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  • IMS Pro-Series Foot Pegs

    IMS Pro-Series Foot Pegs

    John in CA

    They last.

    A tad heavy but a must for rock riding because unlike the 07 Yamaha’s WR OEMs, these are indestructible.

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  • IMS SuperStock Foot Pegs

    IMS SuperStock Foot Pegs

    Brian in TX

    IMS SuperStock Foot Pegs

    The pegs were for my 4 year old grandson's Yamaha PW Y-Zinger 50 (2017). The stock rubber pegs are dangerous when off road with mud and water or partial boot print on edge of peg when standing. Boots too easily slide off the stock pegs. The IMS are the most expensive/highest quality pegs on the market and well worth the investment. They don't clog up with mud, grip, and fit perfectly (what a peg is supposed to do!). Considering all the gear expense for his protection (helmet, goggles, jersey, gloves, knee pads, pants, socks and boots), it seemed silly not the get the best in pegs for safety!

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  • IMS Flightline Folding Shift Lever

    IMS Flightline Folding Shift Lever

    Doug in WA

    Awesome shifter

    Allows my 11 yr old with size 10 alpinestars to fit under easily. Makes a world difference to be able to shift in different seat positions

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  • IMS Rally Foot Pegs

    IMS Rally Foot Pegs

    null in KS

    Rally footpegs

    Great product. But!! You have to grind the upper inside corners to pegs to fold up a little further. But otherwise great design. They will give your feet great support.

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  • IMS Fuel Tank

    IMS Fuel Tank

    james in FL

    very high quality

    IMS make the best tanks around! this is a quality tank with just over 4 gals of capacity. you will have a hard time running out of fuel!

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  • IMS Fuel Tank (NO CA)

    IMS Fuel Tank (NO CA)

    BCSteve in BC

    Is it worth it? IMS on a 2012 WR250R

    I purchased the 4.7 US GAL IMS Safari Tank from RMATVMC a couple of months ago (in the winter) and I imported it into Canada. The price offered by RMATV/MC was the best I found, including from the manufacturer. I bought the 'natural' version so I could see the fuel level in the tank. Yes, the blue one would look better on the bike. Installation was easy - using the online photos provided by IMS, using the printed one would make it almost impossible. I had one phone call to IMS to confirm the lack of a 'canister' on my machine, and the phone support was excellent, short, and sweet. Why did I give the 'Value' only 4/5? I have struggled to bring myself to put a larger tank on my WR250R since I bought the motorcycle because of the price of all options out there. It is an expensive purchase, no matter how I rationalize it. The tank holds 18 litres from empty (4.5 US gallons, 4 Imperial - Canadian - gallons), not quite the 4.7 US gallons advertised (close enough for at least part of a cigar I suppose). It fit absolutely perfectly on my motorcycle IF IT WAS STOCK, but my radiator guard needed to be modified (shaved a bit) and I placed some foam between it and the gas tank to protect against rubbing on the tank - this is not a flaw of the IMS tank as such, but if they'd molded that wing just a cm further out, then the fit with the common modification of a rad guard would not cause an issue. For the price paid, I think that the part should fit a WR250R with the radiator guard without the need to shave, insulate, or modify anything. No leaks, no plastic grunge on the tank mold lines. The 'Tee' connector seems to me to be a bit 'cheap', but I didn't break it installing it in the vacuum line. To answer my question, "yes". No more range anxiety for me.

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