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  1. The new (oil injected) X-Trainer 300 has been revealed in Milan yesterday. http://www.enduro360.com/2014/11/02/featured/beta-x-trainer-300/ I'm leaving for Milan today (work stuffs) but i wil be at EICMA saturday to take a look. If you have specific questions, i can ask...
  2. So, while I'm waiting for heavier springs for my weight of 190lbs, I made a couple temporary changes in the shock and fork....with good results. The shock; I moved the threaded preload adj down 1 position so I could add more preload....adj to almost 0 free sag....not ideal but as a temp fix it worked pretty good. I also added (3) 34.15 face shims to the comp side and (2) to the rebound side. Note: when adjusting the shock clickers, adjust rebound first then add compression as needed...they share the same bleed circuit and rebound affects compression. Fork; I added a 1.5" spacer below the single spring, switched to 10w oil, increase volume to 550cc. It's only necessary to add higher quality oil to the left leg, because the right leg is spring only any cheap oil will do. Once I get the heavier springs I plan to test 15 and 20w to see if there's an improvement. Lastly, I really like the bars in the most forward position. Just 2 rides and I'm riding as fast as I was on my previous bike but with fewer mistakes. Hope this helps.
  3. Going to pick ours next week... anyone have any winning combos for 5000 to 10000 or somewhere in the middle?
  4. Anyone using a Scott steering stabilizer or similar product ? I would like to hear your opinion on them. Where are good places to purchase them ?
  5. So for me the progression was KLR (First Bike) XR650L Triumph Tiger 800XC (Loved this bike, fell into money troubles and had to get rid of it, I want another one some day) KTM 450 XCW (I never really cared for this bike and only had it a very short time) Zero FX (Still in the garage but the Beta replaced this, working on getting rid of it) BMW G650GS Sertao (Keeping this one, gonna put a side car on it) Beta XTrainer (Keeping this one) Planned Next Bike -> Beta 500 RS (This will be the daily commuter and adventure bike) I started really heavy and worked my way down to light, I tried a pumpkin but it never really worked well for me. I recently decided to get serious about riding dirt, so I bought the XTrainer. What about you guys? How did you get to beta?
  6. I'm soon to be a 2017 Beta Xtrainer Owner (hopefully by the end of next month) and I'm interested in hearing about any must-do mods for this bike. Besides the obvious guards (hand guards, skid plate, linkage skid, radiator guards), what mods are most doing to this bike? Any weak links or issues that need addressing? I like simplicity and reliability in my dirt bikes so I'm already thinking about removing the oil injection and cooling system thermostat. I know the oil injection has been very reliable for the most part and probably makes for a very nice running bike but I still feel better about trusting myself to mix my gas than counting on electronics to do it for me. Is this a common mod and any issues after doing it? Is the Beta oil injection removal kit recommended or is there a cheap and simple way to do this? Same question about the thermostat? Cheap and easy way to remove it or am I better off buying the silicone hose kit that deletes it? I am also seriously considering the kick starter kit. I have heard great things about the reliability of Beta electric starters but I would still feel better about having a kicker. Again, my lack of trust in electrical stuff. Worth the $400? Thanks in advance for any input!
  7. Hi, We're a couple from Alberta planning a trip down to Phoenix at the end of December 2016 to the start of January 2017. I was hoping we could get some tips on riding areas, rules, and maybe even find some riding buddies to show us around. I ride a Beta X-Trainer (300) and my boyfriend rides a Beta 300, two strokes. We usually ride in the mountains here, lots of big hills, rocks, log jumping, tight trees, and we ride every weekend and do the Alberta Cross Country/Enduro race circuit. I've been riding my whole life and my boyfriend's been riding for a few years now, I'd say we're intermediate riders always up for a challenge. Where would be the best places to go near Phoenix for single track, and elsewhere in Arizona if we were to do a few longer trips? We've never been down there. I've mostly been able to find quad tracks but it's hard to say how much single track there is. Seems like it's a lot of more open desert? Challenging stuff is good, and we also like the faster flowy single track. If there's an area with interesting quad trail that works too, we just don't want to end up riding flat boring "roads". If we have our bikes insured and registered in Alberta, do we still need some sort of off-road sticker from the state to ride down there? Also, would you recommend running bibs to avoid flat tires from cactus spines or are tubes fine? Any tips and tricks are much appreciated. If anyone wants to ride around the time we'll be down there it's always great to get a local's tour of the trails and meet new people. Or at least if you can send map pins of the staging areas so we know where to start. Trail maps are helpful as well. Thanks! Lisa
