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|02-06-2010 09:06 PM|
|500Rubie||Look under the pictures section here at My XX Project (PORTUGAL). He has full net nerfs and I think they look great. The only problem is they are from a Portugal company www.xrwracing.com I sent them a messeage on their website to see if their is an american outlet or if they ship to us.|
|02-06-2010 08:58 PM|
|02-06-2010 08:51 PM|
|kelodwro||The Line X or the sticker?|
|02-06-2010 08:48 PM|
|02-06-2010 08:47 PM|
Is the Honda Racing lettering in it a sticker or a badge?
If I got em, I would want to remove that and Line X em.
|05-22-2009 09:47 PM|
|posterboy12||Send them to me and I can get them Powder coated black if you need them. I can check on the price. We have a powder coating line at work and we run black just about every day.|
|05-22-2009 06:16 PM|
Don't think so. However, the silver nerfs and silver yosh pipe made my silver wheels look 1000x better lol
Honda Racing Nerfs FTW!
|05-21-2009 12:59 PM|
My stepson and I installed a set of Tusk red aluminum nerf's on his 250ex a year ago and it went very smoothly, no banging or bending. They look great and have held up better than I expected.
Does anybody know if the Honda nerf's come in black?
|05-19-2009 01:15 AM|
|bkelley||I've heard the Tusk are horrible to install as well as the Pro Armor ones. You're not the first to say the Honda Racing ones were a breeze to put on, I just wish they had some with built in heel guards. The AC Racing ones I put on my 400EX went on pretty easy, just the webbing was a bitch to do. That's what I plan on putting on the XX when I get it.|
|05-18-2009 09:37 PM|
|THREESVTS||IMO the Tusk brand isn't worth the price with all the trouble you get from them. I've heard some pretty nasty install stories from them.|
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