Scotts goggle case offers a convenient to carry multiple pairs of goggles in a classy and durable case to eliminate the risk of damaging or losing them. Featuring a large main compartment with 5 dividers, the Scott goggle case is designed to fit 5 goggles. With various pockets for lenses, tear-offs, and other cleaning systems built in, the Scott goggle case is all you will need for your goggles on long rides or in various conditions when you may want more than one pair of goggles. To maximize protection and durability Scott designed the goggle case with hard shell. With a closing flap with inside pockets and a hook eyelet to hang on the wall, Scott made the goggle case easy to store stuff in, and easy to store. A carrying handle makes the Scott goggle case easy to carry in conjunction with all your other gear, and has a great look.
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November 12, 2012
"It works perfectly for your race team. Keeps them safe secure with plenty of room for tear offs and extra lenses. Would recommend to anyone with more than one pair of goggles."
Sunline makes it possible to keep your dirt bike on the track without missing a gear with their folding alloy shift lever. Being truly race ready is not what the factory gives you, but Sunline has your back by using a folding tip on the shift lever that gives way pressure from close holeshot battles or scrapping pegs in the berm. A satin anodized finish covers the alloy shift lever to resist corrosion for a long lasting upgrade. Sunline uses a forging process to build the aluminum shift lever which reduces weight with a great look. The alloy shift lever features a knurled shift tip for great traction and feel. The pivot point on the aluminum alloy shift lever will work race after race thanks to the heavy duty stainless steel oversized hardware. Sunline designed each of the folding alloy shift levers to match up to the factory gear splines and hold tight with the 8 mm hex head bolt.
Renthals R3-2 O-ring Chain is a high-strength sealed-ring chain with excellent impact load resistance designed specifically to withstand the stress found in off-road applications where an O-ring chain is desired. This chain is the choice where a combination of high strength, light weight and maximum power transfer are important considerations. The O-rings help extend chain life by retaining the special vacuum-injected grease near the critical pin area. Chain comes pre-stretched to shorten break-in period. Nitrile O-rings extend chain life by retaining special vacuum-injected grease inside the chain joint. Shot-peened alloy steel side plates for high tensile strength and maximum impact load resistance. High-carbon alloy steel bearing pins for excellent resistance to wear. Gold colored side plates help prevent corrosion. Pre-stretched to enhance performance of the chain. Available in 520 pitch only. Average tensile strength of 7,644 pounds. Wear life index: 750. Maximum displacement (street / off-road): N/A / 500cc. Weight (per 100 links): 3.36 pounds. Each chain includes a pair of latex gloves for mess free installation. 120 links. Note: The Renthal R3-2 chain is supplied with both an easy-fit split master link and a superior solid-pin rivet master link which matches the durability of the chain. Note for installing O-ring chains: As O-ring chains are wider than standard roller chains, when fitting an O-ring chain to a motorcycle that was fitted with a non O-ring chain as original equipment, it is essential to check that there is proper clearance of the engine cases near the countershaft sprocket and any other places of close contact. Failure to do so could result in damage to the chain and motorcycle and could ultimately cause the chain to fail.
This website said this o-ring chain would fit a 2007 KX250F but it's not even close. The chain is so wide it would hardly fit between the front sprocket and the trans casing. Some bikes are just not designed for an o-ring chain. This website has to do a better job in identifying those bikes.
Location: macomb MI
Posted November 29, 2012
or u may need the spacer behind the front sprocket like they said in the video