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Hello, new to the forums but just wanted to give a quick review of the Kenda bear claws. I got them in size 24/9/11. They rub only when you lean back on the fenders. I was going places last Saturday that I would have never tried before. I was in mud up to the skid plate and it just kept going! Never did it get stuck or anywhere close to getting stuck. Even rescued a Raptor 700 and then beat him on the race home! :xx: Here are some pics.

Next up are new front Kenda Kutters to balance the look of the bike.





 

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Pipe is a Titanium and carbonfiber Akrapovic exhaust. Its off of my brothers R1. He changed to a full system and gave the slipons for me to use on other projects. I put one on my KTM supermoto and the other I adapted to use on my TRX. I had to fab a adapter pipe to fit the stock header. Spent a long time with a pipe bender to get the angle that I wanted. I did'nt want the normal straight out the rear look, so I bent it up and out to flow with the extreme angle of the fender. Pics dont do it justice. It sounds great and I just got a fuel tuner, so it runs great as well. I get alot of complliments out in the offorad area. Because of the angle it stays out of the way and free of any damage. Also looks tits.
 

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...and I'll switch to Kenda Kutters in the summer on the rear but for the sloppy stuff and in winter these are amazing! I mostly ride trails so I only see mud in the fall/winter. I'd prefer a lower profile tire for mountain trails, but I think these would still do great. Can't say enough good things about them.
 

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To be honest I dont like any of the atv exhausts. They all kinda look the same, big and low tech. I an happy with my Akrapovic, I put alot of work into it and its unique. The pipe has a cosmetic blemish from his track lowside, so it wouldnt bring much anyway. In the spring I'm going to get the FMF header and adapt this exhaust to work on that. For now the UNI filter, pipe and programmer opened the bike up nicely. I am installing the 13 tooth next to bring my gearing back down from the GIANT rear tires.
 

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Any tires are better on the hard pack then the stock tires. Mine were bald when I bought the bike, so anything was a step up. I ran this thing at top speed and didnt notice them walking all over or anything. I'll have more to report come spring and everything dries up.
 

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L8ton swaybar is up next, I want this beast to turn! Might go with the 9/16. I like the ride to remain as comfortable as possible. I sold my KTM 450 dirtbike because I was tired to getting beat up.
 
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