riders, on all the different bikes showed the KTM MXC 400-RFS & the KTM EXC-300 were the bikes that had the best times among all the bikes tested by different riders. Unfortunately, for me, I busted my "Arse" on a limb fallen at 45 degrees to the trail and re-cracked my ribs, that were injured, a couple months prior, when I blew out of a high sandy bowl berm and the bike landed on top of me. So, after the first run, I found out how fast this sluggish heavy feeling 4-stroke was in the woods, obviously faster than I knew how to handle it.
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    While I rode motocross on a 2-stroke 79' CR125R Red Rocket twin shocker, 1st one Honda of Wilson sold. My brother and others had already been Enduro racing 79' XR-185 w/ Honda's Power up kit (pipe & 200cc jug) and serious Cross Country racing/riding XR200 twin shock frame bikes. For me at the time I was motocross racing and woods play riding by building various 75' CR-250m framed Kawasaki KL-250 engine(The Kawonda) and TL/SL/XL 100-125 combinations from various left over parts. After riding these bikes local play riding, we graduated up to Uwharrie National Forest for fast rock strewn challenging single track trail riding & extreme trail hill climbing(circa:79'-86'). I bought the first drastically improved handling 1981 "Pro-Link" XR200R Honda of Wilson received in 81'. This first bike was the basis for the Pro-Link framed 200 motor modifications I actually still have. This 81'XR200R was purchased in 1983 with no compression due to choke flap screw that came loose and got sucked into engine through carb. The screw got peened between top of head into piston sticking top compression ring into ring groove and causing loss of engine compression. At this point the performance modifications of porting the cylinder head started and replacing piston w/ 66mm 10.5:1 CR from Powroll. We had already been replacing stock Kehien 26mm carb primarily due to blubbering poor carbureaution (possible float level issues), with easier to tune(jets available) 28mm Mikuni, round slide w/o choke plate/flap, and opening up air box with 3" hole drilled in top & gauze type less restrictive high air-flo filter. Powroll header with Supertrap wafer disc exhaust to help with weight and flow. I started racing bike at local flat track turned MX around 1984. I actually found this bike very competitive against 2-stroke 125 full on motocrossers. I ran amateur class as I felt not good enough for Pro class. Around then I started improving the suspension first with a 1980 CR250R complete front end. Then Fox Shox Twin Clicker for the rear. Both of these made for better handling on Mx tracks. I found used through Cycle News a Fox Factory Forx set up, a Calfab aluminum swingarm in need of repair and rear hub with Sun 18" rear rim with stainless steel spokes. These improvements made motocross riding the bike more feasible but still lacked full on MX capability.
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