Rocky Mountain Flea Market

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. hughesatron

    hughesatron Been here awhile

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    I have an '08 KLR with a FMF pipe and FMF power bomb header. The bike runs awesome, but it's too loud for me! I bought it used with the existing aftermarket exhaust. I'd like to go to a stock setup. I'd like to either trade my setup for your stock system + cash, or buy your stock exhaust and I'll sell my stuff separately.

    Please PM me if you are interested.
    -Ryan
  2. adventure girl

    adventure girl Donde esta la playa?!?

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    pm sent!!
  3. TheMuffinMan

    TheMuffinMan Forest Ranger Magnet

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    If I had any money to spare, I'd be all over that! Oh well!
  4. Reddoggie

    Reddoggie Adventurer

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    Sent you a PM
  5. Hair

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    Ok just free then

    New maybe uses one OGIO 450 tool belt. I can't use this after my ordeal. So it needs to go.

    I also have a number of used dirt bike tubes. Some front some rear. KTM and Husaberg.

    I have a set of fork bleeders again KTM or Husaberg.

    One new or used once :lol3 Iron man front sprocket for KTM or Husaberg. 12 tooth.

    Also a oil filter for a newer Husaberg might also fit ktm. I'm not sure on that.

    I would rather not ship. Please pickup only.
  6. RidesInTheDirt

    RidesInTheDirt and to get to the dirt

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  7. STARSKEY

    STARSKEY Wandering Soul

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    gratuitous self bump
  8. Narsisco Lopez

    Narsisco Lopez Addlepated

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    Selling My New Klim Latitude Suit
    Everyone knows Klim is awesome stuff... this particular jacket/pants combo just doesn't fit my particular frame the way I'd like (blame my short/swarthy Portuguese heritage, I guess :D ), so I'm hoping to recoup some of my investment to put towards some replacement kit that fits my weird body a bit better.

    Just got it brand-new in March from Motogear Outlet in Arvada and ridden it this spring and summer... still in excellent condition.

    Figured I'd stick it in this thread to see if anyone's interested before going site-wide with it.

    Latitude Jacket ~ Size Small
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    Latitude Pants ~ Size 32 Regular
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    PM me with questions or to arrange a time to come try this stuff on.
  9. tgeliot

    tgeliot Topher

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    swarthy

    adj swarthier, swarthiest
    dark-hued or dark-complexioned

    So you're saying your klim suit is racist? :huh
  10. hughesatron

    hughesatron Been here awhile

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  11. MeterPig

    MeterPig Meh

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    Ryan-my FMF is also dirt bike loud as well. One thing you might do, if you haven't already, is repack it. There are two types of packing-performance and regular. The performance is stringy and the regular is the sheet stuff. FMF recommends the performance and it is a pain to work with-like yarn. I just redid mine a few days ago and it is recommended every 30 hours or so (yeah, lame).

    Also, do you have the quiet tip or the performance tip? It comes out with a small allen wrench. The quiet is surrounded by a metal sheath.

    It should be about 93db - which isn't quiet...but is bearable. One other thing is to pick up a regular stock exhaust from a OEM sportbike and mod that on..not bolt on but manageable.

    I am close to selling my FMF and getting a GSXR pipe but the mid pipe required isn't cheap and it's almost cheaper to use the existing FMF mid pipe and then sacrifice the can.


    Anyway, just some thoughts.

    Chris
  12. Blakebird

    Blakebird r-u-n-n-o-f-t

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    I'd switch from a Powercore 4 to a Q4. I've had FMF Q4's on a few big XR's and they're decently quiet. They advertise the Powerbomb to lower the sound pressure by about 2db, don't know if that's true....but I also ran the Powerbomb essentially for that reason.
  13. hughesatron

    hughesatron Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, it's loud, but if I wear earplugs (like I do on my sportbike) then it's totally fine. I guess I just don't want to wear earplugs when I ride this bike. On the trail, it's fine without earplugs and it's good to hear the engine on the very slow stuff so I know what's going on. I could probably repack it and I've done that before on another bike, so I have the riveting gun and everything, but I think I'd rather just go with a stock system. I may end up just buying the quite module insert if I can't find a stock system, which I hear does a good job at reducing the sound.
  14. HellSickle

    HellSickle Scone Rider

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    Totally fine with ear plugs!?!?!?!? Perhaps for you, but what about everyone else around?

    Even with a stock KLR I wear earplugs on any highway riding due to wind noise.

    I think we have a stock KLR muffler in the attic. It will fit '07. No idea if it fits the older bike, or the aftermarket header. Drop me a PM if interested.

    Of 130 bikes at the AMA dual sport in Walden, only 3 failed the sound test. One of them was a KLR. That wasn't you by chance, was it?

    Next year they are going to lower the boom with sound testing and disallow bikes that exceed the limits. IMO, they should have done that this year.
  15. bobfab

    bobfab Long timer

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    All sold. Thanks.
  16. hughesatron

    hughesatron Been here awhile

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    woah, easy guy. I bought the bike a couple weeks ago. I didn't fail your event test. It's not harley straight pipes loud, just louder than stock and I'd rather ride in the woods with a fairly silent bike than the typical brraap brrap dirtbike. I am interested in your stock pipe though! I'll send a PM.
  17. MeterPig

    MeterPig Meh

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    Anyone have a motorcycle jack they want to sell? I can buy one off of clist, but getting one of an inmate is even better.
  18. HellSickle

    HellSickle Scone Rider

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    Glad to hear you aren't a Fag. :evil
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    Just sent a PM. Need to check with the wifey. :deal
  19. Rogue_Ryder

    Rogue_Ryder 速 Flat Biller 速

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    $900Anyone looking for a sweet XC rig? I took this bike on a trade a month ago, and the 650b is way cool. But I already have a Fully XC bike and want to get a Downhill rig, so I'm trying to sell this. It's a size large KHS 606 650b. Read more about 650b and why it's the cutting edge in MTB here http://sixfiftybikes.wordpress.com/category/uncategorized/bikes/
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  20. bobfab

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