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I'm getting the urge to build another supermoto. Wandered into the KTM dealer this afternoon. Checked out a new 500EXC. $11k for a dirt bike!
Wife dragged me out by my ear. Big mistake taking her. But she's OK with spending $8k on a new Polaris 570 quad for our son????? It was her idea to go to the bike shop in the first place.
prices have gone insane but so has the technology when we bought our boat i checked out the 2013 rmz450's at the dealer and they were $9k i about killed over then every time i think about buying an rzr and i look at prices around $16k i just think of it as id rather put that towards my next boat
I have the SMS630, the street version uncorked with a JD tuner. A bit tame but still fun. What did you think of the distanzia tires? I am pondering new tires but unsure what to get. Pretty much street but would be nice to have enough dirt traction to survive the occasional dirt path and grass. Cam.
View attachment 15488 I have the SMS630, the street version uncorked with a JD tuner. A bit tame but still fun. What did you think of the distanzia tires? I am pondering new tires but unsure what to get. Pretty much street but would be nice to have enough dirt traction to survive the occasional dirt path and grass. Cam.
The Distanzia's rock. They offer plenty of pavement traction and decent offroad traction, while still providing a long lasting tread design. Just for shits and giggles, I loaded her up along with my YZ450 and took her to the MX track. Its no MX knobby, so you can't blast out of a corner, but with smooth throttle and momentum, the Distanzia's did surprisingly well - well enough to get all the timing sections down and clear the big doubles.
I ran Contis before that - they were for on road only. And tread wear sucked - I killed the back tire within 500 miles.