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  1. 1 review

    This Zeta Racing throttle tube [Part # ZE45-5111] was purchased to replace the stock rubber grip on plastic tube of a 2016 DR-Z400SM. Its main features are that it is all aluminum, has minimal metal-on-metal contact with the handlebar, and reduces the twist distance for the throttle in between closed and wide open. It has a plug for those that want a closed end versus those that need an open end for brush guards or bar end mirrors. (You would need to buy appropriate grips or mod existing ones to suit.) Weight of Zeta Aluminum Tube with Spider SLR grip = 2.80 ounces (Stock plastic tube with Stock Grip = 2.20 ounces) New twist range reduced by about 1/4 from closed to WOT. (Zeta = ~60 deg. Stock = ~80 deg) Aluminum tube looks much beefier than stock. Would be much more likely to survive tip over or worse. Has a good knurled surface to bond with glued-on grip. I doubt any slippage will occur over time. Spins very freely on handlebar without binding. Does not add a lot of width over the standard throttle tube A quick turn throttle tube can be easier on the wrist (carpal tunnel) Installed into existing housing without issue and could tighten housing fully without binding cables. What I had problems with during installation were products of my novice mechanical aptitude, really. I slipped the grip on too far without measuring it first. It rubbed slightly against the housing. I did not push the grip on past the mark on the Zeta tube, but it was still too far. I should have measured twice and cut once. I did have to adjust the throttle play to get the throttle to snap back freely. I adjusted it both at the in-cable nut adjuster right by the front brake cylinder on my DRZ, and under the gas tank where the cables meet the carb. Note: I do have handlebar risers on my bike so the cable adjustment at the carb may have been due to changing the overall length needed for a smooth throttle return (snap back). Overall, it was pretty close to a bolt-on mod. I did have to spend time readjusting throttle free play to get a good, crisp throttle snap back. My Spider SLR grips fit nice and snug. Operation out on the street was fantastic. The Quick Turn or semi-Speed Throttle nature of the new throttle tube is great. My DRZ has the 3X3 airbox mod and rejetted carb and it responded superbly to the faster throttle. Not quite night and day, but a definite improvement with zero bogging. I don't view this as a "true" speed throttle as some of those have about a 1/4 total range between closed and WOT like the track guys like, however, the Zeta produces a very perceptible difference that I appreciate. Going from a stop rowing through the gears on the way to 70+ just seems quicker due to the reduced twisting motion at the throttle. As I am only at about 100 miles, I can't attest to the longevity. Keeping the thing clean will be important as even the minimal metal-on-metal contact with the handlebar can eventually get gummed up and bind the throttle action. Remember that the cable barrel heads are secure in the housing, so it is just the aluminum tube around the handlebar to be conscientious about. Running an open grip end without the supplied end cap or other bar end gizmo would probably facilitate crap getting between the throttle and handlebar (not to mention down into your handlebar). I would recommend and purchase again for a similar bike. Take the time to adjust your cables after instillation and you should be quite pleased from your stock setup.
  2. 2 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Two-piece handlebar clamp kit developed for easy installation of over-sized bars ( 1 1 / 8" ) to stock rubber-mounted top clamp. Specially designed bolts enable three different back and forth positions ( stock , stock + / - 4 mm ) Available for CR, CRF, KX, KXF and WR250R / X . The height is not adjustable. # WR250R / X clamp is 10mm higher than stock bar position.
  3. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS Top triple clamp rigid mount kit for Armor hand guards provides more durable fitting. Prevents rotation of hand guards and protects your control levers and throttle in the event of a fall. Can be used on motorcycles which the top clamp fork bolts are attached from the side. Made of CNC machined A7009 aluminum, hard anodized titanium color with laser printed logo. Comes with special attaching bolts. Can not be used on top clamps which fork bolts are attached from the back. Hand guards modification may be needed to fit some handlebar bends.
  4. 3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS: ZETA revolutionary over-sized handlebar. Tested and developed by Japanese factory riders. Taper shape design makes the bar flexible against vibration while keeping high rigidity. Made of A7075 - T6 aluminum that boasts great strength and durability. Knurled grip area to avoid slippage. Wide range of bends available. Includes injection molded rubber foam SX bar pad. Available in black color.
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    So far great bike, still getting it set up for dual sport (light use)
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    Current mods: Seatconcepts seat Acerbis 3.7 gas tank (black) Acerbis RMZ 450 front fender Acerbis black tank shrouds Acerbis black number plates Acerbis black rear fender Rear luggage rack Thumpertalk Engine case protectors Thumpertalk Skid plate Zeta brake lever (from Wheeling Cycle Supply) Righteous clutch lever Zeta mirror holder (for GPS ball mount) (from Wheeling Cycle Supply) Moose racing black handguards Moose racing plastic handguards Polisport halo headlight (black) Black tail bag
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    Third bike and second supermoto. So far it is my favorite bike. Thing is fun to ride on the streets and can touch dirt without exploding. Only problem is it's going to take up a lot of my money making it even better.
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    Owned this bike almost a year it has been the best bike I have ridden, and owned can go anywhere I point it. Just had DeVol Suspension go through and set my suspension up to my weight. the bike now handles very well. Still got some mods to do but in time i will get to them.
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    First bike. Still learning, but I think it's perfect for a beginner like me.
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    This is my first dirt bike after many years on crotch rockets so Im still learning the dirt ropes but I do love this bike.
  11. 0 comments

