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  1. 3yrs ago I parted ways with my trusty KTMs and jumped onto the Yamahas... Starting first with a YZ250 that I built into the ultimate woods bike, it was 'almost' everything one could want. But it did lack the e-start, HO stator and 6spd, things that I really wanted as the ultimate machine. Then a new YZ450F made it into my garage which I built into a woods machine (the FX didn't exist at the time). All the power in the world so a 6spd wasn't needed. But I still lacked the button and fat stator. Shortly after a large crash and some broken body parts, I then moved to the new YZ250FX which has been with me the last year. Coming with a near perfect 6spd, a 100+W stator and the magic button it should have been near perfect. But I did want for more. The bike was heavier then it's competition, taller and underpowered, but overall probably the best beginner/average riders bike available. There is no question that the Yamahas could be anything you wanted. I had great success on all 3 bikes with near bullet proof reliability, fantastic motors, outstanding suspension and unquestionable race worthiness adding a few wins and multiple podiums to my resume. But... ...when KTM introduced their new 16 models, it was hard not to look over the fence to see if the grass was greener. Could my criterias be met? So on Saturday, I picked up a new 2016 KTM 350xcf. On paper, 'most' of all criterias are met. -6spd? Check! -Lightweight? Check! -Less power then the 450, but more then the 250FX? Check! -Magic Button? Check! -HO stator? Uncheck! So outside the stator, the 350xcf is looking pretty good on paper. Why not a new 250/300 2t? As mentioned in another thread, I rode a couple 300s and wasn't neqrly as impressed as I wanted to be. So why the 16 over the 17? Cost and cost alone was pretty much the deciding factor. Outside of the AER the bikes are virtually identical. With nearly a $2000 savings between the 2 it left money I table I could spend elsewhere. And after talking with a bunch of tuners, at worst if I can't get the 4CS working, the extra money can be used for another fork options such as a KYB internal setup, or CV cartridges. So, I started this thread to kind keep my trials and tribulations on update for you wonderful folk on TT. Adding my opinion, impressions, mods, results and all that other jazz... Initial impression while sitting on the stand seem good. I've been tearing it apart greasing everything, weighed a few parts and giving it the look over. I question if the bike is built for long haul. It seems extremely well put together, but almost too well. The plastic lines blend well with no areas for hangups as well the bike feels thins, especially compared to any current Yamaha 4t. The bike also feels low and long, where as the Yamaha 4ts feel tall and short. Equally so the bike feels light and easy to throw on a stand with well placed grab handles.
  2. Hey all Thinking about picking up a new IMS tank, but have a few questions first. I have some aftermarket rad guards, could be unibiker but doesn't have the logo on it. Will the tank still fit with the guards? Since the tank is plastic compared to the metal stocker, does that mean you save weight when swapping? I do SM races so if I fill it halfway, does that mean the bike is lighter than before? If I have a gravity fed petcock now, will that still work on the IMS? How is the quality of IMS?
  3. 1 review

