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Discussion in 'Southern California' started by jblaze805, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    Total Chaos full uniball kit, 3.5 over with spindals and heimed steering swayaway torsion bars All pro long travel rear springs 16" race runner resi shocks fox shocks and reservoirs up front full tube cage in rear hyrdro bump stops rear HID headlights Roof rack with HID liights (5) Hanneman 4in front fenders, flat top rear fenders, hood Grant Steering wheel CB and PA 6 17x8 wheels 285/70/17 BFG MT KM2's Magnaflow exhaust SR5 seats
    i have a 33x12.5x15 thats slightly cupped haha, not sure if that helps
     
  2. CayucosTacoma

    CayucosTacoma Just think outside the Yota

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    Thabks bruh, I was down the street eating a thanksgiving meal.. She didn't have a iPhone 5 chargers..

    Couldn't pass up free food lol

    If it was a 35 I'd be all over it
     
  3. ntydog13

    ntydog13 Well-Known Member

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    Lc engineering power pack, total chaos gen 2 caddy kit, 2.5 race runners, deaver f67, total chaos 12in shackles, king 2.5 double bypasses, corbeau baja ss fixed back seats
    Ugh dropped $500 today alone in replacement parts for my truck and another $350 in the next few weeks. I hate blowing that much money on stuff that's not upgrading
     
  4. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    damn gurl whatd you order?
     
  5. ntydog13

    ntydog13 Well-Known Member

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    Lc engineering power pack, total chaos gen 2 caddy kit, 2.5 race runners, deaver f67, total chaos 12in shackles, king 2.5 double bypasses, corbeau baja ss fixed back seats
    New optima and new clutch then a new steering box is next
     
  6. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    ouuuch the clutch shouldn't be too hard to install though so at least that's good. theres a guy on dr that sells optimas for 100 if you ever need another one. mine works great
     
  7. ntydog13

    ntydog13 Well-Known Member

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    Lc engineering power pack, total chaos gen 2 caddy kit, 2.5 race runners, deaver f67, total chaos 12in shackles, king 2.5 double bypasses, corbeau baja ss fixed back seats
    Ya I saw that before didn't feel like driving to la for a battery that could be questionable quality. But ya hopefully will do the clutch this weekend if it gets here/have the time this weekend
     
  8. santabarbarataco

    santabarbarataco Well-Known Member

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    Yea bruh you missed out haha. Well I have you cover for break

    I have one of the 100 dollar Optimas. Good so far
     
  9. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    i have a 35 too but its for 17, i think you have 15s though?
     
  10. snowsk8air2

    snowsk8air2 how hard can it be?

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    trd cat back exhaust, trd beadlock rims, trd supercharger, bilstein 5100 adjustable coil overs, all pro standard leaf pack with bilstein 5100 shocks, jamoshi grille, 7" HID's, light bar, 285/75/16 duratracs, allpro uca's, custom sliders, custom front and rear bumper, 2" wheel spacers, fender flares, wheelers bumps, tc spindle gussets, extended rear brake lines
    Loading up to head out to ocotillo wells for the weekend. Anyone gonna be out that way?
     
  11. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    ill be in big bear haha... if anyone is up there and wants to get in on some snowy trail action let me know
     
  12. EL ROJO

    EL ROJO B==D~~

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    So I know a few of u guys ride dual sports....I'm thinking about getting one for my round trip 20 mile work drive, to dick around on some trails, and later to bring on a trailer with the taco when I get a trailer :) I never really for into riding moto but did ride a Honda 650 enduro up and down the street and jumped off some curbs lol. Basically what are you guys riding? Been looking at some of the newer 250 4strokes but not sure if they will have the get up I'm looking for. On the other hand a 650 or such may be a tad much for newb.... Open for suggestions or comments. I'm basically 6' (5'11 3/4") and 185-190.
     
