One piece design. Easy installation. The intake charge is redirected for more even distribution of the intake ports. Constant flow velocity is maintained for instant throttle response and more horsepower.
"I decided to try out the Rad Valve on my Rm 125 and am very satisfied. Being very sensitive to Jetting I had some concerns. It seems like the consensus is that the Rad Valve requires more jetting changes then the V force but is potentially a better mod. I believe this is true. Although I noticed an increase in performance right away. It became more noticeable when I leaned the main out a little more. The Rad Valve improved performance all over the Rpm range. Will it make you faster? Probably not. Is it worth the money? That depends on how much money you make and if you know how jet your bike. (MXA's secret jetting specs is a good place to start.) Or the FMF website!! =) Will I Install a Rad Valve on every 2 stroke I own from now on. Yes!!"
FMF adds the Powercore 2 silencer to its arsenal of 2-stroke exhaust options because FMF is brand that knows how to maximize power for any terrain. The sleeve of the Powercore 2 silencer is constructed from extruded aluminum to provide a lightweight design. FMF incorporated a tuned perforated core for exceptional performance. FMF made sure the Powercore 2 silencer was also durable by using stainless steel on the performance flow end cap and the stinger. FMF makes it easy to perform maintenance on the Powercore 2 silencer by using removable bolts to break it down.
"I Installed the Power core 2 on my Rm 125 because I already had a fmf pipe and I needed to match. I got the regular one because I felt like the shorty's were too loud and I was concerned about loosing top. Not expecting much of a difference I was actually pleasantly surprised when I noticed a small gain in the Mid / Bottom and no noticeable loss of top / overrev. The power core 2 is about an inch shorter overall then the stock muffler, just FYI, and has a sweet exhaust note. Not to Raspy and loud. BRRAAAAPP."
The All Balls Steering Bearing Kit is designed to replace worn out steering components to regain lost - or improve stock - steering performance. Comes with upper and lower bearings with races and lower seal. Most kits come with tapered roller bearings. A performance upgrade for stock bikes that use loose ball bearings. Kit contains 2 tapered bearings and 2 seals.
"Like most people, I was afraid to try anything but Dunlops. 739's and 756's back in the day and then Mx 51's until recently. After experimenting with 51's Maxxis IT's and the Bridgestones I have found a new favorite tire. The Bridgestone 403 and 404 is my favorite tire combo. This combo inspired the most confidence in my riding and wears at a reasonable rate. I am an intermediate level Mx rider from Central California and I ride mostly Intermediate to hard pack soil and your occasional River bed sand track."