"I bought these for my '07 CRF 250 and they rubbed the forks from the start. That might be a Honda thing. I put a Works Connection holeshot device on them and they cracked immediately. They didn't last two rides."
"I'm not sure how I went without this product for years. Actually I do... I made one carb adjustment for dirt riding in the summer and one adjustment for ice riding in the winter. Now I can make minor low end (pilot) adjustments in literally 3 seconds and do so all the time.
This product actually helped me learn more about jetting because it is so quick and easy.
The o-ring and spring from my stock screw fit right on this fuel screw, and the fuel screw fit perfectly in my carb.
I'll be buying these for every bike I own from now on.... every bike that has a carb."
The Rally III hand guards are the latest and most technologically advanced Acerbis handguards. Designed by the Acerbis R&D Department in collaboration with world-class riders, the previous version has been optimized in its attachment to handlebars and designed so the spoiler follows the shape of the hand for optimum protection in all conditions. Made of rigid polypropylene, with new metal inserts to avoid rotation in the event of a fall. Supplied with universal mounting kit, made of anti-corrosive aluminum, and with a preformed shape to avoid collision with master cylinder and clutch. Fits handelbar diameters from 22 to 28 mm. Dual-injection molded construction allows for a rigid spine combined with a more pliable plastic spoiler. Allows plenty of room for cables and brake lines. Included is the X-STRONG aluminum universal mounting kit for 7/8" & 1-1/8" handlebars.
"The hand guards look sharp, come with everything you need to mount them, and mount up very clean and fit great.
I was in love with these hand guards until I put them to their first test (my third ride!!) My front tire washed out and I went down on the right side in 2nd gear coming into a corner. The hand guard cracked between the part that guards your brake reservoir and the part that guards your hand.
I was and still am extremely disappointed that these cracked the first time they hit the dirt at a low speed. I would love to have another pair but I cannot afford $80 hand guards every time I ride."