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  • Warp 9 Titanium Rear Axle

    Warp 9 Titanium Rear Axle

    David in TX

    Can you say Light!

    I told my wife I just had to have a set for the bike. She put them in my stocking. These are incredibly light and fit perfect. I'm Pro Moto now baby!

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  • Warp 9 Oversized MX Foot Pegs

    Warp 9 Oversized MX Foot Pegs

    jim in NJ

    pegs

    very easy to install and seems to be working . i would buy this item again.

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  • Warp 9 Adjustable Torque Spoke Wrench Kit

    Warp 9 Adjustable Torque Spoke Wrench Kit

    JUSTIN in IL

    Great quality tool

    I am super pleased with this tool. Has everything you need to disassemble and reassemble dirtbike wheels. The handle is very comfortable. My expectations were exceeded by the quality of this kit.

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  • Warp 9 Speedometer Magnet

    Warp 9 Speedometer Magnet

    Robert in KY

    Rocky Mountain is spot on always

    The crew at Rocky Mountain got it right, fit perfectly, easy install on my 19’ 6day ktm. Recommend them on delivering good parts and fast turn around on delivers.

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  • Warp 9 Spoke Wrench

    Warp 9 Spoke Wrench

    Richard in OR

    Great Tool!

    Does exactly what it says. The bit fits perfectly on the KTM spokes.

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  • Warp 9 Titanium Sprocket Bolt Set

    Warp 9 Titanium Sprocket Bolt Set

    James in CA

    Avoid these unless you want major damage

    These lasted about 6 months on my YZ250. Yes, my 2 stroke (which has far less torque than a 4 stroke 450) managed to snap 4 of 6 bolts in half. Luckily someone noticed the missing bolts between motos at my last race and I was able to replace all 6 with some spare steel bolts. The last 2 remaining Ti bolts snapped immediately upon me attempting to torque them up, so yes I had to replace all 6. I know what you might be thinking. "He didn't torque them properly" or "He didn't check them". I torqued these bolts in a star pattern properly upon installation and checked the torque after the first 6+ rides, then periodically from that point on (they were never loose). A few folks at the race that noticed my issue chimed in with their experiences (or friends experiences) of Ti sprocket bolts snapping on them as well... So, for the safey of myself and my dirtbike, I'm sticking with steel.

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