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I have a shaved seat with new seat cover, 49 tooth renthal sprocket, koubalink lowering links up to 2", and d & d racing fork brace(increases handling in corners). This will make your kx65 a lot easier to handle for your son or daughter new to the kx65. You pay the shipping all for $100. I payed over $280 for all. Everything in new shape.
 

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You can send money through paypal. [email protected] I can get a quote on shipping and ship it out by earliest monday. It really is a good setup for a 65 beginner.

The lowering links and the shaved seat helps them touch the ground and handle turns much easier.

The aluminum fork brace keeps the forks from twisting and helps the rider run straighter in the corners and in ruts or soft terrian.(Best $90 dollars I ever spent!)

The higher sprocket gives it more bottom end for an easier power band.

My son struggled when he first got on the 65 and then I made these adjustments and his confidence went through the roof. I pulled it all back off in a couple months except for the fork brace.
 

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I have a brand new procircuit works pipe and shorty silencer I will part with for $200. Paid $320 brand new a month ago.
 

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Pipe and silencer for sale

Could you figure out the shipping on the pipe to 85220 I dont have a paypal account buy the wife does. My son rides a 2001 kx 65 will this pipe work on that bike?
 

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Hey Easy89, Can't wait for the parts to show. Quick Question. Did you lower the triple clamp on the front forks? And if you did, How much Fork did you have sticking out of the top of the triple clamp when you lowered the bike? I know you don't want the Tire to hit the fender, but 1-2 inches or 3-4 inches? My boy is 49-50 Inches. Thanks in advance.
 
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