  13. FBGW01

    FBGW01 Well-Known Member

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    check my build
    get a super moto!! :thumbsup:
    http://www.ktm.com/supermoto.html

    hah bit expensive:eek:
     
  14. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    i have a suzuki dr350 with a 390 bb kit, highrise camshaft, headers and exhaust (plus bars guards rims led etc blah blah). kicks ass around town, not the fastest top speed wise, im topping out at comfortable revs at about 65-70 with 15/39 gearing, but its nice and light and tossable. too small for me though, ill be upgrading pretty soon to something with some more power/taller seat height, just so i wont be pinning it everywhere to mob.
    the fi 250's are cool but too slow imho, for your height/weight i'd look towards something in the 400-650cc range, especially if your commute is on the highway at all. basically honda/yamaha 400, drz400 (although not very fast, good starter bike though), any of the 450's if you don't mind maintenance, then of course the honda 650's or ktm 640's, but theyre on the heavy side for mostly trail use, although better powered for street.
    could use more details... how much of the commute is fwy? how much dirt vs street do you plan (ratio wise)? what's your budget? there's good used 650s on the market right now, but a ktm 525 will be lighter and still powerful, albeit more expensive.
    i'll be selling mine soon because i can make a bit of money on it and want something a little faster, just so i don't have to get on it so hard sometimes. although as they say, its more fun to ride a slow bike fast, than a fast bike slow !
     
  15. rileySB

    rileySB RileySB

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    5100/OME 887 in front, ICON 2.0 NR rears, Dakar leafs,B.A.M.F sliders with kick outs, Relentless aluminum IFS skid and 3/8" steel mid skid, hose clamp tailgate lock, Weathertech digital mats, Bilstein 5100s/887 coils in front, Wheelers 1.5" HD AAL in rear, plasti-dipped emblems, Grillcraft grill, Softopper, BFG A/T 265/75/16s, 16x8 Konig Countersteer Offroads, Bullaculla trailer relocation bracket
    Nice little rain in our local mountains…left some good sized muddy sections on West Camino. Did a quick little run to the pine trees (some random section where I saw my first "tow off" with a bunch of country folk (saying it nicely) in a giant mud section burning their wheels while trying to beat each other. First time taking the truck in mud- pools pretty deep, big splashes over the cab. Now I've finally broken her in and got some mud on her. Felt good. Saw a nice sunset, then headed home to get ready for work. The rain helped wet the dirt surface so it's not so god awful dusty as it has been for awhile. Get out today if you can and enjoy the mud while it lasts! My friend in his 2wd pre runner did all the same stuff I did, except he spun his wheels more but never got stuck

    At the pine trees turnoff
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    Sliders covered in mud….was wondering why my left pant leg was so dirty when I got to work…duh!
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    My wheels are not matte bronze….and MGM sure hides mud pretty well!
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    Get up there if you can!
     
  16. anthony250f

    anthony250f Well-Known Member

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    Nice truck! Love the new front ends.
     
  17. EL ROJO

    EL ROJO B==D~~

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    It will be mostly street in the beginning, but trailed at some point. Kinda been on back burner for a while, so we'll see what I decide when it happens :)
     
  18. 05tundra13

    05tundra13 Well-Known Member

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    king 2.5 coilovers, camburg LT kit, solo spindle, heim steering upgrade, 18" king 2.5 3 tube bypass
    pick up 2 single battery boxes from viking. they are the tits, i love them. cant wait to mount them, moving the front battery to the rear now in the tool box. hopefully by xmas ill have my new 12,000lb winch as well. time to get a hitch made for the front of the truck. also picked up a pair of pro armor harnesses :spy:
     
  19. shawnphoto

    shawnphoto Well-Known Member

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    Total Chaos full uniball kit, 3.5 over with spindals and heimed steering swayaway torsion bars All pro long travel rear springs 16" race runner resi shocks fox shocks and reservoirs up front full tube cage in rear hyrdro bump stops rear HID headlights Roof rack with HID liights (5) Hanneman 4in front fenders, flat top rear fenders, hood Grant Steering wheel CB and PA 6 17x8 wheels 285/70/17 BFG MT KM2's Magnaflow exhaust SR5 seats
    anyone know when the fire restrictions are lifted usually, up on the mountain?
     
  20. CayucosTacoma

    CayucosTacoma Just think outside the Yota

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    Anyone know a place in sb/goleta that can replace the wheel bearing ASAP?
    I have a buyer for my truck just want to swap out the 4x4 bearings for a 2 wheel drive bearings
     
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