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  1. ThumperTalk

    Trail Tech Computer Dashboard

    3 reviews

    Bar clamp fits 1-1/8in. handlebars Computer sold separately Billet aluminum Protects Endurance computer in optimum viewing position
  2. Nicholas Stolle

    Yamaha TTR230 (2017)

    0 comments

    Great bike, very reliable would recomend to others
  3. 2 reviews

    Race proven 70W lighting systems Dual reflector design allows for optimum illumination of both near and distant terrain Compact design fits tighter to forks than other headlights Integrated brake line guide (long brake line recommended for X2 applications on MX bikes) Removable clear rock guard covers headlights and seals against dust to keep optics clean Each lamp can be switched on and off independently (wire harness with switch not included, see accessories) Universal, quick-release mount system mounts to any motorcycle with included rubber fork straps and pin-stabilization system (instructions included) 100% self-contained Dimensions: 12.4 H x 12.8 W x 3.9 D Available in a variety of colors in HID or halogen models HID specs: 4 SC4 large lamp, 2 SCMR16 small lamp, 70W, 38 oz., auto-restrike enabled, 12V DC power requirement (can only be used on DC) Halogen spec: 4 SC4 large lamp, 2 SCMR16 small lamp, 70W, 28 oz., dims to match power output, 12V DC or AC power requirement Graphic kits also available (sold separately)
  4. tmee

    Suzuki DR-Z400E (2000)

    0 comments

    Great bike, on and off road. I've owned it for a few months now and couldn't be happier. Use it as a commuter to work and an ADV bike on the weekends.
  5. MotoGP Nut

    Husaberg TE300 (2014)

    0 comments

    This is the best dirt bike I've had so far. Ergos work great for me, I have the suspension set plush as I am no racer, but the forks can easily be adjusted on the trail, and adjustments do make a difference. The motor makes great power off the bottom and will lug in 2nd or 3rd gear like no 4 stroke I have owned. It is incredibly light and easy to manhandle out on the trail. Pricy, but well worth the investment.
  6. 8 reviews

    Trail Tech's Digital Fan Kit monitors your bike's cooling system performance and automatically activates the fan to keep engine at optimum Temperature range. * Electronic Temperature Sensor * Programmable Set-Point Fan Switch * Improved Reliability over Mechanical Switching Solutions * No Cutting of Fluid Lines *Plug and Play Wire Harness included Kit includes: * 4" SPAL Fan * TTV Temp Meter * Radiator Bracket * Temperature Sensor * Wire Harness
  7. 21 reviews

