Added reply in a thread RMZ parts on RM 4/26/2021 6:50 AM

One big thing I've found over the years since this thread took off.... you cant beat OEM! I tested between the standard shock and the Ohlins, which was re valved specifically for the bike, and I preferred the standard shock. The RMZ450 link also got ... more »

Added reply in a thread RMZ parts on RM 4/26/2021 6:42 AM

Be careful with shocks on your 03. I'm pretty sure 04 onwards is a different length (shorter). I'm sure I've seen people use 04+ shocks but they change the lower mounting clevis to an 03 style but you might want to research this to be safe. You've also ... more »

Liked a comment on the item MX Sports Pro Racing Announces 12-Round Schedule for 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 1/13/2021 3:18 AM

It’s time to bring Nationals back to Texas!

Added reply in a thread Guts VS seat cover 8/31/2020 11:30 PM

I had the same issue on my rmz450 with the OEM plastic base. I ended up stapling it like a conventional cover and its been fine, its a great cover, looks awesome and grips nice. But the Velcro system is pretty pointless

Added a comment to RussB's bike check 4/9/2020 6:50 AM
Suzuki RM250 2008

They are Pro Carbon guards that I managed to bag off EBay many years ago. They don't pop up often and are the kind of part you need to search for relentlessly until you find them!

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Liked a comment on the item Suzuki RM250 2008 4/9/2020 6:49 AM

This bike is too good! Where did you get the frame side protection? the black plastic one on the right side thanks!

Added reply in a thread My Dads 2003 RM250 1/15/2020 8:11 AM

Awesome work, love the period correct graphics! Its going to look mint, keep it coming.

Added reply in a thread RMZ450 rear brake clevis-which one is best for lower adjustment 11/13/2019 7:16 AM

If you cut a few mm off the threaded portion of the rear brake caliper rod, it will allow you to set the clevis higher on the rod, and therefore create a lower rear brake pedal position.

Liked a comment on the item Social Scoop 10/3/2019 7:20 AM

722 was holding the kill button on when kicking?

Added reply in a thread Suzuki EX race team parts 7/10/2019 7:09 AM

The chances of this sale going through are pretty low. The serious Suzuki guys are on the newer models so a fair chunk of the stuff you have wont fit on the newer models. And then the casual Suzuki guys (and there aren't all that many) like myself don't ... more »

Added reply in a thread Show Us Your Factory Replica Build!!!! 6/21/2019 7:57 AM

2015 Barcia JGR Inspired replica

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Liked a comment on the item GP Bits: MXGP of France | Round Seven 6/5/2019 9:09 AM

I really love Pit Bits but is it too much to ask for more "Pit pics"? It would be cool to see pictures of the EMX and WMX bikes and setups too!

Liked a comment on the item 1989 Suzuki RM250 - 2019 Season 5/22/2019 7:49 AM

Sweet build well done

Added bike check 1989 Suzuki RM250 - 2019 Season 5/1/2019 8:05 AM
1989 Suzuki RM250 - 2019 Season
Added reply in a thread Factory billet Rm linkage 1993/1995 4/19/2019 8:39 AM

Price? Looks similar to the linkage on my 1989 RM250

Added reply in a thread 2015 Suzuki RMZ450 Build - 2018 Update 4/15/2019 8:05 AM

Hi upyar. Keep the clutch exactly the same as stock when removing the judder springs, and re assemble as shown in the exploded diagram. You will experience less drag and a more precise engagement with the judder springs removed. Cheers

Liked a comment on the item GP Bits: MXGP of Great Britain | Round Two 3/29/2019 8:16 AM

Needs more pits less track

Liked a comment on the item Cooksey, Straight To The Point: The Answer Is Simple 3/8/2019 8:34 AM

I have been following/watching SX since the early 80’s and it seems to me that each year the tracks have become smoother and have started to look like roads. What about ripping the tracks to make them deeper? Yes it would cause more ruts but I believe it would also slow them down. Just my...more

Added reply in a thread How do you clean lime of the bike? 2/6/2019 6:53 AM

For Aluminium, vapour and/or fine media blasting(such as glass bead blasting) to even the finish and remove stains. Then polish to the desired finish.

Added reply in a thread 1997 RM 125 2/5/2019 2:11 AM

As a guess I'd say that it could be in relation to what fuel is required, so 98 octane in this case. A squish measurement would help to confirm this. But that stamp is 100% not from the OEM. Likely done by a tuner.