  8. 2 reviews

    •Industry-Leading, designed for “Fun” •Electronic Oil Injection eliminates the need to pre-mix fuel. •No-Hit 300cc engine for maximum traction and less intimidation •Low 35.8” seat height •15% smaller chassis than RR models •Same brake package as RR models •Plastic skid plate •New multi-function meter, triple clamps, and graphics for 2017 The Xtrainer is powered by a 293cc, 2-Stroke, liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine. With a cylinder bore of 2.83in and stroke of 2.83in, its motor is. For fuel delivery, this engine is carbureted which makes the engine easier to maintain but less fuel efficient. Electronic ignition makes starting your bike a breeze and ensures a consistent throttle response. The Xtrainer features a perimeter frame made of molybdenum steel. Bringing up the rear is a single shock (monoshock) system. Suspension travel measures 10.6 inches in the front and 10.6 inches in the rear. When it comes to brakes, the Xtrainer sports a single floating disc measuring 260mm in diameter in the front and a single disc measuring 240mm in the rear. This bike meets the dirt with 21 inch front and 18 inch rear wheels. Gear changes are supplied by a manual gearbox with 6 speeds and is aided by a wet multi-disc (wet multiplate) clutch. Features and Benefits Low Seat Height The Xtrainer is 10% smaller in frame size compared to the larger RR models which makes the bike more nimble and lowers the seat height by almost one full inch compared to the RR models Engine Xtrainer has special cylinder porting, a larger power valve air chamber, intake spacer, and unique power valve flappers all designed for smooth entry-level power delivery. Power without the “Hit” Oil InjectionElectronic oil injection eliminates the mess of pre-mixing your fuel. System electronically regulates the oil flow depending on throttle position. This system reduces smoke by more than 50% Soft TiresAll Xtrainers are delivered with Golden Tire’s 216 softy tires. These tires improve performance at lower speeds and over nasty terrain. USA Specifications/Technical Details Engine Specs: Type: Beta-Built single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled, with BPV power valve system and electric start. Bore: 72mm Stroke: 72mm Displacement: 293.1cc Compression Ratio: 11.3:1 Exhaust Valve Beta Progressive Valve (BPV) Ignition: AC-CDI Kokusan. Spark Plug: NGK GR7CI8 Lubrication: Electronic Oil Injection Oil Tank Capacity 650cc Carburetor: Keihin PWK 36mm Clutch: Wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain Chassis Specs: Frame: Molybdenum steel/Parameter-Style w/quick air filter access. Wheelbase: 57.8 Seat Height: 35.8” Ground Clearance: 12.6” Footrest Height: 15.4 Dry Weight: 218 lbs. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.25 US gallons Front Suspension: 43 mm Inverted with rebound, & spring preload adjustment Rear Suspension: Steel body shock with adjustable rebound and compression Front Wheel Travel: 10.6” Rear Wheel Travel: 10.6” Front Brake: 260mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21” (Front) 18” (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Soft Enduro Competition Warranty: 6 month Limited Warranty
  9. Hello, I was considering buying a Beta XTrainer 300, but I have to ride streets to get to trails and in between trails. Can a 2 stroke handle 60 mph for 20 to 30 minutes regularly? I hear many people say they can't take constant rpm and all that. I remember riding 50cc mopeds at WOT for 50 minutes daily without a problem, but again that's not a racing engine. Will a typical enduro KTM 300, Beta 300, etc.. handle 30 minute sessions of 60 mph?
  10. I am searching for the perfect bike, if it exists, and I am very curious and interested in the X Trainer. I'm 52, 5'7" on a good day, and a decent level C rider. I ride agressive trails and routinely compete in local hare scramble series. My current ride is a KTM 250XC that has been de tuned and lowered. It is still a handful and tiring to race. I am looking for a bike that is capable, easier to ride, and not so tiring. I have been courting with the idea of buying a Freeride when they become available later this year, but now the X Trainer is in the mix and I was looking for some comparisons. The Freeride is more expensive, less available, and has several noted issues. However, I think they are capable and have been raced in several venues including the romanics and last dog standing, which is very impressive. From researching the two bikes, I think the X Trainer is less expensive, slightly more powerful, a little heavier and taller and longer. From what I've read on this forum, the suspension needs attention but that is usually the case with most bikes to suit individual needs. With that being said, anyone have any real world comparisons between the two? I realize the XT is hyped as a beginner bike, but a 300cc 2T should be able to be tuned up to be a very capable woods weapon.
