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Found 77 results

  1. WRider426

    Yamaha WR426F (2001)

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    Motor keeps going strong. Only issue I had was the output shaft splines got stripped, requiring me to split the case. This was probably due to way too many clutch ups haha
  2. TillamookTrailJunkie

    RAD Mfg. CACR 18" rear wheel 2.15x18

    1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION RAD’s proprietary 7000 series import alloy rims Comparable to Excel Takasago series rims Nine popular anodized colors to choose from Available for minis and 125cc-up. Standard and Supermoto sizes Limited Warranty CACR Rims come with one rim lock hole
  3. Greg Motard

    Honda XR400R (2002)

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    Had her for only a few months. Absolutely love the bike! Gets amazing gas milage, around 65-70, and rather spirited riding. Handles great in the turns, very light and predictable
  4. Greg Motard

    Warp 9 Racing Supermoto Wheels

    16 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Warp9 supermoto wheels are a great deal for racing or street! Whether you're not racing or nothin, or your racing or something, these are the wheels you want when you're on a budget and that budget dictates you want your wheels to fit and work and last just as much as the more expensive ones. That said, we put Warp 9s supermoto wheels in the "wheels" section of our web site, but really this is practically a full fledged conversion kit for supermoto on a budget. Great supermoto wheels for street or racing and backed with great service and support. Each wheel set is complete, ready to mount and no modifications required (normally). 17x3.50 front mated with a 17x4.25 rear. supermoto wheels Anodized 7000 Series Aluminum Rim. Stainless Steel Spokes and Nipples Aluminum Hub with stock or high-quality chrome appearance but Stronger Stainless Steel Wave Brake 320MM Rotor Anodized Brake Caliper Relocator Rear Steel Rotor 7075 T6 Aluminum Sprocket, 44T tooth NAK Seals OEM Bearings Zinc Plated Nyloc Hardware
  5. eandy

    Honda CRF250R (2009)

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    Rips with the 290 kit
  6. MarkandtheBRP

    XR400 Aftermarket wheels

    I'm rehabbing my 98 XR400, and I'm looking for new wheel assemblies. RAD has some great looking wheels, but are $$$ ($450+ per wheel) Tusk has some good looking wheels at a better $$ ($270 each), but no XR400 listed. Warp 9 comes in-between at $370 per wheel, and has XR400 listed. From what I can tell... the hubs are universal between a CR250 and XR400 (as far as the RAD/Warp assemblies)? Anyone know about this? And what about axle spacers? Disc mounting? Any help and insight you might have is great! I'm leaning toward the Tusk if they will work, and the reviews I've seen are good. Saving a few hundred dollars there will be spent somewhere else for sure.
  7. MotoX88294

    Honda CRF150RB Expert (2007)

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    Awesome mini motocross bike! Honda Needs to fuel inject this bike.
  8. tmeyer37

    Yamaha YZ450F (2006)

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    Best bike I have ever ridden, more power than you can use, light (for a 450), reliable, handles great in a straight line and turns like its on rails. Perfect woods bike with a few mods.
  9. Scooterman386

    Honda CRF250L (2014)

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    Got to admit this is one hot ride, Even tho it's not as fast or great off road to it's rival's. It's Worth the least but looks and performs GREAT! Not a great off road bike but on road, Dragging knee all day!
  10. ThumperTalk

    ITP T-9 Pro Series Baja Wheel

    1 review

    Bolt Pattern: 4/110 Color: Black Rim Offset: 3+5 Wheel Rim Size: 10x8 Designed with inner and outer reinforcing rings that are rolled in, not welded Design gives you a better wheel at a lower cost Amazingly light and still able to offer an extremely high level of strength Available sizes are 8x8.5, 9x9, 10x5 and 10x8 Available with polished or black finish
  11. I'm thinking on buying tusk rims that are complete black with blue hubs for my 14 yz450f my question is are they good rims because Rocky Mountain are selling them cheap. Has or is anyone using them and how do you like them?
  12. ThumperTalk

    ITP T-9 Wheel

    1 review

    Rim Offset: 3+5 Wheel Rim Size: 10x8 High-performance series designed to meet rugged ATV standards .19in. wall construction Built with state-of-the-art CNC spinning equipment .455in. valve stem hole T-9 Pro available with polished or black finish LB designates large bell Also available for mini quads
  13. Dhuey92