    DESCRIPTION The Vapor Digital Gauge Kit is carefully crafted and constructed for the off-road or on-road enthusiast from a combined effort of experts in software, electrical and mechanical design. Vapor's large digital tachometer bar graph is easy to read and understand. This digital gauge has many other useful features including speed, engine temperature, adjustable distance, stopwatch and odometer. Vapor also features two L.E.D. indicators for customizable shift indicators and engine temperature warning. Trail Tech came out with the Vapor computer to contain every needed measurable for your motorcycle or ATV. Vapor Computer features a large LCD that is easy to read. Clearly displays your engine's RPM with the well-lit tachometer graph that includes redline warning lights for engine protection. Hooking up the Vapor computer to your ride is easy with the included plug-and-play wiring to match your motorcycle or ATV. The Vapor computer kit is race-worthy with the built-in stopwatch and - for enduro races - an adjustable distance setting. Trail Tech Vapor Computer Kit Features: Speedometer: Current speed, maximum speed; selectable MPH/KMH display. Tachometer: Real-time RPM bar graph, numeric RPM bar graph, dual programmable shift lights; up to 20,000 RPM. Temperature: Ambient temperature, engine temperature, dual programmable temp lights; exact model fit temperature sensor; selectable °F/°C display. Distance: Adjustable distance, permanent odometer; selectable mile / kilometer display. Clock: Hour meter, stopwatch, ride time, accumulated ride time, permanent hour meter; selectable 12/24 hour display. Power Input: Includes power connection fits all machines, accepts any power input - AC/DC, auto switch to internal power if external is removed, permanent memory guarantees data is never lost. Value Added: Custom designed for exact model fit, all parts included to complete installation, one year warranty, unlimited free Trail Tech phone and e-mail support, waterproof connections included, bright white backlit LCD display, accessory dashboards for most applications (sold separately). Kit Includes: Mounting hardware, speed sensor, ignition sensor, magnet kit, water temperature sensor, and power lead. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS: Speed range ("SPD" on display): 4 - 399 KPH/MPH. Tachometer range (graphical): 0 - 12000 RPM. Temperature range ("ENG" on display): 0 - 260°C / 32 - 499°F. Distance range ("DST" on display): 0 - 19999 KM or M. Accumulated run time range ("CLOCK" on display): 0 - 9999 hours. Odometer range ("ODO" on display): 0 - 999999 KM or M. External power input: 9 - 400 VAC / 9 - 55 VDC (No polarity requirements). Internal battery: 3V CR2032. Battery life: 1 year. Power wire: Red / black 20-gauge wire. Real-time RPM bar graph: 0 - 12,000 RPM. Numeric RPM readout: 0 - 19,999 RPM. Temperature sensor: Ambient temperature, Engine temperature. Backlight: L.E.D. group. Screen: 78.75 x 28.6 mm (3.1 x 1.13"). Physical dimensions (WxHxD): 106.93 x 59.46 x 23.7 mm (4.21 x 2.34 x 0.93"). Physical weight: 3.9 ounces (110 grams). Operation temperature: 0 - 60°C (32 - 140°F). Storage temperature: -20 - 80°C (0 - 175°F). Critical environment (temperature or tachometer): Amber / red L.E.D. alerts.
  8. automagp68

    15 300XCW Best way to blow $1500

    Hey hey! Well this should be fun! Who wants to go on a $1500 shopping spree with me? Suspension is already done So don't worry about that. Tell me what you think is the best mods for $1500 Other then suspension the bike is 100% stock
  9. LiveDrake

    Suzuki DR-Z400E (2005)

    0 comments

    Love the bike, it has a good amount of power and I like the suspension a lot. The only downside that I find is that the bike is quite heavy; other than that it is bulletproof.
  10. E2Moto

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2016)

    0 comments

    Great bike, but very small tank and like others, needs to be modified to ride it to its full potential. It's also great that I can customize the bike a lot at cheap prices.
  11. Rukix

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2001)

    0 comments

    This Bike is great! On or off road you have excellent power/acceleration once you do a few simple mods. It is very maneuverable, easy to handle and just out right fun to ride.
  12. LukieBoy95

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2014)

    0 comments

    For a new rider such as myself, the DRZ400SM delivers plenty of power that is easily accessible, and offers a comfortable riding postion that lends itself to a nimble and great handling ride. Plus it wheelies ;)
  13. NWsurfkid

    Yamaha YZ426F (2001)

    0 comments

    Great Bike. Modified for on road use with a WR stator/Rotor and floated ground. The trail tech Reg/Rec chargers a small battery. I have a decent set of lights, blinkers, etc. It is alot of fun to have a YZ with a few trail parts. A 90% dirt, 10% road.
  14. ilmontgo

    Kawasaki KLR250 (1988)

    0 comments

    I refreshed the top end, cleaned carb, replaced cables and tires. It has been very reliable since. I love this bike and its lots of fun (for a 250)! Pros: Awesome in urban setting and on gravel roads! 65 mpg! Looks great (after custom paint). Really reliable. Very capable off-road (if a bit heavy for motocross). Kick-start means never being stranded by dead battery. Interstate-capable (for short runs). Cons: ~80 mph is redline. Kick-starting can be a bitch for really cold/dry starts (my compression release was removed by a previous owner). Though fun on this bike, twisties require lots of shifting. Verdict: I love this bike in the city! I love this bike exploring off-road. I must say the bike is more powerful than most others I've ridden with similar displacement. But since I more frequently ride on-road than off, I want more power, comfort, and touring ability.
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