    -Cast Certified 17-4 Stainless Steel -Certified Heat Treating / Homogenizing / Annealing Process -Tested and developed with factory race teams -Innovative wall design provides optimal tooth surface while reducing weight -Raw Works-Style Finish -Standard and Sharp tooth designs let you choose - Exceptional or Extreme Grip -Increased width on Core Enduro Model -Patented mud relief tooth design -Built in the U.S.A. -Lifetime Warranty The Core Enduro Footpeg is ready to take the adventure to the next level. Go longer, harder, and faster with a wider base that provides more leverage on adventure style rides. Standard teeth provide an "OEM" style feeling while the Sharp option offers the platform, look and feel of a one-off factory footpegs. These are sure to keep your boots planted no matter what's around the next corner. The CORE series is the latest edition to IMS' ever growing line up of off-road footpegs. Developed in conjunction with factory teams like off-road KTM and Husqvarna, CORE pegs have been tailor fit to riders needs. The CORE pegs have conquered numerous race wins before being released to test and prove the comfort, and durability in the harshest conditions.
  4. Time Left: 9 days and 16 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    I'm going to be switching brands so I'm looking to sell off all my KX accessories. I'm working on pictures but everything is in good to excellent condition unless otherwise noted. Parts are currently located in Phoenix, AZ. Make a reasonable offer: Wheelset: 21" front, 18" rear - A60 rims, bulldog spokes, RAD green hubs, braking 270mm front rotor, dirt tricks 50T rear, braking rear rotor - $500 Wheelset: 21" front, 19" rear - stock rims, excel oversized spokes, stock hubs powder coated blue, 270mm front rotor, dirt tricks 51T rear, stock rear rotor -$250 ( rims are used and have a few small dings ) Rekluse Core exp 3.0 clutch with 40 hours. Will fit all KX 450 models (I'll include whatever clutch cover you need, whether it's a 06-15 or 16-18). -$500 Rekluse Todd drive manual complete clutch with 10 hours. Will fit all KX 450 models (I'll include whatever clutch cover you need as well) -$500 GPR top triple clamp/ V4 damper / oversized bar mounts / post. Just serviced last month ( wil, fit all kx 450 models, but you may have to buy a new post depending on the year) - $350 yoshimura slip on with spark arrestor. 16-18 KX 450 - $240 IMS tank for 16-18 KX 450. Dry break ready, no screw cap -$150 ASV unbreakable Melmon levers. Clutch and front brake -$100 for both I have a few other things I may list soon including IMS footpegs, spare plastics, shark fin, etc that are still on the bike. Please let me know if you have any questions! Email at jimherrero@nau.edu for quickest response and for pictures.

    $100.00

  5. Thought some of you might appreciated this recent product review by Contributing Editor, Monk.
  6. Hey guys, Just wondering if anyone has put an IMS tank on their YZ250FX and run a dry break system, just wondering what the best breather fitting location is before I drill the tank and also would like to know where the hose was routed. Probably the same situation as an oversized tank on a YZF, WR 250/450 with reverse engines and the air box up front. Would like to put the fitting center at the front of the tank but the IMS fitting supplied is too wide and wont fit between the air box and tank, thinking I should get a slimmer 90 degree fitting and then run the hose straight up to the triple clamps like normal. I have the screw cap adapter on at the moment but I've got the dry break receiver ready to go once I sort a breather out. Any experience with this issue would be appreciated. Cheers Jason
  7. Time Left: 3 days and 14 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    I have an oversized gas tank for a KX 500. Should fit 1989 to 2004. Has petcock and fuel cap. It's clear, but a bit yellowed from fuel. I started buying parts for a KX 500 that I never ended up buying (oops). So I need to get this to somebody who can use it. I'm 80% sure it's an IMS tank but it's not labeled.

