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  1. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION RACE TEAM READY The clear anodized finish gives the Pro Circuit Kawasaki Triple Clamps a works look, and creates a durable finish that helps retain the like-new luster. The legendary Pro Circuit Race Team currently uses the same design on its championship-winning machines. KEEP IT CUSTOMIZED The Pro Circuit Kawasaki Triple Clamps incorporate a light and compact reversible bar mount that allows you to choose from one of four mounting positions, and gives you the ability to customize the ergonomics of your machine. The Pro Circuit Kawasaki Triple Clamps are only available for select Kawasaki models. Additional product specifications are included below. Pro Circuit Kawasaki Triple Clamp Available for select Kawasaki models Made in the USA Engraved with the iconic Pro Circuit logo on both the top and bottom clamp Manufactured out of billet 6061 Aluminum Bar mount is offset 5mm to allow for handebar adjustment in either one of two different bar mount positions Bar mount is reversible for a total range of 30mm of articulation Available for 1 1/8" handlebars Bottom clamp includes pre-assembled steering stem and bearing Kit includes: Clear anodized top clamp, clear anodized bottom clamp, black bar mount, Pro Circuit stickers for further customization
  2. Codsworth15

    Yamaha YZ426F (2000)

    0 comments

    A very great bike. Real fast!
  3. 2 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS The X-CLAMP system lets you adjust the offset Displays the current offset setting Handlebar is mounted with PHDS or Fix-System Precise alignment of the fork tube Stiffness of the steering stem is perfectly tuned to the respective motorcycle model Steering-head bearing is already mounted on the shaft tube Special fork slot and clamping for precise fork operation Precise clamping with special screws for low torque Serial attachments can be mounted without auxiliary material System flexibility adapted to the fork Anodized in the technical factory look
  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. Well i'm in a bind. Family wants to go out camping soon and im out of bikes. My cr250 just blew up. The 500s forks need to be rebuilt. I'm low on cash and time. is it possible to swap everything from the T Clamps down from my 250 to the 500? i know the old 89 is gonna be a bit heavier. Could i just adjust the comp/rebound to make it handle the added weight? Trying to go riding sept 4-6th weekend. Looking for advice soon. Thanks in advance.
  6. Starvin_Martin

    Honda CRF450R (2007)

    0 comments

    Bought dirt cheap, I'm in the process of fixing it up.
  7. James Riseborough

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2007)

    0 comments

    fun bike very well balanced and light. Plenty of power too with revs to the moon.
  8. infantry360

    Kawasaki KX450F (2006)

    0 comments

    I got this bike on A trade and so far the only thing it really needs is fork seals, handle bars, and sprocket. But other than that the engine is as strong As an ox it has a Henson clutch, FMF power bomb header with A pro circuit T4 silencer, it has D.I.D rims, pro tapper Triple Tree Clamps, along with some other little stuff. I have rode the bike twice and ran great throttle response is on the money and power is all there.
  9. CRF450XINOZ

    Honda XR250R (1993)

    4 comments

    I thought I would add my 93 XR250R to the garage (again) to document what I have done to it, It looked like something you would find at a wrecking / salvage yard when I got it, It was missing the carby, Front caliper, Headlight, Front guard, Side covers & other odds & ends but I could see that it was actually still in very good condition & it just needed the missing parts replaced & a good tidy up, Luckily the motor is good & runs sweet after fitting an XR250L pumper carby which is now jetted to XR250R specs I am collecting the necessary parts to rebuild the top end soon At this stage n XR's Only seat cover & graphics would make it look a bit better Dunlop D605 fitted on the rear XR's Only stainless exhaust Header pipe Custom fitted White Brothers E-Series muffler (If anyone happens to have the discs or a complete maybe damaged E-Series muffler with the discs & Elliptical end cap setup (which would also be a great donor for what I need) laying round please let me know) New RHK fatbar mounts & Tag 1-1/8" fatbars fitted, Makes the ergo's much better for me, A bit taller & looks sweet too New white 15.9L / 4.2 Gal Clarke tank New 42 tooth Renthal sprocket fitted, + I have a spare 44 teeth Renthal sprocket also Just fitted, Baja Designs headlight, Moose skid plate & some XR's Only (Custom/were to suit XR600 oversize IMS) tank decals / Graphics Very close to an engine rebuild now, I have a new 77mm JE piston kit, Cometic gaskets, Brand new in the packet OEM XR250R camshaft, Brand new Honda rocker cover + lotsa other goodies to sort out the rebuild, Looking for a good used 88-95 XR250R cylinder head, Anyone have one laying round? Just fitted some CRF450R forks & a 2010 CRF450R front wheel using a set of Emig Racing billet triple clamps Time to move on & sell this sweet old 93 XR250, Anyone interested send me a PM! SOLD!!! Went to the new owner after he handed me $2750AU, A bargain really He is very happy with it especially being a very different looking & unique XR250, Sad to see it go but I am very happy with my near new 09 CRF450X which takes my riding level way beyond, The CRF450X is a whole lot more of a bike, Anyone looking to do a bit more than just ride trails should definitely step up to a 450X!
  10. Modifications: FCR 39mm, Stage 2 Hot Cams, MRD Z Pro full exhaust, 3x3, steel braided brake lines, fan switch, DRC taillight. I high sided and had to replace the top triple clamp and stabilizer. The Zeta Handlebar Clamp kit (triple clamp and SX stabilizer) went on nicely. The DRZ ignition plate required a little modification to bolt onto the new Zeta Stabilizer or relocating the ignition switch could also be an option. I also had to replace the barkbusters. As I began shopping I compulsively ended up buying everything I could. Zeta levers and barkbusters, Zeta bling (gas cap, tire caps, oil caps, engine covers, DRC bolts, Carbon Fiber Guards), wide footpegs. More photos coming soon. Modifications purchased but not installed: Cylinder Works 434cc Big Bore Kit with Vertex Piston and JT 39T steel rear sprocket Before After
  11. 1 review

    Topar Triple Clamps are among the strongest on the market. This Top Triple Clamp Kit is machined from high-quality 6061 Aluminum and provides four different bar positions for the best comfort and control for riders of all ages and sizes. Topar Racing dirt bike parts are used by riders all over the world. We offer some of the most durable aftermarket parts available for your motorcycle.
  12. 1 review

    Features the same shape as those used on the Honda HRC factory machines and includes molybdenum steel bolts for increased rigidity. For use with 1-1/8 inch handlebars.
  13. Long story short, my mechanic tried cutting the lower bearing off my steering tree/triple clamp, however he cut the bearing with a grinder and cut into the steering column. The cut didnt go through to the middle of the shaft but is about 3/4 milmetre deep into the steering shaft and about half an inch long. I am scared this will now weeken the steering coloumn. I dont really want this thing snapping on me. question, do other years tripple clamps fit this 2006 frame? I am thinking the rmz450 2006 might fit? i cant find specs online as to the size of the forks. i am freaking out as the cut is at the bottom of the shaft, and i assume this takes the most pressure upon landing jumps. The last thing I want is for this thing to snap. any ideas!!!
  14. 5 reviews

    Machined from forged 6061 T6 aluminum. Much stronger than billet Forged bar clamps with one piece top clamp to resist twisting 5 front to back bar clamp positions
  15. 2 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Very nice billet triple clamps, Makes the conversion to USD forks very easy The only thing that was a bit of a let down was the fact that the front brake hose guide mounting has not been provided or even thought about by the looks of it? I have to work out a way to use the original XR250 brake hose guides or the CRF ones & of course the XR hose guide bolt holes dont line up so some modifying has to be done? Apart from that they are a very nice product
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