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2000 Suzuki Hayabusa Parts

2000 Suzuki Hayabusa
Front Tire:
120/70-17
Rear Tire:
190/50-17
Spark Plug:
CR9E
Battery:
YT12A-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
530x112
Front Sprocket:
17T
Rear Sprocket:
40T
Oil Filter:
KN-138
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Fork Oil Seals
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Bikemaster Fork Oil Seals Keep your ride rolling smooth, and safe by replacing worn out or damaged fork seals. Bikemaster's Fork Oil Seals keeps your forks stanchions lubricated with fork oil so ...
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MSR Racing Fork And Dust Seal Kit Far exceeds service life of O.E. seals in laboratory testing 3-lip seal design reduces friction, increases life (patent pending) High-performance elast...
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Bikemaster Dust Wiper Fork Seals Keep your ride rolling smooth, and safe by replacing worn out or damaged fork seals. Bikemaster's Dust Wiper Fork Seals are the first line of defense from dirt an...

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Ndoorfin (Dallas )

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Forks on my 1976 RD 400 are now like new!

The original springs on my RD400 were causing the front end to dive with braking and after adding these springs it now handles like a new bike. Easy to install and highly recommend!

Sean (San Diego )

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Older KTM

Purchased these seals from MCSS after another online store sent the wrong size, despite correct bike info. Seals arrived fast and well packaged for shipping as usual. Fit was correct and installation no problem. So far holding oil as expected and no leaking in forks of KTM EXC. Quality good.

Laura S. (Marysville )

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Ordered for 2012 Ninja 650 and product didn't fit at all. Not even close.

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Excellent Shocks

I own a 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan with saddle bags and travel trunk and my wife rides with me quite a bit. My factory shocks died completely @ 45,000+ miles. They were adjustable air shocks with adjustments for compression damping also. When I checked with the dealer they told me the shocks would cost $1,000 PLUS installation. That seems like a lot of money for shocks that failed with less than 50K on them. So I bought a pair of 412 Heavy duty shocks for about $263.00 and wow what a difference. My old shocks were 12" and I got 13" instead 'cause the bike is heavy and I carry a lot of stuff and I need the extra preload. The shocks work great and stability with a passenger added was excellent. I highly recommend them for heavy loads like mine.