    $50.00

  8. Yea to me!! I just did the smog block off on my XR650L. I used Permatex ultra black gasket sealer. Does anyone know how long I should let it set up before taking her out on a test ride? Thanks all.
  9. OK, before you flame me on this I'm merely curious if anyone has actually tried these things. They appear to be the same Chinese stuff for ~$20 sold by several vendors. What got me curious about them is they appear to be the exact same thing IMS is selling for ~$70. The pegs on my XR are pretty worn, and being a cheapskate I am reluctant to spend $100 or more for pegs. I'll probably buy some better pegs but I really wonder about these.
  10. 1998 XR400 Complete Tear down and Restore OMG! So I went a little crazy, after 18 years of riding my XR and not spending a dime except for gas, oil and basic maintenance I decided to spoiler my best friend. XR400! I stared out small and I went a bit crazy. see progress.
  11. Note: First post, please forgive my ignorance, posting in wrong section, stupid questions, etc. Thanks Background Story: I just purchased an 1997 XR400 from craigslist! The bike is very very clean. There has been 2 prior owners: - Owner 1 (1998): Bought a bunch of mods/upgrades for it and gave it to his wife. His wife didn't like it, so he sold it to the second owner. Had it for less than 1 year. - Owner 2 (1999): The second owner used it around his property (a dairy) and used it rarely, kept it in a garage, and took very good care of it when he did used it. Owner 2 does not remember what mods owner 1 put on the bike. - Owner 3 (2016): Me! (I would like to find out what owner 1 did to the bike). My Questions: I would l just like to know where I stand, what mods have been installed to this bike? By looking at the below pictures, could you guys please help me by listing anything that doesn't look stock? Big or small, I've never owned an XR400 before so I wont know. Thanks so much! Things I already know from owner 2: + FMF exhaust + IMS 440 Kit - I have googled this everywhere and cant find what exactly the IMS 440 kit is. I know its a big bore 440, owner 2 said it also had stronger valve springs, clutch, carb re jetted, and guards done. But thats all we know, anyone know if there is more to this mod or if we are even right? Main things I'd like to know: + Suspension - he said the suspension was completely redone. In the pics you can see its by JN Innovations and Moto Pro. I would like to get this setup to my riding style/size ( 6'4" 180lbs mostly doing trail, fire roads, and some dunes). How can I tell if this will work for me, has appropriate springs ,etc? It feels a little loose. Should I just treat it as stock and try to adjust it to feel the best for me? + Carb - I hear upgrading to a pumper carb is one of the best mods you can do to the 400. I'm pretty sure this is the stock carb, but how can I be sure, so I don't buy a pumper when I already have one. Since this is a 440 big bore the pumper carb will still be an effective improvement right? +Stator - I would like to put a light bar for dune riding. I read that the stock stator doesn't have enough juice to power a light bar. So I would have to upgrade to a 200w. I would like to check to make sure I don't have an upgraded stator already? Any easy way to do this? Or do I have to pull out a voltmeter? ... ( side note, anyone know any cool light bars for the 400?) Now the pics: Whole Bike: Whole bike front: Left side, rear suspension: Rear suspension: Rear Wheel: Front: Front Forks: FMF Exhaust (I have the stock too, does anyone know if the FMF is to loud to drive on OHV places and if I should use stock to be safe?): This was written on owners manual, IDK if it was what was done or what maybe it can help? From the back: Thanks: And that all the questions I have for now. Thanks for any help you can provide or suggestions on things I can improve to get the best out of this bike. If you need more pictures for reference just let me know and I can put some more up! Thanks again!
  12. Hello folks...me again. I installed an IMS tank on the wife's' 2013 250L. We have been doing a lot of mountain riding and she is always concerned about her fuel... we have had some close calls. She also packs the 1 gallon RotoPax but still would like more, as we usually end up dumping my RotoPax in her bike as well, (I have a 3.6 gallon IMS on the DRZ). I found the IMS install instructions are somewhat lacking so I searched TT to see if insights were shared and pictures posted. Didn't really see what I would like, so I captured some shots of the IMS bracket locations and my shroud trimming evolution (yet to be carried out) and have posted them. I laughed out loud when I read the IMS instruction "...some trimming may be necessary". That is a poor statement at best. Should say " trimming of the shrouds will be required if one doesn't want it to look like a cobbled together POS". I believe it will be easy with the right tools but for those with little vision...take it to a professional. I found it to be disconcerting that IMS left out any instructions about the fuel vent hose... I know what to do with the whole evaporative system but I must guess that many would not. If you want to keep your bike all legal beagle like you must connect the supplied vent hose to the evap system via the little white plastic "hose mender" then route it up to the supplied gas cap. I believe the tank looks better with a billet cap and vent and toss the hose in the trash along with the evap crap, but no...I would never