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  1. Totally random govt., political, religious crap

  2. 2015 ktm 500 xc-w > $7,800

    Quote Originally Posted by TheKTMer View Post
    2015 KTM 500 XC-W

    • Excellent Condition
    • Price: $7,800
    • Street legal
    • Location: Marysville, Ohio
    • Original owner
    • Only trail ridden by an old man(never raced)
    • Meticulously maintained
    • Hours: 65.3
    • Miles: 1,069
    • Upgrades
      • Rekluse Exp Core 3.0
      • FMF Titanium F4.1 Muffler
      • Trail Tech KTM Fan Kit
      • JD Jetting Power Surge 6X Fuel Injection Tuner
      • KTM Skid Plate
      • KTM Handguards

    • Stock parts included: tool kit,
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  3. rear brakes set up?

    Quote Originally Posted by GSS View Post
    Hello all. Simple process but Aparently did it wrong. Cost my son 9 minutes yesterday. Back brake locked up tight.

    I have had this happen twice over 3 years or so of racing. Diff bikes.

    I'm not 100 percent sure what the cause was because during the panic of my son coming off the track (2 HR woods race) less than 2 minutes into the racr. The rotor and caliper were smoking hot. All the dad's kicked in and had tools turning stuff to free up the brakes.
  4. New guy with a 2003 525 exc asks questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Thor_Valkyrie View Post
    Hello all, this is my first post here. I used to ride years ago with my sons and now, just for kicks, I purchased an old 2003 525 exc because my oldest purchased a 450 exc and I wanted to relive yesteryear. We took our first ride in the mountains from 3000ft to 8000ft and besides me driving way too slow and thus having to fight that beast instead of letting it take me over the rocks and sand at speed, I made it without going down. However I did have to rest at altitude once cause I'm fat and out
  5. I think I damaged power valve linkage Ktm 200

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeg135 View Post
    While reassembling the top end of a 2011 ktm 200 xcw, I didnít realize the power valve linkages were mis aligned. I did run the bike on a stand for a minute or so and noticed the power valve wasnít opening. After a quick inspection, I saw The two linkages were side to side in relation to each other. I did move the adjustment arm knob several turns in both directions trying to see if it would dislodge.

    I ended up removing the cylinder and the lower linkage popped loose and is now
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