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  • Motion Pro Brake Lever

    Motion Pro Brake Lever

    Mason in VA

    Perfect shape.

    Good design. Perfect shape. Everything you would expect.

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  • Motion Pro Clutch Lever

    Motion Pro Clutch Lever

    Mason in VA

    Shaped right.

    Good design. Shaped right. Everything you would expect.

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  • Galfer Front Steel Braided Brake Line

    Galfer Front Steel Braided Brake Line

    Mason in VA

    High quality. Seemed a bit long?

    Looks to be a good quality steel braided hydraulic line. Seems a little longer than the OEM on my 06 crf450r.

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  • Renthal Fat Bar Pad

    Renthal Fat Bar Pad

    Mason in VA

    Good quality. Get rid of the crossbar too.

    The foam material in these is different from the traditional crossbar pads it is much more durable and provides more cushion. This one doesn't go around the crossbar instead you remove the crossbar and it sits down over your handlebar mounts. This will perhaps give more flex in the bars?

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  • Renthal Twinwall 1 1/8" Handlebar

    Renthal Twinwall 1 1/8" Handlebar

    Glen in AZ

    Renthal Twinwall 1 1/8" Handlebar

    Replaced a bent original and wanted the best. Bought the Windham bend and have been happy with them. I have a lot of stuff on my bars since I dual sport and use a front rear brake also. I had to trim one spacer to make the fit perfect.

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  • Motion Pro Throttle Cable

    Motion Pro Throttle Cable

    Mason in VA

    Seems a bit long

    I've studied the cable routing in the manual and these seem just a tad long. When they are long the extra slack has to go into an S shape. The more turns the cable has the more likely it is to stick. I'm probably just doing something wrong but I found that the number plate applies pressure to the cables and makes them stick more. They stick if turned all the way to the left or right. If they were a bit shorter I think it would be perfect. 2006 CRF450r

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