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    2008 Honda CRF230L Parts

    2008 Honda CRF230L
    Tire Size:
    Front: 2.75-21, Rear: 120/80-18
    Spark Plug:
    DPR8EA-9
    Battery:
    YTZ7S
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x100
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 13T, Rear: 39T
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    Scott (everett, WA)

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    fit the job

    Intended to power cell phone when traveling with out killing cell battery. Works great- has same end as Battery Tender Jr. which was already wired to bike battery, so no need to add wires. Fairly big, and needs some space. When plugged in to power supply, has back lite with blue LED. So don't want to leave plugged in over extended periods could weaken or kill the battery. Overall happy with the power supply.

    YZ Doctor (Silverado, CA)

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    Used for reshape benefit

    If you need a leaver you can reshape for the extra extension of a high output stater, this is the one. Bent it over just enough to get the clearance. Would benefit anyone needing the same requirement.

    Steve (Lewiston, ID)

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    Best Performance

    I've read studies comparing these filters with others and I've used them for 2 years now. The performance increase is hands down noticeably better.

    Jack (Roseburg, OR)

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    Progrip 714 MX grip

    These grips seemed a little long on my bike, but it just prompted me to cut them and get bar ends. They feel good in your hand, and it eliminates a lot of the vibration I had previously. Only had them for a couple of rides, so we will see how long they last, but for the price, I would recommend them.

    Kevin (C.R., IA)

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    95 YZF 600r

    My windscreen is not available so I went with one for a '96 FZR 600. After some minor modifications, I am satisfied with the product.

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