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Klx 110 mods?

Discussion in 'General Tech' started by racer728, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. racer728

    racer728 Noob

    Location:
    Alliance, OH
    I just got a used 2006 klx 110. Wanting to get more performance out of it and planning on racing it. What r some good mods for these bikes to get some good racing performance out of them? Also, I was checking out the air box mods, does the mod even make that much of a difference to bother doing or shud I just get a after market filter for it?
     
  2. Mxracer517

    Mxracer517 PR Addict

    Location:
    West Cleveland
    id look into gettin a pipe, good carb & intake, big bore kit 143 maybe with a TB V2 head and you would be making some decent power.
     
  3. LuckyStar64

    LuckyStar64 PR Addict

    This is actually a topic I know a little about... What you do to the bike depends on what class, and what series you want to race it in. Take a look at the rules for the series, and build the bike to suit.

    I would say for the first year-- don't get silly with building the bike, and race the Stock Mod class. You won't get the money back if you decide to sell the bike later. I'd start with a 4th gear shift drum, 2008 + output shaft, pipe, cam, 85/40 jetting, 14-15/37 gearing, tapered steering bearings, Pivot Works swingarm bearings, bars, +1' shifter, tires WITH a rear rim lock, and do something with the suspension. Call Odi at Feal to help you with a CORRECT setup for your weight. That will be the best money spent. Fox Float Shock is great. Also-- pull out the foot peg bolts, and take them to your local hardware store to match them up with some longer ones, or you will rip the stock bolts out of the cases the first time you get any big air on the bike. Install them with blue loctite and check them regularly for tightness.

    Check out Planet Minis, and you'll see a ton of 110 builds in various states of tune. IMO-- you can spend $10K on a pit bike, but you'll never have more fun than mobbing a stocker 110 with your buds just for fun. Hope this helps, and hope to see ya at the track. Also-- check out the Apple Cabin pit bike track. It's the most fun of any pit bike track I've ridden. --Tony C.
     
  4. racer728

    racer728 Noob

    Location:
    Alliance, OH
    Thx I appreciate the info on both it really help. I been racing all my life and pretty much started on a 250 so these little bikes with how they run and the many options with them is pretty new to me. Can't wait to ride it at a track somewhere.
     

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