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JOHN in TX
I've never seen a piston w a cavity on the intake side prior below the piston pin. This lessens the weight & improves the compression while allowing greater lube. Much detail to performance & highly recommend this over stock piston (or ProX) hands down.Read All Reviews
Joshua in CA
Rebuilt the stock slave cylinder on my 2007 KTM 450 EXC with 90 hours on the engine. Read through the instructions and even watched the rocky mountain youtube video for further instruction. However the quality of the parts did not seem the highest of qualities. Immediately after installation and reverse hydraulic clutch bleeding the clutch worked well. But after a 20 mile trail ride the clutch completely blew through its range of motion and ended my day right there. Will be trying another aftermarket option all together buyer beware.Read All Reviews
Jonathan in NM
Just buy the oem seal... Oring, shaft, seal. The tusk doesn’t seal for ktm. They give you extra parts and recommend using the larger o ring that gets crushed and thus doesn’t seal. The other seal they provide is smaller than stock and thus doesn’t seal either. Buy the oem seal that’s the right size and not two that are both the wrong size.Read All Reviews