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Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Dayton, Ohio
I have riden with 19" fronts and 20" fronts. On a nice smooth track, dry track the 19" fronts are alright. But for most track's I have ridden the 20" fronts work so much better, you don't feel the smaller bumps as much, and they turn alot better in mud.
And like everyone else said the MXR6's are great for a sofl loamy track. But the track around here ( Ohio, Indiana) are generally very hard packed and get blue groved very easily which will where the MXR6's out in one practice session.
2006 Yellow LTR450: Rekluse z-start pro clutch, HMF full system, Fuel ATV intake, DynoJet PCIII, Yosh cherry bomb, BCS shift pin relocator, Yosh spark plug holder, Yosh t-body nut, Outlaw 1.6 radiator cap, JD performance adj. upper a-arms, Fox DSC evols, Junkie fibered shock guards, Re-valved factory rear shock, GT Thunder MX linkage, CCP stablizer, Houser Racing +1 stem, Houser Racing dash panel, Pro Taper contour bars, Streamline dual brake lines, Yosh plug & go starter, Pro Armor Killswitch, Pro Armor Kill switch install kit, PowerMadd hand guards, Oury grips, GenX carbon fiber hood, BRM Offroad number backgrounds, Rath nerfs, Bling Star iron cross bumper, Bling Star grab bar, Um chassis skid plate, Fuel ATV e-brake block off, ITP T-9 pro-lock rear wheels, ITP T-9 baja front rims, Maxxis razr mx rear tires, Maxxis razr cross front tires.
07 LTR450: In pieces at the moment.