Rally Moto Kit

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  1. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    Rally Moto Kit LLC.
    A bolt on (no welding) rally kit made in the USA.
    Inspired from the team effort to get Ned Suesse #81 to the 2012 Dakar.
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    - Simple
    - Adjustable
    - Serviceable
    - Flat support plates- easy to fix, easy for spares, easy to pack & ship
    - No drilling/ welding frame
    - Light weight
    - Very bright and durable Rigid LED lights. D2 & a Dually.
    - Available separately, the Acerbis 6.3 gallon tank from our supplier MX1WEST. The fairing is designed to work with this tank only.


    1. The Racer Kit - Similar basic components that finished in the 2012 Dakar. GO NED!!
    2. The Adventure Kit - The ultimate bolt on, lightweight, long distance kit.

    UPDATE 02-26-13
    Hello friends of RMK. We are taking a hiatus from selling kits while we develop our new design. Selling kits while at the same time trying to test and design improvements is not working. We will continue to post progress and all Rally related items with sharing here.
    Cheers and wish us luck in the upcoming months!


    When we get back up rolling you will be able to purchase the kits from www.RallyManagementServices.com our exclusive reseller.


    1. The Racer Kit - Similar basic components that finished in the 2012 Dakar. GO NED!!
    We made improvements to the design Ned raced with.
    You will receive - Fiberglass Fairing w/ white gel coat finish,
    6000 Series aluminum support frames,
    Stainless steel mounting hardware,
    Rigid LED - Dually,
    Rigid LED - D2,
    Fairing support bracket,
    Roadbook support bracket,
    Clear poly light cover,
    Fairing-to-tank attachment straps,
    Instructions,
    $1,490 +ship

    2. The Adventure Kit - The ultimate bolt on, lightweight, long distance kit.
    You will receive - Fiberglass Fairing w/ white gel coat finish,
    6000 Series aluminum support frames,
    Stainless steel mounting hardware,
    Rigid LED - Dually,
    Universal support plate for GPS/Ram mount,
    Clear poly light cover,
    Fairing-to-tank attachment straps
    Instructions
    Final Price TBD ~$1,190 +ship



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  2. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    The kit on Neduro's race bike.

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    * Retail kit will have sticker, not water jet cut logos. This was special for the race bike.
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    Wiring, roadbook & motorcycle not included :D
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    more of the lower supports
    * Retail kit will have sticker, not water jet cut logos. This was special for the race bike.
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  3. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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  4. WARRIORPRINCEJJ

    WARRIORPRINCEJJ Not in the clique...

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    Wow!...what a great kit! :eek1 :clap


    This kinda' kit is long overdue in the States.

    I wish you a lotta' luck with the sales (Although I don't think you're gonna' need it...these things should fly off your shelves. :nod)


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  5. ktm950se

    ktm950se Banned

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    SHARP! :thumb

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  6. Region Riley

    Region Riley rally kit widow

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    It looks great!

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  7. Iron Horse

    Iron Horse I Make Shit Up

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    Now I'm going to have to buy the bike that will fit it. :bluduh
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  8. GnarlyKarle

    GnarlyKarle aka: ici_moto

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    Looks great Chris and Scott. :freaky
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  9. neduro

    neduro Addict Super Moderator

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    Cool!

    A few things Chris didn't mention but I will.

    1) This didn't just happen in a few weeks or a few months. Chris has been working on these things (for his own use) for several years, and this is about major revision 5. Between us, we have thousands of miles on them, which initially led to improvements, but lately has been confirming durability.

    2) All of the other options I'm aware of, require welding to the frame. Once set up, a competent mechanic can install and remove this thing in about an hour. So, you can race an enduro on Sunday and go for a big DS ride during the week.

    3) It's amazing to me what a difference taller gearing and wind protection make in how I perceive the bike. 70mph on the stock machine is kinda tiring- windy, noisy, vibey. 70mph with a fairing and 14/46 (or so) gearing, feels like all day comfort. You can really have two bikes in one.

    4) You can get a GS or LC8 just about anywhere, but neither of them compare to the feeling of riding a really light bike. A 450 or 530 set up with this kit rewards aggression off-road, can annihilate singletrack and gnarly jeep road just as well as smooth cruiser miles. As good as a 950 is, when the going gets rough, it shows it's weight. That's where a bike set up with this kit shines.
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  10. Hayduke

    Hayduke ///SAFETY THIRD/// Super Moderator

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    This is such a nice kit; looks even better in person.

    More pics? Of it in action?
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  11. emerson.biguns

    emerson.biguns All idiot, no savant

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    :happay



    I think I already got one. w00t!





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  12. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    Soon, we are heading out for a ride now.:evil
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  13. terry.mc

    terry.mc Stop ruining my vacation

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    Awesome! I'm so glad to see this in production!
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  14. NMTrailboss

    NMTrailboss Team Dead End

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    Very nice looking set up Chris!! Can't wait to see more photos of it in action! :clap
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  15. homerj

    homerj 742 Evergreen Terrace

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    Very cool guys. Congrats on getting this out for general use.
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  16. Deadly99

    Deadly99 Fast and Far

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    Pics of the adventure dash ?

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  17. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    Ill get that and more photos very soon.
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  18. Country Doc

    Country Doc Wanderer

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    Couple of questions:

    1) I tend to crash the 450 a lot. :D How durable have you found this setup?

    2) If pieces break, most notably the fibreglass fairing, or one of the metal plates, or something, will you be selling replacement pieces separately?

    3) Does it feel like there is a lot of pendulum-weight over the front end, with the GPS/roadbook/lights far out in front of the triple clamp?

    4) Once you get used to it, how quick is it to R&R the setup for tight trail riding? I wouldn't want to destroy it in the singletrack.

    dc

    edit: sorry, just saw Ned's answer to #4. About an hour, looks like.
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  19. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    This setup is testing really, really tough. Ned and I have beat the s*&t out of these for ~3K miles combined. Proving to be tougher than we expected. And I wreck my 530 a lot!!:D

    #2
    Yes will will be offering the components for sale separately as crash replacement parts. Supports will have a warranty, I will have those terms worked out by the time we are taking full orders.

    #3
    This setup rides like a dirt bike unless the tank is full.
    I have thrown it around on single track many times. Only additional weight I feel is of the gas.
    You can also take Ned's word for it;
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  20. Tall Mike

    Tall Mike TAT Rookie (planning!)

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    I like it!:clap Thats why I bought my 640ADV...
    Hmmmm... Interested in the final product..(another bike:huh..hmmm:evil)... Is good to see the dash standing up! :D

    Go Ned!!! :clap:clap:clap
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