Cycra plastics, quality & fitment

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1/17/2019 1:21 PM

Planning on replacing the entire plastics on my YZ125, I've bought OEM before but it costs a small fortune and I've been thinking about getting a Cycra set.

So my question is, what's the quality and fitment like compared to OEM?

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1/17/2019 2:49 PM

i like UFO not too expensive and hold up pretty good

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1/18/2019 1:01 AM

brody wrote:

i like UFO not too expensive and hold up pretty good

Didn't really answer my question but thanks for the advice anyway.

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1/18/2019 1:28 AM

Cycra is good, the quality does not seem to be as good as it once was. Our 3rd kit from them for the YZ250f didn't seem to be as good as the first two! That could just be me though. Cycra or Acerbis for sure!!

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1/18/2019 2:15 AM

I have a set on my yz250, good stuff.

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1/18/2019 8:02 AM

Cycra is good quality. Fitment has been spot on for my YZ250/ 125. Good stuff.

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1/18/2019 8:44 AM

All our CR/CRF bikes we are running Cycra and have been really happy with the quality and fitment. Only thing you have to watch for is if you do the stadium front # plate, make sure you let who ever is doing your graphics know because it is a slightly different shape than stock.....

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1/18/2019 9:55 AM

Motox627! wrote:

All our CR/CRF bikes we are running Cycra and have been really happy with the quality and fitment. Only thing you have to watch for is if you do the stadium front # plate, make sure you let who ever is doing your graphics know because it is a slightly different shape than stock.....

Cheers for letting me know about the stadium plate having a different shape.

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1/18/2019 1:26 PM

I used Cycra on my yz250f and the fitment was bad and the quality of it was ehh. On my yz250 I used UFO and it was great

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1/18/2019 2:25 PM

Cycra plastic seems more brittle than Oem or UFO

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1/18/2019 10:23 PM

eric513anderson wrote:

I used Cycra on my yz250f and the fitment was bad and the quality of it was ehh. On my yz250 I used UFO and it was great

This is exactly my experience for my yz250f as well, though I have no experience with it for the 2 strokes.

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1/19/2019 1:19 AM

I've used cycra on my crfs.

A few years ago they were great.

My last set got delivered without holes drilled in the fork guard..

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1/19/2019 2:32 AM

Thanks guys for all your input, sounds like they're not as good as they used to be. I've heard Acerbis are the next best thing to OEM.

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1/19/2019 8:49 AM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

Thanks guys for all your input, sounds like they're not as good as they used to be. I've heard Acerbis are the next best thing to OEM.

Both Acerbis and UFO makes great products.

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1/19/2019 3:29 PM

I've generally found that with the YZ linup, OEM plastic really isn't that much more than aftermarket, and is occasionally cheaper.

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1/19/2019 3:43 PM

Matt Fisher wrote:

I've generally found that with the YZ linup, OEM plastic really isn't that much more than aftermarket, and is occasionally cheaper.

In the uk, aftermarket is approximately £150 more than OEM.

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1/20/2019 6:31 PM

I just ordered a set of polisport plastics and I’ve actually been surprised at the quality. I’m a cycra guy too.

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1/20/2019 9:06 PM

I find the cycra fits good, but the blue shows white creases if bent . The quality seams to be not as good as it was 6-7 years ago

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