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  • Nihilo Concepts HD Clutch Springs

    Nihilo Concepts HD Clutch Springs

    EMILE in FL

    Better engaged clutch

    These springs gives the clutch better engagement. Helps with hole shot.

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  • Nihilo Concepts Power Valve Hose Kit

    Nihilo Concepts Power Valve Hose Kit

    Jason in WA

    Top notch quality

    Works as intended. Great quality! I would recommend, although a little pricey for what it is.

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  • Nihilo Concepts Stainless Steel Clutch Bolt Kit

    Nihilo Concepts Stainless Steel Clutch Bolt Kit

    Jeremy in CO

    Way better then the bolts that are stock

    These bolts make it 10 times easier to change out the clutch plates on the KTM 50 sx

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  • Nihilo Concepts Thick Rear Brake Rotor

    Nihilo Concepts Thick Rear Brake Rotor

    mike in NJ

    mine moto cross

    ktm 50 sr stock rotor taper stop it with a nihilo thicker rotor it will work and better stopen power also

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  • Nihilo Concepts Holeshot Device Fork Guard Bracket

    Nihilo Concepts Holeshot Device Fork Guard Bracket

    Eddy in AZ

    Awesome! works well!

    Installed this on a 65sx and tc85 with no issues. Installation instructions were easy to follow. Works perfect!

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  • Nihilo Concepts Linkage Arm

    Nihilo Concepts Linkage Arm

    SCOTT in AZ

    Looks great, not sure about functionality

    This piece looks very quality and installed easily. I've used an aftermarket linkage arm for a kx450 from devol engineering that was adjustable and lowered the back of the bike down instantly. This piece is different, it looked to be about the exact same size as the stock piece and I didnt notice it lowering my bike (yes i measured, it came out the same). But the description says it allows you to ride with the back end lower, so maybe it doesnt lower the bike but you can now lower it yourself and keep the correct sag? I assume that is the case, so I am now messing around with that. I've ridden once at the track since and didnt notice much of a difference, but I need to play with it more.

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