IRC Heavy Duty tubes are designed and constructed to offer great performance in the most extreme motorcycle riding conditions. IRC heavy duty tubes are made 3 mm thick and puncture resistant, making them durable to better handle extreme and aggressive use. For maximum performance and durability, IRC tubes are made of a blend of both natural and butyl rubber. Heavy duty tubes are 3 mm thick and puncture resistant. High quality Japanese tubes meet or exceed O.E.M. quality standards. Made of a blend of natural and butyl rubber. Tube Specifications: Valve stem type: TR-4 (straight metal stem (8 mm diameter)). Tire size: 110/100-18.
Brake rotors are a vital part of your motorcycles performance. Driven has exactly what you need with the Sport Series brake rotor. Driven developed their Sport Series brake rotor using high carbon steel. High carbon steel will make certain you brakes continue to perform at the highest levels due to a hard contact, high friction surface and extreme heat resistance. Driven has integrated a wave style edge with cross-cuts that will keep the rotor cool and clean as it spins. Precision ground processing is performed keeping the braking surface as flat as possible. The Driven Sport Series Rotor is also lighter than the OEM brake rotor which reduces the unsprung weight of your motorcycle to improve handling.
"I bent the front rotor on my '12 KTM 250XC and after shopping on the Motosport site I came across these. Thanks to the positive reviews I pulled the trigger. While I don't think it looks as cool as the stock wave rotor it was a heck of a lot less than the OEM or any other brand. It installed easy and works great. I'm a fairly fast off road racer and can tell no difference in braking power.
I have one 3+ hour enduro race and a 1 hour off road race plus a few practices and I've had no issues. Definitely recommend if you want to save some $$ on a rotor."
Renthal is a global leader in the manufacturing, design and sales of motorcycle and ATV accessories. They are the undisputed leader in handlebars for the motorcycle and ATV markets and currently, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and KTM spec their motocross models with their handlebars as stock. Renthal takes their years of motorcycle championship winning experience to develop grip glue that holds strong and is easy to use. A highly developed grip glue, specially formulated to give a secure bond without damaging the grip. Prevents the grip from slipping and squirming during aggressive riding and racing conditions. A must when using medium or soft compound Renthal grips.
"Quick drying and holds very well. I just replaced some grips and did not use safety wire because I hate feeling the burrs where I cut the end of the wire. After a 3 hour long enduro and an off road race I've seen no twisting of the grips."
Designed for the professional wheel builder. Featuring unique square-end openings to grip the spoke nipple on all 4 sides. Sizes: 6 mm - 6.3 mm or 6.5 mm - 6.8 mm. Sold individually. Specify wrench size.
"I've always liked this wrench because of the angle on the end. I did have one break a while back but I had used it for several years and it's not like these are made of thick gauge steel. Like a lot of Motion Pro's stuff, it's a good tool."
A high quality, 2-stage foam air filter that is pre-treated with No-Toil Evolution biodegradable filter oil. It is perfectly oiled and ready to use right out of the bag. It is built with No-Toil high quality standards and has a 1-year warranty. This is not a cheap, Chinese-made filter. Applications for most current dirt bikes and ATV's. Gloves included for hassle free installation. The best filter at the best price.
"I thought I'd try these because I'm so tired of cleaning filters. They fit fine. Not as perfectly as the Twin Air but not too bad. My KTM 250XC filter cage has some funny angles on it and it can be a little hard to determine if you are putting it in correctly because No Toil doesn't label their filters the way Twin Air does. No big deal though.
As other people have said, the filter doesn't actually seem to have that much oil on it. Not that you should over oil a filter but these hardly seem to have any on them. I've ridden with them in very dusty conditions without issues so far though.
I did just buy some Maxima pre-oiled filters because I want to try a few different brands of these pre-oiled filters. Plus the Maximas are a few dollar less per filter. I think Moose makes some also. I'll settle on one I like and buy them in bulk.
All in all the No Toil is a pretty decent filter for what it's intended for. They are definitely not better than a Twin Air but if you are like me and are absolutely burned out on cleaning filters these are nice. Because they come in their own sealed plastic bad and come with plastic gloves they are great for keeping a couple stashed in the tool box to have at the track / trails should it get really dusty or if you are camping and riding several days and need to change filters.
FWIW, I"m a former vet intermediate MX'er now racing B class offroad stuff."
Pure poetry in motion is the phrase often used to describe top-level racers that make riding a motorcycle look as natural as breathing. With this in mind, FLY designed their Kinetic racewear to complement a riders natural movements on the motorcycle, to eliminate unnecessary distractions, and look as stylish as possible. Create your own poetry in motion with Kinetic racewear. FLY Kinetic Combo Includes: FLY RACING KINETIC JERSEY Comfort-stretch collar constructed of TPR, lycra and stretch-rib materials for increased function and great fit. Mesh panels integrated into the jersey design to help keep you cool. Tagless printed collar for added comfort. Short cuffs with elastic sleeves help reduce unwanted arm pump. Extended tail helps keep the jersey tucked into pants. Sublimated graphics allow for the highest quality in fade-free graphics. FLY RACING KINETIC PANTS Ultra-durable, 840D construction. Kevlar stitched leather heat shield panels on the inside of each leg for durability and heat resistance. Ergonomically shaped knee is generously contoured and designed to accommodate all types of knee braces and guards. Integrated Soft-Flex TPR protective badging is ventilated for increased air flow and cooling. Customizable leg cuff design low-profile stretch cuffs with removable elastic band. Internal pocket located inside the waistband. Adjustable waist belt for maximum fit and adjustability. FLY RACING KINETIC GLOVES Four-way stretch multi-directional construction offers support, flexibility and comfort. Soft-flex TPR graphics for added protection and style. Durable double-layer palm is reinforced in all the right areas; offers increased durability, protection and great feel. Reinforced thumb. Split knuckle design for added comfort and function while reducing fatigue. Silicone finger grippers for increased control. Adjustable Velcro brand hook-and-loop wrist closure. Lycra finger gussets for increased comfort.
"I use reviews when buying gear & parts but never write them so I thought I would start.
I bought this set because I just got a new KTM and wanted to get some orange gear. I loved the fit of the gear. Jerseys aren't a big deal fit wise but some pants and gloves don't always fit the way you need them to and I loved the way these fit. The gear was also pretty cool and I live in Texas and ride in 100+ degree heat so this is important. All of this was the good.
Now the bad. The snap on the pants broke off after the first ride. It wasn't big of a deal and pants still cinch fine with the belt thingy and the zipper zipped up. I figured zippers can be replaced so no big deal. The bigger issue was that I started to wear the right leg leather patch around the knee area thin really quickly. At somewhere in the 15-20 hour range I wrote a hole right through the right side leather knee patch. I did read instructions later that you are supposed to take special care with the leather patch and I admit I did not do that. Oh yea, on the right glove the top half of the velcro strap peeled away fro the velcro patch part. It still works but may not forever.
I'm a B rider and do grip with my legs quite a bit. I also wear knee braces. I realize this gear is Fly's base stuff but I was surprised at how quickly I wore the hole through the pants and when I factor in the other issues I have to think this stuff just isn't that well made. Sucks really because I like the way the gear fits and this is the first pair of gloves I've been really comfortable in in a long time.
I'm not trying to bash FLY here. I actually liked the fit and look of this gear and may still buy a set of their high end gear. I just hope it holds up better than the Kinetic gear does. It's a good price but if you are hard on gear it may not last for you."