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  • Primary Drive 520 RDO O-Ring Chain

    Primary Drive 520 RDO O-Ring Chain

    Lloyd in MN

    went on a CBR250R

    This chain worked alright on a low horsepower bike and lasted nearly twice as long as the oem chain and sprockets did. but still it is not a great quality chain on a larger more powerful bike- I definitely would suggest buying a better quality chain.

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  • Uni Air Filter

    Uni Air Filter

    Frank in WA

    Finding tiny bit of sand in the boot twice now.

    First I like the fact I can take the two layers apart and get the sand off of the outer layer, never see any sand in the inside layer or even between the two layers. SO it has to be getting around the seal, the inner layer seal seems fine but the outer is very thin and has a bunch of ridges that I think may be doing more harm than good letting some sneak by. And yes I am sure everything is lined up correct, greased and clamped down correct by the cage. This time I am going to wait a day or so and retighten the hold down bolt, maybe the outer tinner harder seal takes time to crush and form. All I know is if I ever find any more sand in the boot with this filter I will try twin air to see if it happens again. Maybe I have a boot leak but sure doesn't seem like it at this point. Or maybe it is the new grease I used the last two times from no-toil which every time I clean it that grease has hardened to a wax like crap. I am back to using WP Power Punch grease that I have used for years with all brands of filter and maybe that is the cause of the leak. In 35 years of dune riding this is the only 2 times I have ever had sand in the boot. and it is the only times I have used the Uni-Filter and no-toil grease... Something is wrong! Love the two piece design just no the outer layer seal design... Will post again after next cleaning.

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  • River Road Laughlin Motorcycle Jacket

    River Road Laughlin Motorcycle Jacket

    Clyde in CO

    Great Jacket

    I have not yet used the liner in this jacket but it has been great so far. I have worn it in 60 deg. weather without getting hot and down to 49 degrees without getting cold. When it hits 45 I think I may put the liner in. Since anyone who rides outside the city knows that more than temperature is important, I drive 30 miles each way to work from Sterling CO. to Peetz CO. so when I say 49 degrees, I mean at 75mph. I have a small windshield on my cruiser so that does help some. Overall I believe the jacket is good for colder temps than what I will ride in. This jacket also does not look like a motorcycle jacket so much which makes me less conspicuous when wearing it in stores and such.

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  • Neutron Brake Pad - Sintered Metal

    Neutron Brake Pad - Sintered Metal

    Kyle in TX

    Great pads for the price.

    Great buy at the price per pair of pads. Was unsure at first due to cheap price but after numerous rides in sandy muddy conditions,I'm sold on them. Hardly seem to have worn at all.

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  • Braking Race Rear Brake Rotor

    Braking Race Rear Brake Rotor

    Nathan in IN

    Great replacement for OEM

    My stock rear rotor wore out finally so I bought this one. Same great stopping power and seems to be even more fade resistant

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  • Tusk Brake Pad - Sintered Metal

    Tusk Brake Pad - Sintered Metal

    Kyle in TX

    Good pads. Cheap price.

    great rear pads for what I paid. Seem to hold up well in sandy,muddy trail conditions. Better than I expected. When they do wear out I'll be buying another set.

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