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Hello everyone. I plan on racing MX and maybe some TT this season and need to know what else should I do to my quad to be ready. Below is a list of mods so far:

Pipe - Thunder-Alley, Jetting - 45, 170, 2 turns, Bars - Tag T2 (twist throttle and Tag grips), Cam Mod, Air Box - Alba
Pro Flow w/ K + N, no lid, Bumper - AC, Nerf Bars - AC Pro peg w/ heel guards, GYT-R lightning graphics

Need to do: Axle - LSR or RPM, Wheels - ITP, Douglas, or Burgard Beadlocks for the rear, not sure for the front (what do you think?), A-arms - +2 Burgard premium? (open for suggestions), Suspension - Send to Derisi for revalve
What about skids? Is stock OK?
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everything is good but
1. get rpm axle great quility
2. douglas utimate beadlocks
3 and yes ur stock skids will be ok
idk about the burguard a-arms heard great stuff about them though
kevin
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Kill switch, plugs for your bar ends, race # plates and a Big set of balls.

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LSR axle and RPM are great products....... take ur pick
any beadlock will be fine and get Douglas .190s w/ a rolled edge up front
+2 burgard premiums would be a great choice
and get an engine skid and u dnt even need one for the swingarm really
 

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sounds pretty good might want to look into getting gussets put on your frame. been some people saying they are cracking their frames under hard stress.

andy
 

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I had a set of burgards on a 250R and the second time riding w/ them I got tangled up in a holeshot and they bent a little. Maybe they just got hit in the right spot to bend them. But you can get +2 LT a-arms from JB Racing. Jody makes really good parts and I think retail on them are only $695.
Thats what I am gonna be running on my 450
 

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You will be fine with an LSR axle. I had a bad experience on my Raptor and I can not believe to this day my LSR axle did not bend. They are really good quality! When I get another axle it will definelty be LSR. The last one I had would not bend, even after I landed on it from a pretty big jump after my tire came off in the air.
 

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Thanks for all the replies so far.
 

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What size rims and tires for mx racing? And what about the offset? Could someone explain this?
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Originally posted by slinger@Jan 4 2004, 09:40 PM
What size rims and tires for mx racing? And what about the offset? Could someone explain this?
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your gonna wanna have 18" rear tires on 8" or 9" rimthe back offset is all about the same, which ever you pick/ and i went with a 10"rim with a offset of 2"on the outside and 3" on the inside for the front with 20" tires

you want the small tires for a couple reasons: it helps lower the quad, lees body roll, and lower gears
 
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LSR OR RPM AXLE

BURGARD OR LONESTAR A-ARMS




MAYBEE A SET OF AXIS SUSPENSION UP TO U
 
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