    Honda CRF450R (2013)

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    Amazing bike. First FI bike, not missing the carb one bit. Clean manageable power. Had some flame out issues when I first got it, but after adding a Yoshi exhaust and getting the ECU remapped by Toyko mods that issue is gone. Ditched the Dunlops MX51s and went with MX32s and couldn't be happier. Love it so much I had to go all out making it a one of a kind. Tore it completely apart and got the frame, swingarm, skid plate, rad braces, and triple clamps anodized black.
  14. randomtask

    Honda CRF250R (2011)

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    Smooth power, predictable handling, all round a great bike.
  15. James Riseborough

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2007)

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    fun bike very well balanced and light. Plenty of power too with revs to the moon.
  16. Ok so I have the dumbest idea/question yet. 1) What are the differences between front and rear hubs when nothing is bolted on to them? 2) Can you use a rear hub, wheel, and tire on the front? 3) Do I have brain damage for asking these questions? -SLR
  17. rider119

    green or gold rims?

    I'd like to see some pics of some kx's with green or gold rims, anyone have any? Want to do something different than black as everyone has black rims. Just not sure what would look good. Green rims with some white plastic and clean simple graphics?
  18. Well what can I say after seeing the 2007 CR250 that MXer74 built it inspired me to build one myself. I sold my 2006 YZ167 with a max power big bore to build a 2007 CR250. It something I always wanted to do. About 5 months ago I sold my YZ167 and began the hunt for a CR250...2007 that is. I have a 2013 CRF450 and what better way to match would be a CR250. I began searching Craigslist to find nothing, weeks and weeks went by. One day one popped up in VA. It was owned by a guy who rode it for 30 minutes in the grass, hurt his back at work and didn't want it anymore. Asking price $3,000.00....So I called him up and worked the deal over the phone, overnighted a cashiers check and 6 weeks later my bike hauler DL Transport picked it and brought it to me. While I waited to get the bike I started lining up my parts. Plans are a full no budget build. Showa A kit, full Ti bolt kit, motor work....pretty much best of everything. I figured I post my build along the way. I have to say I have gone through MXer74's pages a dozen times. I will be posting every step of the way. While I wait for parts today, I figured I would start a topic build. My pocket book is going to hurt, but so far every part I took off my bike I have sold on Ebay and have got unreal bids. So here goes.....
  19. rifft

    Honda CR125R (1999)

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    I LOVE my CR
  20. Fanga Dagen

    Tire Fitment

    I am setting up my bike to do some road riding. I am completely new to tires and would like anyone's thoughts or opinions on the tires I want to put on my bike. I understand that the first number is width, and the second number is the aspect ratio and then the final number is rim size, but I am still not confident in the fitment as the tires I want aren't the stock size. My bike's stock tires are: Front: 80/100x21 Rear: 110/100x18 The tires I want: Front: (Undecided) Rear: Shinko 712 - 110/90x18 If anyone wants to suggest other road tires I am open to anything. Thanks - SLR
  21. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION FRONT Wheel= 19" X 1.60" BLACK RIM & RED HUB REAR Wheel= 16" X 1.85" BLACK RIM & RED HUB 6061-T6 GRADE ALUMINUM SPOOL TYPE CNC MACHINED HUB POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL SPOKES AND NIPPLES 7000 SERIES ALLOY RIMS THIS WHEEL INCLUDES BEARINGS AND ARE LACED AND TRUED IN HOUSE TO EXCEED FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS. Professional installation recommended.
  22. So I replaced my wheel bearings on my exc200 because the old ones were shot. After one ride I noticed a load of metal filled grease around the spacers again and the wheel had had movement. Gone again. I replaced them again and after one ride same thing. This time I took it to a shop in case I'd been doing something wrong (I don't think so, been using a blowtorch, freezer and bearing driver method) bought new spacers and a new spindle because the old one had a bit of wear. Just put the wheel on and it still moves from side to side before even riding it. It probably moved last rime I replaced the bearings hence they went after one ride. What do you think.. hub need replacing? Thanks
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