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  1. ThumperTalk

    Two Brothers Racing Tall Seat

    2 reviews

    Complete seat Gripper cover, tall foam
  2. guto_piercing

    Two Brothers Racing footpegs kit

    1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Two Brothers Racing Footpeg Mount Kit Get additional room between the footpeg and shift/brake pedals for added rider control with this heavy duty footpeg mount and footpegs. This setup is a must if you weigh over 50 lbs. because the stock units bend easily and can even be pulled out of the engine case, which can mean costly repairs. Note: Does not retain kickstand. This item comes complete with the following: - 2 Genuine Two Brothers Racing full size footpegs (gunmetal anodized) & hardware - 1 Heavy duty chromoly footpeg moun (nickel finish) - Mounting hardware (longer bolts) SPECIFICATIONS Type: bike part Category: Footpegs Manufacturer: Two Brothers Racing Bike: Kawasaki|Suzuki Year: 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009 Model: KLX 110|DRZ 110 Pack: 1 Part Number: 057841 Weight: 8.00 Keywords: Two Brothers Racing Footpeg Mount Kit
  3. Jass500

    Yamaha SR500 (1978)


    Fun bike, got to meet a lot of good people and see some cool places in the north Georgia mountains over the years because it brakes down quite often. Character is the gift it gives to its rider. Lol
  4. terrible1one3

    Kawasaki KLX250S (2012)


    Very underpowered stock. Needs $2000 to make it a good bike. (big bore $500, carb $300, bars/risers $100, hand guards/grips $100, $500 for exhaust and jetkit, $500 labor).
  5. arinlee22sr

    Kawasaki KLX250S (2006)


    Fun bike, not as much power as I would like. But fun for riding around town.
  6. 7 reviews

    Using only the highest quality materials available, the M-7 is built to last. Exclusive use of a stainless steel spiral perforated core, designed further enhances the sound attenuation properties of the muffler, while still increasing the HP and torque of each model. The M-7 also features a removable Teflon coated magnesium end cap for easy removal of the Screen Type spark arrestor or for adding one of the optional sound suppresser sound tips. Allowing you to lower the decibels from 3 to 8 dbs depending on which P-Tip you choose. U.S. Forestry Service approved spark arrestors are included with all aluminum M-7 V.A.L.E. off-road exhaust systems. FOR CLOSED COURSE RACING ONLY
  7. Some_dude36

    Suzuki DR650SE (2011)


    Its golden grahams in my book . braaAAP
  8. 1 review

    Specifically designed to meet the unique requirements of performance road bikes, our PowerTip sound suppressor is a recommended accessory for our exhaust systems with M Series outlets Easy to install - simply unbolt your existing M series endcap, drop in the P-Tip and reassemble FOR CLOSED COURSE RACING ONLY
  9. 2 reviews

    Material: Carbon Fiber This type of system replaces your existing s-bend pipe and exhaust canister. S-bends are manufactured from .035in. thin wall stainless steel; polished to a mirror finish. Only #304 stainless is used which will never rust. These systems not only add horsepower but also can drop significant weight from your bike. M series exhaust canisters feature the highest level of quality construction and are designed to be fully serviceable in the event of damage, routine maintenance or the occasional repack. V.A.L.E. slip-on/full exhaust systems and flange-on systems feature CNC machined aluminum inlets and outlets. These special designs provide for ease of maintenance as well as simplified construction, which is what a premium performance product is all about! The exhaust note produced by all Top Level exhaust systems is best described as being deep and throaty without suffering from the shrill whine normally associated with other manufacturers straight through muffler canisters. All of the canisters perform and sound the same, they are simply different sizes. They all incorporate exclusive technologies and premium materials. The shape and orientation is determined by TBR R&D department, based on a performance criteria check list. Pick the sleeve material that best fits your taste...
  10. 3 reviews

    Material: Titanium This type of system replaces your existing s-bend pipe and exhaust canister S-bends are manufactured from .035in. thin wall stainless steel, polished to a mirror finish Use only #304 stainless which will never rust After a few heat cycles the stainless steel turns a golden amber color which is the characteristic signature of high quality stainless steel These systems not only add horsepower but also drop significant weight from your bike The Two Brothers Racing Black Series exhausts downplays the raw power these systems unleash Dyno tuned and track tested, like all TBR exhausts, the Black Series are aimed at those who want Absolute Top Level performance but smart and understated esthetics Black Teflon coated cast magnesium end caps Black Teflon coated billet aluminum inlets and outlets Black Teflon coated canister reinforcement bands Special Black anodized 7075 T-6 aluminum bolts that are the button-down on top of the refined Black Series FOR CLOSED COURSE RACING ONLY
  11. 1 review

    Lighter than stock Much wider than stock with exceptional grip Moves pegs back 1/2in. for a less cramped feel and easier braking and shifting Open design to prevent mud and dirt build up Mounts quickly and easily using stock hardware Works with stock or aftermarket peg bar
  12. SJFORD

    Kawasaki Z750S (2006)


  13. ThumperTalk

    Two Brothers Racing Header Kit

    2 reviews

    If you already have our slip-on system and you want the Absolute Top Level in performance Precision mandrel bent stainless steel header Upgrade from slip-on to a full system
  14. Just looking to make my bike LOUDER already took out the baffle and i still want it to be louder don't care if it improves my performance or not cause bike goes hard as it is just wanting to make it more louder please (no haters)