do that...no way, not me...that would not be compliant and IMS can't share that, certainly. I noticed IMS has a great pictorial as advertised on the instruction sheet ...here is the link: https://www.imsproducts.com/Tech/VisualInstalls/Details.cfm?PartNum=112246&Model_Option=&page=1 This shows most of the story but leaves out details on the trimming and the fuel tank vent...as expected. I will only bother you with the trimming aspect and encourage anyone to view the link prior to starting the work...it is very helpful to understand the positioning of the IMS "L" brackets and forward vibration mounts before you get started. Here is my pictorial...hope some, find this useful...: One needs to remove this black plastic shroud piece on the right side: Looks like this after: If you do not trim you have this little issue: Cut off this much from both right and left shrouds: Sissors work really good...a die grinder works fabulous ;-) Smooth it out with a flapper wheel, file, or what have you... Looks pretty good indeed...just take care not to scratch the finish as you work: And this: My tool array for this exercise: Ta Dahhhh !... Watch the clearence on your after market bark busters...very close but didn't actually hit the tank: Here's my cap setup. I arranged this to show what some might choose to remove when doing this if they don't care to keep it USA highway legal and such... If one were to do this they would need to cap the evap pipe to the intake base to not have a vacuum leak, also, properly protect the evap electric valve connector that would go unused in the event of such nonsense...but... best to keep it legal and not try this at home You must connect the stock vent line to the IMS supplied fuel cap with the IMS supplied hose and white plastic hose mender to keep it legal on USA highways. Summary. I found this to be a very easy install, nice looking and functional...plus my wife loves it and thinks I'm a super star for adding more capacity to her 2013 CRF 250L. BTW...I'm a Manufacturing Engineering Manager by trade...what's that? I manage a crew of techs that write work instructions for a living...explain how to assemble things for those with no idea what comes next. Pictures, drawings, detailed explainations, tools, best practices...that sort of stuff. I have very high expectations from manufacturers instructions...details left out lead to frustration and costly mistakes. Thanks IMS...good job on the design, it fits beautifully and looks nice...! We found this IMS tank to be well built and rugged, a must for rough terrain riding. We rode up in the mountains yesterday on some old washed out high mountain logging roads. Brush, logs, cliffs, boulders, bears, elk, deer, ravins...that sort of stuff. My wife reports she didn't notice the extra fuel tank width, height or weight...at all. We rode about 90 miles before the fuel guage started to register, expected. We arrived back at base with 115 miles on the odometer with the guage down to the second bar from full. although we didn't run it out, we estimate the trip range, loaded with gear, to be around 200 miles now...way more better. The fuel pump plate gasket showed no signs of leakage and nothing rattled loose...bonus! When weighed against the costs associated with running out of fuel in the remote forests of Washington...we believe the IMS tank to be a great value at the advertised price. If it saves us from one "bike pushing event", I would say it paid for itself, immeadiately upon installation. Additionally, my wife is no longer concerned about running out of fuel before me...that my friends, is priceless. Cheers
  13. While fueling my XR650 the other day, the IMS fuel cap came apart and the smaller piece dropped into the tank. Doing a little research, I found two styles made of plastic: (1) with 6 squared off cogs (2) with 5 rounded graceful cogs - pics attached. Mine is the former. Yes, I can buy a new one, but if I can just buy a seal that would be great. Online pictures of a new cap show the same two pieces that I still have. The question is, what holds them together? Did it break or does the seal, a clip, or something else (maybe in the tank as well) hold the two pieces together?
  14. 8 reviews

    An inexpensive way to shave weight. Eliminates 4 1/2 lb. of smog pump, canister and mounting hardware. For off-road use only.
  15. 6 reviews

    Wider than stock for sure-footed comfort Cast from stainless steel not welded Serrated for positive footing, but points are rounded for safety
  16. 3 reviews

    Folding Shift Lever by IMS
  17. 3 reviews

    Cast from 17-4 stainless steel Provides a platform that is as much as 27% wider than stock (57mm vs. 45mm) Features IMS patented sprocket tooth design for unparalleled grip and mud relief Used by racers from Factory KTM, Team Green Off-Road and Honda Off-Road
  18. 13 reviews

    Pro-series foot pegs are made of stainless steel More traction than stock. 50mm X 75mm Hard coated to prevent drooping
  19. 64 reviews

    ThumperTalk Reviewed! Designed to enhance the appearance of your motorcycle, yet provide greater riding distance per tankful. Larger capacity than stock, yet very slim and sleek. Perfect for the dunes or the race track! These tanks are made with POLYETHYLENE CROSSLINK for extra strength and durability. Most tanks have a choice of screw on cap or drybreak top (receiver is extra). Depending upon the model, you also have a choice of colors, including black, white, and natural (allows you to see your fuel level more easily).