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  • Radiator Coolant Basic Maintenance
    There are tons of threads on ThumperTalk about oil changes, but far fewer on radiator fluid. Because of this, I thought that this would be a good topic to cover. At a minimum, radiator fluid should be changed once per year. If you race, at least...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Apr 15, 2015
  • FMF Racing Launches KTM Factory Edition Team Exhaust
    With over 40 years of building the most dominant performing exhaust systems, FMF Racing introduces the new KTM Factory Edition 4.1 Team Series exhaust. Built 100% In-House in our Southern California State-Of-The-Art manufacturing facility using pr...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Apr 06, 2015
  • FIXT Products Pro Torque T-Handle
    If there’s one thing that every dirt bike owner needs, it’s a collection of good tools to maintain and fix their ride. My usual go-to is a collection of T-handles. They simply make working on bikes so much easier without having to manage multiple...

    Posted by k.g on Apr 02, 2015
  • Ride Icon Airmada Thriller Helmet
    We’ve had the opportunity to test a variety of gear over the last year including the ICON Airmada Thriller helmet. I’ve been a fan of the latest ICON offerings and jumped at the chance to try some of the newer gear out. We get to wear a lot of hel...

    Posted by MXEditor on Apr 01, 2015
  • MSR Releases Their Lightest, Most Ventilated Gear: MAX AIR
    IRVINE, CA – March 31, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire ) – The legend of Malcolm Smith was forged in the blast furnace of the Baja 1000. Now this legacy lives on in the form of the 2015 MSR (Malcolm Smith Racing) MAX AIR gear. Engineered from advan...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Mar 31, 2015
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Rider Discussion

Knee brace for TKA?

I had a left knee TKA in January.  (See attached.)  Looking to have the other one done next.   Should I wear some kind of brace when I return to riding?  Any suggestions for which one?   BTW, what do you think of that right knee of mine?   :goofy:

OMG, I do well at my Supermoto race now I am being asked...

 I mean What the f*********************************************************************k, These guys want to kill me off don't they :/ I have been hounded by the VP of a race org about doing it so I guess this coming Saturday I will give it a try in a quick 20min moto and see if it is someth...

Dislocated knee cap on trail. Advice? (Issue resolved but...

While riding today, one of my buddies was trying a hill climb and he fell about 3/4 of the way up. Went head over heels and landed with a dislocated patella. Luckily it was early in the day, so we had plenty of time to deal with him before it got dark. But we were pretty deep into the woods, at...

2006 ktm 125sx plastic swap to 2014 ktm 125sx

I want to swap the plastics from my 2006 Ktm 125sx to the newer look of the 2014 125's. I would just like to know if it is possible and if so what modifications or parts would i need. Thanks!   Here's a pic of the bike.

Yz 125 2005 cylinder

Hi guys i just bought a yz 125 2005, the bike starts great, runs also very nice but i was curious about condition of the piston. So i made few photos and that's how it looks like.     I'm worried about those weird edges on the right and left side of port. Is this normal ? Or it's bad...

Decompression weight "clank"

Hey guys the last 3 or 4 times ive rode my 09 Ive noticed a slight rotary clank at idle. I only notice it at idle and it goes away with just a slight RPM raise. Ive spent the last 2 times trying to diagnose it. I know what a timing chain slap sounds like and this aint it. The bike has roughly . 7...

post your rides

[IMG]http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee266/tlr250/all%20dirt%20bike/yzf250011.jpg[/IMG] my 250f mine and my step dads 2003 honda forman [IMG]http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee266/tlr250/all%20dirt%20bike/bikes001.jpg[/IMG] my dads rhino [IMG]http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee266/tlr...

Is my motor going to be okay? Ltr 450

It was ran for about 30 minutes like this recently, and possibly a couple hours like this a few years ago. Is it going to be okay...?

2006 Honda Rancher 350 shifting problems

Hey my dad has a 2006 Honda Rancher ES (electric push button shift) 350 with about 6500 miles on. The problem is the transmission is in neutral but the display is just showing a horizontal line as if it can't shift all the way. It has a new battery so i don't think that is the problem. When I try...

KTM 530 EXC Carb setup Help!

Hi all, I have a KTM 530 2010 with very low miles. I just purchased it and am having a really difficult time setting getting it dialed in. It starts ok and has lots of pull when you roll it on. The problem is that there are pops/mini backfires when you let off. Another issue is when you are just...

Chain Lube

I've tried a lot, from 30wt to 90wt, all sorts of motorcycle specific lubes and waxes.   For the last 6 years or so I've used Champion Chain Lube. It's a lithium spray grease, maybe $5-6 a large can at Walmart. I think a can lasts me a year, maybe 8k.   Dry wipe the chain, lube every 50...

what is this bike?

Can someone please tell me what year and possible engine size this Suzuki is...

April Perfect day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvfnNCtEqJA

Sick Day April 15th

Phantom Teth-Air Tether

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpDmTj7t6lI

Greetings from the upper Left Coast

New to Forum   Not new to Motorcycles, starting my 46th year of riding   Just picked up 6 dual sports that have been sitting in my friends garage since 2010.   I'll figure out how to do my signature so I just have to do this once

spark plugs for xl1200 ltd & gp1200 both 1999

I have 1 of each waverunnesr one has smaller reach plugs the other long reachplugs  why is this when both have same motor

93 750sx

I need a 93 750sx hull for a reasonable price. I'm around kingston ny area

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Wiki Article

  • FENDER BAG TOOL STORAGE TIP
    Feb 25, 2014 06:19 AM
    I saw this tip many years ago, but could not find its original author. So, credits to who ever you are. :thumbsup:I took two pint size plastic oil containers (quart size fits the bigger fender bags) and cut the tops off. Put necessary tools in one half and slide the second half over the first. Th...
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