M12XC = Intermediate Terrain. S12XC = Soft Terrain. The sizes are as follows: 100/100-18 = Michelin size of 120/90-18. 100/90-19 = Michelin size of 120/80-19. 80/100-21 = Michelin size of 90/90-21. Note: Please check your current tire size to ensure you are ordering the correct replacement size.
"I've sworn by these tires since I started using them. Everytime I try something else, I regret it.
I have used the S12XC on my KTM450 and YZ125, front and back. I'm 160lbs (without gear), ride A Open, and use 12psi front, 10psi rear. I've found at my weight and speed, those pressures provide excellent compromise between grip and flat protection. Only 1 rear flat in 3 years of racing hare scrambles/enduros. (50-something races). No front flats at all.
These tires HOLD UP!! Last weekend, at Boogieville hare scramble in Uniontown, AR we saw some of the rockiest terrain out there. Going in with a new set of S12XC's, I had comments on how my tires looked brand new AFTER the 2 hour race! And they almost did :) Front - NO Chunking. Rear, could just barely tell it was used."
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BEST Jersey yet!!!!
July 29, 2009
"The KLIM Mojave Jersey is the best I have ever tried!
Ventilation is great, durability best i've seen yet.
This is supposed to be a desert type of jersey but i've put mine through several brush and briar patches, snagging the material each time over the last month. The jersey still has NO holes or tears in it. a few threads have ends showing, but that's trivial as all the seams are in tact.
BEST QUALITY GEAR I've seen anyone wear so far! Bar none. I'll buy again"
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KLIM Mojave Glove
July 29, 2009
"This glove is truly just a desert or moto-x only glove. It does very well in ventilation but does not hold up quite as well for what i do which is often deep woods with briars and brush. In that environment these gloves tear a little. Not a big deal, but I've had them a month of riding and have torn some of the nuckle padding out already.
GREAT QUALITY, GREAT COMFORT though. Just not made for taking on briars and brush."
Galfer has been leading the motorcycle industry by consistently making performance products that withstand the rigors and abuse of motocross racing and aggressive riding. Galfer brake lines are constructed from stainless steel to avoid flexing for maximum stopping power. Galfer built the brake line kit to be complete with lines, fittings and banjo bolts for complete and easy installation. Stainless steel brake lines allow the Galfer brake line kit to have maximum feel while reducing overall effort to brake. The Galfer brake line kit will out stop stock brake lines.
"These braided SS lines MAY NOT fit your bike like the OEM lines as motosport says.
On my '05 R6 Galfer SS lines fit perfectly. They were great - feel, looks, installation, everything about them was great.
The lines I ordered for my '02 KX250 though, DO NOT FIT like the OEM lines. The bend in the fitting on the caliper end does not allow access to the brake pad pin. You would have to either re-bend the fitting on the line or losen the lines from the caliper to change brake pads. In the first instance, you risk damaging the lines, which i have done. With the second option, you would have to fill and re-bleed the brake fluid everytime you change pads.
Use caution and do a little research by calling Galfer or asking someone here at Motosport for guidance before ordering.
I'm sure on most bikes, the installation of these lines will be no-fuss. Also, I am a true believer in these lines when they do fit."
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GAERNE GX-1 BOOTS - CLEARANCE
Fine Italian leather comes with a price, unless it is the Gaerne GX-1 boots. The lightweight design of the GX-1 boots provides the ability to ride all day with less fatigue. Gaerne developed new buckles for the GX-1 that feature lightweight aluminum along with adjustable length. Polyurethane wraps around the shift box and continues through the inside of the foot of the GX-1. Additional PU guards cover the shin and calf for impact protection. A leather inner panel keeps the heat and abrasion from getting through the GX-1 boots.
Sizing - Fit true to size?:
Great Boot for the Price so far
June 3, 2009
"I previously had Oneal Element boots which sucked - really bad. They tore open rather quickly, buckles didn't last long. New boots were in order immediately.
The Sidi Crossfire SRS was not in the budget, so for $200 I got this GX-1 boot that feels great out of the box (though a little stiff at first). I raced a hare scramble this past weekend, wearing my new GX-1's for the first time. Kept feeling great and broke in on that ride alone. They feel durable, but time will tell.
Kept water out while running through creek beds, and the fit is pretty true to size for me.
Despite not being the top-of-the-line boot i wanted, This is a great boot for a great bargain."
Cycra Cycralite Front Fenders - Quality injection molded fit and finish. Vented back section provides 33% increased airflow to radiator. Lighter than O.E.M. stock fender. Re-designed to match stock O.E.M. shapes. Slab nuts replace pop rivets for secure fit. Made in U.S.A.
In the photos of the Cycra Powerflow radiator shrouds and Cycralite front fender, the orange doesn't look to match. I imagine they would be but need to make sure ... Are these two pieces matching orange?