    So far, awesome machine! Changing out the 14t sprocket for a 13T makes a huge difference! Stock exhaust dropped 10 lbs off the bike and removing the rear fender/ lic plate assembly for a DRC Edge2 install dropped another 5 lbs and cleaned up the tail end quite nicely. Stock tires are find for light trail riding, but slippery hard pack or muddy conditions really show how a tire that does well on the street, makes for a lackluster woods tire. I have had this bike on technical terrain and the stock suspension has faired well. I am 190 lbs and the rear shock did require some addition of pre-load. Suspension upgrades are on the 'to do' list on down the trail.
  12. 4 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS ZETA Axle Blocks FEATURES: CNC machined anodized axle blocks. High quality A6061-T6 alloy. Rotate using the forward and reverse positions, able to off-set axle shaft 13mm in reverse position. (Min. size 11mm). Scales on both sides of axle block for easy adjusting. Available for a large range of Honda's, Yamaha's, Kawasaki's, Suzuki's. Available in Red or Blue.
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    Zeta Bar, Armor Guards, and Hand Shields Yoshimura Full Exhaust K&N Air Filter Dunlop D606 Tires DRC Fender Eliminator Cyclops H4 3800 Lumen Headlight ThumperTalk Case Savers
  14. 2 reviews

    FEATURES Precision machined of 7009 T-6 aluminum Maintain the use of the stock case saver Designed to keep mud out of the front sprocket Anodized red for appearance and durability
  15. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS: The high rigid and light weight design, provides better control of the rear brake. Clevis body is made of A7009-T6 aluminum. Comes with a specially designed stainless steel pin. Available in red and blue anodized colors.
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    My FIRST motorcycle at 46 years of age! Bought this 2015 Yamaha WR250R brand new from the dealer back in Oct 2015 with 4 miles on it. Most of my miles are street and highway but hit the dirt often and whenever I can. Simply love this bike! I'm currently setting it up for Adv Riding and it'll be seeing more of the USA and Canada this and following years. No trailers, no rear carriers.. just me, the bike and the miles we pass.
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    Bullet proof, stable, inexpensive and fun. I'd give it 5 stars if it was 40lbs lighter and had 15 more hp from the factory. COME ON SUZUKI, UPDATE THIS THING PLEEEEEEASE!!!!
  18. 0 comments

    It's not a serious dirt bike, but it's lots of fun on and off road. Probably my favorite thing is the low seat height, I fall over with my DR-Z400 every ride in the dirt.
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