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  1. Bikes and Bits for sale
    2011 model bought from a very well-known suspension tuner on here (original emails available to show scope of work) and currently valved/sprung for the 275mm travel of the KTM 690R with a 65kg pilot but easy to put back to 300mm. Very nice fork and noticeable smoother and more supple than the...
  2. Bikes and Bits for sale
    Very good condition 275mm travel fork and shock - bought as spares to keep the bike on the road whilst I had my original suspension serviced and in case of emergency as these are very difficult to come by now. Both ready to bolt on and use. Forks - Excellent condition with updated SKF seals, no...
  3. Off-Road / Enduro
    Hi guys, I'm in need of a bit of advice! i own a 2008 250 exc (2 stroke) and the front end feels all over the shop! Whenever im out green laning i really struggle to hold the front end in a straight line and it just doesnt feel planted. It feels very flighty and it feels like it deflects off...
  4. Bikes and Bits for sale
    parting my 2016 TE300 and have these for sale: 1. Aer fork, mx-tech full set of tweaks: TAC 3,Mid valve system,balance chamber optimized volume. 55hrs total time with brand new bushings,seals,dust seals,skf dust scrapers, seal heads, x-rings.The fork has been professionally shortened by...
  5. General Discussion
    can anyone help me out, i recently repaired my fork oil seals but im unsure of how much oil to put back in, its a 2003 exc ktm 2 stroke, cheers
  6. Bikes and Bits wanted
    I am after twin disk front forks and yokes from a KTM Adventure, preferably with wheel and brake calipers. It is for an Africa Twin conversion. I know a few of you have been messed about, but I am genuine (I am a moderator over at the xrv.org.uk forum) and have the cash waiting. The rebuild...
  7. Technical How tos
    Changing Seals on WP Closed Cartridge Forks Bleed the air out of forks with bleed screw like you do after every ride (1). Remove easy bleed valves if fitted as they can get damaged. Replace with standard bleed screws. Loosen the top yoke. (2) Loosen the top cap big outer nut by 1/8th turn. DO...
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