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how to relocate your key to the RH side of the front turn signal 1/4" thick aluminum plate 3" long 1 1/2" wide made this at work on a slow day after hours removed OEM key holder I had to do a bit of trimming on the plastic on the RH side above where the signal bolts to the head light housing how it trimmed it was by heating up a razor blade and cutting slowly trimming it back to fit nice and drilling and die grinding it down to fit the key housing in the plate i made. looks like i drilled a 3/8" hole to bolt it with the signal light just have to unplug the light and unbolt the light and remove the washer and nut and install the key bracket in on the signal light bolt and install the washer and nut. and install key cylinder and adjust where you would like the key to sit for off and on
Hey everyone was wanting to know everyone’s thoughts on what I should do for a exhaust set up. Ktm guys are welcome to put there 2 cents in as there the same bike. I currently have a 2018 fe350 and wanting to ether change the end cap out to get a bit more flow out of it but I’m worried about it being loud. I have already have a JD TUNER with the end screen ripped out (not the spark arrestor) and the reeds out of the air box, so jetting it in won’t be a problem. Also looking at getting a mega bomb header I have read it give u more low to mid power plus 1.5 less db over your current pipe set up. I am looking for a quite exhaust slip on as I don’t like people knowing I’m in the bush ripping around. I have been research about fmf Q4 but can’t find how loud they are over stock with quite Insert in there with the spark arrestor. Basically want power with it being quiet. I’m open to other brands let me know what u guys think.
Following a solid, week-long outing at the 92nd edition of the International Six Days Enduro in Brive, France, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team riders Christophe Charlier and Ryan Sipes spearheaded Husqvarna Motorcycles’ efforts at the prestigious annual event. With Charlier playing a vital role for Team France, helping them become Word Trophy team champions, FE 250 mounted Sipes wrapped up the event by claiming second in the highly-competitive Enduro 1 category.