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  • Suck-It-Corona
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    What's your tubeless set up?

  • Kauaiguy
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    This is my bike,plenty of upgrades,95% dirt riding

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  • Surreal
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    Big ups all Modderz and thread Posterz! Big ups AmericanSurron.com, LunaCycle.com, DeityComponents.com, RaceSpecSurron.com, and MotoSport.com !!

    2020.5 Sur-Ron X Black Edition (US)...

    Upgrades:
    Dirty Bike stealth bash guards -
    Dirty Bike mud flap -
    Dirty Bike extended rear fender -
    Race Spec ultimate foot rest brace -
    HD-3 Tombstone smoked windshield -
    Deity Highside 760 stealth bars /// 80mm rise-
    Deity Crown schrader caps in anodized black -
    Deity KnuckleDuster locking grips in anodized black -

    Wishlist:
    street Tires
    Sport brake pads
    Main belt drive chain conversion
    Higher speed sprocket kit
    low pro front fender
    rear luggage rack

    Ahhh these things are good for the soul and bad for the wallet

    pics soon

    ride safe cheers

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  • Surreal
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    Yes!! Where did u get those low fenders

  • Surreal
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    Is it similar bolt pattern or did you make a custom bracket?

    Cheers

  • Surreal
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    What effect does removing the brake cut off sensors have?

    Cool homemade flap what is it made of?
    cheers

  • Braf
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    Originally posted by k3rm1t View Post
    With the weight of the bike and rider, will a complete tubeless conversion work? I'm guessing the bead won't really hold. I have tubliss(tm) systems in my dirt bikes and LOVE them. They aren't cheap and require a additional hole in the rim for the high pressure valve. I need to look to see if the rims on these bikes will work with them. I'll dig into it and if so, try slapping one in the rear first. It's super fun to play with almost zero pressure in your tire.
    I also live with goat-heads that seem magically able to puncture even moto tires so it could save a trail-side tube replacement.
    The stock tires are so soft that they really don't work well with Tubliss. Definitely will work with these rims but use a more substantial tire.

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  • ManOrAstroman
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    Originally posted by Jason View Post
    Lastly, I used a GoPro style camera mounted on the rear suspension linkage that syncs with my cell phone (mounted on my handlebars). Basically, a rearview monitoring system that allows me to see everything going on behind me. * I've been doing this for years on my personal bikes and my clients bike conversions as a courtesy... NYC streets are hard enough to drive in under regular conditions. Not having to turn your head to look back can really save you from some close calls and a lot of unnecessary pain
    That's a great idea.

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  • Derek91
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    Can you tell a huge difference in the fox 40 forks from the stock ones. Mine came with dnm and I’m thinking about changing. Are they worth that kind of money?

  • kevynnam
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    What fenders are you rocking? Those are nice and low profile. Good setup you got there.

  • C5tor
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    Did a few mods to my son's Sur-Ron Light Bee X.
    Added Pro-Taper 4"-rise minibike bars. (Had to disconnect rear e-brake sensor wire, as it was too short to stretch.)
    Swapped stock brake pads for Shimano H03C pads (much better!)
    Found a full set of Honda CRF70/80 black plastics on eBay for $30. Front fender fits with no problems (just drill some new holes) Holes are already tapped for M6 bolts in crown.
    Rear fender was a bit more challenging. Had to trim the fender a bit, and bolted it to the stock plastic fender-mounting plate under the seat.
    Now it is a lot more effective at blocking mud when we ride on the MX track. Before it would throw mud all over your helmet and backside.
    It looks a bit more like a dirt bike than a mountain bike now, but is more practical in wet conditions.


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  • Jason
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    I've had mine for about a month now and there are a few things that I am still looking to get done, but I am looking to try some new things out as well...
    I am probably going to replace or vinyl wrap the rear fender.
    I did vinyl wrap the stock for protectors blue vinyl wrap. It's temporary just to get an idea of what I'm going to do next.
    I've also included a remote light kit for the frame so it glows blue at night. And I turned the tail light towards the inside for a different effect...
    I switched out the handlebars to Race Face Atlas Riser bars and a handlebar extension piece so it doesn't get overcrowded.
    The stock brake pads were squealing and making the worst noises since the first day I got it.... so I switched the pads out with these Koolstop Resin pads. I had to cut away a small part of the edge where the cooling fins are located so it would slide in perfectly and allow me to use the pin that keeps the pads in place... So with some help from my trusty Dremel, it went smooth!
    Lastly, I used a GoPro style camera mounted on the rear suspension linkage that syncs with my cell phone (mounted on my handlebars). Basically, a rearview monitoring system that allows me to see everything going on behind me. * I've been doing this for years on my personal bikes and my clients bike conversions as a courtesy... NYC streets are hard enough to drive in under regular conditions. Not having to turn your head to look back can really save you from some close calls and a lot of unnecessary pain

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  • Markk
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    Manitou Dorado Forks
    USA Gen 1 X controller with regen
    Ohlins TTX22 rear shock
    21" front wheel
    Renazco Custom Seat
    Hope 225mm floating front rotor
    Cane Creek Headset
    SS bash guard
    Tubliss
    FFH 3200 lumen Headlight
    Shinko 244s
    Answer ProTAPER 810 Handlebar 3" Rise 31.8
    CA Moped Plate
    Modified kickstand extended 1" to compensate for the additional lean angle caused by the increase in front rim and tire diameters.
    Last edited by Markk; 07-08-2019, 10:08 PM.

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  • crowm
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    This is Lightning the blue x model with paint tire brake headset and flywheel bearing mods cables pedal short steel cranks on and on The red one is my bee from original us ship last may Roket converted to X with controller paint bearings fox 40 forks bar mirror etc. 40,000 miles and still doing in process of paint and final upgrades

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  • Breeze
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    Added a Husqvarna seat foam from eBay. It added about an inch, needs 2 more, but getting better.

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