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Old 06-03-2014, 09:32 AM   #27976
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Man Vic I kind of fill some of the pain. I bought a complete light kit from Doctor Endro back on Apr 18th and still have not seen my lights. They would not e-mail me back or call me back. I had to threaten to can the credit card people to protest payment and write bad reviews (which I probably will still do) to get them to call me back. They blamed it on the back ordered parts and every thing else. Still no reason not to call or email me. They also said they now have everything. I told them the have until the end of the week before I call the cc people. So I guess we will see.
For everyone else I would not order form doctor endro!!!!
Just order direct from sicass...
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Old 06-03-2014, 09:51 AM   #27977
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Just order direct from sicass...
Yea after I had ordered OG told me about Sicass!! We well see what happens if I would have ordered from Sicass sure I would have had my lights weeks ago. FML!!
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Old 06-03-2014, 10:02 AM   #27978
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Sicass is pretty good. The people there are good and if you have a problem they will take care of it. Pricey but worth it. I have bought dualsport wiring harness kits for all my bikes from them.
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Old 06-03-2014, 12:41 PM   #27979
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Sicass +1, Pricey but worth it.
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Old 06-03-2014, 01:17 PM   #27980
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DR350 for sale

Just a heads up for the local folks. I'm thinning the fleet a little and will have one of my DR350's up for sale in the next few days.

Still debating which one to keep, but I'm leaning toward selling the '94 electric start model (this is the one I rode at Perry Mountain in April) and keeping the '93 kicker.

Price on either one will be $1500 and it's not a fire sale, so I'm not in a rush. It looks like a busy week at work, but I'll put an ad together for the flea market in a few days and get some pix up.....
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Old 06-03-2014, 04:16 PM   #27981
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Old 06-03-2014, 05:20 PM   #27982
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Hey Skid. R&R said when I had the springs installed I also should have had them revale/shim it for my weight as well. They said more than likely that's my problem they also said that they have had a lot of Newer KTMs come in. The price is $350 for Forks and Shock. Thinking I might do it What do u think?
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Old 06-03-2014, 06:59 PM   #27983
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Hey Skid. R&R said when I had the springs installed I also should have had them revalve/shim it for my weight as well. They said more than likely that's my problem they also said that they have had a lot of Newer KTMs come in. The price is $350 for Forks and Shock. Thinking I might do it What do u think?
That is a good price for both. I don't particularly like working on shocks. Plus, you had mentioned that you weren't happy with the cornering, so that could very likely be shock set up--which can make the front end push or tuck depending on the problem. Go for it. --Definitely consider changing the fork seals if they are stock while it is in there... Bob at R&R is good people and will make sure it is right.
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:19 PM   #27984
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That is a good price for both. I don't particularly like working on shocks. Plus, you had mentioned that you weren't happy with the cornering, so that could very likely be shock set up--which can make the front end push or tuck depending on the problem. Go for it. --Definitely consider changing the fork seals if they are stock while it is in there... Bob at R&R is good people and will make sure it is right.
Sweet thanks. Now maybe I can go fast like u in the turns and switch backs.
I also have been looking at some anti vibe stuff ie fasst bars and I saw OG's BRP set up, looks pretty good with the steering damper. I have read and talked to some many people who rave about the Fasst bars but the are not cheap. R&R said they could get the BRP set up with a Scotts for a really good price.
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:22 PM   #27985
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Also if anyone orders from BTOsports.com. thankyou will also get you 10% off not sure how long it will last I have used it a few times this year and i just used it about an hour ago.
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:11 PM   #27986
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Sweet thanks. Now maybe I can go fast like u in the turns and switch backs. I also have been looking at some anti vibe stuff ie fasst bars and I saw OG's BRP set up, looks pretty good with the steering damper. I have read and talked to some many people who rave about the Fasst bars but the are not cheap. R&R said they could get the BRP set up with a Scotts for a really good price.
No one is as fast as me in the turns and switch backs! Until I crash. Usually preceded by a filmworthy skiiiiiiid.

Fast bars are pretty cool--will reduce fatigue and I have seen them on some pretty stellar riders bikes. Why don't I have them???

I opted for the flex grip on the clutch side--recommended by Bob at R&R, but, like the steering dampener, the flexxbar is the topline solution to hitting gnarly stuff and not absorbing the punishment. But, I like being punished. Just ask OG. (Bring a ball gag and at least a 6' real leather whip...)
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Old 06-03-2014, 11:38 PM   #27987
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Old 06-03-2014, 11:41 PM   #27988
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Just order direct from sicass...
Yea I need to order a horn from them so I can honk at people when I come up from behind to pass them on the trails.. Reving the engine and yelling are getting old.
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Old 06-04-2014, 03:51 AM   #27989
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the flexxbar is the topline solution to hitting gnarly stuff and not absorbing the punishment. But, I like being punished. Just ask OG. (Bring a ball gag and at least a 6' real leather whip...)

Skid, you're one o dem dare really sick bastids!!

Prolly why I luv ya anyways.

And you are definitely a anyway kind of guy.
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Old 06-04-2014, 04:24 AM   #27990
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Yea I need to order a horn from them so I can honk at people when I come up from behind to pass them on the trails.. Reving the engine and yelling are getting old.
All right, here's the drill, pay close attention so you can get it right. I'm only gonna do this once.

Rev engine twice, beep horn three shorts...then two longs...bounce engine off the rev limiter followed by yelling "GET THE FUK OUTTA THE WAY" twice.

Repeat above series three times, then tag their real wheel once. They will eventually ride way over their abilities which will cause them to crash.

Once they crash, drive your bike up onto their bike and stop, look down at them and yell "I told you to get the fuk outta the way like 17 times, what, are you fuking deaf or just retarded"!?!??

Once you have this mastered...drive down off the bike and person laying under it...go on to win the dual sport class, or you can just go on to be the first one back to staging area, have a beer, grab your trophy, go home.
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