  11. I just picked up a '16 XT, and am shopping for all the guards and accessories. I bought a Rekluse clutch, and will be installing that soon. Other than that, planning on Cycra hand guards. I know I need a skid plate, and radiator guards. I ride mostly tight single track, and want to get tough protection to save my bike from bashes and drops in the rocks - what have you guys put on your bikes?
  12. So I emailed NGK and this is what they said so stock up;) Hello, Thank you for your inquiry, part number GR7CI8 is only available for purchase through Beta. Regards, Rob MacDonald Technical & Training Specialist NGK Spark Plugs U.S.A. INC. || http://www.ngksparkplugs.com 46929 Magellan Dr. || Wixom, MI 48393 OFFICE: 248-926-7104
  13. Anyone else with an XT notice the clutch pull is kinda hard for a hydraulic? I have other bikes w/ hydro clutches and the pull is super easy and smooth by comparison. The XT... not so much. Easily the hardest of all the bikes I presently own. I was surprised when I got the bike and worked the clutch before buying it. It's still the same now, so is this the way yours is? Also, is there a clutch lever from a different model that will work with the XT's clutch MC to alter the ratio a bit perhaps to make the pull a bit easier and engagement smoother? There is also a (casting?) ridge on the front bottom leading edge that is just begging to have mr. dremel come visit it soon if other levers aren't available.
  14. This is for comparison only. I don't want my bike is better than your bike (they're Betas...both good). I would just like to compare the two, their advantages and disadvantages and see how we can make both bikes better. Also comparisons riding each of them in different types of terrain.
  15. 15 reviews

    The 2016 Beta 300 Xtrainer is designed for having fun while you ride, it comes with Electronic Oil Injection that eliminates the need to pre-mix the fuel. It also has powerful a 300cc engine, a low 35.8 inch seat height that sits on a 15% smaller chassis than the RR models and has a plastic skid plate SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2016 Manufacturer: Beta Model: 300 CrossTrainer Engine Type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine Displacement: 293.1cc Bore Stroke: 72 mm x 72 mm Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Compression Ratio: 11.3:1 Fuel System: Keihin PWK 36mm Ignition: AC-CDI Kokusan Starting System: Electric Transmission: Six-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain Rake Trail: Seat Height: 35.8 in. Wheelbase: 57.8 in. Front Suspension: 43 mm Inverted with rebound, & spring preload adjustment Rear Suspension: Steel body shock with adjustable rebound and compression Front Brake: 260 mm floating rotor Rear Brake: 240 mm rotor Front Tire: Soft Enduro Competition Rear Tire: Soft Enduro Competition Fuel Capacity: 2.25 gal. Dry Weight: 218 lbs.
  16. I assume the oil injection system is controlled by the tps sensor for the amount of oil that is supplied to the engine?
  17. Recently it was asked if we could suck out the Beta Xtrainer 300 into a separate forum. We took the suggested seriously, but ultimately concluded the this wasn't the best course, at least this time. If we sucked all the content from this beta out of the Beta forum in general, it would simply make a small, but growing part of the site less lively. We ran database queries on posting activity, both in total for for topics surrounding the Xtrainer. I'm posting this b/c I want you guys to know that we do listen to suggestions and want to provide a good service all of you that make TT possible. We looked at other approaches, but decided that the best course at this time is something that already exists, but something you likely don't use much if at all. Check this out: http://screencast.com/t/xbmPPlXk This is a screen shot of the "tag" that can be assigned to any Xtrainer related topics, both by whomever starts the topic or anyone that wants to add it. By tagging the topic, you're telling our system what the topic is about. Then, we can related that topic to other topics tagged the same. If you click the tag, you can then view all content that is about the Xtrainer, in the forums, product review system, articles, etc... If the content is tagged with xtrainer 300, it's all relatable. How can you help? Simply tag topics. The more accurately topics are tagged, the easier it becomes to find "other" content for interest. Glad to see the Beta forum growing! Their bikes look phenomenal and owners seem passionate by the brand.
  18. 14 reviews

    Key Features: - Entry level enduro bike -All-New Deltabox frame designed to be more compact -Super Smooth, 300 cc 2 stroke engine with adjustable powervalve -Special “torque” exhaust system -Electric start -Cooling fan -Electronic oil injection (no need to pre-mix) -35.8” seat height -10% smaller frame and overall size (compared to a standard Enduro model) -Light, 218 lb. dry weight
  19. If we all have one place to look, we can find the info faster.
  20. Dealer is looking at a March 1 ship date, not confirmed by Beta...yet? Who will get the first one? Since there's a dock strike, I think Hawaii has a good shot for the U.S. customers. Anyone one hear anything Down Under? What's the status in Europe?