Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Adventure Touring Dual Sport Motorcycle Wheels

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Body

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Brakes

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Drive

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Exhaust

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Filters

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Fuel and Air Intake Systems

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Graphics and Decals

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Handlebar-Control

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Suspension

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Adventure Touring Dual Sport Motorcycle Wheels

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: All Wheel Parts and Accessories

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Wheel Accessories

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Body

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Fuel Tanks

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Brakes

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Levers-Machine Specific

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Drive

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Engine

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Camchain

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Crankshaft Assemblies

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Exhaust

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Exhaust Tools and Accessories

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Filters

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Air Filters

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Fuel and Air Intake Systems

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Air Filters

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Fuel Tanks

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Graphics and Decals

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Machine Specific Graphics/Decals

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Handlebar-Control

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Clamp Kits

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Hydraulic Clutches

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Levers-Machine Specific

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Suspension

Nihilo Concepts Dual Sport Parts: Fork Covers

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  • Nihilo Concepts Chain Adjuster Blocks

    Nihilo Concepts Chain Adjuster Blocks

    Scott in PA

    Look great but make it hard to center wheel

    On my bike I ended up needing to scribe the chain adjuster to allow me to center the wheel. Sorta wish I would have went with the OEM setup

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  • Nihilo Concepts Cam Chain Tensioner

    Nihilo Concepts Cam Chain Tensioner

    nathan in VA

    Worry free

    This product i would say is a must for ktm owners. As I'm sure you know our bikes auto tensioner are not the most reliable. But fear not as this really takes all the guess work out of it. It is a snap to put in and adjust and now i have the peace of mind that my chain won't slip unexpectedly.

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  • Nihilo Concepts Air Box Bolt Kit

    Nihilo Concepts Air Box Bolt Kit

    WES in CA

    Must have

    Great fix for bad KTM air box design. Looks cool and more secure than stock air box cover.

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  • Nihilo Concepts Ny-Lock Rear Axle Nut

    Nihilo Concepts Ny-Lock Rear Axle Nut

    brian in CO

    Nice Axle Nut

    Nice axle nut that adds some bling. Once you tighten it a couple times to the 65lbs torque specs, it definitely dings the anodized orange a bit, but nothing bad..

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  • Nihilo Concepts Frame Grip Tape

    Nihilo Concepts Frame Grip Tape

    Dennis in CA

    Good stuff

    Fits good and works great but, will not last. Need to change gear shift side after every race. Gip is great!

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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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